Japanese Turnips with Orange Rosemary Pan Sauce

August 1, 2016 in Categories: , , by

Japanese Turnips with Orange Rosemary Pan Sauce

Turnips are a root vegetable that make a great addition to soups and stews, particularly if you’re avoiding nightshades and can’t do potatoes (see my AIP Notato Salad and Scalloped No-Tatoes for inspiration). They can be a little off-putting when eaten raw, but when cooked they have a lovely, sweet, earthy flavor. Japanese turnips are a […]

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Navigating Your Child’s Dietary Needs in the Real World: Guest Post by Sarah Kolman

July 30, 2016 in Categories: by

navigating your childs dietary needs

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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3 Ways to Up Your Nutrient Game

July 28, 2016 in Categories: by


Nutrient-dense foods are a vital feature of the Paleo diet, and focusing on nutrient density (see The Importance of Nutrient Density) is essential for making sure our bodies get everything they need from our food! We all know that a mix of quality meat, seafood, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds is the basis for the […]

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Sweet Potato Poi Guest Post by Russ Crandall

July 25, 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 […]

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5 Ways to Improve Your Bedroom Environment for Sleep

July 16, 2016 in Categories: , , , by

5 Ways to Improve Your Bedroom Environment for Better Sleep

There are SO many important and exciting studies coming out on sleep right now, and the reason is pretty simple: we’re finally grasping the fact that in terms of health, making sure we’re all sleeping better is one of the most important things we can do (see Sleep and Disease Risk: Scarier Than Zombies!). We’re all familiar […]

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