Guest Post by Hannah Helsabeck: Toxin-Free and Green Cleaning Guide

June 1, 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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Book Review: Paleo: The Real Food Diet to Reset Your Life by Elizabeth Marsh

May 27, 2015 in Categories: , by


Paleo: The Real Food Diet to Reset Your Life by Elizabeth Marsh is a small but comprehensive primer on Paleo living, with 55 delicious recipes for all occasions and all of the basic information you need to get started on a Paleo diet. The 127-page book has the look and feel of a high-quality magazine (with […]

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Sleep Requirements and Debt: How do you know how much sleep you need?

May 25, 2015 in Categories: , by


I’ve very passionate about the necessity of sleep for health. In the last 50 years, the average amount of time that Americans sleep each night has decreased by 1.5–2 hours. That’s a staggering amount of sleep—equivalent to a full month of continuous sleep every year—that we need but are not getting. From what we know […]

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The Autoimmune Wellness Bundle: An Amazing Resource Available Only Until May 25th!

May 20, 2015 in Categories: by

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I am so excited to finally share this amazing project that I’ve been working on for YOU!  I love e-book bundles (well, good ones anyway) and think they’re an amazing resource that truly is win-win for everyone involved.  But, as so many of you who follow the autoimmune protocol know, there’s so rarely any good […]

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Guest Post by Martine Partridge – Blueberry Cheesecake Bites (Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly)

May 18, 2015 in Categories: by

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Martine Partridge is an eater of real, whole, nourishing food. She is also a combatter of Crohn’s Disease. When Martine isn’t ogling food photos or creating scrumptious paleo and AIP dishes to share with friends and family, she is practicing yoga, reading a novel, or hanging with her darling husband and sweet pup. She is […]

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Guest Post by Sophie Van Tiggelen – Rustic Root Vegetable Soup with Meatballs (Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly)

May 16, 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 for beginning cooks. Diagnosed with Hashimoto’s […]

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Book Review: He Won’t Know It’s Paleo by Bre’anna Emmitt

May 13, 2015 in Categories: , by


This review was written by my assistant Christina. He Won’t Know It’s Paleo by Bre’anna Emmitt was born when, after six months of secretly switching her Standard-American-Diet family over to a Paleo autoimmune protocol diet, she and her husband both noticed dramatic improvements in their health and decided to share their story with the world. […]

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Guest Post by Hold the Grain – Blackberry Mango Ice Cream

May 11, 2015 in Categories: by

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Tess is the author, cook and photographer behind the website Hold the Grain. She shares new gluten-free, grain-free and allergy-friendly recipes each week. You can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. Hello! I’m glad to be back here today sharing another recipe on Sarah’s blog. Last time, I shared a warm, fudgy sweet potato brownie that […]

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Adverse Reactions to Ketogenic Diets: Caution Advised

May 6, 2015 in Categories: , , , , by

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As the ketogenic diet gains popularity, it’s important to have a balanced discussion regarding the merits of this diet. Let me emphasize right out of the gate that this is not a diet without merits (excuse the double negative); in fact, it has significant therapeutic potential for some clinical pathologies. However, it is also a […]

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