I’m excited to announce the pre-launch of Paleologix, a line of supplements designed to address the most common challenges to adopting and succeeding on a Paleo diet.
As a clinician, I’ve helped hundreds of people with a wide range of chronic health issues achieve measurable results with a Paleo-style diet. For some, the transition to Paleo is easy and smooth. But many others experience at least one (and often more than one) of these common obstacles:
- Digestive upset, bloating, gas, constipation, acid reflux, etc..
- Energy dips and cravings – falling off the wagon.
- Difficulty losing weight or even weight gain.
- Discouragement – not getting expected results.
In my private practice I use a targeted mix of micronutrients and botanicals to help people overcome these challenges. But what about those of you who can’t become one of my patients?
I teamed up with Robb Wolf to create a solution for those of you that need additional support but aren’t able to work with a Paleo-oriented clinician directly. Robb and I formulated the Paleologix system from the ground up to address the most common challenges we’ve seen people face as they transition to – or continue with – a Paleo diet.
It’s taken over a year to create and produce the Paleologix formulas, and the first batch is ready to ship in early January. We’ve produced a limited supply to start with. So, we’re giving our loyal readers and listeners (that’s you!) the exclusive chance to reserve a pack a few weeks in advance – with a small deposit of $19.95.
We’re pretty sure that the first batch will sell out once we roll it out on a broader scale in January, so we wanted to offer you the first chance to reserve yours.
Click here to read more about the new Paleologix formulas and reserve your pack (or buy one as a gift for a friend or family member who is just starting out with Paleo).
P.S. Check out a special podcast episode Robb & I recorded about why we created Paleologix and how these supplements can help you.
Bonus Paleologix RHR Episode: Break through the most common challenges to adopting – and sticking with – a Paleo diet