Guest Post by Heather Resler – Creamy Butternut Squash Lasagna (Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly)

April 15, 2015 in Categories: , , , , by

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My name is Heather and I am teenage healthy food enthusiast! I chronicle my cooking adventures at Cook It Up Paleo. I was diagnosed with celiac disease at age 16. I love to educate others about the power of eating real food. My life goal is to become a privately practicing dietitian to help others […]

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Guest Post by Kate Jay – Roasted Rosemary Butternut Cake (Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly)

April 11, 2015 in Categories: , , by

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Kate Jay is a displaced Brit who left London for Vancouver, BC, a couple of years ago with her husband, two children and two cats. The whole family (but not the cats!) were already following the GAPS diet to address their digestive issues when Kate noticed swelling on both her thumb and wrist joints. She had […]

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Book Review: My Paleo Patisserie by Jenni Hulet

April 8, 2015 in Categories: , by

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This review was written by my assistant Christina. My Paleo Patisserie by Jenni Hulet of The Urban Poser draws on Jenni’s extensive experience in patisserie baking to create an elegant, inspirational gluten-free and Paleo cookbook. With an extensive introduction to baking techniques (both basic and advanced), dozens of recipes that can be combined in hundreds […]

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An Interview with Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Evan Brand

April 6, 2015 in Categories: , , , by

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My consulting company is a mechanism for people to get the 1-on-1 support and expert customization that they need to be successful in their health journeys. Because the idea of nutrition/health consulting may be knew for many of you, I’d like to introduce you to the consultants of ThePaleoMom Consulting. I think that as you […]

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Book Review: Fermented Vegetables by Kirsten K. Shockey and Christopher Shockey

April 4, 2015 in Categories: , by

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This review was written by my assistant Christina. Fermented foods are a very important part of a Paleo lifestyle, helping to restore and maintain healthy gut flora (see Sarah’s post on the subject here). While many fermented foods can be purchased at most grocery stores (like sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, pickles, and yogurt), making your own […]

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Guest Post by Tara Perillo – Cajun Shrimp Etoufee Over “Cheezy” Grits (Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly)

April 1, 2015 in Categories: , , , , by

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Hi Y’all. I am Tara Mo Perillo, the Paleo Cajun Lady. I am a lupus warrior and AIP paleo advocate. I work tirelessly to heal autoimmune symptoms through nutrition and alternative therapies. Currently, I am rebuilding my body after successfully treating my autoimmune symptoms. I am a certified herbalist, homeopath, and yoga instructor. My greatest […]

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Guest Post by Peter Hirsh – Finding Time to Exercise

March 30, 2015 in Categories: , by

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Peter Hirsh is a nationally certified personal trainer and kettlebell instructor who has been teaching and training with kettlebells for over ten years. Peter has dedicated his life to the enrichment and well being of others and currently teaches classes and trains students one on one in San Diego, California. Wanting to reach a larger […]

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Book Review: The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook by Diana Rodgers, NTP

March 28, 2015 in Categories: , by

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This review was written by my assistant Christina. Diana Rodgers is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner living on a farm in Massachusetts. The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook is a guide to sustainable living, helping you understand modern food production (and how it has played a large role in our decreasing health and quality of life) and make […]

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Guest Post by Enjoying This Journey – Breakfast Bowl (Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly)

March 25, 2015 in Categories: , , , by

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Erin is a wife and stay-at-home momma to two littles. She’s an experimental cook, appreciator of organics, and continually seeks knowledge about food and its effect on autoimmunity. She blogs about her family and shares real food recipes at Enjoying this Journey. You can also connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. Initially, […]

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Homemade Coconut Milk (Revisited)

March 24, 2015 in Categories: , , , by

Homemade Coconut Milk Revisited

Coconut milk is a staple for most Paleo enthusiasts.  However, canned or boxed coconut milk is often full of additives, including emulsifiers which are gut irritants and have been linked to inflammation, obesity, and inflammatory bowel disease (see this post and this recent Science Notes). Fortunately, it is getting easier and easier to purchase emulsifier-free […]

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