2019 June/July (Digital)
- Backpacking While Paleo or Keto
- 5 Benefits of Raw, Natural Honey
- Climate Change: Your Next Existential Crisis?
- A Radically Attenuated History of Fire
- Lyme Disease
- 11 Lessons About Aging Well
- And much more!
- Denver Omelet Bake
- Hawaiian Turkey Burgers
- Chili-Lime Shrimp Skewers
- Shakshuka with Kale, Harissa & Avocado
- Vanilla-Coconut Panna Cotta with Strawberry Sauce
- And 20+ more mouthwatering grain-free recipes!
From the Editor
I can almost guarantee that no matter when you’re reading this, I’m out on the water. When summer finally rolls around, there’s literally no place I’d rather be than paddle boarding on our local river. There is something about the lapping of the waves against my board that I find simultaneously invigorating and relaxing. It simply makes me feel glad to be alive.
Maybe that’s because, when you’re flowing down a river, it’s easy to understand that we’re all part of a bigger ecosystem. Ours is the same Earth our Paleolithic ancestors walked, and if we take care of it, the same Earth our children’s children will explore. As members of the Paleosphere, this realization hits home pretty strongly. We’re always striving to live more in tune with how we were meant to, which includes interacting responsibly with our planet.
Recently, I was reminded again of how amazing and precious our natural world is when I watched David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II. (It’s on Netflix, along with his latest series, Our Planet. If you haven’t watched it yet, I highly recommend you do.) Seeing the unbelievable beauty of our massive oceans and their incredible marine wildlife has made me that much more eager to get out of the house, turn off the screens, and explore the wildness around me—even if it’s just in my own backyard.
In the spirit of summertime, I’ve made this letter short for a reason: so that you can get through it faster and go enjoy all the wonders the outdoors has to offer. Above all, I hope this issue of Paleo Magazine serves as an encouragement for all of us to spend less time inside on our devices, and instead, to get outside as much as we can and have an absolute blast.
See you on the water.