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I’m on a pretty serious Candida detox. I plan on talking about that in more detail later, when I have the guts to put it all down on paper, or I guess…in a blog post. For now, I’ll just say, it’s so not pretty. In fact, it’s […] Continue Reading ->
Hey Peeps! Sorry I missed Meatball Monday this week – we’ve been out of town a lot, and my schedule is a little crazy lately! I’m hoping things will settle down soon so I can get back into a regular routine – especially since I did a […] Continue Reading ->
goose fat can withstand a very high heat – which makes it the perfect choice for crispier roasties Remember that scene in Sleepless in Seattle when a grieving Tom Hanks is reminscing about his dead wife and the way she could “peel an apple, in one long […] Continue Reading ->
The post The Microscopic Danger Lurking in Grains and Peanuts appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. Maybe you’ve already given up corn, wheat, peanuts, or and other grains. After all, they’re not very nutritious to begin with. But if you are still eating any of those foods, here […] Continue Reading ->
Maybe you’ve already given up corn, wheat, peanuts, or and other grains. After all, they’re not very nutritious to begin with.   But if you are still eating any of those foods, here is a bit more cause for concern: Masked Mycotoxins Are Efficiently Hydrolyzed by Human […] Continue Reading ->
I’m the room parent for my oldest daughter’s class this year.  Next week will be the first class party of the year and I was faced with the challenge of a Fall/Halloween-themed edible craft that both the kids would love and that I would feel good about. […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post by Kate Galliett, creator of The Unbreakable Body, an online strength and mobility program that closes registration tonight (10/22/14). Getting injured is a very common issue, both at the general population level and the elite level. An injury can be a major sideline […] Continue Reading ->
I had a really wonderful time learning all the ins and outs of grass-fed and grass-finished meats. I spent some time doing interviews and really getting to the bottom things and what all the different terms meant. How important for us all to know and thank you […] Continue Reading ->
It may come as a surprise to you that our brain handles the foods we ingest differently.1 Less of a surprise is the brain’s response to foods in obese individuals compared to healthy.2 Obesity (Silver Spring). Oct 2011; 19(10): 2019–2025. Physiol Behav. Feb 17, 2013; 0: 122–128. […] Continue Reading ->

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