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Happy Memorial Day weekend! I hope all of you wonderful people are having a relaxing weekend and huge thank you to all the men and women out there that have...
For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions from a single reader who just read an article from Vice. The article makes pretty bold assertions about topics that...
Breakfasts:eggs, greenspb banana muffinsstrawberriescoffee, creamLunches:leftoversSnacks:It's summer, the kids are always hungry.pb&j rice cakes or ants on a logDinners:Sunday - Houston's chicken saladMonday - BBQ pork butt, beans, picklesTuesday - brats,...
kid lunchWednesday-Wow, today is the first day I feel relaxed... it's been 2 and 1/2 weeks since class ended for me and it took me that long to unwind. It...
If you’re looking for a Memorial Day grilled dish that will satisfy the pickiest carnivore in your house, this is it: Smashed Steak Skewers with Cherry Barbecue Sauce. Psst! It’s Whole30-friendly, too!
Today’s your last chance to get 10% off all PRIMAL KITCHEN™ products on PrimalBlueprint.com. Just pop coupon code “PALEOFX” in your cart before checkout. Research of the Week Infant helplessness predicts species...
It’s our first year NOT at Paleo Fx. But, with al […] The post Fried Calamari and Other Warm Weather Eats! appeared first on Paleo Parents.
Summer is here. I know this because I’m in Austin right now and it’s about 4 million degrees with 1 billion percent humidity. It’s uncomfortable and my hair won’t keep...
Chia seeds are high in protein and antioxidants, but they also have the unique ability to turn your favorite non-dairy milk into a thick and rich tasting pudding. When combined...
Ep. 197, Carbohydrate Insulin Hypothesis On this episod […] The post TPV Podcast, Episode 197, Carbohydrate Insulin Hypothesis appeared first on Paleo Parents.
I love pumpkins as much as the next person. They make amazing pies and breads and side dishes. But pumpkins are particularly useful for something far greater: they are powerhouses...
It’s stunningly beautiful in Vermont today: robin’s–egg blue sky, soft air, and temps that are hovering in the mid-80s. Dave and I started the morning with a walk along the Northern...
An estimated 77% of Americans don’t get enough vitamin D. Vitamin D is one of the most crucial elements for health in the whole human body. It is necessary for...
Written By: Kevin Cann Our shoulder joint is the most mobile joint within the human body. The head of the humerus sits on the scapula like a golf ball on...
As a friend, travel partner, and regular guest on Paleo Magazine Radio podcast, Russ Crandall of The Domestic Man and I often geek out about food, cooking, and the history...
Hi everyone, in lieu of my usual Tuesday recipe, I have some really exciting news to share. As many of you may know, I’m a regular contributor to the Paleo...
Fried watermelon. Once I read about it, I couldn’t let go of the idea of it. Fried watermelon! I was hooked by this review in The Globe and Mail of DaiLo, a Chinese-French fusion...
Today we have guest Hamilton Stapell. Hamilton is Associate Professor of History at the State University of New York, New Paltz, and is the creator of one of the first college-level...
Cherries are my spirit fruit. I frantically hoard ’em when they make their fleeting appearance at the local farmers’ market each early summer. These plump, ripe drupes are my secret...
Hit the farmer’s market in the early spring and summer, and you’ll find an abundance of beets, as well as bright red strawberries. Together, these blend up beautifully for a...

