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Guest post from: SeaShare Of the 4 billion pounds of food distributed through the Feeding America food bank network, less than 2 percent is nutrient-dense, animal-based protein and seafood makes up only a fraction of that. More than 49 million people in the US have limited access to nutrient-dense foods and for those using the […]

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Diet is but one component of healthy living.  And there are many other factors, which can be broadly categorized as lifestyle factors, which also contribute to health and well-being. One extremely important yet often under-recognized example is connection. Research has proven the role that connection plays in health through two extremes: social isolation and loneliness […]

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Folks, just a quick note to show off some of the cool stuff I’ve been working on behind the scenes here at The Domestic Man. This illustration was drawn by my friend Alex Boake and highlights my approach to meal planning. For future reference, this plate will be featured on the About page of this […]

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this is my version of comfort food There’s just something about winter that makes me want to mash all the vegetables. For me the ultimate comfort food is a vegetable mashed with butter and/or cream into a rich, smooth, filling and belly-warming puree. (I tried to explain this to Hubs. He looked at me open-mouthed and, […]

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This is an age-old problem.   What four-year-old really wants to eat his or her vegetables? Apparently, a large portion of the children in this study decided that they did: Conceptual Change and the Potential for Increased Vegetable Consumption How To Get Your Kids to Eat Their Veggies The researchers in this study got some […]

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Guest post written by: Max Shank   I find it funny how everyone is always looking for the “perfect workout” the “perfect diet” or the “perfect job.” You find the same ideas in martial arts, “Gracie Jiu Jitsu is the best,” or “10th Planet is the best.” People get caught up in thinking of lists […]

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Ep. 122, Coffee On this episode of The Paleo View, Stacy and Sarah catch up and get ‘back to basics’ with their discussion, covering how coffee fits into a healthy lifestyle. Click the picture above to be taken to iTunes  or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player below If you enjoy the show, please […]

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Tired of wild turkey?  Gasping at wild goose?  Not to worry! Just because these two protein options are, in fact, quite Paleo friendly, healthy choices, it doesn’t mean you can’t go with something a bit more off the beaten path when it comes to preparing an unforgettably delicious feast. In fact, since the holiday season […]

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We’re getting ready to pack our bags and hit the road! Stephanie Gaudreau from the awesome Stupid Easy Paleo & upcoming Performance Paleo Cookbook and I are partnering up in January 2015 to travel the west coast together to share key highlights from our books, answer your questions personally, and get plenty of time to say hello and chat! We […]

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