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Paleo Magazine

Paleo Magazine

December/January 2019-20

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!

Land:
United States
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Paleo Magazine LLC
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contributors

Heather Wood Buzzard @RedMoonHerbs RedMoonHerbs.com Cassie Bjork, RD @CassieDotNet Cassie.net Diane “V” Capaldi @PaleoBossLady PaleoBossLady.com Ryan Carroll @TheGravityCollective TheGravityCollective.com Darryl Edwards @FitnessExplorer PrimalPlay.com Sarah Fragoso @Sarah_Fragoso SarahFragoso.com Kathy Gilbert Kathryn Goulding Frank Hyman HentopiaCoop.com Jason Kremer, DC, CCSP, CSCS @TheWellnessDoctor HealthAroundYou.com Chris Kresser, LAc @ChrisKresser ChrisKresser.com Mike Mutzel @metabolic_mike Fisher Neal @HuntingActor LearnToHuntNYC.com Ellen Seeley @ewatrmln Mark Sisson @MarksDailyApple @PrimalKitchenFoods MarksDailyApple.com Erin Skinner, MS, RD, CPT RealNutritionRX.com Ashleigh VanHouten @TheMuscleMaven PaleoMagazine.com PO Box 1620, Bend, OR 97709 844-GOPALEO December 2019 Volume 9, Issue 6 TO CELEBRATE EACH NEW ISSUE, AND HELP OFFSET THE EFFECTS OF PRINTING, WE PLANT 50 NEW TREES follow these folks on twitter and instagram…

1 Min.
paleo magazine

FOUNDER / EDITOR IN CHIEF Cain Credicott PUBLISHERS Bryan Azur Angie Azur CREATIVE DIRECTOR Olivia Sheehan COPY EDITORS Daria Astara Ellen Seeley RECIPE EDITOR Tammy Credicott RECIPE DESIGNERS Beth Lipton Dani McReynolds Elizah Munroe Jennifer Warden RECIPE PHOTOGRAPHER Savannah Wishart Photography PrimalRevolutions.com CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Dani McReynolds Dana Monsees ADVERTISING sales@paleomagazine.com PALEO MAGAZINE ADVISORY BOARD Loren Cordain, PhD Nora Gedgaudas Melissa Hartwig, CISSN, RKC Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD Amy Kubal, MS, RD, LN Jaclyn Nadler, MD Robb Wolf NEWSSTAND CONSULTANT Tom Ferruggia tferruggia@msn.com…

2 Min.
what’s going on

GIVEAWAYS! Don’t miss our regular giveaways at PaleoMagazine.com! Each month we offer several, with prizes from amazing Paleo companies plus free magazine subscriptions! Visit PaleoMagazine.com/giveaways to check out our latest offering and enter for your chance to win! SHARE YOUR STORY Do you have an interesting story of how you learned about the Paleo lifestyle or how it’s helped to change your life? Send your 500-word story to us at News@PaleoMagazine.com and we might publish it as an “I Inspire” feature in an upcoming issue! TALK TO US If you haven’t yet, you should follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! You can find recipe ideas, get helpful information, share your own story/recipes, and ask and answer questions. Connect with the growing number of other folks who are finding success with the Paleo lifestyle. INSPIRATION “The Paleo…

2 Min.
motivation for your new year

PMR #279 SETTING SMART GOALS FOR HEALTH, WITH CHRIS KRESSER KEY POINTS INCLUDE: ▶ The 5 methodologies of SMART goal setting▶ Why many people still don’t live a healthy lifestyle, despite the benefits▶ Recognizing that not everyone is ready to make a change in their lives▶ The different stages of implementing change PMR #278 ARE YOU HANGRY? SARAH FRAGOSO CAN HELP KEY POINTS INCLUDE: ▶ Moving away from dogma and realizing that health is fluid▶ Learning to listen to your body instead of blaming yourself and over-restricting your routine▶ The importance of processing negative emotions rather than suppressing them▶ Tips for self-care practices▶ The significance of having a balanced approach and striving for consistency rather than perfection “I really think so many diets fail because they’re done in this punishing, self-deprecating sort of way versus a ‘what can…

3 Min.
letter from the editor

EDITOR IN CHIEF Each year in this final issue, my goal is to provide articles and info to help guide anyone reflecting on how they can make improvements to make the upcoming year better than the preceding one. I’m proud to say that this issue will do exactly that, with plenty of information that you can implement in your own life to ensure things move in a positive direction in 2020. While this issue is full of motivational and actionable info, here are some pointers that I think you’ll find particularly helpful to get started. START OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT. Even those of us with the best health intentions can “slip up” during the holiday season—eating less-than-nutritious foods, staying up way too late, and trading our water for adult beverages. After a couple…

4 Min.
research roundup

title: Improving Fruit and Vegetable Intake Attenuates the Genetic Association with Long-Term Weight Gain journal: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (Link: paleom.ag/fruitandveggies) ERIN'S TAKE Intake of fruits and vegetables has long been inadequate among most Americans, and even lower in older populations. This prospective study in two large cohorts provides reproducible evidence that improving intake of fruits and vegetables could substantially attenuate the genetic association with long-term weight gain. In this study, both fruit and vegetables were associated with lower BMI, especially among people with greater genetic risk for obesity. This finding highlights the importance of promoting fruit and vegetable intake to prevent weight gain, particularly for individuals genetically predisposed to obesity. A well-executed ancestral diet typically falls well above the national guidelines of five servings per day. STUDY 14,251 subjects 8,943 women and 5,308 men European ancestry Free from…