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NomNom Paleo

If you’re looking for a Memorial Day grilled dish that will satisfy the pickiest carnivore in your house, this is it: Smashed Steak Skewers with Cherry Barbecue Sauce. Psst! It’s Whole30-friendly, too!
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Cherries are my spirit fruit. I frantically hoard ’em when they make their fleeting appearance at the local farmers’ market each early summer. These plump, ripe drupes are my secret kitchen hack, adding a triple punch of sweetness, tartness, and crimson brightness to any recipe—even savory ones. In fact, one...
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Many years ago, Henry came up with a quick and easy savory coconut pancake recipe. Feeling competitive inspired, I decided to come up with my own version stuffed with veggies and meat. When my husband tried one of my portable eggy pucks, he exclaimed that they tasted like Egg Foo...
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Paleo Plan

Chia seeds are high in protein and antioxidants, but they also have the unique ability to turn your favorite non-dairy milk into a thick and rich tasting pudding. When combined with a bit of honey and vanilla, and topped with crunchy pecans and coconut, it turns into a healthy snack...
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Hit the farmer’s market in the early spring and summer, and you’ll find an abundance of beets, as well as bright red strawberries. Together, these blend up beautifully for a gorgeously hued, healthy drink that tastes as good as it looks. Full of antioxidants and healthy fats, this makes the...
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If you’re looking for a quick and easy snack that hits the perfect combination of sweet, salty, and savory, this is it. Charred sweet potatoes, sweet and juicy cherry tomatoes, and thick cut bacon are the perfect compliment to each other. The post Bacon and Tomato Sweet Potato Bites appeared first...
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Reddit r/Paleo

for example "Our cattle spend the majority of their life on grass; they are raised on grass and grain finished." http://www.albrightfarms.net/index.php/our-beef/our-cattle submitted by /u/bluhend [link] [comments]
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Just like /r/atheism isn't the place to try to convert people to Mormonism, and /r/fountainpens isn't the place to sell people on your favorite bic. If you're vegan, that's great. I'm genuinely happy that you found a way of eating that makes you feel happy and healthy. There are plenty...
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Hey guys, Recently, there's been a huge influx of people looking to use /r/paleo for blogspam promotions. We love the paleo community and we know many redditors have their own blogs (and many of them are great), but there's a small (and growing number) that's using /r/paleo to post multiple...
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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

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions from a single reader who just read an article from Vice. The article makes pretty bold assertions about topics that have already received a good deal of attention here on the blog. First, are probiotics actually useless? A new study cited...
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Today’s your last chance to get 10% off all PRIMAL KITCHEN™ products on PrimalBlueprint.com. Just pop coupon code “PALEOFX” in your cart before checkout. Research of the Week Infant helplessness predicts species intelligence. A low-FODMAP diet helps IBS patients. Many ancient Romans had really bad knees. Dark roasts have more bioactive coffee compounds...
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An edible serving dish made of roasted eggplant halves stuffed with cinnamon and paprika scented lamb. How does that sound for dinner tonight? The eggplant is roasted until the texture is creamy enough to eat with a spoon. The ground lamb is cooked with onion, garlic and aromatic spices. Combined,...
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Robb Wolf

Written By: Kevin Cann Our shoulder joint is the most mobile joint within the human body. The head of the humerus sits on the scapula like a golf ball on a tee. Due to the joint’s structure and nearly 360 degrees of motion, our passive and active tissues must do...
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Today we have guest Hamilton Stapell. Hamilton is Associate Professor of History at the State University of New York, New Paltz, and is the creator of one of the first college-level courses on ancestral heath. Join us as Hamilton and I talk about the demographics of the paleo community, and the...
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Guest post written by: Vivek Mandan The Key to Ending the Autoimmune Epidemic Most of us know firsthand that despite the estimated 50 million Americans with at least one or more autoimmune diseases, public awareness is practically nonexistent. How could this be? 50 million individuals out of a national population...
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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

The brain is the central regulator of appetite and body fatness, and genetic variation that affects body fatness tends to act in the brain.  One important site of variation is the POMC gene, which codes for a signaling molecule that suppresses food intake.  A new study shows that Labrador retrievers...
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Linoleic acid (LA) is the predominant polyunsaturated fat in the human diet, and it's most concentrated in seed oils such as corn oil.  LA accumulates in fat tissue, and as with many of the nutrients we eat, it is biologically active.  In a new paper, we systematically review the studies...
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Warning -- Satire -- old April Fools post!You've heard of Bulletproof Coffee, that mixture of coffee and butter that keeps you lean and supercharges your mental focus.The problem with Bulletproof Coffee is that the butter forms a greasy oil slick on top of your coffee.  Yuck!  Is there any way...
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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

