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How Finding Your Tribe Can Keep You Young

This article was originally published in our Oct/Nov issue under the title "An Antidote to Loneliness: How Finding Your Tribe Can Keep You Young." Think back to a time when

Float. Freeze. Listen. Walk. Alternatives to Traditional Meditation

Mindfulness is a word heard frequently in the world of health and fitness, and meditation is often touted as a way to achieve a mindful state. More than just a

Red Onion and Fig Chutney

Serve this sweet and sour Paleo chutney as a side, garnish, or topping at Christmas dinner! Makes 2 cups Ingredients 1 TBSP coconut oil 2 medium red onions, thinly sliced

Is Your Low-Carb Diet Wreaking Havoc on Your Gut Microbiome?

Low-carbohydrate diets continue to be a contentious subject, but they can be useful in certain applications. A well-designed low-carbohydrate diet can provide all the raw materials the body needs to

Why We Shouldn’t Rely Only on Animal Studies

In a recently released article, scientists studied “strongly heated carbohydrate-rich food” (i.e., French fries) and cancer risk. Frying potatoes produces a compound called acrylamide. Acrylamide has been theorized as a

Lemon-Rosemary Marinated Olives

A jar of these homemade lemon-rosemary olives is a perfect stocking stuffer this holiday season. Or give a jar to your dinner host any time of year. Ingredients 1 cup

How Paleo Could Transform Medicine

Let's assume that, after being Paleo for a while, you now “get” what the whole ancestral-health journey is all about. But this leaves you with a nagging question: Why don’t

My Breast Implants Were Killing Me: What is Breast Implant Illness?

What Is Breast Implant Illness Anyway? Many women with breast implants are finding themselves spiraling into a state of chronic illness, and many in the medical community refuse to acknowledge

Photobiomodulation: How Light Therapy Brings the Benefits of Natural Sunshine Indoors

The average American spends over 90 percent of their time indoors. If you’re not getting outside in the sun regularly, your body may be craving natural light. And if you’re

Is a High-Carbohydrate Diet the Best Way to Decrease Risk of Cardiovascular Disease?

The Tsimane are an ancestral population who live in the rainforest of Bolivia. They source food from a combination of horticulture and foraging. They have a known high burden of