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Paleo Magazine October/November 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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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. Darryl Edwards is founder and of the Primal Play Method™ at PrimalPlay.com. Darryl developed the Primal Play methodology to…

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@kathyhartchgo Morning lemon water (coffee is brewing!) on Long Beach Island. Giddy my fav @paleomagazine issue is out! #bestofpaleo #paleomaglife #morningchill #recipeaddict @ccredicott Better than Christmas! There’s something warm and fuzzy about being fully stocked with locally raised, grass-fed/finished beef and pasture-raised pork. @tonyfedfitness Found the new "Best of Paleo" issue of @paleomagazine while shopping around the Whole Foods in Bend Oregon! @colon_chick #dinner mint “cous cous” and lamb sliders with balsamic onions from @paleomagazine, I added a pound of ground pork to stretch our ground lamb @paleomagazine What a perfect Sunday morning looks like. Thanks for sharing @bonaippetit! #sundayfunday #paleomaglife #paleomagazine @chronicallypaleostrong What I'm doing while my other half is inside enjoying, ahem, non-paleo pizza as a birthday treat! Also, the "Best of Paleo" issues are my favorite every year!!…

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PMR 221: Fueling for a Fight—How UFC Mixed Martial Artist T.J. Dillashaw Eats T.J. Dillashaw is a two-time bantamweight champion, MMA fighter, business owner, and game hunter. In this episode, we bring him on to discuss keto and how he prepares his body and mind for intense training camps. PMR 219: Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics—Talking with Meditation Coach Jeff Warren In this episode, we welcome Jeff Warren, meditation teacher and co-author of Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics. Jeff offers honest and accessible advice about mindfulness and meditation and shows us how to incorporate these deliberate practices into our daily lives. PMR 220: Digestive Health with Real Food—A Conversation with Aglaée Jacob Aglaée Jacob is a registered dietician and nutritionist with more than 12 years’ experience. In this episode, Aglaée also shows us where to start, how…

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from the letter editor

When I first started putting more thought into how technology might be affecting me, I decided to run an experiment. This seemingly easy test involved simply leaving my phone at home while I ran a few brief errands. Th inking it would be a piece of cake, I was surprised at how difficult this short disconnection was. It didn’t take long for me to realize that I’d become far more attached to my devices than I had suspected. Like people often do with addictions, I quickly found myself rationalizing: Who’s to say this constant connection is necessarily a bad thing? This is just where our society is now, right? In a world where we are increasingly connected, where our phones, tablets, and laptops are more than just tools—they’re extensions of…

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research roundup

STEP-UP EMPIRIC ELIMINATION DIET FOR PEDIATRIC AND ADULT EOSINOPHILIC ESOPHAGITIS: —The 2-4-6 study REFERENCE: Molina-Infante J, Arias A, Alcedo J, Garcia-Romero R, Casabona-Frances S, et al. "Step-Up Empiric Elimination Diet for Pediatric and Adult Eosinophilic Esophagitis: The 2-4-6 Study." Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 141.4 (2018): 1365-1372. 7 May 2018. JOURNAL: The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology http://www.jacionline.org/article/S0091-6749(17)31597-X/fulltext SUMMARY In this study, researchers investigated the effect of an elimination diet on eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). EoE is a chronic, immune-mediated disease in which the esophagus becomes inflamed and dysfunctional. The study showed that dairy and gluten elimination induced remission in 43% of EoE patients, with milk presenting as the more common trigger. Further removal of soy/legumes and eggs increased the remission rate to 60%. ERIN’S TAKE This study showed that elimination of dairy and glutinous…

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Perhaps no herb better lends itself to the idea of food-as-medicine-as-food than garlic (Allium sativum). The first historical references to garlic were found on Sumerian clay tablets dating back as early as 2600 BC; by 1550 BC, garlic was widely recognized as medicinal, part of the Codex Ebers, the official Egyptian medical text.2,3 Garlic has been used as both food and medicine throughout the ancient and modern world. Garlic is so powerful that I picture it as an animated superhero, its filmy garlic-skin cape flying out behind it, off to thwart some dastardly villain. I might even be known to bring such a clove of garlic—with a drawn-on face and a half-peeled, garlic-skin cape—to herbal classes. Now, before you think my imagination is out of control, just check out a few of…