Hi everyone, in lieu of my usual Tuesday recipe, I have some really exciting news to share. As many of you may know, I’m a regular contributor to the Paleo Magazine Radio podcast, hosted by my friend Tony Federico (author of Paleo Grilling). About a year ago, Tony and I...
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Bubble and Squeak is a traditional English dish, served as a hash of leftover roasted vegetables. It can be made from a variety of vegetables, but potatoes and cabbage are almost always included; it can be served at any meal, and is a common accompaniment to a full English breakfast....
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You know, I really thought I was done with soup for a while. The weather has been nice and warm down here in the Florida panhandle, balmy in just the right way – never so cold that a light jacket won’t do the trick, and never too hot for pants....
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Tony FED

As a friend, travel partner, and regular guest on Paleo Magazine Radio podcast, Russ Crandall of The Domestic Man and I often geek out about food, cooking, and the history of food and cooking. After one of these conversations, we decided to combine our collective interests -- recipe development, history,...
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Image via Modernize.comEven if you drink water from a BPA free bottle, eat whole, unprocessed, organic food, and regularly exercise, meditate like a monk, and sleep like a baby your efforts could still be undone by a "sick" home or workplace. With that being said, I'm excited to share with...
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One of the more challenging things about going Paleo is giving up foods that are often used to hold other foods (think bread, tortillas, wraps, etc.)Thankfully, alternatives, and easy ones to make, do exist!These Paleo friendly tortillas are made just like a crepe or pancake, so in the time it...
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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

It’s our first year NOT at Paleo Fx. But, with al […] The post Fried Calamari and Other Warm Weather Eats! appeared first on Paleo Parents.
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Ep. 197, Carbohydrate Insulin Hypothesis On this episod […] The post TPV Podcast, Episode 197, Carbohydrate Insulin Hypothesis appeared first on Paleo Parents.
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Stacy’s deep into her trip around the Mediterrane […] The post Mediterranean-Inspired Paleo Eats! + Why We Love Avocado Oil 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

Earlier this year (in April) I went to see the doctor because I had been having terrible hot flashes for several months that were really impacting my quality of sleep. I went to this particular doctor because she specializes in bioidentical hormone replacement and I figured I should get my...
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Cavegirl Cuisine

Paleo Crepes Suzette
06-05-2016 21:05
Crepes Suzette are traditionally made with some glorious orange liqueur; however, today we have a paleo and gluten-free version that is sure to please the whole family! Paleo Crepes Suzette The post Paleo Crepes Suzette appeared first on .
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Dirty Cauliflower Rice
26-04-2016 22:23
Dirty Cauliflower Rice is a great paleo, gluten-free, and low calorie side dish to add to any meal! The post Dirty Cauliflower Rice appeared first on .
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Paleo Colcannon
08-03-2016 01:15
This Paleo Colcannon will have you dancing an Irish jig by the end of the meal! The post Paleo Colcannon appeared first on .
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Health Bent

This is my new go-to favorite, easy peasy recipe (+ Creamy, Crunchy Miso Slaw). All together, the fresh and creamy slaw and the sweet and salty burger, has so much flavor with so little time and clean up involved. Ingredients ~1.25 lb ground chicken 1/4 c hoisin sauce 3 green...
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I made this as part of one of my weekly Sunday meal preps. Like I’ve said before, a lot of what I make has become semi-homemade in nature, like using pre-shredded coleslaw mix. Chopping up cabbage, let alone 2 colors of cabbage AND carrots, into super thin pieces just takes...
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Most of the recipes I write and make require a certain set of standards to be posted on this website. I don’t mean like poo-don’t-stink, nose-in-the-air standards, but quite the opposite. It must be tasty above all else of course, but also fast, cheap, and/or easy. Those standards are usually...
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Paleomg

