Not the excuse "Ohhh it's toooo coooold". That's a matter of comfort and comfort is ephemeral. I am, however, wondering if there are ACTUAL repercussions/bonuses to training in the cold. I ask this because I'm about to go outback and do some... (more)
Okay not to ask whether this is Paleo (LOL :). Can anyone attest to the practicality and precision of this product??!! Marketing hype or really useful? http://www.shewee.ca/ Shewee - the revolutionary device that is changing women???s lives. No... (more)
Hi guys, I've already posted this to reddit and though I'd try here to see if I got any more responses - really want to see whether his is a viable idea so would appreciate any comments :o) I've got this idea that I've started looking into and I... (more)
So, I'm an outdoor guide in California. I work with kids who have learning disabilities and am guiding them on adventures all over. I cannot eat my own foods....I repeat I cannot eat my own foods. These kids are the type that if I'm eating... (more)
Hi Everyone! I'm heading off hiking for a couple of weeks and hate the idea of regressing to the standard pasta+oats/granola+refined sugar kind of diet. However, the food needs to keep up with the punishment it will receive in my pack as opposed... (more)
I have read about the amazing properties of vitamin D (in particular D3) for heart protection and against such ailments as winter depression, etc. I understand that for people living in cold winter areas or for people who never spend time outdoors... (more)
Has anyone read Caesar's Commentary on the Gallic Wars? His discussions of the (paleo) Germanic tribes is very interesting. Meat? Check. Raw dairy? Check. Cold baths? Check. Plenty of time outdoors? Check. Great physical size, strength, and... (more)
I hiked the Old Rag Mountain trail in Shenandoah National Park (Virginia) with some buddies on Saturday. The last quarter mile or so to the summit is all jumping from rock to rock, squeezing through crevices, finding hand-holds to haul yourself... (more)
You could try actual hunting. Small game hunting with a shotgun is an interesting combination of walking over varied terrain, with possibly even a bit of scrambling, plus, depending on gun, you're carrying the eqivalent of a 6-8lb barbell, not to... (more)
Inspired by my relative I want to start sleeping outside. The easiest and cheapest way to do this is to just set up on my screened porch. I may not be on the ground, but I'll get plenty of fresh air. I will also avoid having to do a tick check... (more)
I'd go for the porch - propane is heavier than air, so it should sink to ground level and dissipate harmlessly. But, I'd also call the propane guy or gal and have the tanks checked.
I was wondering if anyone in the Paleo community happens to work as a field guide for a wilderness therapy company. The companies I have looked at are pretty strict with diet (field guides eat what the students eat) and thus eating Paleo would be... (more)
So, I'm going to lightning in a bottle tomorrow and I just realized most of the vendors will be vegetarian. For those of you who are not familiar with LiB, it's basically like a smaller Burning Man... I'll be camping. I'm going to have limited... (more)
Do any of you have any personal anecdotes, or from your children of Nature Deficit Disorder? Any positive changes by being outdoors more often? Any negative changes by moving, ... There is a great website for children called the Children and... (more)
I feel that being out in nature is highly important for physical & mental health, for myself being out in nature is as big a part of paleo/primal lifestyle as the diet itself What do you all do to make sure your getting your dose of fresh... (more)
Fun article about fermented foods in the Arctic circle
Who wants to do Whole30 with me?
Paleo and Body Type Theory?