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Grass-Fed Meat

 

SGFMeat USWellness
GFTraditions Tendergrass

 

Pre-Packaged Paleo Foods

 

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PaleoontheGo amazon store link
paleotreats coffeeblocks
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ProductsILove Epic Bar

 

Recipes and E-books

 

PGDough 3pp
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ReintroLove ptg
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28DLFAIP ProductsILove

Skin and Hair Care

 

PLOMakeup PLOSkin
mm Madeon
VintageTraditions

Kitchen Tools

 

instapot vault
dehydrator mandolin
Blendtec skillet
food processor ice cream
spiralizer waffle iron

Comments

Question. Have you use your Instapot to make yogurt? I have recently purchased one and love it, but in their instructions for making yogurt I am not sure to follow them for coconut yogurt or if they only work for cow’s milk. Any help would be appreciated.

Very timely question! My old Instapot was the 6-in-1 so it didn’t have a yogurt making function. It just died two days ago and I ordered the 7-in-1 that does do yogurt (it hasn’t arrived yet). So, while I haven’t tried with the Instapot, I can say that coconut milk yogurt is pretty much the same. Usually incubating for 8-12 hours makes a nice tasting yogurt. You need to add some gelatin or agar to thicken it (unless you want it kefir consistency for drinking and smoothies).

I a writing from a hospital bed – this is my 5th admission to the hospital since October. I am pan-hypopituitary, have Adddison’s and Hashimotos, severe osteoporosis (I’m only 42), Ehler-Danlos syndrome (genetics) and arthritis. I followed the SCD/GAPS protocol religiously for two years. Prior to that, we ate no junk food and have been gluten/casein free. My children and I only got worse. Obviously, under normal circumstances, we would benefit from the autoimmune diet. However, we have some unusual genetics – not only are we positive for MTHFR, we have Glycogen Strorage Disease. this is an inborn error of metabolosm and can’t be changed – believe me I’ve tried. You can do a quick search if you have never heard of this rare genetic disorder. Basically, if we don’t eat regulary and/or take cornstarch, our blood sugar levels drop swiftly, dramatically, and can lead to comas and seizures. One apple or even a few berries will cause a swift drop in blood sugar. We also have the slow-running version of the MAO gene, which means we feel like we are on an MAOi all the time. Bacon is wonderful stuff, but it’s not worth a three day migraine from the amines. Two of us are allergic to eggs. I would appreciate any advice you could offer. My initial thought is to continue what we are doing, but with lesser amounts of sprouted grains and adding more complex carb veggies. My children take corn starch before bed – without it, their blood sugar drops to the 40’s Eliminating it is not an option – The best I can think of at this point is to eliminate the few “bad” food like legumes and increase root veggies. Not sure how that will go over, but we’ll try.

Hi, I’ve looked through a couple of your books and did a search on your website – I am looking for your thoughts/opinion on Maca Powder supplementation. Thank you!

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