Build a Badass Business Podcast #39: Should you sell something high or low-priced first?

Diane Sanfilippo: Paleo Nutritionist | Food Allergies | Gluten Free | Crossfit Nutrition – Topics: Coming soon!  Join the FaceBook group to get in on the conversation : Facebook, Build a Badass Business And come follow me on Periscope! I’ve been posting videos often, and would love for you to hop on and interact with me, LIVE! Download the free Periscope app, then find me by searching “Diane Sanfilippo.” Replays […]
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Chicken Chowder

Popular Paleo
Popular Paleo – Hello, fall. It’s time for roasted meats and vegetables, and certainly time for soups and chowders.  One of the things I love most about Paleo is the sneaky way we can get basket-loads of vegetables in to each day. This chowder is a great way to do just that. Surprise: it’s thickened by pureeing vegetables! […]… Read more

Rice Paper Rolls

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Fast Paleo – This is Rice Paper Rolls, I am still learning when it comes to writing up our meals, I just make them. I must get better at taking notes and writing instructions. I shall do my best today and I will practise. I welcome any feedback. For more click here… Read more

7 Nutrient Deficiencies That Are Incredibly Common

Authority Nutrition – Many nutrients are absolutely essential for good health. It is possible to get most of them from a balanced, real food-based diet. However, the typical modern diet lacks several very important nutrients. This article lists 7 nutrient deficiencies that are incredibly common. 1. Iron Deficiency Iron is an essential mineral. It is a main component […]

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Bento Box – Lunch Box & An Office Reminder

Feel Good Eating
Feel Good Eating – So my sweet and beautiful wifey surprised and bought her men in the house a little lunchbox. My lunches have really shrunk in size, so not only is this handy dandy, but , it works perfectly for my lunch and snack needs. What I really like about this little lunch box is that you can have “wet food” (dressing, sauce, etc) in there, without everything sloshing and mixing together. The other day it was just some hummus, egg salad, lettuce, carrot and a bit of venison dried sausage. The pricing for t… Read more