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Kettlebell Training for Paleo-Style Strength

Kettlebell Training for Paleo-Style Strength

Kettlebell training may seem somewhat mysterious to many people and for that reason, it may also be intimidating. Many people today have heard of kettlebells and their effectiveness they have in building strength and improving health. However, very few people actually benefit from them because they don’t know how to use them properly. To add to […]

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High-Fat Low-Carb Better than Low Fat For Weight Control – Keto Clarity Review

High-Fat Low-Carb Better than Low Fat For Weight Control – Keto Clarity Review

I was astonished to speak with a friend of mine that I don’t talk to often and find out she was still brainwashed with the low-fat dogma that has been pushed down our throats since the 70′s.  On her lowfat diet, she has gained 35 since we last spoke. I, on the other hand, eating […]

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Happy National Kale Day

Happy National Kale Day

October 1st is National Kale Day. Let’s take a moment to salute this super healthy Paleo vegetable. Kale is part of the Brassica family, which contains the well-known super -foods broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. It has been cultivated since Roman times and is commonly used in many European countries. When choosing Kale, go organic […]

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4-Day Intensive Paleo-Friendly Cooking Workshop in NYC

4-Day Intensive Paleo-Friendly Cooking Workshop in NYC

Go Paleo! was asked to pass this along by our friends at the Natural Gourmet Institute. It sounds like a great event if you are in the NY area. ————————————————– Paleo-Friendly Kitchen: A 4-Day Intensive The recently popularized Paleo diet – an offshoot of the Traditional Foods diet – is based on the eating habits of Paleolithic […]

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Sunshine in the Bedroom – More reasons to make sure you are getting enough Vitamin D

Sunshine in the Bedroom – More reasons to make sure you are getting enough Vitamin D

Medical research keeps mounting regarding the importance of having adequate vitamin D3 levels, whether through sun exposure or supplementation. Remember, as I have written before, Vitamin D3 receptors are found on almost every cell in the body, including the penis and testicles.   Most of us have heard that Italians know about love: researchers at […]

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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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Overtraining Syndrome and Paleo – Part 1

Overtraining Syndrome and Paleo – Part 1

This is a two-part blog; in Part 1 I will discuss the physiological and psychological effects of Overtraining Syndrome (OTS) and Part 2 will review how you can use the Paleo Lifestyle to prevent and treat Overtraining Syndrome. Overreaching vs. Overtraining When an athlete, (professional or amateur) is training for an event, a certain amount […]

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7 Ways to Help Regulate Your Appetite

7 Ways to Help Regulate Your Appetite

Eating can be defined as an instinctive response to the sensation of hunger. If we assume this definition, then, logically, we would only eat when we were hungry, and we would stop once we felt full. For many of us, this is not the case. The argument can be made that in the U.S. it […]

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