Five Paleo Dinners To Cook Next Week #68

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We’ve been planning it since before Dave and I even moved to Prague. It necessitated the creation of a 6-page notated itinerary and 15 reservations. And it is awesome. It’s the Epic Prague Staycation. It starts tomorrow when my parents arrive in Prague! We’re taking them to many of our favorite places: Vyšehrad, the farmer’s market, Café Savoy, Český Krumlov—plus the must-see spots in Prague that are still a treat for us: Read more

Simple Meals & Cooking Shortcuts!

In this week’s newsletter we’re sharing our favorite simple recipes plus the shortcuts we use to get a HEALTHY and DELICIOUS dinner on the table every night, even when we’re strapped for time and energy! Our Real Life We had such a great time camping last weekend that we’re doing it again this weekend! One last hurrah of s’mores, swimming, and campfires before school starts for the boys. We’re also be Read more

Mason Jar Chicken Salad

Busy days are just ahead! Are you prepared with lunches for those rushed-off-your-feet times? The great thing about salads is... The post Mason Jar Chicken Salad appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

How to Find Mental Strength When Dealing With Illness and Injury

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However tough, rugged, and badass we might consider ourselves, the fact is none of us is indestructible. The human body, for the miracle that it is, is vulnerable as well as mortal. Even those of us in perfect health may at some point become injured—with or without the possibility of full recovery. Most of us are down for the count (or moving more slowly) a couple times a year with this or that virus. But even with the best Primal efforts, there Read more

105 Kid-Tasted-and-Approved Healthy School Lunch Ideas- (Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Paleo Options Included)

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Written by: Lauren Lax Move over Cheetohs and Fruit Roll-ups! “Kid food” and school lunches are getting a makeover with these updated (healthy, gut-friendly and brain-friendly) spins on some of our old childhood favorite food “classics.” Below is all-you (and the kids) need to survive School Lunches with a “Wired to Eat” approach—eating foods you and your kids were intended to thrive upon—no added sugar, additives or hydrogenated oils included. Read more

The Complete Guide to Egg Replacers in Paleo Baking

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Avoiding recipes containing eggs in Paleo-world may seem next to impossible, but there are plenty of healthy, clean, and easy alternatives that fit the Paleo bill! If you are allergic to eggs or following the AIP, you have options and can still enjoy delicious baked goods. So hang tight: there is hope for you and your delicious Paleo baked goods, and your savory favorites, too! Eggs Replacers in Baking Eggs provide the classic and often expected Read more

RHR: Three Reasons Why Conventional Healthcare Is Destined to Fail

In this episode we discuss: A mismatch between genes and lifestyle A system best-suited for acute care The failure of the system to support healthy behavior change My upcoming book How we can change the system and reinvent healthcare My new online learning portal Show notes: My book Unconventional Medicine will be published on November 7th -- stay tuned for more updates. Podcast subscribers can take advantage of special launch Read more

Ginger and Garlic Almonds and Pistachios!Roasted some raw…

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Ginger and Garlic Almonds and Pistachios!Roasted some raw organic almonds and pistachios (10 minutes at 400 degrees) and then sprinkled them with ginger powder, garlic granules, onion granules, and black pepper, then added some organic coconut aminos (a paleo substitute for soy sauce), just enough to coat them. Give it a good mix, and let them dry a little (or not). Delicious! I have other ideas for spiced assorted nuts I’m gonna try in the Read more

Podcast Episode #311: Blood Sugar & Pre-Diabetes

Topics News and updates from Diane & Liz [1:41] What we're digging lately [3:27] Pre-diabetes and blood sugar [7:56] Blood sugar and hormones [10:20] Foundational points [15:09] Proper testing technique [20:34] How to handle it [26:35] Movement snacks [29:23] Closing thoughts [33:05] ; Subscribe to Real Food Liz!  Subscribe to DianeSanfilippo.com The episodes are also available in iTunes, Spotify & ... Read More The post Podcast Episode Read more

Introducing The Autoimmune Protocol Resource Library – Available for 4 Days ONLY!

