Berry Terrine

June 30, 2016 in Categories: , by

Beery Terrine

Summer berries set in a fragrant jiggly jelly make this a light and elegant dessert that also packs some compelling nutrition!  Not only are mint and berries rich in antioxidant phytochemicals (see The Amazing World of Plant Phytochemicals: Why a diet rich in veggies is so important!) but the gelatin itself is very beneficial.  In […]

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5 Gut Health Tests You Can Do at Home

June 27, 2016 in Categories: by

5 Gut Health Tests You Can Do At Home

With digestive disorders and microbiome issues making the headlines left and right, many of us are wondering just how healthy our guts are. After all, the state of our gut can influence our immune function, risk of chronic disease, allergies, autoimmune reactions, food intolerances, and possibly even our body weight—among countless other things! A number […]

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3 High-Fiber Foods to Avoid

June 23, 2016 in Categories: by

3 High Fiber Foods to Avoid

Scientific research consistently supports the health benefits of a diet rich in vegetables and fruits.  This is in part due to the high vitamin and mineral content of these whole foods (see The Importance of Vegetables) and due to the phytochemicals they contain (see The Amazing World of Plant Phytochemicals: Why a diet rich in […]

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Are Miracle Noodles Paleo?

June 20, 2016 in Categories: by

are miracle noodles paleo

When going paleo, one of the hardest things for many people to give up are noodles (who doesn’t love pasta, fettuccini alfredo, or un ultra-comforting bowl of mac and cheese?!). Certain vegetables have come to the rescue as substitutes, like spaghetti squash and zucchini ribbons, but now another contender is grabbing the spotlight: Miracle Noodles. […]

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Guest Post by Russ Crandall: Deep Dish Season One

June 13, 2016 in Categories: by


Russ Crandall is the NYT bestselling author and blogger behind The Domestic Man, a leading food blog in the Paleo, gluten-free, and whole foods communities. In his 20s he suffered a number of life-threatening illnesses, was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune condition–and was sent home with a lifetime’s worth of medications. Disenchanted with modern medicine, Russ started […]

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3 Lessons We Can Learn From Hunter-Gatherers

June 11, 2016 in Categories: by

3 Lessons We Can Learn from Hunter-Gatherers

The Paleo diet isn’t about historical reenactment. Instead, understanding what our Paleolithic ancestors ate, and how they lived, is a starting point for understanding what shaped our biological needs and how to best nourish our bodies now. While the basis for my recommendations will continue to be insight from modern biological, medical and nutritional sciences […]

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Guest Post by Caroline Potter – Cider Mill Donut Holes, from The All-American Paleo Table

June 6, 2016 in Categories: by


Caroline Potter is a NTP, blogger over at Colorful Eats and has released her debut print cookbook, All American Paleo Table.  When Caroline was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in college, she radically changed her diet and developed a love for all things nutrition, eating lots of yummy food and photography.  Caroline currently lives in Hawaii where her husband […]

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