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Welcome to the Paleo Resource Center

The Paleo Resource Center is the result of our goal to provide the most complete directory of U.S. products, services, and information available to the Paleo/Primal community. From identifying affordable sources for meat, seafood, and poultry to linking with the best and brightest voices in the ancestral health community, our Paleo Resource Center has it all.

If you know someone who has a Paleo resource we haven't yet included on our site, please let us know as we are constantly updating our database with the most current information. As the Paleo movement grows, we want Go Paleo! visitors to get the information they need quickly and easily. There is no fee for a basic listing. Feel free to email us at info@gopaleo.com

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Let the Sun Shine In – The Importance of Vitamin D3

Let the Sun Shine In – The Importance of Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 is more than a vitamin it is a pro-hormone found in almost every cell in the body. Vitamin D3 receptors are found in the gut, breast, brain, bone and prostate. Vitamin  D3, or cholecalciferol if you want to sound really smart at dinner parties, can be made by the body through the exposure […]

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5 Reasons to Enjoy Amazing Asparagus

5 Reasons to Enjoy Amazing Asparagus

  When I was a child, my mother served canned asparagus, which was vile. As a result, for many years I steered clear of this particular vegetable. Fortunately, I was lucky to discover that fresh asparagus is much better than canned. It is a vegetable with some amazing health benefits. Asparagus has been used as a […]

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Is Whey OK?

Is Whey OK?

I get a lot of questions from patients pursuing a Paleo Lifestyle if supplementing with Whey protein is okay.  The Paleo Lifestyle is about eating minimally processed food, reducing stress, minimizing exposure to toxic chemicals and moving your body in functional ways.   Mark Sisson states that whey protein falls into the 80/20 category: it […]

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