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Recipe: Vegetable Coconut Curry

If you’ve been craving some international flavor in your dining adventures, look no further than this amazing dish.  The cooking aromas alone will have you planning your next trip to Marrakesh!  We don’t think we could pack more nutritional benefits into one dish with its spices and endless bounty of veggies.  Our Paleo warriors like to serve this one up as an all-in-one meal in a bowl.  Simple and Delicious!    INGREDIENTS:  2 tablespoons unrefined coconut oil  1 cup each of the following… broccoli florets, Shiitake mushrooms, sweet potatoes, and rainbow carrots. Carrots and sweet potatoes should be peeled and sliced into 1-inch chunks. 

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Can Omega-3 Fatty Acids Help with Obesity and Metabolic Disorders?

Fish oil supplements remain one of the most popular ways to help maintain good health.[1] For years, the buzz has been that omega-3 fatty acids can help with a wide variety of conditions, ranging from preventing cognitive decline, to aiding with fat loss, and even to helping with brain and eye development.[2] And that’s just a few. There are a wide variety of other benefits to omega-3 fatty acids including good skin, aiding with sleep, and even helping with arthritis.[3]   What Are Omega-3 Fatty Acids? Omega-3 supplements generally include two primary forms: EPA and DHA, which stand for eicosapentaenoic

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Recipe: Brussels Sprouts Salad

Looking for a new twist on your Paleo Diet® salad menu? This unique mix of brussels sprouts and fresh natural flavors is sure to please even the pickiest eaters at your table.  Short on time? Some local grocery stores feature pre-sliced veggies to make the preparation simple and quick.  We love the nutrient dense offering packed into this delightful dish.  Serve it up tonight as the perfect way to top off your day!   Ingredients 1 lb brussels sprouts ends trimmed 1 tbsp avocado oil 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/2 red onion sliced 2 tbsp organic natural dried cranberries

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Healthy Aging: Paleo vs. the growing shortage of nurses

Is it possible to run short of nurses? What would that look like? And how would their scarcity impact pre- and recent-retirees who have enjoyed lifelong easy access to adjunct healthcare staff? Unfortunately, all you have to do is look around you today, especially in the large but increasingly shaky long-term care industry. This “final destination” for the infirm elderly is already chronically short of nursing staff. According to McKnight’s News Service, 63 percent of facility nursing directors say they don’t have enough staff for proper care.[16]  Patients can be turned away, face substandard (even neglectful) care, or ultimately be

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Recipe: Paleo Warrior’s Mongolian Beef

Fire up the wok and get ready for a Paleo meal filled with an incredible infusion of proteins and spices.  This fast and easy to prepare dish, makes the perfect meal when paired with your favorite cauliflower rice dish.  Double the recipe for plenty of leftovers to pack for the next day’s lunch or serve for dinner.  We think this dish tastes even better on day 2!    Ingredients  1.5 pounds grass fed sirloin steak, cut into 1/4-inch thick pieces  2 teaspoons arrowroot  4 tablespoons avocado oil, divided  1 teaspoon sesame oil  4 cloves garlic, minced  2 teaspoons fresh ginger, grated  4 whole dried chili

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Gut Health and Brain Function

About two years ago, my husband and I did DNA tests.      The raw data received was interesting, including finding out exactly what percentage of my ancestry actually is Norwegian (less than I thought) as well as the option to “trace parts of my ancestry to a specific group of individuals from 1,000+ years ago” and more. It wasn’t until we had our raw data interpreted through Promethease (1), a literature retrieval system that builds a personal DNA report based on connecting a file of DNA genotypes to the scientific findings cited in SNPedia and took this report to

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Recipe: Sheet Pan Pork and Asian Vegetables

One dish meals, served up in bowls, are a frequent go-to for those following The Paleo Diet® lifestyle.  Avoid the salt and other non-Paleo additives by preparing this version right at home.  And if you need to save time on the prep, you can find fresh, spiralized veggies in the produce section of most local grocers.  This delicious dish has everything and is packed with protein, veggies, and nutrients. Not to mention the savory sauce will have you coming back for more.   Ingredients: 2 sweet potatoes, spiralized 3 large carrots, spiralized 1 onion, peeled and spiralized 2 tbsp avocado

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Dr Loren Cordain’s Interview on the Primal Blueprint Podcast

