books & dvds

"Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans" transports me back to my childhood love for books. Not only is it full of amazing recipes, but it's also carefully designed and fun to read.
If you're new to a gluten-free way of living, "Gluten Is My Bitch" is just for you, and you may want to have your friends and family members read it as well.
If you want to gain strength and mass while also fighting gym boredom, check out "Neuro-Mass" by Jon Bruney.
Although it might seem counterintuitive to create a paleo book filled with desserts,"Paleo Sweets and Treats" is successful in its intentions.
2013 was a great year for fitness geeks who like to curl up with a good book. Here are the top ten fitness, nutrition, and health books that we reviewed this year. Have you read them all?
"Make Ahead Paleo" is a perfect resource for busy people who have a hard time juggling work, travel, and healthy eating.
Although the title leaves much to be desired, I highly recommend Pat Flynn's new book for beginners who are looking for a simple, efficient approach to fitness.
Reading through the many reviews I’ve done over the last couple years would take a lot of time. So, I’ve put together a guide to all my favorite paleo cookbooks.
As a foodie and a mostly-paleo eater, I love that the world of paleo cookbooks is expanding. So I was happy to see the newest addition: "Paleo Happy Hour," by Kelly Milton.
"Paleo Cooking From Elana's Pantry" has some unbeatable recipes for paleo baked goods, as well as some features that make it ideal for people with food sensitivities.
Taking time to relax should be easy, but it's also easy to make excuses and skimp on your unwind time. Rodney Yee's new DVD is a great relaxation resource if you're fatigued from workouts or life.
Unlike your average Hollywood action flick, Melissa Joulwan's second paleo cookbook, "Well Fed 2" is a worthy sequel, with all the sassiness and deliciousness of her first book.
Michael Rosengart's book, "Prehab Exercise Book for Runners," is an excellent resource for any athlete who wants to improve mobility and prevent injury.
If you're looking for a well-rounded program to improve overall strength and conditioning, "Fire Your Gym" is the book for you.
With its delicious recipes, "Against All Grain," by Danielle Walker, just might be my new favorite general-purpose paleo cookbook. Here's why - and a recipe too!
This new book looks at the science involved in going faster and some of the biggest fallacies regarding bikes, run technique, and pacing strategies, all based on scientific research.
The newest in the series of paleo cookbooks from Sarah Fragoso, this one takes the genre in a new direction - specifically, to Italy and traditional Italian food.