Pineapple and Lychee Granita (AIP)

February 11, 2016 in Categories: , by

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Granita is a frozen dessert originating from Sicily, made most typically made with water, sugar and various natural flavorings–it’s something like if a slushy and a snowcone had a baby that managed to not inherit any of the crazy chemicals or food dyes.  What I’m trying to say is that granita is a tasty, naturally […]

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Because Fiber Wasn’t Awesome Enough: New Science Suggests Fiber Improves Sleep Quality!

February 6, 2016 in Categories: , , , , by

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You may or may not have seen a brief Facebook post I wrote about a week ago regarding an exciting hot-off-the-presses scientific paper that totally blew me away—so much so that I’ve updated my Go to Bed 14-Day Sleep Challenge to reflect this new information!  The paper is the very first to draw any kind […]

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TPV Podcast, Episode 181, Common Health Questions

February 5, 2016 in Categories: , by

The Paleo View TPV 181 Common Health Questions

Ep. 181, Common Health Questions On this episode of The Paleo View, Stacy and Sarah tackle some of the most common health questions; topics that have nuggets of information for both long-time Paleo people and those new to this lifestyle.  Click the picture above to be taken to iTunes  or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player […]

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Guest Post by Sarah Kolman–“Primary Food” Is CRITICAL to Health—High Doses Recommended

February 1, 2016 in Categories: by

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Wouldn’t it be nice if simply eating the healthiest food on the planet in the perfect amounts would lead to optimum health? Wait a minute! Is this not true? Isn’t this exactly what we are trying to do by feeding ourselves, and our families, with such thought and strategy? Of course eating healthy foods are […]

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Book Review: The Paleo Cupboard Cookbook by Amy Densmore

January 30, 2016 in Categories: by

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This review was written by my assistant Christina. The Paleo Cupboard Cookbook by Amy Densmore brings delicious grain- and dairy-free food to the table with easy, versatile recipes using simple, healthy ingredients. Whether you’re new to Paleo to lose weight, avoid allergens, or just eat healthier, or are already Paleo and looking to add more […]

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AIP Notato Salad

January 28, 2016 in Categories: , , by

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Potatoes, while newly embraced by the Paleo community at large, are still a very common food sensitivity owing to the fact that they are a Gluten Cross-Reactor and a member of the inflammatory nightshade family of vegetables (see What Are Nightshades? and The WHYs behind the Autoimmune Protocol: Nightshades).  Nightshades are not included in the […]

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Fructose and Vitamin D Deficiency: The Perfect Storm?

January 25, 2016 in Categories: , , by

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In my previous post, 5 Nutrients You’re Deficient In… If You Eat Too Much Sugar, I talked about the harmful effects of excess sugar on certain micronutrients, and touched upon an interactive effect between fructose and vitamin D (and by consequence, calcium, since it’s dependent on vitamin D for absorption and regulation). This interaction so […]

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The Best Foods and Nutrients to Support Liver Detox

January 16, 2016 in Categories: , , , by

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In Part 1 of this series, I summarized the phases of liver detoxification and addressed the misconception of liver as a “sponge” for toxins due to its role in processing harmful substances. But, this is just the beginning of the discussion! Given all the hard, nutrient-consuming work the liver does, what should we eat to […]

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