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I keep thinking I want another dog and then BOOM, reminder that it may not be the best idea. Like the other day, while babysitting my friends Frenchie.... Read More...
Summertime brings a lot of fun in the sun, but it also means cookout season has arrived once again. While there are plenty of Paleo friendly cookout dishes, sometimes all...
This past weekend’s “Link Love” highlighted an article called “Rethinking Movement: Why You Should See a Physical Therapist Every Year.” Arguing for a systemic approach to movement and a deeper...
Written by: Kevin Cann I have written quite extensively about stress on this site in the past. I emphasized over and over just how important managing our stress is to...
There are many different problems that can cause women to stop menstruating. In rare cases amenorrhea comes from genetic defects and physical abnormalities. These cases usually require medical intervention. More...
The start of July is such an exciting time of the year […] The post Lowest Price Sale EVER for Our eBooks – 50% off through July 7th! appeared first...
Holiday celebrations are traditionally based around sharing food with friends and family, which can get a little tricky when you’re eating Paleo. Fourth of July celebrations tend to be dominated...
People constantly demand proof for the efficacy of the Primal eating plan. And I’m glad they do. The Primal Blueprint makes sense on an intuitive level, and those success stories...
Here today to share a very inspirational story on perse […] The post Guest Post: Easy Almond Spinach Dairy-Free Pesto, The Healthy Apple appeared first on Paleo Parents.
Well kids, our time together is almost over. This is the third and final blog about how we are wired to sleep, what happens when things go wrong, and what...
Yep, it’s getting to be about that time of the year again. You know, when it’s just too dang hot outside to fire up the oven or stovetop. A popular...
Wtf. July 4th is THIS weekend? This freaking weekend? Ugh. What the hell. That means summer is pretty much almost over. Remember when you were a little kid... Read More...
Cool and refreshing, Red White and Blueberry Popsicles hit the spot on a hot summer’s day. The base of these homemade popsicles is coconut milk, berries, and a touch of...
  Hey hey! Welcome to the momentous episode 20 of TPW podcast!!! It’s a fabulous podcst, replete with many cool things: 1) Noelle 2) Me 3) My new mic, which...
Pina Colada Zipzicles
30-06-2015 01:51
Zipzicles are like Ziploc bags but in the shape of ice pops...genius! Enjoy these these Pina Colada Zipzicles or have fun with other flavors! The post Pina Colada Zipzicles appeared first...
  The herbs at our CSA are busting out in pretty green leaves all over the place. I wander the rows of the herb garden like a hobbit—scissors in one...
I have a long history with Bill and Hayley of Primal Palate. We first met online on, of all places, a Paleo diet forum in early 2011. I had recently...
I love summer.I don't know what to put on the menu!I guess I took my own advice from last week: we have plenty of meat in the freezer. But I...

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NomNom Paleo

Podcast: Play in new window (right click to download the episode) Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Stitcher | RSS Episode 10: Essential Cooking Tools Stocking up your kitchen for the very first time? Or just sick and tired of your cruddy old culinary tools, like that sad-looking plastic spatula with the melted front edge? Well, it’s...
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Earlier this month, our family spent a week in Maui, where—as usual—we downed a lot of tasty meals. I say “as usual” because we try to make it out to Maui once a year. Many moons ago, we were suckered persuaded into buying a time share in Ka’anapali on the west...
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Podcast: Play in new window (right click to download the episode) Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Stitcher | RSS Episode 9: The Perfect Steak A great way to impress a dinner guest—or treat the dad in your life for Father’s Day!—is with a perfectly cooked steak. Still, a high quality steak can be...
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Paleo Plan

Summertime brings a lot of fun in the sun, but it also means cookout season has arrived once again. While there are plenty of Paleo friendly cookout dishes, sometimes all you want is a cheeseburger on a bun, which of course, is a big no-no when it comes to Paleo...
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Holiday celebrations are traditionally based around sharing food with friends and family, which can get a little tricky when you’re eating Paleo. Fourth of July celebrations tend to be dominated by barbeques, hamburgers and hotdogs, booze, explosions, setting things on fire, and other American favorites.  Whether you’re navigating a non-Paleo...
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In a recent post describing three different strategies for successfully transitioning your family to Paleo, I described my own family’s transition; the difficulties we had getting to the point where we are today and how I continue to steer our nutritional ship in the direction of a Paleo lifestyle.  I...
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Paleo Periodical

