Recipe: Keto Salmon Romesco

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I'm so excited to be sharing a recipe from my new book with you today! I asked you guys to choose between two recipes on my Instagram Stories about a week ago and this Salmon Romesco was the winner. I tried really hard to come up with recipes that didn't feel diet-y or super hardcore ketogenic, so you could feel good about making them even if high-fat, low-carb eating isn't your thing. This salmon with romesco sauce is super easy to make and Read more

Episode 129: Phytic Acid In Brown Rice: A Reason For Concern?

Thanks for joining us for episode 129 of The Ancestral RDs podcast. If you want to keep up with our podcasts, subscribe in iTunes and never miss an episode! Remember, please send us your question if you’d like us to answer it on the show. Today we are answering following question from a listener: “Laura and Kelsey, I love your podcast! A quick question: I follow a primarily Paleo/whole foods diet. Recently I added more carbohydrates to my Read more

How to Stay Lean In the Off-Season

Are you an athlete heading into the off–season, and feeling concerned about how best to avoid putting on those holiday pounds? Or perhaps you’re just wondering how to avoid putting on those holiday pounds… period? The athlete, weekend warrior, and desk jocky all have this one thing in common. If we create an eating plan on the foundation of it being real, whole foods, we’re far less likely to pack on pounds at any time of year, regardless Read more

Stewed Okra in Tomato Sauce (Bamies Latheres me Domata)

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As we enter into November, I have exciting news – I’m just about done with developing and photographing recipes for my next cookbook! I’ve been at it for nearly two years straight – researching, testing, and retesting. I’m looking forward to moving to the next stage of the book-writing process, as I organize the contents, design the layout, and edit the manuscript. To be honest, editing is my favorite part of writing books; I like Read more

Five Paleo Dinners To Cook Next Week #76

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I know everyone across the Atlantic is gearing up for Thanksgiving—and I have some helpful posts coming for you tomorrow to help you prepare—but we’re celebrating a little early over here in Prague. On Saturday, it’s St. Martin’s Day! It’s a celebration of Saint Martin of Tours. He was born in Hungary, but became a Roman soldier—and was later baptized and became a monk. Eventually he was ordained the Bishop of Tours, Read more

Countermatch & 2K GIVEAWAY

We’ve got SO. MUCH. to celebrate! Skip to the end if you just wanna enter the giveaway ♥ The recent growth of the Healthy Inside & Out community has led to getting more education and safer products in the hands of so many. Last month was monumental, and part of that included the launch of the new Countermatch line by Beautycounter. It was so busy I didn’t have time to clarify, since I recognize the introduction of a new skincare Read more

Exercise Motivation: How an Anti-Inflammatory Paleo Diet Changes the Game

We all have days when we struggle to get to the gym. But some people are usually motivated and enthusiastic... The post Exercise Motivation: How an Anti-Inflammatory Paleo Diet Changes the Game appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

Instant Pot Autumn Mash

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One of my all-time favorite Thanksgiving side dishes is Roasted Garlic Autumn Root Vegetable Mash. Why? ’Cause it’s a feast for both the eyes and tastebuds. My original stovetop version is crazy delicious, but now that I’m a certified Instant Pothead, I was determined to create a shortcut to veggie mash nirvana using my Instant Pot. After some tinkering, I’ve come up with a simpler way to make my Autumn Mash in an electric pressure cooker! This Read more

Top 10 Paleo Apps

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“Apps aren’t paleo, Sisson. Grok waited for days for aurochs to wander within spear-chucking range, not overnight for the release of the iPhone X.” True. But this is the world we live in. These are the tools we have. If you’re going to lug around an addictive piece of tech in your pocket all day, it might as well contain some apps that make living healthy and living Primal easier, rather than harder. What follows are some Read more

Episode 377 – Dr. Belisa Vranich – Let’s Talk About Breathing

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Our guest this episode is Dr. Belisa Vranich. She is a renowned clinical psychologist, public speaker, and the author of Breathe: The Simple, Revolutionary 14-Day Program to Improve your Mental and Physical Health. Belisa is also the Director of Breathing Science at The Ash Center for Comprehensive Medicine in New York City. Listen in as we talk about proper breathing, it’s health benefits, how it can improve your athletic performance, Read more

