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Paleo and Wine: Should You Drink?
Can you drink wine if you’re Paleo? In this article, I’ll share my tips for choosing a Paleo wine and I’ll explore whether or not the beverage is a healthy addition to an ancestral diet.
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How to Calculate Macronutrient Ratios that Work for You
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to diet, so how do you calculate your macronutrients in a way that benefits your health status, activity level, and lifestyle? Find out.
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Nose-to-Tail Eating: Everything You Need to Know
For a balanced nutrient-dense diet, you need to eat nose to tail, like our ancestors did. Find out how to get organ meats, cartilage, and other cuts of meat onto your plate.
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Paleo for Weight Loss: How an Ancestral Diet Can Help
If your friends, family, or clients have struggled to lose weight, an ancestral, Paleo diet may be the answer. Find out what the research says about eating Paleo for weight loss.
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Why You Should Know How to Read a Nutrition Label
Refined grains, added sugars, seed oils, and soy often hide in our food under scientific names or within other ingredients. Find out how to read a nutrition label so you can spot them.
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Ancestral Health: What It Is and How It Can Help You
We’re living in a time of innovation, yet we’re sicker than ever before. Find out how ancestral health can halt or even reverse the chronic disease epidemic.
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Meal Prep: Your Best Tool for Healthy Eating
Check out this article to learn all about the art of meal prepping, and get valuable tips for making Paleo affordable and time-saving, even if you’re on a strict budget and tight schedule.
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The Carnivore Diet: Is It Really Healthy?
The carnivore diet is the latest hot trend, and many people have reported significant benefits from adopting an all-meat diet. But is eating only meat healthy in the long term? Read on for my take.
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Are You Undereating? Here Are 6 Common Signs and Symptoms
You’re exercising regularly, trying to keep stress under control, and eating a nutritious diet. And yet you still feel a little off. If this frustrating scenario sounds familiar, you may be undereating.
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