As some of you may know, I’m moving into a yurt soon. That means shrinking from 3,000 square feet to 300 round feet. And that means getting rid of ish! Let’s be honest—it sucks to move books. And now that I’m over four years into this Paleo thing, it’s time...
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As many of you probably know if you read more responsible Paleo bloggers than me, Paleo f(x) went down last week, April 11-13, in Austin, Texas. It was the usual amazing hoopla, with friends, food, and fun. This was my fourth Paleo gathering, so I won’t retread all the ins-and-outs,...
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Below is a response I’ve sent to Mother Earth News. It really is my favorite thing to read these days, but after last issue’s love letter to homemade bread and now a poorly-written article called “Wonderful Wheat” that tried to take a hard line against the anti-gluten movement, I had...
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Mark's Daily Apple

This past weekend’s “Link Love” highlighted an article called “Rethinking Movement: Why You Should See a Physical Therapist Every Year.” Arguing for a systemic approach to movement and a deeper appreciation for the interconnections among the body’s neuromuscular, skeletal, cardiovascular and even endocrine functioning, professor emerita of physical therapy, Dr....
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People constantly demand proof for the efficacy of the Primal eating plan. And I’m glad they do. The Primal Blueprint makes sense on an intuitive level, and those success stories we see every Friday sure are persuasive, but it’s also important to see broader support in the scientific literature. Many times,...
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Most of the time, we wield willpower like a holstered gun with the safety off. Temptation rears — an ice cream bar, perhaps — and we whip it out, firing blindly and wasting more than a few bullets in the process. The temptation is beat back, and the ice cream...
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Robb Wolf

Written by: Kevin Cann I have written quite extensively about stress on this site in the past. I emphasized over and over just how important managing our stress is to our overall health. Stress in the literature has been linked to almost every disease imaginable as well as weight gain....
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Well kids, our time together is almost over. This is the third and final blog about how we are wired to sleep, what happens when things go wrong, and what steps you can take to fight back. I hope you have already learned some useful information, put it to use,...
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  Download Episode Here Featuring guest: Katy Bowman http://www.katysays.com/ http://www.restorativeexercise.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlignedandWellProgram Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlignedandWell Check out Katy’s book Move Your DNA  Questions:   [8:23] Best footwear for hard surfaces Artur says: I just heard Ben Greenfield mentioning on other podcast standing matt called Kybounder, which was developed to strengthen feet...
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Rubies and Radishes

To say that I am obsessed with the new cookbook, Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans, would be an understatement. I have read it cover to cover. I honestly have so little time to read lately, but I just couldn’t put it down. If  I didn’t have a blog to...
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Flourless desserts are my weak spot. If I spot crème brûlée on a restaurant menu, I only rarely pass it up! Panna Cotta is my stand-by when we have guests. It looks sophisticated, but is fairly simple to make. I love how easily you can swap out the flavors based...
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  I am so thrilled to share with you that Chris Kresser’s 2nd stop on his book tour, the day after his launch party in San Francisco, will be in Santa Cruz! And the event will be taking place at Santa Cruz Strength! My gym/box of choice, when I make...
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Whole Health Source

This week's lucky winner... the Pizza Hut Hot Dog Bites pizza!!!Read more »This post was written by Stephan Guyenet for Whole Health Source.
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In the last post, I reviewed a study by Gerald Reaven's group showing that insulin resistance strongly predicts the risk of cardiovascular disease over a 5-year period.  In 2001, Reaven's group published an even more striking follow-up result from the same cohort (1).  This study shows that not only does...
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I recently came across a very interesting paper by the research team of Gerald Reaven, an endocrinologist at Stanford.  He has long been one of the leading researchers studying insulin resistance, the metabolic syndrome, and their association with obesity.  Reaven's research, and that of many others, suggests that insulin resistance...
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The Paleo Diet