6 Ways to Naturally Beat Anxiety (Plus the 7 Best Foods to Eat)

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An expected rush of energy or tension than manifests from a future or potentially looming situation can be a good thing—your body is telling you to focus and pay attention. But it can also be extremely stressful for people who are prone to regular anxiety problems. (1) When the proportion of anxiety for a situation is distorted or magnified, or your symptoms overrun your life, it’s time to find better ways to address it instead of just passing it Read more

RHR: A Three-Step Plan to Fix Conventional Healthcare

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In this episode we discuss: The patient case that inspired the book Who is this book for? The mismatch between our medical paradigm and chronic disease Drug companies and conflicts of interest How clinicians can help create a new paradigm The three core problems and how to solve them What this new paradigm looks like How do we pay for this? Is it scalable? How allied providers are the key Show notes: Unconventional Medicine Read more

Carrot Pappardelle with Mushroom Marinara. #paleoveganJust take…

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Carrot Pappardelle with Mushroom Marinara. #paleoveganJust take a wide peeler and create long ribbons of carrot. Then I sauté them in olive oil until soft. The mushroom marinara is very simple. Onions, celery, garlic finely chopped, and sweated in olive oil in a pot. Then fry up the tomato paste in the same pot, add strained tomatoes, and coarsely chopped mushrooms. Add spices (I use are basil, oregano, black pepper, thyme, red pepper flakes, and Read more

Breadless Cauliflower Stuffing

Loaded with herbs and protein, this breadless cauliflower stuffing is Thanksgiving in a bowl.You can’t have a Thanksgiving… The post Breadless Cauliflower Stuffing appeared first on Paleo Blog. SOURCE: Paleo Blog - Read entire story here. Read more

Podcast Episode #321: Unconventional Medicine with Chris Kresser

Topics News and updates from Diane [1:32] Introducing our guest, Chris Kresser [4:28] Something new that Chris is into [8:56] Chris's new book, Unconventional Medicine [14:04] The healthcare system is destined to fail [21:05] The cost of functional medicine [26:19] Finding someone to help [32:16] The role of the health coach [39:59] How to get into functional medicine [49:18] What's ... Read More The post Podcast Episode #321: Unconventional Read more

New House! Home Improvements Part 1, Kitchen & Family Room

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Last month a dream of ours came true: to buy a house here in Southern California, Murrieta to be exact. After really falling in love with this area we decided to stay here, and a couple years back we began dreaming of home ownership. I’m beyond grateful that, due to a very unexpected turn of events, this September we were able to make an offer on a house, which was accepted. We were absolutely giddy when our realtor showed us this house Read more

Review: Natural Movement with Xero Shoes

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When I started seriously lifting weights about 3 years ago, I remember being enamored of the idea of a zero-heel-drop shoe. This was around the time I was binging every episode of every ancestral health podcast on the interwebs, and wearing shoes for natural movement seemed like a natural progression. (See The Benefits of Being Barefoot and The Benefits of Gentle Movement) But one thing led to another, and I never bought a real pair of Read more

Creepy Crawly Pizza

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Yesterday I was inspired to make two new Halloween recipes. I’m actually only sharing one with you today, because It’s quick to make in time for your trick-or-treat festivities, and the other recipe I feel needs some work. The recipe I’m sharing today isn’t really a recipe, but more like a decorating inspiration. We’ve posted quite a few Cappello’s pizza recipes here on our website, and today we are sharing one Read more

Some Things I Believe Right Now (#15)

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Right now, I believe...in finally picking up a book again.that spending a weekend cooking and freezing meals for later is good for the soul (and oh-my-God-this-baby-is-coming-soon anxiety).that fall has finally made it to the Bay Area, and it's the best.that cleaning your house on a Friday is way better than doing it on a Sunday.that it's okay to really like where you are right now but also miss the places you've been before.that it's perfectly Read more

Episode 128: How (& Why) To Eat More Vegetables With Dr. Thomas Cowan

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Thanks for joining us for episode 128 of The Ancestral RDs podcast. If you want to keep up with our podcasts, subscribe in iTunes and never miss an episode! Remember, please send us your question if you’d like us to answer it on the show. Today we are excited to be interviewing Dr. Thomas Cowan! Dr. Thomas Cowan is an author, lecturer, and holistic family doctor in San Francisco. He’s the author of quite a few books including How Read more