“We have the best information about the Paleo Diet on the web – now let’s help our readers enjoy it.”
                – The Guiding Principle of Our New Website 

 At the heart of everything we do at The Paleo Diet® is you, our readers. There is nothing to sell, push, or package. If you want to eat Paleo, then just go to the local farmer’s market. If it is fresh and has one ingredient, it’s probably Paleo. We are guided by one simple mission: to share over two decades of carefully researched, peer-reviewed science with the hopes that it will help all of you live healthier, more rewarding lives.  

It’s a simple mission. But making sure we are sharing with you the best information, based on real science, is also a challenging mission. So, when the creators of The Paleo Diet, Dr. Loren Cordain and his wife, Lorrie, trusted me to run the business, I spent a lot of time considering how to continue the mission. And I came to three realizations. 

First, we have by far the best knowledge and information about The Paleo Diet of any entity on the web. Buried within our website and books is the life’s work of the man who developed the Paleo Diet conceptDr. Cordain. And, along with his writing, is the writing of his hand-selected team of experts, scientists, recipe editors, and writers.  

While there are many fad versions of Paleo, we have defined the true diet. And it is essential we continue to definit so we can always share with you, our readers, the best knowledge. 

Second, I realized that all that knowledge was buried. Over the years, I’ve read, edited, and, in a few cases, written many of the articles on our website. Yet, countless times, I’ve been asked a question, replied, “We have a great article on the website answering that exact question,” and then after 10 minutes of searching, thrown my hands in the air and said, Sorry, I can’t seem to find it.” 

It was very clear that we needed a new website—one that made it easy to find and easy to enjoy—if we were going to share that large body of knowledge. 

My final realization was that, if it was just me working on this website, we’d have a far smaller body of knowledgeam completely confident that we have the best information about The Paleo Diet on the web, but that’s because we have the best team of writers and scientists who have spent their lives studying evolutionary nutrition.  

So, for the last year, we have worked countless hours developing a website that will showcase our amazing body of knowledge and our great group of writers. And today, I am pleased to announce that this will be our final post on the old website that has served as an important voice, but has also become hopelessly outdated.

Check back right here at www.thepaleodiet.com on Tuesday, June 16th to enjoy a whole new Paleo Diet experience! 

Thank you,
Trevor Connor, CEO 

About Trevor Connor, M.S.

Trevor Connor, M.S.Trevor Connor was Dr. Loren Cordain’s last graduate student at Colorado State University. His research with Dr. Cordain focused on the effects of a Paleo style diet on autoimmune conditions. Their pilot study included close to 60 volunteers with diverse conditions ranging from Crohn’s Disease, to Multiple Sclerosis to Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. The results were very promising, including all eight Crohn’s subjects going into remission on the Paleo Diet.

Trevor started working with Dr. Cordain in 2010, soon after retiring as a Professional Cyclist. At 38, he felt it was time to hang up the bike. Trevor had studied traditional sports nutrition for over a decade and was admittedly very reluctant to accept the Paleo Diet. But after experimenting with the diet himself, Trevor was able to return to the Pro Peloton at 40, getting Top Five’s in several races and establishing himself as the top ranked 40+ rider in the country for several years running.

Trevor now writes the Coaching Section of the international cycling magazine Velo, has his own coaching business, and recently managed the semi-Professional cycling team Team Rio Grande who’s alumni include Teejay Van Gaarderen, a top five finisher at the Tour de France and multiple national champions.

Trevor is currently working on publishing several studies and reviews on the effects of wheat on the digestive immune system. Recently, he moved back to Canada so his wife could pursue her dream of making the 2016 Olympics in pole vaulting (as a Paleo Dieter and ranked top 10 in the country in her mid-30’s.)

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