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Evolvify

I suppose this could be one of those “sorry you guys, I’ve been meaning to post some stuff on my blog, but I just never got around to it” kind of things. I hate those, and so do you. In the spirit of nobody cares what you plan to do,...
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Okay okay okay, so only one of these explicitly promotes “paleo”. There are a few general guidelines I followed when putting together this list: Paleo isn’t just about humans eating an evolutionarily appropriate diet, but also eating plants and animals that are being fed an evolutionarily appropriate diet. Grain fed...
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Richard Manning, author of Against the Grain (2004), discusses the ‘Green Revolution’ and the end of cheap oil. It’s only about 5 minutes, and well worth the time. A few important quotes: “agriculture, because it’s catastrophic, must constantly have new land. it also continuously needs new land because it creates...
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Selected Passages from “The Abolition of Work” by Bob Black (bold added). “No one should ever work. Work is the source of nearly all the misery in the world. Almost any evil you’d care to name comes from working or from living in a world designed for work. In order...
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The Domestic Man

Yep, it’s getting to be about that time of the year again. You know, when it’s just too dang hot outside to fire up the oven or stovetop. A popular food blogger trend is to eventually post a Gazpacho recipe, so I figured it’s about time for me to share...
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I have a long history with Bill and Hayley of Primal Palate. We first met online on, of all places, a Paleo diet forum in early 2011. I had recently changed my eating habits and was looking for a place to share my thoughts on the burgeoning movement; I remember...
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At long last, Paleo Takeout has arrived! To celebrate, I’d like to share one of my favorite recipes from the book. This “Bam Bam Shrimp” recipe is inspired by a certain shrimp dish found in a couple different chain restaurants across the United States. One cool fact – when coming...
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Tony FED

I was first introduced to the Moscow Mule, a combination of vodka, ginger beer, and lime, at the downtown Austin location of the Alamo Drafthouse. My wife and I were watching an early afternoon showing of Interstellar, which, if you haven't seen it, is a particularly mind-bending movie that explores...
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The #Sundaynightguacburgers ChallengeWhen The Urban Poser Jenni Hulet threw down the #sundaynightguacburgers challenge on Instagram, I knew I would have to step up my game. So I surveyed the competition and noticed a few trends.5280meat was dominating the height game, their burgers go for miles and miles and miles...TheFeistyKitchen rocks...
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"I enjoy government functions like I enjoy getting kicked in the nuggets with a steel toed boot. But this hotel always served bacon wrapped shrimp. That's my number one favorite food wrapped around my number three favorite food. I'd go to a banquet in honor of those Somali pirates if...
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Primal Kitchen

It's a really common saying - not just in CrossFit, but in life - "Don't compare yourself to others." It's incredibly sound advice, given the vastly differing histories and context that go into each person's development. Comparing your training to someone else's will rarely leave you feeling more confident about...
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This afternoon, I sat on the exam table at my regular skin cancer check, with my new dermatologist. She ran her fingertips over my arms and then arrived at the palm of my hands, startled."Oh, my! Why do you have such hard callouses on your hands?""I'm a weightlifter. I do CrossFit." ...
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I posted this super-dazzling record-setting deadlift to a CrossFit friend's Facebook timeline. The lady doing the lift in the video - Ms. Kimberly Walford - deadlifted 562 lb. at 152 lb. body weight - just an enormous, almost inconceivable strength to body weight ratio.My CrossFit friend and I both...
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Practical Paleo

It's a really common saying - not just in CrossFit, but in life - "Don't compare yourself to others." It's incredibly sound advice, given the vastly differing histories and context that go into each person's development. Comparing your training to someone else's will rarely leave you feeling more confident about...
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This afternoon, I sat on the exam table at my regular skin cancer check, with my new dermatologist. She ran her fingertips over my arms and then arrived at the palm of my hands, startled."Oh, my! Why do you have such hard callouses on your hands?""I'm a weightlifter. I do CrossFit." ...
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I posted this super-dazzling record-setting deadlift to a CrossFit friend's Facebook timeline. The lady doing the lift in the video - Ms. Kimberly Walford - deadlifted 562 lb. at 152 lb. body weight - just an enormous, almost inconceivable strength to body weight ratio.My CrossFit friend and I both...
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Paleo Parents

