I just received my first copy of Paleo Magazine last week. I was very impressed with the quality and breadth of this publication. The magazine is printed on heavy, glossy paper. The layout and artwork are attractive and interesting.
The first issue I received was the Sept./Oct, 2011 issue. This issue is the third issue that was published. The Sept./Oct. issue contains 17 articles and recipes. There are seasonally appropriate articles such as: Paleo Lunch Box School Lunches for Kids, and Paleo Trick-or-Treating. The six recipes in the issue include School Thermos ideas and Harvest Spiced Drumsticks. The magazine has articles in the following categories: Kids, Movement, Nutrition, Learn, Inspiration and The Food. There are also four columns: Paleo RD, From The Doc, Paleo Body and Average Joe Paleo.
Editor, Cain Credicott has pulled together an impressive list of contributors. This issue includes pieces from David Csonka, Peggy Emch, Diane Sanfilippo, Sarah Fragoso, Clifton Harski and Liz Wolfe. The magazine contains advertising for items which complement the Paleo Lifestyle.
I found the articles to be interesting, entertaining and well-written. I am looking forward to getting my next issue. Back issues are available to purchase, so I may check them out and get a complete set. If you are interested in checking out this magazine, click the link below the cover photo to get a subscription or individual copies.