What’s Up Weekly with Diane | June 15th, 2016

Diane Sanfilippo: Paleo Nutritionist | Food Allergies | Gluten Free | Crossfit Nutrition – “Here is your “What’s Up Weekly” for last week! Quick Links: New Recipe Share: Mustard Glazed Chicken Thighs New on the 21DSD Blog: Recipe Round-up #1 Join the July 21-Day Sugar Detox OMG – The Beautycounter Charcoal Mask has arrived! Balanced Bites Podcast Episode #246 – Paleo FX Recap, Gut Bacteria, & C-Sections Instagram Highlights: Our European Vacation NEW RECIPE SHARE: Mustard-Glazed …
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Top 8 Changes Coming to Nutrition Labels

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Mark’s Daily Apple – After years of committees, debates, panels, “consensus-building” retreats, and literature reviews, the FDA has finalized the new nutrition label guidelines. Packaged food companies have two years to incorporate the new labels. At that point, anything in a package that humans eat must have labels that reflect these changes. You’re probably skeptical. I was. The FDA doesn’t have […]… Read more

Top 15 Calcium-Rich Foods (Many Are Non-Dairy)

Authority Nutrition – You have more calcium in your body than any other mineral, and it’s very important for health. It makes up much of your bones and teeth, and plays a role in cardiovascular health, muscle function and nerve signaling. The recommended daily intake (RDI) of calcium is 1,000 mg per day for most adults. It is […]

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Grilled Pineapple Jalapeño Margaritas

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PaleOMG – Paleo Recipes – Guess what? We are finally married! I say that because we officially had our LAST party celebrating our nuptials. With any of these events like getting married or having babies or whatever else, there are always about a million parties […]… Read more

Do We Need a Sugar Tax? Why Food Freedom Matters

Robb Wolf | The Paleo Solution book and podcast | Paleolithic nutrition, intermittent fasting, and fitness
Robb Wolf | The Paleo Solution book and podcast | Paleolithic nutrition, intermittent fasting, and fitness – Philadelphia is expected to pass a city-wide tax on soda this week. It’s unclear exactly where these funds will go. The potential tax money was originally marketed as a way to increase dollars for kids, mostly in the form of more pre-K programs, but recently the mayor announced the money will balance the city budget. In…… Read more

NuSI Hall Study: No Ketogenic Advantage (ICO 2016)

Primal Wisdom – “Dr. Yoni Freedhoff interviews Dr. Kevin Hall at #ICO2016 in Vancouver, 1 May 2016.  First presentation of “definitive” NuSI (Gary Taubes) metabolic ward results. Conclusion: no metabolic advantage to ketogenic diet. Carb-Insulin theory of obesity falsified.  Study was funded jointly by Taubes’s NuSI and the NIH.”  Note that Hall found that the rate of fat loss was slower during the ketogenic phase than during the previous high carbohydrate phase although both phases were equally hypocalor… Read more

Pulled Beef Shepherd’s Pie

Paleo Diet Lifestyle | Paleo diet Tips & Recipes – Need something to do with your pulled beef? Try baking it into a pie! Shepherd’s pie is a savory main…
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Street Workout: Bodyweight Calisthenics for Primal Strength

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Mark’s Daily Apple – The following guest post from Al Kavadlo & Danny Kavadlo is adapted from their book STREET WORKOUT and is published with permission from Dragon Door Publications. Enjoy! In the beginning, we crawled. We hunted. We climbed. We played. We did a lot of things. Early man used his arms, legs and entire body every time he pulled […]… Read more

Roasted Cabbage Steaks

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The Domestic Man – I’ll admit it – sometimes it’s hard to get excited about cabbage. I think this recipe will change your mind a little bit. Roasting the cabbage provides for a subtly sweet flavor, and slicing it into thick steaks gives them an unexpected heft. That’s not to say that cabbage is without merit. For starters, it’s […]… Read more