The start of July is such an exciting time of the year […] The post Lowest Price Sale EVER for Our eBooks – 50% off through July 7th! appeared first on Paleo Parents.
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Here today to share a very inspirational story on perse […] The post Guest Post: Easy Almond Spinach Dairy-Free Pesto, The Healthy Apple appeared first on Paleo Parents.
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Hi Friends- here’s a look at our week! This guy. […] The post Crepes, Ice Cream & Waffles – Oh My! appeared first on Paleo Parents.
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Modern Paleo

Apart from the weekly Paleo Rodeo, Modern Paleo has been pretty much in a coma for the past few years, as my attention has been on Philosophy in Action. That's even more true lately, and so I've decided that I should let the Paleo Rodeo go by the wayside...
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Every Saturday, I post the news of the week from my primary work, Philosophy in Action, where I apply rational principles to the challenges of real life. Here's this week's update.Upcoming Radio ShowsPhilosophy in Action Radio broadcasts live over the internet on most Sunday mornings and some Thursday evenings....
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Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions of the Rodeo are collected on this page.What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:A...
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Swiss Paleo

I seriously earned myself some “good wife points” when I cooked these up for my husband. I really don’t tolerate eggs, so these were off the menu for me. I did, however, sneak one or two to see how they turned out and I wanted to eat them all and...
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Cavegirl Cuisine

Pina Colada Zipzicles
30-06-2015 01:51
Zipzicles are like Ziploc bags but in the shape of ice pops...genius! Enjoy these these Pina Colada Zipzicles or have fun with other flavors! The post Pina Colada Zipzicles appeared first on .
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15 Cassava Flour Recipes
25-06-2015 04:24
15 Cassava Flour Recipes The post 15 Cassava Flour Recipes appeared first on .
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Paleo Mexican Pizza
23-06-2015 01:15
This grain-free Paleo Mexican Pizza will give your family a nomtastic alternative on Taco Tuesday! The post Paleo Mexican Pizza appeared first on .
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Health Bent

Wear It Onzie Elastic-Back Top , Alo Yoga Long Sleeve Top  Hershcel ... The post Things I Would Buy For Other People, But Secretly Want For Myself: Holiday Edition appeared first on Health-Bent. Click on the title or visit health-bent.com for more...
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i haven’t cooked crap for the last year. obviously. crickets. cooking ... The post Seared Fish, Garlic Roasted Leeks & Potatoes with Celery & Olive Salad appeared first on Health-Bent. Click on the title or visit health-bent.com for more...
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One Year Later
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it’s been almost a year since my last blog post. ... The post One Year Later appeared first on Health-Bent. Click on the title or visit health-bent.com for more...
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Paleomg

I keep thinking I want another dog and then BOOM, reminder that it may not be the best idea. Like the other day, while babysitting my friends Frenchie.... Read More »
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Wtf. July 4th is THIS weekend? This freaking weekend? Ugh. What the hell. That means summer is pretty much almost over. Remember when you were a little kid... Read More »
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Happy Monday, you little fit people, you! Guess what today is? The last day to get your hands on the Best of Paleo Ecookbook before it disappears forever.... Read More »
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Perfect Health Diet

Donna Laurie of Massachusetts was a guest at the October 2014 Perfect Health Retreat. Donna kindly recorded a video for us discussing her experience at the retreat. Some highlights: “I enjoyed the retreat very, very much.” “I am a gym … Read more » The post Donna Laurie on the Perfect Health...
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Erin Seaver, of Washington DC, was a guest at the October 2014 Perfect Health Retreat. Erin kindly recorded a video for us discussing her experience at the retreat. Some highlights: “I wasn’t having the success I wanted on the Paleo … Read more » The post Erin Seaver on the Perfect Health...
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Hippocrates famously said, “All disease begins in the gut.” I think we can narrow it down further: much modern disease begins in the mucus. In a recent post, I put up this picture: It’s from a paper on the role … Read more » The post Disease Begins in the Mucus appeared...
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Paleo Comfort Foods

This has been another fun week in the trenches of bachelorhood. I’ve had a very interesting opportunity this past week to course correct on some of my previous opinions about food and taking an “any port in a storm” approach … Continue reading →
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Good day everyone. This has been one hectic week and slightly more dislocating than the previous two. The payoff for me, I got to see my bride for a few days as she was in town to volunteer at Camp … Continue reading →
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I’ve managed to survive yet another week. Let’s recap what has been an enlightening and continually turbulent living situation. Actually, I need to back up into Saturday to properly tell the story. For months now, I’ve been wanting to try … Continue reading →
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That Paleo Guy

