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1. Because we’re hardwired to sit around the fire with our tribe

While you might suspect that diet and other lifestyle factors like sleep and exercise would have a far greater impact on health than social support, research suggests otherwise.

A landmark study exploring social connections published in 2010 involving more than 300,000 participants found that social support was a stronger predictor of survival than physical activity, body mass index, hypertension, air pollution, alcohol consumption, and even smoking 15 cigarettes a day!

Basically, your genes are telling you to join me at Paleo f(x)! Surround yourself with people who really “get” you and share your passion for health.

Not only will this contribute to your overall health, but it will also provide emotional support to keep you on track with your personal wellness goals.

2. Because Paleo is more than just bacon, avocados, and coconut oil

I’m happy that the Paleo Diet became a popular trend, taking the idea that we could learn about health from our ancestors into the homes of millions of Americans.

Unfortunately, most people get a simplistic version of the potentially life-changing concept. Even people passionate about health are often missing out on the true potential of living in line with your evolutionary template.

This is why I called one of my earliest ebooks Beyond Paleo and introduced the idea of a “Paleo Template.” Paleo goes beyond diet and weight loss.

Following a Paleo template for not only diet, but sleep, movement, and stress management can reverse chronic conditions like digestive disorders, allergies, cognitive disorders, autoimmune disease, blood sugar disorders, and more.

When you join me at Paleo f(x) 2017, you’ll hear from a line-up of truly innovative, intelligent, and passionate experts. Your understanding of a Paleo-based approach to health will explode.

I always come away with something new and useful.

This year, my presentation is called “Too Much Junk in Your Trunk”—and no, it is not about weight loss. I’ll be discussing the growing role of environmental toxins in the chronic illness epidemic.

Where can you find products that are literally better than sliced bread? Paleo f(x).

3. Because humans have been using tools for more than 2 million years

Research and theory are important and interesting. And the promised results of living a Paleo lifestyle are exciting. But to get from A to B, you need practical steps and the right tools.

The beginning of the Paleolithic era is, in fact, marked by the earliest known use of stone tools, about 2.6 million years ago. While having tools is not a guarantee of success—just ask the Neanderthals—it does make success much more likely, and a heck of a lot less work.

Would you want to try to take down a woolly mammoth with a stone hammer? No.

At Paleo f(x) 2017, you’ll find practical strategies, tools, and products that help you get real results. You’ll get live instruction and tools for everything, including:

  • Moving like our ancestors – get your free FIT Score
  • Cooking demonstrations using recipes from your favorite cookbooks
  • Practical steps to follow to personalize your diet for your health goals
  • Strategies for improving sleep, reducing stress, and healing your gut
  • And so much more!

4. Because you’ll find new products that are literally better than sliced bread

Another great benefit of the popularity of Paleo is that there are now so many innovative people putting their genius to work and creating amazing Paleo-friendly products.

Every year, I’m impressed by the new ideas, foods, and other products that really smart, hardworking people have taken from idea to reality.

For example, if you join me at Paleo f(x), you’ll get …

  • Exercise tools to keep your workout interesting and grounded in natural movement
  • Customized supplements for everything from more energy to better sleep and healthier digestion
  • Amazing personal-care products free of all those harmful chemicals and additives
  • Delicious nutrient-dense foods, snacks, and drink mixes to make eating Paleo easier and tastier

5. Because it’s fun!

Before I close, let me mention that Paleo f(x) has sold out the last four years in a row. So, if you’ve been thinking about going, don’t wait too long to get your tickets.

I love meeting new people, seeing old friends, learning something new, trying all the new products, and just enjoying the city of Austin in May.

I go every year and wouldn’t miss it. Neither should you!

You can learn more about Paleo f(x) and get tickets here.

 

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Pot roast was a one-pot wonder long before that was a term for homey dishes that are both inexpensive and require little hands-on cooking. This dish has long been the Sunday night dinner that makes a large number of servings (and incredible leftovers) while perfuming the whole house. After a few hours of cooking, you have tender pieces of beef in a rich, meaty glaze, surrounded by melt-in-your-mouth carrots, potatoes, and onions all soaked in the beef’s gravy. It’s a dish only a long, slow braise could deliver.

While it is near impossible to screw up a pot roast, there are a few steps that make this dish worthy of its celebrated status. Choosing the right cut of meat and the best potatoes for braising, and making a lush gravy are chief among them. Now, I haven’t tasted your mother’s pot roast, but I can say without question that this is the best beef pot roast you can make at home in your own oven.

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Growing up my mom always had a drawer filled with oven mitts. Some of them were holiday-themed, others had goofy animal faces on them, and then there were the plain ones that someone must have gifted her. I live in a small apartment in New York now and am the proud owner of just one set of oven mitts (because: space). They are wildly practical and nothing special to look at.

Well, I think I might have to buy another pair. I’ve had my eye on these ridiculous bear oven mitts for a couple years now, and they are currently on sale. You can get these bear-tastic oven mitts for $18 right now on Amazon, and they normally cost $20. It’s not much of a sale, but hey! 11 percent off isn’t nothing.

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If you have an abundance of stainless steel appliances in your home, you know that it can get streaky, cloudy, and fingerprint-y very easily. While stainless is less prone to corrosion than other materials (and super trendy), it does take a bit of effort to keep it looking handsome.

Here’s what you need to know about cleaning and maintaining your beloved stainless steel surfaces.

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Muggles who’ve been dreaming of enjoying a mug of lightly boozy butterbeer at the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade might not have their wish coming true any time soon. But, thanks to Pennsylvania-based Yuengling’s Ice Cream, they can drown their sorrows in a pint of butterbeer ice cream.

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“Add it to the roster!” “Why don’t we make this every night?” To say this sheet pan supper got my little household of two all riled up is an understatement. This Asian-inspired simple weeknight dinner delivers such a kick of flavor — garlic, chili, sesame, soy, and ginger — that I guarantee you’ll be yelling out the exact same things after you make it and are gobbling up forkfuls.

It’s a stir-fry in sheet pan form, flavored with the classic combination of soy sauce and ginger, but then amped up with one simple addition: chili garlic sauce. Sriracha’s sibling is an irresistible condiment that turns this quick and easy dinner into something with serious depth and heat — and yet, it comes together in less than 20 minutes. Cook up some rice and it’s bowl food, meant to be eaten on the most hectic weeknights.

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If you’re a lover of food, you probably spend most of your money on meals — whether it’s your fondness for the taco truck, your penchant for fancy cocktails, or your desire to eat at the newest, hottest restaurants.

Why not save up by using one of these appropriately food-themed piggy banks?

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You better focus on your breathing today because, you’re going to need every breath you can get.

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I feel like there are people who like all the food on their plate to touch and people who like the different dishes to maintain their own space into carefully managed sections of the plate. I am firmly in the first camp and unsurprisingly a great fan of food in bowls for this very reason. Breakfast is probably my favorite time for a bunch of things to get tossed together in a bowl, which is why this meal of cumin-spiced black beans, plantains, and a fried egg is everything I ever wanted from the first meal of the day.

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Sometimes dinner inspiration starts with a side rather than the main dish. Case in point? This braised purple cabbage. With only three ingredients, humble cabbage is transformed into an outrageously delicious side dish that just might steal the show come dinnertime.

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