Pan Seared Cod with Tomato Basil Sauce

Fresh, wild-caught cod fillets are a favorite at The Paleo Diet. The mild white meat of this ocean fish, conveys a delicate taste of Italy when cooked with this delicious sauce. Pair with fresh greens and a side of grapes for a delightful summer meal. Ingredients For the White Wine Tomato Basil Sauce: 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 2 large cloves (or 3 smaller cloves) garlic, finely minced 1-pint cherry tomatoes, sliced in half 1/4 cup dry white wine (or chicken stock) 1/2 cup fresh basil, finely chopped 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon

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14000 Year Old Bread: Exciting Discovery, but is it Game Changing?

Science is a constantly changing and evolving field. That’s why we live in a world of “theories” and avoid the term “fact.” After all, even Newton’s LAW of gravity was disproved. So, it’s exciting when a discovery is made that updates or challenges our theories. And lately the media has been abuzz because that’s exactly what a team led by Dr Amaia Arranz-Otaegui did with our understanding of bread. Analyzing food remains in a 14,000 year-old fire pit left by Natufian hunter-gatherers northeast of Jordan, Arranz-Otaegui’s team found charred remains of bread-like food. [1] Before this discovery, it was believed

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The Paleo Diet Guide For Summer Family Vacations

Are we there yet? School is out for the summer and it’s time for a family vacation. Traveling with kids can be a terrific way to broaden their horizons and connect with one another. Hungry, cranky, and bored kids can also make being on the road a challenge.  Fortunately, we have a few tips to for traveling with kids, so you can make amazing memories and come back refreshed from your trip.   Focus on Food. Bring snacks! Due to being higher in protein and healthy fats than the standard American diet, The paleo diet is more likely to sustain blood sugar levels between meals.

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Getting the Most Out of Summer with the Paleo Diet

The Paleo Diet and summer are made for each other. Ripe vegetables line the stalls of farmers markets and co-ops alike. The pull to head out for a hike or swim is strong as the sun reaches high in the sky. Farmers Markets and CSAs Farmers markets spring to life in the summer months. Local, organic produce is generally more nutritious than food that has traveled hundreds of miles from mass-produced mono-cropped plots. Improved soil health and reduced travel time typically enhance the nutritional value of the fresh produce at farmers markets. Local Harvest is a great starting point for

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Paleo Tuna Poke Bowl

How does a poke bowl sound right about now?   Let’s start with what it is, exactly: Poke is a raw fish salad served as an appetizer in Hawaiian cuisine, and sometimes as a main course (1). When out and about, it can be tough to find viable options that will fit into your authentic paleo regime, so when something does come across our radar, it’s easy to jump right in. But before you pick up your chopsticks, it’s worth taking the time to consider a few key factors. In this case of the poke bowl, let’s call them the

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Are Fish Good For Us and The Planet?

That has been the essential question I have been asking myself for the last decade during the writing of what is now a trilogy of books about seafood and the ocean. Each of my books has examined this same question from a different angle and along the way my thinking has evolved considerably as I’ve come to know people on the cutting edge of fishing, marine conservation and aquaculture. In my first book, Four Fish: the future of the last wild food I decided to look at the split between wild fish and farmed fish. 100 years ago, nearly everything we

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Coconut Oil: The Ultimate Fat, Or Completely Terrible for You?

        Coconut oil – one of the most popular fats in the modern American lifestyle. Exploding from obscure product to true phenomenon, this tasty treat is also extremely controversial. At the same time that coconut oil saw a huge increase in American consumption, related products (like coconut water) also greatly expanded in popularity. For example, coconut water on its own is now a $300 million dollar per year industry. For a product that barely existed (in terms of sales) a decade ago – this is truly an overnight phenomenon.         But back to coconut oil. It has been called a

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Tips for Paleo Campers

Yes, there are a lot of foods that are normally taken along on camping trips that are not necessarily meant for The Paleo Diet, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy camping and communing with nature. You just need to do it a bit differently, which means bringing along different types of foods and tools to ensure that you can stick to your paleo diet no matter where you end up. Today we’re going to take a look at some tips for anyone who is following The Paleo Diet and is fond of camping. Let’s get started. Invest in

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Chicken Fajita Bowl with Cauliflower Rice

When it comes to chicken, the preparation options and flavor combinations are endless. Meals served as “bowls” are popular choices in many restaurants as they are quick and convenient and can be a complete meal all-in-one dish. The combination of flavors in this Paleo dish will wake up your taste buds in no time. Take it with you to work or school for a delicious lunch time treat! Ingredients 2 large skinless boneless chicken breasts 1 tbsp oil 1 small red onion, sliced thinly 3 bell peppers, red, orange, and yellow 1 cup fresh tomatoes, chopped 1 avocado, peeled, pit removed and sliced 1

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Can the Ketogenic Diet Improve Cancer Therapy?

Interest in the ketogenic diet (KD) is booming. For example, a “ketogenic diet” topic search on Google Trends shows searches have increased ninefold during the past two years. This is remarkable, considering the KD has been around since the 1920s, when it was first introduced as an epilepsy treatment. So why are people suddenly so keto-curious? And why are establishment watchdogs attacking the KD, like US News and World Report, which in January, 2018, ranked the KD dead last on its “Best Diets” list?[1] The answers to these questions probably involve the KD’s recent success in treating a variety of

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