Listen to Dr Loren Cordain in his recent interview with Elle Russ on the Primal BluePrint Podcast. From the podcast: Elle Russ chats with Dr. Loren Cordain – the world’s foremost authority on the evolutionary basis of diet and disease. Featured on Dateline NBC, the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, Dr. Loren Cordain is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s leading experts on the natural human diet of our Stone Age ancestors. He is the author of more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and abstracts, and his research into the health benefits of Stone Age

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Recipe: Surf and Turf Paleo-Style

Nothing warms our souls while filling us up with a healthy dose of protein and spices than this delicious combination of sausage and clams. The cooking aromas alone will have your mouth watering in no time.  Pair it with some fresh greens and you’ve got the perfect meal, sure to please everyone at your table! Ingredients:  2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil (for cooking sausage) 1/2 pound fresh Paleo friendly sausage* 1 large sweet onion, diced 4 Roma tomatoes, seeded and diced 1 cup fire roasted crushed tomatoes 4 cloves garlic, thinly sliced 1 teaspoon smoked paprika 1 teaspoon crushed

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Healthy Aging: popular nutritional science vs. (Paleolithic) common sense — which should you trust?

As we age, good health—or lack thereof—increasingly defines the remainder of our lives. What we eat or don’t eat is a big part of this. Wise food choices rely on accurate scientific information. But how reliable is the “food science” available to most of us?  We often look to popular media—which is full of spin, misinterpretation, or fumbled facts. And the science behind most print, TV, online or social media “info bites” is often itself sloppy and biased. Punching through this double layer of outdated preconceptions, misinformation, lazy science (and lazy reporting) isn’t easy. One answer is common-sense eating (like

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Nell’s Corner: How Healthy are Those Healthy Snacks?

Are Vegan, Nacho “Cheeze” Flavored, non-GMO, soy, dairy and nut-free, USDA Organic Certified kale chips all they’re cracked up to be? Gone are the days when the line between healthy and so unhealthy was a glaring red divide. Think back to a time when one might wander into any run of the mill grocery store and could either opt for one of two choices: Go down the into the small health food section(a concept I always found odd; if that was health food, what would the rest of the contents in the store be classified as anyway?) or produce section

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Start Your Day Off Right – Sweet Potato and Turkey Hash

Eating the way your Paleolithic ancestors did is an incredible way to cut the carbs and make sure you’re getting enough protein which is especially important if you’re trying to build muscle. The Paleo Diet® is a revolution in how we think about food and is helping thousands of people escape from the world of enriched flour and refined sugar that seems to have taken over modern eating habits. Whether you wake up ravenous or have trouble eating anything before 10 AM, this Paleo breakfast recipe is sure to please your palate and your stomach.   Ingredients (adjust for servings):

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Rocky Mountain High Trout

Who says fishing for trout can only be done in the warmer months of the year?  In Colorado, home of The Paleo Diet®, there’s nothing better than a fresh catch at high altitude in the middle of winter! Check out the photo to the right of Kenny Cordain holding a 14.5-pound wild Mackinaw pulled up through two feet of ice from frozen alpine waters at 9000 feet. Worth all the effort for the high yield of multiple Omega-3 rich fillets to be enjoyed over the next few months.  Trout can be prepared and cooked using a variety of methods. One

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Broiled Oysters Two Ways

Those fortunate to live near an ocean, will most likely be able to buy fresh oysters at local seafood markets. With a little shopping around, most people living inland are able to purchase these delicacies pretty easily as well. Even if the oysters you source are frozen, this recipe proves to be a great way to enjoy this nutrient packed treat. Cooked in the half shell or out, the results will be sure to delight the seafood lovers at your table. Close your eyes and you can almost hear the waves crashing on the beach! Ingredients: 6 large fresh raw

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The Paleo Diet Community Supports One of Our Own

We were recently saddened to learn that our good friend, Eva Twardokens, was seriously injured in a small plane accident in Northern California.  “Eva T” is a former Olympic skier and incredible athlete who is passionate about The Paleo Diet and well known in the Paleo and Cross Fit communities.  Through coaching, speaking, and personal example, Eva has been an inspiration to all of us to work hard to reach our health, fitness and life goals. Our thoughts are with Eva as she begins the long road to recovery.  

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