Paleo Tools

2017 Paleo Talk Resources

2011 Paleo Talk Resources

 2010 Paleo Quick Start


For the Visual Learners:  Paleo Nutrition Video


My  Personal “Evolution” Into Paleo Nutrition

Everything you need to know to “get started”, you can find at

Additional How To Go Paleo “Now”

Leading Paleo Nutrition Experts

Robb Wolf, author of The Paleo Solution

Loren Cordain, Ph.D, author of The Paleo Diet

Mark Sisson, author of Primal Blueprint

Melissa Hartwig, author of the Whole 30

Chris Kresser, author of Your Personal Paleo Code

Matt Lalonde, PhD

Staffan Lindeberg, MD, PhD, author of Food and Western Disease

Art Devany, author of The New Evolution Diet

Darwinian Medicine

Free Paleo Recipes

Local Paleo Shopping

Ocala Downtown Farmer’s Market

Local Buying Clubs

Local Grocery Stores

Top Paleo Cookbooks

Reading Recommendations

Recommended Documentaries and Lectures

Additional Paleo Online Resources


Recovery Tools


One last thing. Don’t believe everything I write or say.   I’m not a dietitian providing nutrition counseling or nutrition management programs.   Doubt me.  I’m a skeptic by heart myself.  I never accept what others say, especially those practicing and preaching convention wisdom with little results.   I’m interested in not only how fit you appear to be on the outside, but also how fit you are on the inside with excellent bio markers of health.  I search for the latest, cutting-edge information and research.   I spend a great deal of time reading and reviewing abstracts, books, and other websites.  I suggest you begin this journey by doing the same.     Do your own research, find your own answers, become your own expert.  In addition to the resources listed in the “Paleo Tools” tab, I also use the following unbiased internet resources on a daily basis:

  • PubMed is a free database accessing online medical literature (citations, abstracts and some full text articles)
  • Google scholar allows you to search scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources, including theses, books, abstracts and articles
  • Google Books is a collection of digitized books which allows you to view limited previews portions of most books as well as do “text searches” within the book to locate specific information.
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