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How to Use the New


In case you missed it, is now a free membership site with some great new content and additional features. Take a look below to see the new features and updates, as well as a guide to how find what will be most interesting to you on the new site. And be sure to sign up as a member (it’s free!) to get total access to all the site has to offer. The Member Dashboard… Read More

Celebrate My Book Launch, Win Cool Stuff, and Meet Paleo Celebs—In Your Pajamas!


I want to give everyone a chance to hang out with me, celebrate the book launch, and ask questions. There has been an enormous response to the launch party, and unfortunately there was a limited number of tickets available. So… I’m hosting a Virtual Launch Party on via a Google Hangout on Air! Tune-in at 9am Pacific (12 noon Eastern) on Friday, January 3rd and hang out with me as well as special guests like… Read More

Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans


With their classic blend of culinary brilliance, gorgeous imagery, and sharp wit, Michelle and Henry have created a Paleo cookbook that is second-to-none. Whether you’re just starting out in the kitchen or a dyed-in-the-wool foodie, this book will give you both the inspiration and practical advice you need to take your Paleo cooking to the next level. From key tips for newbies to dinner recipes that will make you look like a superstar,  has it… Read More

Giveaway: Quick and Easy Paleo Comfort Foods

Quick & Easy Paleo Comfort Foods - book jacket

Most of us don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen on a regular basis, so having easily prepared go-to Paleo recipes is a key factor to sustaining a Paleo lifestyle. This is why I created the Meal Plan Generator, an app which  produces personalized Paleo meal plans based on your particular needs. (The Meal Plan Generator is currently a component of the Personal Paleo Launchpad, but will be available on it’s own very soon.)… Read More

Meet My Ranchers: Freestone Ranch


I’ve written previously about the importance of choosing locally raised animal products whenever possible. It’s better for your health, for the animals, for local economies, and for the planet. My family buys a quarter of beef and side of pork every 6-9 months from Freestone Ranch, a sustainable ranching operation about an hour and fifteen minutes north of San Francisco. Their beef and pork are far superior to anything we ever bought in the store… Read More

Health Lessons from International Cuisines: France


International cuisines have long added variety to the American palate. Although modern, processed foods are gaining popularity in developed and developing countries, most regions still retain unique food cultures and dietary patterns that set them apart from the rest of the world. In this series of internationally-themed articles, I’ll pick different countries or regions and share some of the most interesting and beneficial aspects of their food culture, and how they can enrich our own.… Read More