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Spicy Buffalo Chicken Meatballs


Healthy Aging: Study shows high-carbohydrate diets promote dementia

Independent science continues to demonstrate the long-term negative health impact of a high-carbohydrate diet. It has already been linked to diabetes, heart disease, metabolic syndrome, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and other ills. Now, a grain- and sugar-rich conventional Western diet has been shown to

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Lemon Chicken with Artichoke Hearts


Is Gluten-Free Really Gluten-Free?

Do you follow a gluten-free diet?  If so, you’re not alone. Over 3.1 million people across the United States follow a gluten-free diet and 72 percent of them are classified as “PWAGs”—people without celiac

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Primavera Pork Tenderloin


Paleolithic aging: Exercise for brain, biceps, and longevity

The ideal diet remains controversial in health circles, but the benefits of exercise are almost universally acknowledged. And while many associate exercise with weight loss or toning up, evidence is quietly accumulating that our brains and immune systems need it as much as our glutes, abs, and pectorals.  A November

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New study details how our brains are wired to crave certain foods

When we hear the word addiction, many of us think of severe, negative outcomes: drug addiction, alcoholism, even workaholic tendencies. Food, by contrast, is rarely thought of in this same light. The truth is, especially when it is highly processed, highly sweetened food, it can be as addictive as

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Spring Chicken Paleo Style


Could diet shape the proper development of our teeth and jaws as we grow?

The science is clear: processed foods are detrimental to our health. Now, a new article in the April 2020 issue of Scientific American suggests that processed foods may undermine our health in ways we may not have previously considered, particularly our oral health.(1)   Teenagers

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Recipe: Garlic Shrimp with Paleo Risotto


Sustainable Eating for Sustainable Health

Sustainable: able to be maintained at a certain rate or level. On the topic of sustainable eating, what comes to mind? Perhaps your immediate thought is of impact the foods

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Avocado Asparagus Soup


Key Nutrient Series: The Role of Sodium and Potassium in Our Diet

  The question of how much salt we should eat has become one of the biggest debates in the Paleo community—and it’s a debate that shouldn’t even exist. Some in the community have started to argue that not only is the standard U.S. recommendation to

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Does a Low-Salt Diet Cause Insulin Resistance?

[Part Three in Our Series on the Importance of Sodium and Potassium In Our Diet] Of all the recent developments in the Paleo nutrition world, perhaps the biggest, and most misguided, is the

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The Sodium/Potassium Ratio and its Importance in Human Health

[Part One in Our Series on the Importance of Sodium and Potassium In Our Diet] When Dr. Loren Cordain first introduced the concept of Paleolithic nutrition, the scientific research illustrated

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