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These simple snacks will satisfy your sweet and savory cravings. Make them as described, or make a summer salad by cubing the melon and tossing it with thinly sliced prosciutto, mint and a splash of extra-virgin olive oil. You could also make kebabs by threading cubed melon, […] Continue Reading ->
Cioppino is an Italian-American seafood stew first developed in San Francisco in the late 1800s. Originally made by Italian fisherman who had settled in the region, it was crafted directly on fishing boats using rudimentary cooking tools before making its way into local restaurants and beyond. Much […] Continue Reading ->
At the end of a long day it can be tempting to succumb to a lazy fast food fix rather than stick to Paleo. That’s why we are inviting all of our blogger friends to take part in our Fast & Easy Paleo Recipes Link Party! Fast […] Continue Reading ->
To an egg-loving, almond-butter-demolishing Paleo follower, the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) might seem daunting. Or impossible. Comments such as, “But how can I live without eggs?!” or, “But what am I going to EAT!?” are the first things that come to mind. But as Megan of Health Geek […] Continue Reading ->
I don’t even miss the bun Well we’re back from our Irish trip and along the way I gained many happy memories, a few items of clothing (what? I needed a new dress..ahem) and about 5lbs around the stomach area. In my defence, there was so much […] Continue Reading ->
Book Title: Everyday Paleo – Thai CuisineClick here if you’d like to purchase this book. Book Author: Sarah Fragoso Overview of Book: If you love Thai food, then this book is definitely for you. It’s got everything from oyster sauce (page 58) to mango sticky rice (page […] Continue Reading ->
A Whole9 guest post from Mary Beth LaRue,  yoga teacher, life coach, and the co-founder of Rock Your Bliss. The first yoga class I ever attended was in my college town in Iowa. Somehow I happened on something called “classical yoga” where most donned a long white robe […] Continue Reading ->
Perfect for a busy midweek Paleo dinner, this lovely dish takes but 5 minutes to prepare and 30 minutes to cook. Red snapper is a deliciously reliable whitefish that takes on a flakey texture when cooked. In addition to reducing the risk for heart disease, regular consumption […] Continue Reading ->

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