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Cauliflower Buddha Bowl

This easy-to-assemble bowl combines healthful greens with a bit of sweet and sour from the lime and the blueberries… and the decadent smoothness and flavor of coconut cream. You can […]

Chicken, Apple & Kale Salad

Ingredients: Enjoy this easy salad with leftover chicken for a fast brown bag lunch! Shredded chicken breasts or leftover baked/grilled chicken pieces 1 cup organic Kale, blanched– or thinly sliced […]
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Are You Making These Paleo & Keto Mistakes?

There are some significant benefits to eating a Paleo diet or even a keto diet. However, what I find is that a lot of people are misguided in how they’re […]
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Pan Fried Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Paleo Bacon

I frequently remind everyone that we need to eat more vegetables, especially cruciferous veggies, so here is a delicious one that is a fast favorite. Everything tastes better with bacon! […]
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Grilled Ribeye with Cauliflower and Balsamic Rainbow Chard

You don’t need a baked potato to have a beautiful and substantial steak dinner! Enjoy these two side dishes for other meals as well. Ribeye Steaks: 2- approx 14-16 oz […]

Is Seafood Good For You?

Cooking a beautiful dinner with vibrant green vegetables and a gorgeous ruby-red wild-caught fillet of salmon sounds like the pinnacle of a perfect Paleo meal. Yes, fish are a great […]

“Just a Little Bit Won’t Hurt Me” – Part 2 – Everyday Toxicity

Last week I talked about a little bit of how foods like gluten, sugar, and dairy can actually make a big difference in how your body’s working. Today I want […]
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How and Why to Feed Your Mitochondria- Supplements and Facts

Do not underestimate the power of mitochondria! When the energy of your cells drops, you begin aging and your body becomes at-risk for chronic disease. Each cell has a power […]

Exercise Each Day May Keep Cancer Away

Exercise reduces the risk of heart disease, but there’s an increase of studies suggesting that it can also reduce the risk of developing several types of cancers. A study conducted […]