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5 Ways To Let Go Of What No Longer Serves You

From the December/January 2016 issue By Maddy Moon We’ve all been there. At some point or another, we’ve all spent too much time with people who bring us down, or

Ancient Wisdom for the Modern Lifestyle – Chinese Medicine Food Therapy: A Food Guide for Staying Healthy This Winter

From the December/January 2014 issue By Amy Moll, LAc Although we enjoy the modern luxuries of air conditioning in the summer and indoor heating in the winter, our bodies are

Moderate Your Holiday Moderation

From the December/January 2014 issue By Steve Gangemi, DC “Sock Doc” With the holidays now upon us, Halloween through Easter can be a popular time to play the moderation card

Holiday Traditions That Embrace The Ancestral

From the December/January 2019 issue By Mark Sisson We tell each other that the holidays are sacred, time-honored events that bring families closer together. But these days, with their rampant

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

From the November/December 2011 issue By Melissa Hartwig As we approach the holiday season, we find ourselves preparing for all kinds of festivities – 97.2% of which include buffet tables

Thermos School Lunches

From the September/October 2011 issue Sending the kids to school with a supply of Paleo-friendly foods can sometimes be a challenge. As a parent, you want to ensure your child

What the USDA Recommends versus The Paleo Diet

From the September/October 2011 issue By Diane Sanfilippo Parents looking to make the move to a Paleo Diet (PD) for their families often question the nutritional value of “this way

VacciNation Divided

From the September/October 2011 issue By David Csonka Note from the editor: The public debate over the safety and necessity of vaccination has become one of the hottest topics in

The Paleo Lunch Box

From the September/October 2011 issue By Sarah Fragoso Congratulations, your kids are on board the paleo train at home and yet, there always seems to be that one big dilemma.

Honey – Nature’s Perfect Sweetener?

From the September/October 2011 issue By Cain Credicott While honey is arguably the one sweetener that causes the least amount of “friction” in the Paleo community, there is still a

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