The Domestic Man | Gluten-free & Paleo-friendly recipes, inspired by traditional & international cuisines. New recipes every Tuesday. Modern Paleo: Modern Paleo Principles By Diana Hsieh Last Update: 14 March 2010 A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables. Importantly, the paleo approach is an ever-evolving framework of principles for living well, not dogma written in stone by any supposed authority. The following recommendations represent my own grasp of the best practices of the paleo approach to nutrition, fitness, and supplementation. — Diana Hsieh (Ph.D, Philosophy) Modern Paleo Principles: A Work-In-Progress These principles are in a rough order of importance. For further readings relevant to a bullet point, click on "[+/-]" link.
Delighted Momma 5 Fruits and Veggies You've Been Eating Wrong If you're anything like us, you would eat a lot more beets, pomegranates, and kiwis if you could just figure out an easy way to prep them. Luckily, some of our favorite food blogs have come up with pretty ingenious ways to simplify the process. Take a look, then try these tricks for yourself: Mandarin Oranges "I love how peeling an orange gives me sticky hands," said no one, ever. MORE: 4 Genius Ways to Mix Orange and Fennel Beets Raise your hand if you know how to cook beets. MORE: 5 Beet Smoothies We Want to Drink ASAP Pomegranates If you've ever cut a pomegranate in half, then you know that it gets the job done—but there are some casualties along the way (R.I.P., cute T-shirt that got stained with pomegranate juice). MORE: 4 Low-Cal Pomegranate Snacks Kiwis Here's another brilliant tip from the geniuses over at TheKitchn: To make kiwis portable, just cut them in half and then eat the insides with a spoon. Avocados Did you know that half of an avocado is only about 160 calories?
Homepage - Deliciously Organic womenshealthmag By Kissairis Munoz for Greatist What do mac and cheese, stacks of pancakes, and bowls of pasta all have in common? If you answered, "Umm, they're delicious," you'd be right. But they're also heavy in carbs and can leave you feeling tired and annoyed. And while a diet rich in healthy carbohydrates is good for us in moderation, after a long, cold winter, you might be itching to try something fresh for spring. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. …Click HERE for 10 more low-carb substitutes that don’t suck from Greatist! More from Greatist:34 Healthy Breakfasts for Mornings on the RunHow to Do the Perfect Burpee76 Genius Ways to Use Coconut Oil in Your Everyday Life
Paleo Recipes Here it is: The master index to all of my free Paleo recipes that have appeared on Nom Nom Paleo over the years! (If you stumbled on this page while looking for Paleo diet recipes but don’t know what Paleo’s all about, read up on it here.) Want my recipes in a super-powerful, insanely flexible meal planner that’ll allow you to choose and filter ingredients and dishes according to your personal preferences? Go check out the Real Plans meal planning tool—it’s a life changer! Hungry for more? Check out my Webby Award-winning iPad cookbook app—it’s packed with new, exclusive recipes as well as updated versions of some of the classic Nom Nom Paleo dishes found here. No iPad? Now let’s get cooking! Coconut Butter Ghee Guacamole Homemade Vanilla Almond Milk Leon’s Caper and Anchovy Miracle Sauce Magic Mushroom Powder Mango + Avocado Salsa Paleo Cran-Cherry Sauce Paleo Herb Gravy Paleo Mayonnaise Paleo Ranch Dressing Paleo Sriracha Spicy Peach Barbecue Sauce (Peachy Pork-A-Bobs) Tonnato Sauce Umami Gravy
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