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It's a great idea to shop local and organic when possible. I also recommend you take some time to get to know the farmers and the methods used to produce the food you eat. The Farm Trails weekend in Sonoma County is a fun way to meet and greet our local producers...
Wow, over 73,000 people have dropped by this thread. Thanks to everyone, hope you've found it motivating, Paleo/Primal has changed my life and I hope sharing my experience helps you attain great health!
Enjoyed the 3 docs link. Thanks for posting.
Canuck, I'm happy to be in your 73000 (maybe a lot of repeats?) fan club on this thread. You put up a lot of interesting stuff and keep the discussions mellowed out.
You provide a lot of inspiration to keep on keeping on. And, you are a fellow 60+ elder, younger than me, and more physically capable than I will ever be. My ball cap is off to you.
The Buck stops here. I am responsible for my past and my future. So for today: I choose to be happy. I will seek wisdom. I will be a servant to others. I will greet this day with a forgiving spirit.
I got a kick out of this short interview with Meghan Fox.
Meghan Fox says "I don't do cheat days" when it comes to her diet, "no bread, crackers or any of those types of carbohydrates" . Her training is intense bursts of cardio with heavy weights. Sounds very Paleo to me....
I love stories about people who have taken charge of their health. Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis is classified as a terminal disease, but Bill Vick has challenged conventional wisdom, taken control of his health and is battling this disease in a very holistic way. He shares his inspirational story here.....