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The Paleo Review
The Paleo Review - Sometimes, recipes in cookbooks don't have to be difficult or involved to bring a big flavor punch and new variety to your regular menu.  This week's recipe review from Sarah Ballantyne's The Paleo Approach Cookbook is just one of those recipes.  I've always limited radishes to salads and vegetable trays.  Roasting them never crossed my mind, until now.  Shame on me! Because this recipe is so simple, I'm going to be very vague as Sarah has not posted her recipe online. I was extra e... Read more
Norcal Strength and Conditioning
Norcal Strength and Conditioning - Just wanted to give you all a quick reminder that classes are cancelled tomorrow (Saturday) morning for the Fall Challenge. Please come on down and support your gym mates and cheer them on as they complete 3 different workouts. We will also be having a Paleo Potluck too. You are welcome to bring your favorite […]... Read more
Everyday Paleo
Everyday Paleo - I’m literally jumping up and down with excitement right now which is SUPER hard to do while trying to type but I can’t help it!! I’m SO PUMPED!!! Some of you may remember that recently I teamed up with The Trip Tribe and in May we had an EPIC retreat to Italy in which 22 […] Thailand Retreat!!! Join Me in Thailand!!!! is a post from Everyday Paleo - licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License... Read more
Paleo Diet Lifestyle | Paleo diet Tips & Recipes - Lemon, garlic, and red pepper flakes give this chicken an irresistible spicy zing, and the honey tones everything down to manageable levels (not to mention giving the breasts a beautiful golden color). To really ramp up the flavor of the sauce, there’s also a dash of coconut aminos (a Paleo-friendly... The post Sweet Garlic Chicken appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.... Read more
Paleoista - It’s so convenient to pop into the store, grab a small package of organic, pre-washed greens, add some healthy protein and enjoy a quick meal on the go. I suggest it to clients and I do it myself, in a pinch. But there’s a downside, apart from the cost, and the packaging…the risk of soggy, […]... Read more
Mark's Daily Apple
Mark's Daily Apple - It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep […]... Read more
The Paleo Network
The Paleo Network - A while ago I wrote about why I don’t buy ground beef (or any mince meat for that matter). But I love cooking with it. Making it yourself is the only way you can possibly: Know exactly what’s in it Be sure it only contains good cuts of meat Know how fresh it is Know […]... Read more
Paleo Plan
Paleo Plan - People “go Paleo” for many reasons. Some find it through Crossfit, while others try it in an attempt to lose weight, heal their guts, or help chronic disease. Whatever the reason that one follows a Paleo lifestyle, the nagging question of sweets remain: should Paleo people eat them? Paleo purists often insist that even Paleo-approved …... Read more
Paleo Comfort Foods
Paleo Comfort Foods - That petite Canadian Cindy Sexton (PaleoDISH) is about to rock your world with her new book, Paleo Takes 5 - Or Fewer... Read more
- Cinnamon Eats Happy Friday! Boy do I have a treat for you today :) These ‘Pumpkin Pie Spice Squash Crepes’ take some of my favourite food elements from this time of year and puts them into a delicious sweet package for you to enjoy! Not only that but these are super easy to make and are perfect […] The post Pumpkin Pie Spice Squash Crepes appeared first on Cinnamon Eats.... Read more
The Paleo Recipe Book

Paleo Cookbooks - Recipes for the Paleo Diet


The Paleo Recipe Book

Robb Wolf Paleo Guides

What is Paleo

"Paleo" (short for Paleolithic) is an extremely healthy style of eating based on what we evolved to eat such as various meats (beef, poultry, fish, etc.), vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds while excluding grains and sugar.

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