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Paleo Magazine June/July 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!

United States
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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. 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 podcast, and New York Times bestselling author of The Paleo Approach, The Paleo Approach Cookbook, and The Healing Kitchen. Kathryn Goulding is a freelance writer interested in health and nutrition. She lives in Denver, Colorado, where she spends her spare time hiking, biking, and trying every Paleo recipe she can get her hands on. Cassie Bjork, RD, is a globally recognized industry leader in…

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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! @austinpaleogrrl Paleo chillin’ #paleo #primal #primalhealthcoach #pool #poolside #chillin #spring #atx @karaeatsrealfood Enjoying my (late) morning coffee with collagen and reading the latest issue of @paleomagazine. Perfect way to start this gorgeous Saturday. @esther_cheeves GREEN DREAM SMOOTHIE! Veggie Power drink to start the day! Another Paleo magazine recipe. Added broccoli and hemp seeds too. @laurenelinda @paleomagazine during lunch is a great way to stay motivated to eat real food and not the junk that is in the work kitchen! #paleomaglife @tksunvold Got my reads for the…

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ashleigh vanhouten paleo magazine radio

"ESSENTIAL OILS CAN DO MANY DIFFERENT THINGS IN YOUR BODY AT ONCE THAT ALL INTERCONNECT FOR AMAZING BENEFITS." Samantha Lee Wright PMR 207: Harnessing the Power of Essential Oils with Samantha Lee Wright In this episode, we host Samantha Lee Wright from the Essential Oil Revolution Podcast. Samantha talks about all things essential oils and how they can improve your life and health. PMR 203: What I Learned From My First Year Hosting This Podcast In this episode, our host, Ashleigh VanHouten, looks back at the last year of hosting Paleo Magazine Radio and shares some highlights and memorable quotes from our guests. "A BABY TAKES ON A MOTHER'S MICROBIOME DURING PREGNANCY AND BIRTH, REDUCING THE RISK FOR ALLERGIES AND EVEN CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS LATER IN LIFE." Lily Nichols, RDN PMR 206: A Healthy, Whole Food…

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letter from the editor

IT’S TIME AGAIN for one of my favorite issues of the year, our annual Best Of, where we celebrate the very best the Paleo community has to offer, as chosen by our readers. This year we have an awesome lineup of categories, including some perennial favorites like Best Paleo Company and Best New Product, as well as some new ones like Best Coffee and Best Paleo Ambassador. As always, I’m extremely impressed not only with the individuals and businesses that were nominated, but also with the overwhelming response from the Paleo community. This year’s nominees are doing some amazing things to improve our food system, our planet, and the health of millions. And it’s obvious from the voting response that our community is not only aware of these efforts, but its…

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research roundup

COMPARISON OF A VEGETABLE-BASED (SOYA) AND AN ANIMAL-BASED LOW-PROTEIN DIET in Predialysis Chronic Renal Failure Patients Reference: Soroka N, Silverberg D, Greemland M, et al. “Comparison of a Vegetable-Based (Soya) and an Animal-Based Low-Protein Diet in Predialysis Chronic Renal Failure Patients.” Nephron. 1998;79(2):173-180. DOI:10.1159/000045021 Journal: Nephron https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9647497 SUMMARY This study assessed the long-term effects of animal versus plant protein on patients with chronic renal failure. Patients were given either animal or soy protein diets, both at low levels appropriate for renal failure. After 6 months, both diets slowed disease progression to the same degree, and kidney function was the same between groups. Thus, the type (animal vs plant) of protein does not affect renal function in the long term. RESULTS kCal 97% vs 88% The VPD had better compliance with the calorie goal than the APD 94% vs 112% The VPD…

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Calendula has long been associated with the warmth and healing power of the sun. It puts forth fiery orange-and-yellow blossoms that resemble little suns, opening each day with the light and closing again at night. Medicinally, the blossoms offer a gentle, healing warmth for many conditions, especially a myriad of skin issues. PROPERTIES/USES Calendula is a popular herb worldwide with a variety of uses. You might even have noticed it in a skin cream in your grocery store or pharmacy. Calendula is an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic (relieves gas and cramps), lymphatic (promotes healthy flow of lymph to cleanse the body), vulnerary (wound healing), emmenagogue (brings on menstrual flow), cholagogue (promotes discharge of bile for optimal gallbladder functioning), antiviral, antifungal, and a bitter (promotes digestion).1,2 Somewhat oversimplifying, we could say we use calendula for wound…