Announcing The Paleo Approach Dinner Club e-Book!

October 30, 2014 in Categories: , , by

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The Paleo Approach (aka the autoimmune protocol, or AIP) is a powerful nutritional strategy that uses diet and lifestyle to regulate the immune system, reduce inflammation, normalize hormones, restore gut health, and finally give the body the opportunity to heal! While it was devised for those battling autoimmune disease, this approach can be used therapeutically […]

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Book Review: Mediterranean Paleo Cooking by Caitlin Weeks, Nabil Boumrar, and Diane Sanfilippo

October 27, 2014 in Categories: , by

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This review was written by my assistant Christina. Mediterranean Paleo Cooking from husband-wife team Caitlin Weeks, the holistic nutritionist behind Grass-Fed Girl, and Nabil Boumrar, a professional chef from Algeria, bring Paleo principles and traditional Mediterranean foods together for delicious, healthy, and fun cuisine. With the artistic eye of Diane Sanfilippo and the vibrant colors […]

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Guest Post by Hold the Grain – Chocolate Orange Sweet Potato Brownies (nut-free and egg-free)

October 25, 2014 in Categories: , , , by

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Tess is a teenage foodie, blogger and student. She shares grain-free and allergy friendly recipes on her blog, Hold the Grain. Since adopting a gluten-free and paleo diet, she has fallen in love with cooking, baking and real food nutrition. Her other interests include photography, sustainability, movies, art, animals (especially her adorable schnauzers!) and reading. […]

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Monster Mouths-A fun edible craft!

October 22, 2014 in Categories: , , , , , by

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I’m the room parent for my oldest daughter’s class this year.  Next week will be the first class party of the year and I was faced with the challenge of a Fall/Halloween-themed edible craft that both the kids would love and that I would feel good about. The standard edible craft for these parties is […]

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Guest Post by Steph Gaudreau – Four Things You Need to Know Before You Start Strength Training

October 20, 2014 in Categories: , by

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Steph Gaudreau is the owner of Stupid Easy Paleo, where her passion for food and formal education in biology and physiology mesh on the screen. She’s a certified holistic nutrition practitioner, photographer, and author of “The Paleo Athlete” and the upcoming book “The Performance Paleo Cookbook” (January, 2015). Steph co-presents (with Dallas Hartwig of Whole9 […]

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Book Review: Good Morning Paleo by Jane Barthelemy

October 18, 2014 in Categories: , by

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This review was written by my assistant Christina. One of the most common questions I see when someone switches to Paleo is “What do I eat for breakfast?” While leftovers from dinner are an excellent way to start the day in that they require almost no effort, sometimes you just need something more “breakfasty”. Good Morning […]

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Guest Post by Firehouse Paleo – Kitchen Sink Salad

October 16, 2014 in Categories: , by

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Shawn has been serving as a paramedic/firefighter with a municipal fire department for the past nine years. Prior to entering the fire service, Shawn served his country as a medic in the US Army.  Alexandra has been in the emergency medical field for over 10 years and currently works for a private ambulance company. She also worked […]

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Why Exercising Too Much Hurts Your Gut

October 13, 2014 in Categories: , by

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The World Health Organization lists physical inactivity as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality. Without a doubt, being physically active is critical for our health. The benefits of physical activity are well known. Increasing muscle mass increases metabolism, making a healthy weight easier to maintain. Regular physical activity helps improve bone density and […]

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Guest Post by Bre’anna Emmitt – Garlic Rosemary Breadsticks (Autoimmune Protocol Friendly)

October 8, 2014 in Categories: , by

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Bre’anna is married to Chris, and momma to Daniel, David and Cara, and she uses great food to keep her two autoimmune diseases from letting her do those things to the best of her ability. Her cookbook “He Won’t Know It’s Paleo” comes out this February. She posts her paleo, autoimmune protocol and Top-8 allergen free […]

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Smoked Pork Shoulder

October 6, 2014 in Categories: by

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I think pork shoulder is quickly becoming my favorite cut of pork, maybe even my favorite cut of any meat.  It’s so full of flavor, and when cooked low-and-slow, it becomes meltingly tender.  And bonus?  It’s very affordable.  I also love cooking huge hunks of meat.  I’m a Leftover Girl (yeah, I’m figuring that’s a proper […]

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