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I know first-hand how expensive and time-consuming it can be to transition to the Autoimmune Protocol. Once you’re done buying high-quality meats and vegetables and stocking your kitchen with gadgets to make cooking easier, purchasing the cookbooks that keep you inspired can be pretty far down your list. And those lifestyle guides that help you sleep, meditate and move? As essential as they are to success on the AIP, they’re an even Read more

Chicken Fajita Nachos

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Last Sunday we were driving home from D.C., and we stopped in Annapolis, MD so that I could check out the 100% Pure Shop. I got some really fun products that I will be sharing here on the blog soon. After my healthy beauty product adventure, we were off to find lunch. Bill took us into Annapolis, and we had a bite to eat on the water. The restaurant we went to was near the water, and called The Federal House (formerly Griffins). We got some Read more

101 Best Keto Grilling Recipes – Low Carb

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When it’s 90+ degrees outside and you just CAN’T EVEN with turning on the stove or oven to make dinner, it’s time to fire up the grill and make some ice cold mojitos amirite?  Here’s a collection of over one hundred of the best keto grilling recipes I could find to get you through the... The post 101 Best Keto Grilling Recipes – Low Carb appeared first on I Breathe I'm Hungry. SOURCE: I Breathe I'm Hungry - Read more

One Year Ago in California

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A year ago I stood at the table in my Charlotte kitchen on a 100 degree day, folding laundry and packing jeans and scarves into a suitcase to go to San Francisco for a week.Rob had been traveling back and forth for almost two months, and his company was flying me out to meet him in California and spend a week house hunting. We had just moved into this three bedroom, two bathroom rental with a huge open kitchen and a backyard and I was selfishly Read more

Episode 118: How To Add Bone Broth To Your Diet With Justin Mares

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Thanks for joining us for episode 118 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 Justin Mares!   Justin Mares is the co-founder of Kettle & Fire, the first shelf stable bone broth company. He started Kettle & Fire with his brother Nick Read more

Physiological Mechanisms: Underlying High Salt Diets and Cancer

Introduction: I recently received a question from Bill, “I would also like to know what the purported mechanism for low sodium and low cancer is?” Let me first preface this question with my original blog that that precipitated the question.  Dr. Jansson sent me in his unpublished book manuscript on May 10, 1997 (Found here: http://thepaleodiet.com/a-rare-and-never-before-published-book-chapter-concerning-salt-and-cancer/). Accordingly, the Read more

Potjiekos (South African Hodgepodge Stew)

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Potjiekos has all of the things I like in a good stew: tender and rich meat, sauce that’s bursting with deep flavors, subtly-seasoned vegetables, and a good backstory. I’ve been watching a lot of Game of Thrones lately (well, once a week), and digging into the show’s theories and lore, so I’m most interested in the backstory part right now. Let’s dig in. Cast-iron cooking was first popularized in Europe during the Read more

Five Paleo Dinners To Cook Next Week #67

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I had a pretty big adventure last week! The headline is: I’m fine, and dehydration is really bad. I caught some kind of stomach virus last Sunday night/Monday morning, and by midday Monday, I was down for the count. I had an elevated temperature (102.2F), nausea, headache, body aches… the whole schlemiel. I couldn’t even keep water in my tummy, and that leads to Very Bad Things. Like crying and rapid breathing and tingling in Read more

Back To School: Lunches to Fuel Their Day + A Fundraiser for Charlottesville

Those 3 words… “Back to School.” How to pack a Paleo lunch like a boss! Plus wings, waffles, and eye lashes- all in this week’s newsletter! Our Real Life Meals have been quite varied lately as we get ready for back to school, navigate some house remodeling, and sneak in camping trips on weekends as the weather cools down. Cole and I had lunch out at PokeHub this week- there were so many great options, and we both ended up Read more

Strawberry And Rhubarb Compote

You have searched the store shelves high and low in the hopes of discovering a fruit jam worthy of the... The post Strawberry And Rhubarb Compote appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more