Thoughts have changed. Focuses are in new areas. And when it comes to where Payleo™ is currently sitting, it is a case of “it isn’t me, it is you.”* *The current paleofication of everything from chocolate fudge sundaes to celebrity chefs drives me completely mental. I’m still rather fond of...
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The Ancestry Foundation has done a superb job of getting all the AHS14 presentations, held at UCLA – Berkeley, mixed and uploaded. There is a tonne of great material from this conference. I highly recommend taking some time to work through them all. Here is my talk.
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All the action is behind the scenes with getting the Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand (of which I somehow found myself elected as the president), up and running as a strong and viable society, and in achieving some of its core aims.  Hence the deathly silence on this blog. ...
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Paleo for Women

There are many different problems that can cause women to stop menstruating. In rare cases amenorrhea comes from genetic defects and physical abnormalities. These cases usually require medical intervention. More commonly, women stop menstruating due to conditions like PCOS or hypothalamic amenorrhea, both of which are highly influenced by (and overcome...
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  Hey hey! Welcome to the momentous episode 20 of TPW podcast!!! It’s a fabulous podcst, replete with many cool things: 1) Noelle 2) Me 3) My new mic, which sounds gorgeous 4) A spontaneous rant about a super awesome and super secret topic (It came up when Noelle popped...
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Soooo, coconuts are the best. They are the most versatile drupes (or whatever) because they make so many delicious products that are healthy too! I’m a big fan of coconut because, unlike other “nuts” like almonds, they contain mostly saturated fat. That fat can often be used in place of...
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Paleoista

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The Naked Plate

The New Year is fast approaching and we’re excited to announce our 2014 Nutrition Challenge tailor-made for YOU. We love CrossFit because it’s ultimately scalable – the programming here can be adapted to suit whatever needs and challenges you have. And, we want our nutrition program to be the same...
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1/2 cup chicken broth 4 boneless & skinless chicken breasts cubed 1 jalapeño (seeded & minced) 1 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon paprika 1 1/4 teaspoon cumin 1/2 teaspoon coriander 1 large onion chopped 4 cloves minced garlic Olive oil 1 large lime 1 tablespoon chili powder 1/4 cup chopped...
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1/2 tablespoon coconut oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 sweet onion (or yellow onion) 39 ounces crushed tomatoes (1 – 25 ounce can plus 1-14 ounce can) 2 zucchini 2 yellow squash 2 cup fresh spinach 1 – 14.5 ounce can diced tomatoes 1/2 baked sweet potato 1/3 cup fresh basil,...
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Against All Grains

Looking for something refreshing to drink with my newest recipe for Plantain Nachos? These margaritas with paleo-friendly ingredients will be just perfect! My brother Joel is an awesome cocktail maker and these Worthybar Margs have been served and enjoyed at family celebrations for years. After the awesome response from you...
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I am very excited to have Courtney back on the blog to share her thoughts on some of the newest paleo books on the market! Here’s a quick review of each so you can decide if you want to invest in any of them! Speaking of books, I’ve been sitting...
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  In case you missed the big news, I’m expecting and am due in September! I did not eat Paleo with Asher. My symptoms of my autoimmune disease went away and I thought I was ‘cured’ so I allowed myself to eat whatever I wanted. Big mistake. It all caught...
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Elana's Pantry

Cool and refreshing, Red White and Blueberry Popsicles hit the spot on a hot summer’s day. The base of these homemade popsicles is coconut milk, berries, and a touch of honey. They’re a fabulously healthy, yet festive dessert for the Fourth of July! I’ve made these Red White and Blueberry...
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Probiotics are a great thing. Right? In some cases, maybe not. I’ve tried taking probiotics several times since the 1990’s. One would think they are a helpful supplement given the latest research on the gut microbiome. One would also believe that they are imperative for someone such as myself, working...
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A young person in my life (she’s under 30) is getting married this month, and from what I can gather, planning a wedding these days is a rewarding, yet stressful process, full of non-stop surprises. It’s been quite some time since I was in those bride-to-be shoes, as my husband...
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