The Paleo Diet Hunter-Gatherers: The Hadza

Periodically, we hear of a few paleolithic tribes still in existence trying to continue their traditional way of life in spite of the pressures of the modern world. An article on the Pacific Palisade website discusses one such group, the Hadza, a tribe of hunter-gatherers in Tanzania. It is astonishing that they have managed to [...]

Paleo Diet Vegetable Latkes

I was going to call this recipe kohlrabi latkes, but then I started to use other vegetables like zucchini, turnips and carrots. Basically you can use any firm root vegetable. Of course the idea was to make low carbohydrate Paleo diet latkes for Hanukkah, instead of the standard potato latkes. Naturally, if you are eating [...]

When You Think About It, Everything Relates To Paleo

It’s funny, but it occurred to me today while listening to Robb Wolf’s Paleo Solution Podcast, that once you really become invested in walking the Paleo path, when you think about it, everything relates to Paleo in one way or another. Robb’s guest speaker on this particular Podcast was a man named Julien Smith, who [...]

Paleo Diet Traditions for the New Year

So, it’s the end of 2011, which was an interesting year and by all the signs, 2012 is going to be even more interesting. For the Paleo world, 2011 was the year the movement/diet/lifestyle (what ever you want to call it) really took off. And there are indications that the Paleo diet concept is becoming [...]

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