Guest Post by Morrocco Method – 12 Natural Ingredients That Should be in Your Shampoo

December 19, 2015 in Categories: by

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For over 50 years, Morrocco Method has been dedicated to raising awareness of safe hair care alternatives. Morrocco Method offers a totally unique line of shampoos, conditioners and styling products, made from 100% natural ingredients, like apple cider vinegar and hemp seed oil. They are a great and effective option for those seeking gluten-free, sulfate-free […]

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Guest Post by Hannah Helsabeck – How to Have a Non-Toxic Holiday

December 17, 2015 in Categories: by


Hannah Helsabeck is President and Co-Founder of WildMintShop, an online shop dedicated to helping families find toxin-free and eco-friendly products for healthier lifestyles. She is passionate about educating others on the benefits of healthy living and the importance of taking small steps towards eliminating exposure to toxins in people’s daily lives. She also enjoys finding […]

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The Healing Kitchen releases TODAY and a HUGE Giveaway!!!

December 15, 2015 in Categories: by

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Today is the big day!!! The Healing Kitchen is officially available in all major bookstores and online retailers!! What’s inside The Healing Kitchen? Inside you’ll find amazing and simple sides, mains, desserts, snacks and drinks, all focused on nutrient density and healing! This book has got it all — comforting sides like Mac ‘n Cheese, hearty […]

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Guest Post by Russ Crandall – Holiday Roast

December 14, 2015 in Categories: by


Russ Crandall is the talented home chef 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 the rare autoimmune condition Takayasu’s Arteritis–and was sent home with a lifetime’s worth of medications. Disenchanted with modern medicine, […]

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Oysters, Clams, and Mussels, Oh My! Nutrition Powerhouses or Toxic Danger?

December 12, 2015 in Categories: , , by

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If you asked me what I believe to be the single most important property of an optimal diet for human health, I’d answer “nutrient-density”. And, while I certainly don’t want to diminish the contribution of avoiding inflammatory foods and toxic compounds in non-Paleo foods (like gluten!), I actually think that the Paleo diet is so […]

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Announcing The Healing Kitchen Book Tour (and how you can attend no matter where you live!)!!!

December 10, 2015 in Categories: by


  I am so excited to finally announce The Healing Kitchen Book Tour!!! I am hitting the road and the interwebs (more on that below) with my co-author Alaena Haber to bring you The Healing Kitchen, an amazing new AIP cookbook which releases in 5 days!!! This cookbook is your best tool for turning your kitchen into healing central—all […]

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Guest Post by Sophie Van Tiggelen – Roasted Bone Marrow

December 7, 2015 in Categories: by


Sophie Van Tiggelen is an autoimmune warrior, foodie, self-trained paleo chef, and photographer. She blogs at A Squirrel in the Kitchen, where her mission is to demonstrate that you can eat gourmet meals on the autoimmune protocol! Her French heritage shines through in her simple, yet creative cooking style and her recipes are doable even […]

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5 Nutrients You’re Deficient In… If You Eat Too Much Sugar

December 5, 2015 in Categories: by


When we talk about eating too much sugar, the conversation usually revolves around excessive energy intake, empty calories, blood glucose and insulin spikes, or increased risk of chronic diseases (like diabetes, cancer, and heart disease). But, there’s actually another huge problem that gets less airtime in the sugar discussion: micronutrient deficiencies! It turns out, a […]

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Autoimmune Disease: A Road That Doesn’t Need To Be Walked Alone

November 30, 2015 in Categories: , by


The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) estimates that approximately 1 in 5 of us suffer from one or more of the 140+ diseases classified as autoimmune in nature. That’s approximately double the number of people who suffer from heart disease, and four times the number of people affected by cancer.  And yet, having an […]

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AIP Dinner Rolls

November 28, 2015 in Categories: , , , , , , , by

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This is yet another new recipe originating with my newfound love for Otto’s Cassava Flour.  The chemistry of this flour is unlike any grain-free flour substitute I’ve ever used and it has opened up a whole new world of possibilities for Paleo adaptations of my old favorites–even crazy unheard of things like AIP dinner rolls!  […]

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