RHR: How to Build a Career in Paleo / Functional Medicine


It became really clear to me that I needed to figure out a way to train people in my approach, and generally, get more people involved in this kind of functional, ancestral approach to medicine. That’s because as one person, there’s a limit, of course, to the number of people that I can help on a one-on-one basis. That’s especially true because I only see patients two days a week, which leaves me time to… Read More

Now Accepting New Patients (and Other Big News)


UPDATE: The current open enrollment has closed. If you are on the wait list, you will receive an email with an estimate of when your initial appointment will take place by Monday, October 13. Please note this is only an estimate of when your initial appointment will take place, and your invitation email may come a little earlier or a later depending on patient flow. We thank you in advance for your patience. If you did… Read More

Recipe: Indian Spiced Spinach


This post is sponsored by the Paleo Recipe Generator, which features over 700 Paleo recipes personalized to meet your unique needs. In Indian food recipes, you may see spinach referred to as Palak or Saag. Here we are making a very simple, but very delicious, version of Palak Paneer, without the Paneer (a cubed cheese). Type of dish: Side Dish Servings: 4 Equipment: Cooking pot Ingredients: 6 packed cups chopped spinach (this is about four… Read More

RHR: Can Vitamin K2 Prevent Cardiovascular Disease?


Vitamin K2 is a topic that doesn’t get a lot of attention in the mainstream media, but we’ve definitely talked about it before on the show, and I’ve written some articles about it.  Most of what I’ve learned about Vitamin K2, I’ve learned from Chris Masterjohn.  So I want to give him big props right up front, because a lot of this material that we’re going to talk about comes from articles he’s written and discussions… Read More

How Much Sleep Do You Need?


This is a guest post written by Daniel Pardi. As a sleep researcher and sleep educator, the most common question I get is, “How do I know how much sleep I need?” It’s a tricky question because the benefits of sleep are only partially determined by sleep duration. When people ask this question, what they really mean is, “What are the things I need to do in order for me to get all the physiological and… Read More

The Roundup


Here is The Roundup, Edition 40, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past The Atlantic recently wrote a story called “When Yogurt Affects The Brain” describing the way that our gut bacteria can influence our emotional and mental health. One theory is that beneficial bacteria stimulate the vagus nerve, which stimulates the production of various brain chemicals and neurotransmitters that play a role in what… Read More