Taking your training into increasingly varied environmental settings to demand higher levels of movement accuracy is excellent at building confidence.
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
From the September/October 2011 issue By Liz Wolfe Babies. Pretty much as perfect as a human being can get. Babies need nothing more than what they bring with them into
From the September/October 2011 issue By Dr. Jason Kremer, DC, CCSP, CSCS My wife and I were recently standing in line at the grocery store preparing to purchase our bounty
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
From the September/October 2011 issue By Amy Kubal MS, RD, LN, Paleo Dietitian Question Should kids take fish oil, and if so, which brand/type is best for kids who don’t
From the September/October 2011 issue By Peggy Emch Trick-or-treating is more of a right for kids, and not an option as many of us health conscious parents wish it were.
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.
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
From the September/October 2011 issue, In Season Brussels Sprout Developed from the wild cabbage, this member of the cabbage family looks like mini cabbages, and is only about the size
From the September/October 2011 issue, Business Spotlight Finding great tasting grain-free baked goods has finally gotten easier. With products like Classic Carrot Cake, Celebration Cakes, Cinnamon Bun Muffins, Cinnamon Walnut
From the September/October 2011 issue, Research Roundup Low Carbohydrate, High Protein Diet May Slow Tumor Growth This recent study compared the growth rate of both murine and human carcinomas in
From the September/October 2011 issue, From the Editor By Cain Credicott Fall. This is, without a doubt, my favorite time of the year. After a hot summer, the air is
From the July/August 2011 issue, Average Joe By Tyler Miles Vibram Five Fingers are the single greatest pair of shoes I’ve ever owned. I’ve had my two pair for about
This full body workout is designed to be simple, done without the need of equipment, and help you reconnect to your true nature.
From the July/August 2011 issue By Diane Sanfilippo If your summer BBQs are anything like the ones I grew up attending, the spread of food options largely includes the following: