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All Day Energy Cherry Mint Turkey Balls

All Day Energy Cherry Mint Turkey Balls

Turkey is a great source of protein and high-quality fat. Paired with steamed vegetables or a fresh, garden salad, our Cherry Mint Turkey Balls offer enticing flavors and clean-burning, all day energy. Wait a second. Doesn’t eating turkey induce sleepiness? This urban legend, most likely inspired by our inclination for napping after Thanksgiving meals, actually […]

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Vitamin and Nutritional Supplements Increase Chronic Disease Morbidity (Incidence) and Mortality (Death)

Vitamin and Nutritional Supplements Increase Chronic Disease Morbidity (Incidence) and Mortality (Death)

The Nutritional Supplement Mentality When you start eating Paleo, you simply won’t require vitamin or mineral supplements.13 In fact, except for fish oil and vitamin D, if you choose to take antioxidant and/or B vitamins, you will increase your risk of cancer, heart disease and dying from all causes combined. One of my first jobs […]

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What Exactly ARE You Eating?

What Exactly ARE You Eating?

Many Americans subsist primarily on a processed food diet,1 and more importantly, they do not realize what exactly they’re consuming.2 In fact, a very important and so far, criminally under looked recent study, revealed consumers drinking soda were ingesting more fructose than labels showed.3 Many sodas, and other sweetened beverages, such as juices (which are […]

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Szechuan Coconut Pork Stew

Szechuan Coconut Pork Stew

Pork is a food particularly rich in B-vitamins. While many suggest cereal grains to be high in B-vitamins, and critics claim their exclusion can promote vitamin deficiencies, they’re implicitly referring to B-vitamins. But are cereals really so rich in B-vitamins? Uncooked cereals are, but when a 100-gram portion of raw pork is compared with a […]

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Smoked Trout Salad

Smoked Trout Salad

Congratulations to July’s Recipe Contest Winner Daniel! A subtle hint of smoky flavor paired with poached quail eggs makes this trout salad a mouth-watering summer dish. 1. Peel the sweet potato then using the peeler make thin slices, the length of the vegetable, and steam these wafers for 90 seconds. Carefully lay the steamed slices […]

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Sleep Loss: Why It’s Making You Fat

Sleep Loss: Why It’s Making You Fat

As children, we never think about something as simple as sleep. We wake up in the morning, full of energy, and fall asleep soundly at night, with no problems to waver us from our slumber. However, as we age, many problems get in the way of a good night’s rest. Besides the startling fact that […]

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Island Chicken

Island Chicken

Chicken is one of the most versatile foods on The Paleo Diet menu. This summer island chicken is simple and easy to prepare and can be either baked or grilled. Be sure to use free range, organic chicken to ensure a healthy meal. Pair with a Paleo salad and fresh summer fruit for a delicious […]

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Real World Eating Paleo, Real World Results

Real World Eating Paleo, Real World Results

I rather enjoyed the “Long-term effects of a Palaeolithic-type diet in obese postmenopausal women: a 2-year randomized trial” study comparing two very different diets. Both consumed ad libitum, for TWO YEARS.1 “Ad libitum” means the participants were instructed on which foods to eat, but not how much. The results reflect, more or less, how these […]

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CARROT COCONUT LEMONGRASS SOUP: AN ATHLETE-FRIENDLY RECIPE

CARROT COCONUT LEMONGRASS SOUP: AN ATHLETE-FRIENDLY RECIPE

In The Paleo Diet for Athletes, we lay out a comprehensive dietary strategy for performance athletes based on the principles of the Paleo Diet, but with minor adjustments.1 Athletes push themselves to physiological extremes rarely experienced by our distant ancestors. Accordingly, they have slightly different nutritional needs compared to non-athletes. Meals consumed before training should […]

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Flour Fortification with Folic Acid: Good Idea or Bad Idea

Flour Fortification with Folic Acid: Good Idea or Bad Idea

Folic Acid Supplementation and Fortification In 1947 scientists at Lederle Labs synthesized a compound called folic acid that had never previously existed on our planet. No human prior to 1947 had ever ingested this artificial substance. Exactly 51 years later in 1998, The Food and Drug Agency (FDA) mandatorily legislated that the entire U.S population […]

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