Wild Edibles: Superfoods in Your Own Backyard

November 23, 2015 in Categories: , , , , , by


It’s the time of year where I start keeping my eye out for giant puffball mushrooms in my yard. I’ve still got some wild onions to pick, and even a few dandelions and wild strawberries can be seen among the weeds in my flowerbed. If you’ve ever picked juicy, sun-ripened blackberries out in the forest, […]

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Guest Post by Sarah Kolman – 3 Ways Thinking Outside the Box Will Improve Your Family’s Health

November 21, 2015 in Categories: by

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Sarah Kolman is the mom of three young boys, a Registered Nurse, an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, and has a master’s degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy. Her private practice as a health coach blends her experience as a nurse with her passion for nutrition and holistic wellness to help adults and children heal their bodies and […]

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TPV Podcast, Episode 170, Histamine Intolerances

November 20, 2015 in Categories: , by

The Paleo View TPV 170 Histamine

Ep. 170, Histamine Intolerances On this episode of The Paleo View, Stacy and Sarah share on histamine intolerances – what are they, what causes them, and how to manage them. The hosts also answer listener questions related to histamine intolerances.  Click the picture above to be taken to iTunes  or download and listen by clicking the […]

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Guest Post by Tara Perillo – Sweet Potato Cupcakes with Maple Coconut Frosting

November 16, 2015 in Categories: by


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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Blackstrap Molasses: The Sugar You Can Love!

November 14, 2015 in Categories: , , , by


I have addressed the topic of natural sugars and sweeteners in many posts (like Is Sugar Paleo? and Sugar Vs. Sweeteners and Why Is Sugar Bad?) and was also interviewed for a New York Post article on natural sweeteners just last week.  My stance can be summarized as follows: some sugar in moderation and occasionally […]

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Book Review: Paleo Home Cooking by Sonia Lacasse

November 12, 2015 in Categories: , by

Paleo Home Cooking Landscape

This review was written by my assistant Christina. Paleo Home Cooking by Sonia Lacasse is the ultimate made-from-scratch Paleo cooking guide, beautifully photographed and elegantly designed, with over 150 recipes of hearty, healthy Paleo eats. Where this book really separates itself from the pack is its dedication to making everything from scratch. While you can […]

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Apple Pie (Two Variations, AIP and Standard Paleo)

November 9, 2015 in Categories: , , by

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Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and I’m starting to think about new recipes that will cater to my mother-in-law’s nut allergy and my sensitivity to eggs.  Hence the creation of a new pie crust recipe, and actually my favorite one yet!  This crust is crisp and flakey, with a perfectly neutral starchy flavor–essentially, everything you could […]

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TPV Podcast, Episode 168, Navigating the Paleo Life Single

November 6, 2015 in Categories: , by

The Paleo View TPV 168 Navigating Paleo Life Single

Ep. 168, Navigating the Paleo Life Single On this episode of The Paleo View, Stacy and Sarah are joined by Sarah’s team member, Claire, who shares tips on navigating a paleo lifestyle as a young, single woman (think dining out and dating paleo, balancing dietary choices in social settings, and cooking for one).  Click the picture […]

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Polyphenols: Magic Bullet or Health Hype?

November 5, 2015 in Categories: , by


If you’ve read my recent post on phytochemicals, then you already know that plants are absolute powerhouses of health-promoting compounds—above and beyond the essential vitamins, minerals and fiber that they’re already famous for. But, one class of phytochemical is such a standout in terms of breadth, diversity, and importance that it deserves its very own […]

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TPV Podcast, Episode 167, Meatpocolypse

October 30, 2015 in Categories: , by

The Paleo View TPV 167 Meatpocolypse

Ep. 167, Meatpocolypse On this episode of The Paleo View, Stacy and Sarah discuss the press release that was recently shared by the World Health Organization on processed and red meat consumption that has essentially created a meatpocolypse amongst all!  Click the picture above to be taken to iTunes  or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player below […]

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