Who's the best media-friendly paleo-movement expert out there?
And if you could spread only one tiny, watered-down paleo lifestyle tip to the general public, what would you include?
I eat paleo (my one-year anniversary next month!), run trails in VFFs, and am really drawn to MovNat/Crossfit/Primal Blueprint kinds of approaches to functional exercise.
I'm also a freelance science journalist for a large national magazine that publishes a website/e-newsletter with very short healthy-lifestyle tips for women aged 35 to 55.
I'd love to include some primal tidbits in this broad-based publication. But the expert "voice" is the real key. I need someone who doesn't mind tailoring their message to, say, a 50-year-old woman in Kansas who doesn't know Grok from Adam. And who can do so without being condescending.
I think movement is the easiest place to start -- partly because countering misconceptions about SAD would take up room that I just don't have, and also because exercise can be a fun message even when diluted. Maybe encourage people to do more barefoot gardening, practice more third-world squats, or something else. What do you think?
And who to talk to -- Greg Glassman, Mark Sisson, or some less-well-known trainer? Thanks for any ideas!