TPV Podcast, Episode 1: Paleo Kids in School

Our first show! Ep 1: Paleo Kids in School

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 1: Kids in School

In this episode, Sarah’s daughter is headed to Kindergarten, so the ladies discuss everything involved in packing school lunches, navigating school policies, and how to talk to your kids about why they eat differently from their peers. Hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed recording it!

Show Notes:

    • 10:26 – Sarah prepares for kindergarten
    • 15:55 – Both Stacy and Sarah love the new book Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo
    • 17:56 – The theme of the week: School Lunches
  • 18:19 – Science With Sarah
    • 18:34: Question: What are coconuts, really, and why are they different from tree nuts from an allergen perspective?

So, in celebration of the launch of The Paleo View podcast, we’ve decided to giveaway a brand new iPod Touch with which you can listen to our brand new podcast!

Even more special, we’ll do the work of shipping this to ANY country, so all you Canadian and Aussies can enter too!
However, you will be responsible for any import taxes associated with the shipment.

Features of an Apple iPod Touch

iPod touch takes fun to the next level. It now comes in two colors: black and white. It includes iOS 5, which gives you over 200 exciting new features. And with iCloud, whatever’s on your iPod touch is automatically on your other devices, too.

  1. Facetime (video chat)
  2. HD Video Recording
  3. Retina Display (amazing graphics & display)
  4. AirPlay
  5. Music, iTunes & THE PALEO VIEW PODCAST listening
  6. Games & Apps (good luck prying the iTouch out of your kids’ hands)
  7. IOS 5
  8. iCloud

Serious, this is probably the biggest single giveaway we’ve ever done (unsponsored, nonetheless) and we’re truly excited to give it to a lucky listener!

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About Stacy

Stacy Toth has written 360 post in this blog.

Stacy is the matriarch of the Paleo Parents family. After beginning a paleo diet and founding PaleoParents.com in 2010, she lost 135 pounds and found health and happiness for the whole family. The following three years have been a progressive journey with a mission to educate people about nourishing their bodies by eating real foods. Stacy can be found on all forms of social media as @PaleoParents as well as the top-rated The Paleo View Podcast and her two cookbooks, Eat Like a Dinosaur and Beyond Bacon.

  • Robin (www.smoochbyrobin.com)

    I really enjoyed your first show and look forward to more! I’ll help spread the word.

    • http://PaleoParents.com Stacy & Matt

      Glad you enjoyed it! Look forward to many more!

    • http://PaleoParents.com Stacy & Matt

      Thank you!!

  • Chi-Chi

    I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed this show. I am so eager to hear more and I am sharing this with as many folks as I can.

    • http://PaleoParents.com Stacy & Matt

      Glad to hear it!

  • Brianne

    Nice job on the show! I really enjoyed it, and the subject of today’s episode was PERFECT for me as my son is about to enter Kindergarten. I’m going to share this with my MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group — I know quite a few of the gals have kids starting Kindergarten this year.

    • http://PaleoParents.com Stacy & Matt

      Glad you enjoyed it!

  • http://twitter.com/mama2six Athena Hall

    Thank you! Great information and I really enjoyed it. I have entered – all except for the review. I have been fighting with itunes for way too long tonight. Will try again tomorrow!

  • Loretta

    Thanks so much for this (and of course, congratulations!). I especially loved the notes with links…

  • Rose

    Holy Cow, this episode is wicked awesome! I have been fretting since our slow transition to Paleo eating this summer. I am loving it!! Bless you both!! Not sure about the star thing here – it keeps going negative which is not the case. ********* :)

  • Holly M

    Great info on your podcast! I wish I had this resource years ago-now my two oldest are in college! My youngest is 14 but I can still learn a lot for the both of you! Thank you for sharing so much of yourselves-as well as your wisdom and knowledge!

  • Tiffany Parrish-Drake

    Thanks for the opportunity… I am uploading iTunes now.. not sure I will be able to get to the review but will try.

  • Vanessa

    I LOVED THIS! Thank you so much.. this was amazing to hear REAL moms giving me the REAL deal! Thanks!!

  • RnBecca

    I just wrote a mammoth sized comment and somehow deleted it. :(
    I just wanted to say thanks for this awesome podcast, blog, and book! My 12 and 8 year old sons were listening to this episode with me while we were running errands today. Once it ended my 12 year old said, “They are really cool, I’d like to meet them. They are really cool paleo people.” We then started discussing their school lunches and what kids think of how they eat… which was just one more opportunity to instill in them why we do what we do in spite of what others may think, say, or do.

    I am a registered nurse and see so many patients that could be helped by diet modifications. It is very frustrating and sad to see their illnesses, lack of knowledge, and in my opinion often completely unnecessary surgeries and treatment. I often tell my kids about illnesses that I see and how our diet will help us to not become sick. We also have seen a nutritional therapy practitioner and I am signed up to become an NTP (I start in September). We have been refining our diet since my kids were born and it is amazing to see where we are now compared to even 2 years ago. I notice changes in their moods and behaviors, just like Sarah was saying, after they eat sugar and/or gluten. My 8 year old tested positive (skin test) for wheat allergy but it wasn’t until recently that we removed gluten from our diet and have seen amazing results.

    Thanks so much for being “cool paleo people” especially in the eyes of a pretty cool 12 year that I happen to love with all my heart. :)