Paleo Girl by Leslie Klenke is the perfect intro to Paleo for girls ranging from puberty through college and beyond. Leslie hits on many topics ranging from puberty to boys to eating disorders to fitness to the basics of where food comes from and caps it off with her go-to Paleo recipes for food and homemade beauty products.
Regardless of whether you're just investigating the Paleo Diet or have been a long time follower of the lifestyle like Jeff & I, these books should have a place on your physical or digital bookshelf. Support your local library and recommend the books so you and others alike can read and learn from them. We have read all of these books and highly recommend each for a specific purpose on your path to health.
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Sugar is more addicting than drugs. It effects the brain, the gut and is hard to get under control. The 21-Day Sugar Detox program can help curb those cravings and get your sugar dragon under control.
We rarely eat the whole animal here in the US and it is an important part of an ancestral diet. Odd Bits exposes you to all types of recipes so you can introduce the rest of the animal to your plate.
The 4-Hour Work Week, The Primal Blueprint and Vagabonding are the three books that made a huge impact on the lifestyle changes we made in 2008. After Jeff read this book by Rolf Potts his outlook changed on world travel.
After Jeff & I read The 4-Hour Work Week we realized The Standard American Dream (alongside the Standard American Diet) were both a myth. This book changed how we approached work & life and we haven’t looked back since.
The Imperfect Environmentalist by Sara Gilbert gives you bite-size information, with suggestions of environmental changes to make to all aspects of your life. Be it home, diet, garden, health & beauty, money, transportation or community, she touches on a little of everything and provides concise and digestible recommendations for change.