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Paleo Magazine August/September 2018

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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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Paleo Magazine LLC
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contributor

Virginia Altick is an E-RYT 200 living in Dallas, Texas. She works for Corepower Yoga and has led nutrition workshops in Yoga Teacher Training and Baptiste 40 Days to Personal Revolution programs, imparting knowledge from both personal research and nutritional experimentation for athletic pursuits. Experienced in ballet, running, and rock climbing, she has a passionate love for the mountains, despite living in the flatland. 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. Sarah Ballantyne, PhD, (aka The Paleo Mom) is the blogger behind the award-winning blog ThePaleoMom.com, cohost of the top-rated and syndicated The Paleo View…

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#paleomaglife tag us

Want your Instagram post featured in the next issue of Paleo Magazine? Take a picture featuring the latest issue of the magazine, or a dish you prepared using a Paleo Magazine recipe, tag @PaleoMagazine, and use the hashtag #PaleoMagLife. We’ll share our favorites so you can help inspire others! @jeannelestrange #paleomaglife got my #minigarden all ready for summer @chronicallypaleostrong What I needed! A rough day made better by reading on the patio, surrounded by plants. @_katekro just another Monday and another egg dish had to make a quick hash with sweet potatoes, onion, peppers, and @applegate sausage…and of course an over easy egg for the win! @colon_chick #dinner pork schnitzel with mashed cauliflower another great recipe from @paleomagazine @primal_pam @paleomagazine #bestissueever #awesomeness #everythingyouneedtoknow #paleomaglife #primalkitchen #primalhealthcoach Some of my favorites are winners!!! @dariaastara Oops, put in…

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paleo magazine radio

PMR 217: The 30-Day Thyroid Reset Plan with Dr. Becky Campbell In this episode, Dr. Becky Campbell, author of The 30-Day Thyroid Reset Plan, explains the importance of the thyroid gland and how deeply it affects our physical and mental health. PMR 216: Getting the Most Out of Life, Even When You’ve Been Hit by a Car, with Ben Greenfield In this short episode, Ben Greenfield, who had just been in a serious car accident while in Austin for Paleo f(x), talks about a few of the things he does in his day-to-day life and how he manages such a busy schedule. PMR 214: Everything Electric At Paleo f(x) 2018 This episode features a series of short interviews conducted while we were at Paleo f(x). Listen in to hear chats with our managing editor, the…

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from the letter editor

I’m often asked how I stick to eating Paleo on a daily basis, with one of the most common concerns being how to avoid falling into the dreaded rut that so many followers of other dietary regimens seem to. The answer to this should be very simple: If we’re doing it right, there should never be a point when being Paleo leads to burnout, complacency, or boredom—because Paleo is, inherently, about making a holistic, sustainable change in your health. That said, sometimes, like most things in life, the answer isn’t always that simple. If you’re a longtime reader of this magazine, you know I’ve said many times that Paleo is about so much more than food. Especially in our tech-driven, efficiency-focused society, we can’t afford to believe that just food (even…

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research roundup

COMPREHENSIVE NUTRITIONAL AND DIETARY INTERVENTION FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER—A Randomized, Controlled 12-Month Trial REFERENCE: Adams J, Audhya T, Geis E, Gehn E, Fimbres V, et al. “Comprehensive Nutritional and Dietary Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder—A Randomized, Controlled 12-Month Trial.” Nutrients. 2018;10(3):369. doi:10.3390/nu10030369 Journal: Nutrients https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/ SUMMARY In this randomized, controlled clinical trial, researchers provided a comprehensive nutritional and dietary intervention to subjects with autism spectrum disorder. The protocol spanned 12 months. Subjects received dietary supplements and followed a Paleo-style diet. As a result, the study group experienced significant improvement of their symptoms. Overall the treatment was safe and effective. ERIN’s TAKE: This study is a beautiful illustration of how powerful a role nutrition can play in conditions like autism spectrum disorder. The nutritional therapy used was virtually a Paleo diet, free of gluten, dairy, soy,…

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the elder tree

What herb calls to mind the haunting music of panpipes, boasts a mildly psychoactive fragrance, offers a portal to the fairy realm, and has been called “a medicine chest in its own right”? Meet the elder tree, sometimes known as Grandmother Elder, a shrub-like or small-tree-sized herb whose branches have penetrated the human psyche across the centuries. Hans Christian Andersen wrote of her in both The Little Elder Mother and The Daughter of the Marsh King, and Renaissance-era physician Dr. Blochwich wrote a 230-page volume on the benefits of elder back in 1633. Her Latin name, Sambucus, means “panpipes” (an instrument once made from the bush’s hollow stems), and even Shakespeare knew of her mildly psychoactive aroma, referring to the tree as “the stinking Elder.” Perhaps this fragrance helps explain why sleeping…

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