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Paleo Magazine

Paleo Magazine December 2018/January 2019

Paleo Magazine is dedicated to giving people the tools and information they need to make the best personal choices for living the Paleo lifestyle. Each issue is packed with information on diet, exercise, daily living, recipes, reviews, the latest research, raising Paleo kids and much more!

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Rebecca Andrews, MA, AHG, is passionate about herbalism as “the people’s healthcare” and is an ecotherapist focused on connecting with nature for thriving health. She keeps Crohn’s in remission with Paleo AIP and herbs. For more info, education, free newsletter, and blog, visit RebeccaGraceAndrews.com. Cassie Bjork, RD, is a globally recognized industry leader in weight loss, a sought-after speaker, and the number-one international bestselling author of Why Am I Still Fat? The Hidden Keys to Unlocking That Stubborn Weight Loss. For more than a decade, she has helped tens of thousands of people achieve the bodies they want—not by starving or skimping, but by eating foods that fuel effective and sustainable weight loss. Hilary Bromberg founded Barefoot Provisions, an online store for the primal foodie, and is principal at egg, a sustainability-branding…

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@ferro3paige It’s not Fall without some Paleo Pumpkin Softserve! Check it out in the October Paleo Magazine. #paleo #icecream #yum #fall #paleomaglife @chronicallypaleostrong Fall flavors, here I come! Another lovely, crisp evening spent on the patio planning out meals for the week. You can see all of my bookmarks, lol. @biopunkmethodology #paleomaglife: got a batch of #firecider in the works, thanks to the latest issue of @paleomagazine! #paleo #homebrew #fermentedfoods @farmtotablefamily Delicious breakfast this morning.. Cassava Waffles with strawberry compote! #paleomaglife @smithfamilyforest Tried a new dessert tonight, courtesy of @paleomagazine 'Spiced Pumpkin Banana soft serve'. It taste delicious! We are still dealing with summer weather in the south, so I'll take any taste of fall I can get. @jillspeakspaleo “Oh the weather outside is frightful but these “Chocolate Chip Cranberry Cookies” from @paleomsgazine April/May 2018…

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PMR 235: The Latest Research on Nutrition and Alzheimer's Disease Prevention with Professor Ríona Mulcahy In this episode, we talk all about dementia, Alzheimer’s, and the studies that are being done to find a cure. We’re joined by Professor Ríona Mulcahy, who was involved in conducting a recent 18-month study in Ireland that may have identified a unique combination of nutrients that can slow the progression of Alzheimer’s. PMR 233: Perfect Keto's Anthony Gustin Explains How to Be Your Own N=1 Experiment Anthony Gustin has worked in a number of different roles in the Paleo-keto world, and he's currently occupied with his company, Perfect Keto. In our conversation, Anthony fills us in on his company and some of their exciting new products before we get down to brass tacks about diets and keto. PMR…

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from the letter editor

It’s officially the holiday season, with most of us looking forward to taking a break from our daily routines and getting in some quality time with our family and friends. I have no doubt that as a member of the Paleosphere, you’re already well aware that fostering a strong social community and tight-knit relationships are key factors to leading a long, healthy life. Trouble is, while these are admittedly important goals, too many of us find ourselves leaving the heavy lifting of community-building to “special occasions” throughout the year, the bulk of which happen during a few weeks in late November and December. There is certainly something special about the holiday season and the opportunity to take time off for quality time with family and friends, and it’s something most of…

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ginger [zingiberis officinalis]

You’ve no doubt enjoyed ginger in stir-fries, sushi rolls, crispy gingersnaps, and holiday gingerbread, but did you know that ginger is full of medicinal goodness as well? In its eastern homeland, where it is a staple in both Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, ginger is more than a just a culinary herb. Its usage as medicine dates back to ancient times, with mentions by Confucius in China, Dioscorides in Greece, and Muhammad in the Koran. Technically, ginger is a rhizome, a bulbous stem that sends out roots, but usually it’s simply referred to as a root. It grows best in tropical climates, but can also thrive as a houseplant. Herbs all have energetic qualities that help us make sense of their many uses. Ginger’s energy is hot, stimulating, and drying, promoting the…

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product reviews

1 Pique Tea Pique aims to make the tea-brewing process simpler, more healthful, and more delicious with their line of instant teas. Cold-brewed for up to eight hours, Pique’s organic teas, sourced from family farms, are then crystalized, a process that ensures Pique teas deliver up to 12 times the polyphenols of a traditional cup. Simply add hot water to a packet of crystals to re-brew a cup of delicious tea or herbal elixir. Pique is available in many varieties, including Green, Green Mint, Black, English Breakfast, Hibiscus Mint, Vanilla Rooibos, and Ginger Jasmine. PiqueTea.com 2 Rowdy Bars These chewy, low-glycemic energy bars come in three flavors: Chocolate Coconut Cashew, Sunflower Butter N’ Berries, and (if you can handle legumes) Peanutty Dark Chocolate. They’re made with egg whites, nuts, seeds, and yacón root. Yacón…