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  1. Paleo Movie Gathering!
    Wednesday, January 15, 2014
  2. Eat Fat, It's Good For You
    Tuesday, January 07, 2014
  3. Sustainable Wellness and Paleo, How it All Works
    Sunday, January 05, 2014
  4. Success With Exercise; Is it Dose Dependent?
    Saturday, January 04, 2014
  5. Who Is Joel Salatin?
    Saturday, January 04, 2014
  6. New Year's Resolution Solution
    Wednesday, January 01, 2014
  7. Is Being Privileged a Good Thing?
    Tuesday, December 24, 2013
  8. Detroit; The New Big Time
    Tuesday, December 24, 2013
  9. Coco-Cola Pro, Another Insult to Our Children?
    Monday, December 23, 2013
  10. Paleo Diets vs. Diabetes; How it All Works
    Sunday, December 15, 2013

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April 2014
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Paleo Movie Gathering!

Come join the fun at Powerhouse Gym, Clinton Township, Michigan for our first annual movie day. On Sunday January 26 around 2 pm we will gather in the aerobics room to share testimonials, enjoy luscious Paleo treats, and watch the movie "The Perfect Human Diet." 

RSVP Sheryl (586) 764-5683

Eat Fat, It's Good For You

This is a great lecture by Donald Miller M.D. and here is his full article from

Check it out, research the details and please share. 

Sustainable Wellness and Paleo, How it All Works

Check out this very informative talk with Paleo guru Robb Wolf.

Success With Exercise; Is it Dose Dependent?

When it comes to exercise, this is one of the hottest topics of all time. Truly dependent on your present fitness, lifestyle, and nutrition, exercise and recovery require balance in order to be beneficial. 

The best results require you to exercise and eat smart. Some concerns may be:

* How many athletes and exercise enthusiasts are slowly killing themselves
* Top ways to know if you’re truly recovered, and how to know if you’re overtrained
* Essential elements of fitness that most athletes neglect
* The best ways to enhance sleep and reduce jet lag if you’re a traveling athlete
* How to to enhance your mental game and get into “The Zone”

Online Health Radio at Blog Talk Radio with Sean Croxton on BlogTalkRadio

Check out Ben Greenfield interviewed by Sean Croxton  here: 

Thank you Sean Croxton

Who Is Joel Salatin?

Joel is a brilliant, vivacious farmer, owner and operator of Polyface Inc. Check out his passion and ambition, you'll be moved. 

New Year's Resolution Solution

Try something for 30 days and it may actually become a habit. A new you may be right around the corner. 

And call me for your free consult today! 

Is Being Privileged a Good Thing?

Pretty funny and very informative.

Detroit; The New Big Time

I'm happy to be here in the "D" experiencing this phenomenon first hand. 

Coco-Cola Pro, Another Insult to Our Children?

This is insanity.

"Coco-Cola Pro" to help our children grow strong? "Children require extra attention for their nutritional needs. To that end we've designed Coca Cola Pro. Fortified with 8 grams of protein, 25% of their daily recommended value of calcium and 45% of their daily recommended value of vitamin D, Coca Cola Pro can help to ensure that your children grow up with strong bones and helps them to build the lean tissue important for their metabolisms."

Could this be offered along side milk and chocolate milk in schools? 

Thanks for the parody Weighty Matters.

Paleo Diets vs. Diabetes; How it All Works

Lynda Frassetto, M.D. —Paleolithic Diets and Diabetes Control: How Do We Think It Works? from Ancestral Health Society on Vimeo.

More on Testosterone, Performance, and Optimization

Check out this great teleseminar from Mike Mahler discussing how and why to optimize your hormones. 

Testosterone and Health; What the Numbers Mean and it's Health Effects

A major contributor to our bodies' health, immune response, and vitality is the hormone testosterone. Optimizing this hormone may help you become healthier and more productive. If it is low, you will suffer metabolic disorder, lack motivation, and reduce sex drive. 

From Robb Wolf, "The literature is pretty clear on the idea that low testosterone in men is a bad thing for a variety of health issues including but not limited to cardiovascular disease, prostate health, cognition, immune function and silly stuff like libido and athletic performance."

Check your levels and shoot for optimal levels of this vital hormone: 

Listen to this great video for easy tips. Thank you Mike Mahler!

"If you know/suspect low testosterone levels, it behooves you to look into treatment, but don’t forget to clean up lifestyle issues such as sleep and nutrition. I think as a first-line intervention there are a number of herbal/nutraceutical options that improve all or most aspects of androgen signaling. That seems smart. All of these hormones and intermediates flip various genetic switches on and off, so I think it’s smart to start conservatively and work to get a full picture going. If at some point however it becomes necessary to hit the HRT path, I think that is also smart and appropriate, especially if herbal/nutraceutical support provides a more “natural” profile. This is all very black box stuff and as always I reserve the right to change my mind as additional information is made available, but this is what makes sense to me at this point. To find help in this area I’d seek out a reputable anti-aging doctor, Functional medicine doc or similar individual. Keep good notes and if you are game please share your experiences so we can help refine this message and see what does and does not work."

Read more about testing and treating low testosterone levels at Robb Wolf's site

Ross With Motivation

Thank you for your inspiring work Ross Enamait

A Ketogenic Anti-Cancer Diet; Why Isn't It Mainstream?

Listen to Jimmy Moore interviewing Miriam Kalamian on curing cancer through diet and lifestyle. 

Thank you Jimmy Moore

Complexity of Truth

Cholesterol; What You Don't Know May Hurt You

Here is Sean Croxton and Jimmy Moore discussing Jimmy's new book, "Cholesterol Clarity; What the HDL is Wrong with My Numbers," as they exploit cholesterol, it's manifestations, and implications. 

Got Gout?

Check this out. 

"“There is growing evidence that a low energy, calorie restricted, low carbohydrate (40% of energy), high protein (120 g/day, or 30% of energy) diet, with unsaturated fat (30% of energy) and high dietary fiber, is more beneficial in terms of lowering serum urate, insulin, LDL-C, and triglyceride levels, and hence reducing CAD risk, than the conventional low purine diet…”

Furthermore, research shows that eating purines actually increases uric acid excretion in order to maintain balance, almost like the body knows what it’s doing or something. Nah, couldn’t be.

It’s also worth noting that dietary protein has also been shown to increase uric acid excretion and lower serum uric acid. Hmm. It’s starting to sound like a low-carb Primal eating plan might just help, isn’t it?

What else should people at risk for gout or showing high uric acid levels do, other than reduce/avoid fructose, clear out liver glycogen every once in awhile (maybe by occasionally sprinting, which I could have sworn I’ve heard someone recommend before), and avoid hyperinsulinemia?

You could make sure you’re getting enough vitamin C, which is inversely associated with uric acid levels."

Thank you Mark Sisson

Skip Most Meds., Heal Yourself Instead

Because we know Big Pharma is gaining riches and power as they keep customers dependant of pharmaceuticals, it's time to wake up and turn our health into our own hands. 

What are the key steps to wellness, longevity, and a heightened quality of life? It's simple. Eat natural unprocessed foods as found in the Paleo diet, exercise moderately, and get plenty of play and sleep. 

Call to get started today!

Why Chemo Doesn't CURE Cancer

Check out this scientifically valid reason cancer keeps coming back.


Thanks to GreenMedTV

Slacking the Summer Away

I love slacking. Here is a tutorial from Mark Sisson, the man I got the idea from. 

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