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Nutrition Blog

  • No Grain. What????

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on July 30, 2012

    No Grains. It is a hard concept for folks to fathom when you tell them that you do not eat grains on Paleo. It is usually followed by the, “can you eat brown rice?” No, it’s a grain. “Can you eat corn?” No, it’s a grain. “What about Whole Wheat, that’s healthy?” No, it’s a […]

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  • One pot meal: Chicken Thai Curry Soup

    By admin | In Nutrition | on July 24, 2012

    Perfect for a weeknight, this spicy Thai curry soup is easy to put together with some pantry staples and any vegetables you have on hand. In 20-30 minutes, you have a meal in a bowl…and the best part, you’re cleaning just one utensil at the end of it!! Ingredients: 2 lbs boneless, skinless chicken thighs […]

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  • Do you think with your stomach?

    By admin | In Nutrition | on July 19, 2012

    Hi everyone, this blog post is an introduction to the Gut-Brain axis. What is it? Why is it important? How does it relate to our paleo lifestyle? What is the paleo diet and lifestyle? The paleo diet can be broadly described as a diet that includes local, pastured, wild caught meat and fish, eggs, seasonal […]

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  • The July 4 pool party last week at my friends Jess and Tanner’s place had this amazing spread– deviled eggs, slaw with homemade mayo, burgers and frozen watermelon and cantaloupe balls. The most popular item on the menu was dessert: almond butter cookies topped with cream and strawberries! This wasn’t some sort of “paleo” meet […]

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  • Grilled Chicken with Blueberry Sauce

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on July 5, 2012

    I love summer. Fresh, seasonal fruits and veggies and grilled food – a Foodie’s dream. When recently shopping at our local farmer’s market, there are loads, and loads of fresh blueberries right now. Big, plump, juicy blue goodness. We cannot get enough of them. Here is a recipe that thinks outside of the box a […]

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  • Eating Seasonally for the Summer

    By admin | In Nutrition | on June 27, 2012

    When you walk in to a supermarket today, you can probably find every major fruit and vegetable in stock, flown in from different corners of the world. Global trade is great! But, should you care about eating what’s “in season” and grown locally? Freshness: Produce that’s in season and grown locally is most flavorful, fresh […]

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  • Combating the Chips and Soda Cravings this Summer

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on June 19, 2012

    At pool parties, barbecues or with your kids at the park, it can get pretty tempting to stray into that bag of chips or reach for that chilled diet coke. You wish eating healthy was that convenient? Well, it can be! Here are some ideas for snacks and drinks that require minimal preparation but give […]

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  • A Tool to Make Meal Planning a Cinch

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition, Uncategorized | on June 15, 2012

    More and more Paleo recipes and blogs are popping up. And with Pinterest gaining popularity, you can find yummy Paleo and Whole 30 recipes to try. But, if you were like me, organizing all this was a nightmare. To make the transition from my computer to the stove, I often would print them off and […]

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  • Fritatta Italiano

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on June 7, 2012

    What did you have for breakfast? This is what I had this morning. With a bunch of leftovers you can make a yummy, pretty quick breakfast. Fritatta Italiano 1/2 lb pork sausage, browned 1 TBSP olive oil 2 TBSP fresh minced garlic 2-3 tomatoes seeded & diced, or 1/2 can of tomatoes 1/2 onion, diced […]

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  • This weekend, we celebrate Memorial Day. Thank you to all those who serve in our Armed Forces either currently or in the past. It is because of your sacrifice that we can experience this great freedom in our country. But this weekend also starts the summer season. Grilling, cookouts, yummy fresh fruits and veggies…oh, how […]

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  • Roasted Beets with Orange and Thyme

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on May 18, 2012

    Spring is almost over, and I am sad. But, one of my favorite vegetables taste best in late spring when harvested. BEETS. I love beets. Growing up, we only used to buy them from the deli counter as pickeled (and of course with some egg). That is all I knew about beets growing up. Then […]

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