April, 2013

Ancestral Eating Sent My Autoimmune Disease into Remission

This is a guest post by Ivy Hauser on her experience with using ancestral nutrition to manage her autoimmune condition. During my college years, I have been incredibly blessed to be able to experience the positive impacts that food can have on one’s health.  In the past four years, I’ve had two autoimmune diseases go into remission, alleviated Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome...
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The Tar Heel 10 Miler: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Hills

I’m sitting on the couch on Sunday morning, finishing up this post, as my hamstrings are on vacation for a few days. I don’t know how people do this type of distance running on a regular basis! Kudos to my marathon running readers. Saturday was the Tar Heel 10 Miler, the first race I’d ever signed up for, and the...
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Should everyone do CrossFit?

One question that people in the ancestral health community frequently ask is what kind of exercise they should do to optimize their health and fitness. A lot of people new to the Paleo/Primal lifestyle assume that high intensity exercise like CrossFit is the best type of workout, no matter what your current health state is. But is this true? And...
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Primal Life Kit: 30 Products and 8 Discounts for $39

I got an email recently from Neely Quinn, author at PaleoPlan.com, explaining an amazing bundle sale she put together, called the Primal Life Kit. This incredible bundle consists of eBooks, product discounts, meal plans, magazine subscriptions, and more – valued at $485 – and the whole thing is only $39! That’s more than 90% off the retail value! And the bundle is...
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Who (or what) is on the throne of your life?

Check out my first guest post as a contributor to the new blog called “With Strength” – a blog which started as a vision to love and serve women who are on the journey to health and wellness using nutrition, fitness and reminding them who they are in Jesus. I’m really excited to be a featured author, and I hope anyone...
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