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  One thing about being a health blogger that drives me nuts is being asked about supplements. Mostly I don’t like it because I never know what to do or say. According to some studies, certain supplements have certain benefits for certain people, but according to other studies the […] Continue Reading ->
It’s almost August, which means it’s time for the annual “sort of official (but really, you can do it any time) Whole30 sponsored by the good folks at Whole30.com. Since 2009, I’ve completed a handful of Whole30 months, usually when I was (a) trying to get a […] Continue Reading ->
Ital stew is a Jamaican dish aligned with the Rastafarian movement. The word “ital” is derived from the word vital, and is similar to the concept of kosher. Specifically, ital food should be vegetarian, unprocessed, and from the earth. Some believe that even iodized salt should be […] Continue Reading ->
Ital stew is a Jamaican dish aligned with the Rastafarian movement. The word “ital” is derived from the word vital, and is similar to the concept of kosher. Specifically, ital food should be vegetarian, unprocessed, and from the earth. Some believe that even iodized salt should be […] Continue Reading ->
As my husband says, the French have it figured out. Eat eggs for dinner! This salad was so damn good and so easy to make, I think we will make this our new Sunday staple.  Warm Bacon Friseé SaladServes 2 (can easily be doubled)4-6 organic eggs2 Tablespoons […] Continue Reading ->
Before and after I received an email with Paul’s story about how he was tired and overweight. Here’s what happened when he found LCHF: The Email Andreas, I started with LCHF on April 4 of 2012, so it’s been 2 years and 10 days. What can I say, besides I […] Continue Reading ->
So the photos on this post are a hot mess – I didn’t have time to let the three flavors set up right before I had to get the photos finished, so they weren’t firm enough to hold a nice scoop shape. Normally this would bother me […] Continue Reading ->
It’s still mostly fructose. As I mentioned in my lecture on the realities of food addiction, I am often asked whether honey, a common staple in contemporary Paleo Diets, is beneficial. Typically I recommend a diet low in sugar to most clients, because of the addictive and […] Continue Reading ->
    Download Episode Here Featuring guest: Dr. Kenneth Ford Article- Rethinking The Goals of Artificial Intelligence Article – The Advanced Warfighter       30 Day Guide to the Paleo Diet Want some extra help? Have you been trying Paleo for a while but have questions […] Continue Reading ->

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