Paleo Fitness Exercise: The Dead Lift
Paleo Workouts: The Two-Point Plank
 
Paleo Workout: Double Kettlebell Sequence for Advanced Metabolic Conditioning
 

10 Primal Superfoods to Help You Perform 10 Times Better

Because your gut has so much to do with your overall health and performance, fermented vegetables (or dairy if tolerated) can be a great part of your food choices.

Fermentation uses beneficial bacteria that are great for gut health. Try kimchi or sauerkraut, or ferment some beets or carrots.

If you’re one of the few that can tolerate dairy, then fermented dairy is an option as well. Just be sure to choose raw, fermented, full-fat dairy, such as cultured butter, yogurt, kefir, and cheese. You’re getting a healthy fat, a fermented food, and conjugated linoleic acid, which has tremendous healing effects.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share

Recommends

Promoted Stories From Around The Web

blog comments powered by Disqus
Beginner Carry for Paleo Fitness: The Farmer's Carry
Paleo Fitness Exercise: The Racked Squat
Intermediate Carry for Paleo Fitness: The Racked Carry
Paleo Fitness Pushing Skill Drill: The Perfect Push-Up Drill
Intermediate Push for Paleo Fitness: The Dip