Happy Memorial Day weekend! I hope all of you wonderful people are having a relaxing weekend and huge thank you to all the men and women out there that have fought for our country! We appreciate you so much! As […]
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Summer is here. I know this because I’m in Austin right now and it’s about 4 million degrees with 1 billion percent humidity. It’s uncomfortable and my hair won’t keep a curl so I’m annoyed. Luckily, I packed a TON […]
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The other day on the Today show, they talked about at what age they felt old. I’m 28 and I’ve had a few friends talk about how they feel old at the same age as me, but luckily, I don’t yet. […]
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Perfect Health Diet

NOTE: We’ve had a late cancellation for this year’s retreat, April 30-May 7, so a spot is open. The next retreat is not until May 2017. Please consider joining us! Jen Frazier of Fairfax, Virginia was a guest at the … Read more » The post Jen Frazier on the Perfect Health...
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NOTE: We’ve had a late cancellation for this year’s retreat, April 30-May 7, so a spot is open. The next retreat is not until May 2017. Please consider joining us! Renee X Chen of Shanghai, China was a guest at … Read more » The post Renee Chen on the Perfect Health...
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NOTE: We have ONE spot remaining for the April 30-May 7, 2016, retreat. Due to obligations to our biotechnology startup, this will be the only 2016 retreat; the next retreat will be in May 2017. If you would like to … Read more » The post Louise Quick on the Perfect Health...
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Paleo Comfort Foods

I had the distinct honor of serving on a panel discussing the challenges facing the students of the Cobb County School System. What a cool opportunity! One recommendation I made to the faculty/staff present was to start a Cobb Family Dinner … Continue reading → The post Family Dinner Night Begins! appeared...
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Some Thanksgiving-ish gluten-free paleo-ish cranberry walnut muffins from Paleo Comfort Foods. Continue reading → The post Cranberry Walnut Muffins appeared first on PaleoComfortFoods.com.
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Tap tap tap…testing, 1, 2, 3…is this thing on? Wait a minute, we have a blog? And it’s helpful to actually write on it sometimes? Shut the front door! Now if only my memory could serve me better to help … Continue reading → The post Question time: Can I Substitute…?...
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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

I love pumpkins as much as the next person. They make amazing pies and breads and side dishes. But pumpkins are particularly useful for something far greater: they are powerhouses of nutrition.  And the nutrition is packed into a tiny, delicious package: the pumpkin seed! You see, pumpkin seed protein...
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An estimated 77% of Americans don’t get enough vitamin D. Vitamin D is one of the most crucial elements for health in the whole human body. It is necessary for moderating and utilizing calcium, which is one of the most important elements in cellular function. It also moderates and utilizes...
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Hi friends! Welcome to episode 66! Be sure to check back every Tuesday for a new episode, and head over to iTunes or Stitcher to subscribe! To leave a review for the podcast (OR JOIN IN ON THE APPLE WARS!!) go to: http://coconutsandkettlebells.com/review. I would appreciate hearing from you more than...
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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

I started this site shortly after I received a terrifying diagnosis. My goal was simple. To be of service. To make life easier for people with celiac disease and other digestive disorders. Helping others was the perfect distraction. When I started out, I wanted to cheer people up, not bring...
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This easy gluten-free muffin recipe is made with 6 healthy ingredients and can be whipped up in a jiffy. To make my Chili Cheese Muffins you’ll need almond flour, cheddar cheese, red pepper flakes, eggs, salt, and baking soda. Really, making this savory muffin recipe is that easy! If you’ve...
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This Nut-Free Paleo Carrot Cake recipe made with coconut flour could not be simpler to throw together. You toss the ingredients in a food processor, transfer to a pan, and bake. Of course, if you’ve been here before, you know my specialty is easy paleo recipes. If you’re new, be...
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