Posts tagged with: Paleo

Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today I had the most delicious breakfast today. Well, all of my meals were yummy, but breakfast was a special treat. Even though it’s best to keep your sugar intake under 5% of...
Continue Reading →
A Comparison of Primal, Paleo and Traditional Foods The world of consumer health and nutrition is filled with diets of every kind.  Over the past several years, three of those diets have become quite popular.  The Primal Blueprint, The Paleolithic...
Continue Reading →
Purchasing a Quarter Grass Fed Beef When we were new to the real food lifestyle one of the first things we realized is that purchasing grass fed beef from a local farmer was way less expensive than buying it at...
Continue Reading →
Are Chickens Vegetarian or Omnivores? At the grocery store I can’t help but notice the cartons of eggs and packages of fresh chicken touting, “Vegetarian Fed!” as if vegetarian fed chickens are something to celebrate.  Am I the only one...
Continue Reading →
Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today Eating a healthy diet doesn’t mean never eating out. Think of the 80/20 rule that says as long as you eat healthy 80% of the time you can relax your standards a...
Continue Reading →
Are Duck Eggs Healthier Than Chicken Eggs? As a lover of real food I am always on the lookout for new, whole foods to try. When our local farmer offered free-range duck eggs in addition to their awesome free-range chicken...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Twelve Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today One awesome thing about eating a real food diet is not counting calories. That’s right! I don’t care how many calories I eat in a day. I don’t think about it and...
Continue Reading →
How To Make Melon Balls Without a Melon Baller Melon balls are a great addition to a summer party spread.  They are adorable and easy to eat.  Skewering different types of melons makes a colorful treat for children.  Freezing skewered...
Continue Reading →
Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today It’s time for the third entry in my real food diary. Guess what, you guys? I still love cheese. Check out what I ate yesterday while keepin’ it real with a real...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Eleven Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today Here’s the second entry in my real food diary. This time bone broth showed up to the nourishing party. If you’ve never tried bone broth check out my easy slow cooker bone...
Continue Reading →
Real Food Diary – What I Ate Today Spoiler Alert: I ate a lot of cheese. Y’all. I love cheese. I love it with my soul. I’m going to call cheese “soul food” from now on. Because it is for...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Ten Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Nine Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Eight Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Seven Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Six Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Five Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Four Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Three Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week Two Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Free Real Food Meal Plans – Week One Whether you’re new to a real food diet or simply need some fresh ideas, my free real food meal plans make your life easier. Each  recipe in this meal planner follows the...
Continue Reading →
Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes Although I am no longer a vegan or vegetarian, I certainly remember how it felt to participate in meat-centered holiday meals with friends and family when I didn’t eat meat. When the standard Thanksgiving centerpiece dish is...
Continue Reading →
  Easy Maple Chocolate Fudge Raise your hand if you love chocolate! When I’m in the mood for chocolate, my easy maple chocolate fudge is my go-to chocolate treat. It’s simple, it’s silky and it’s more decadent and healthy than...
Continue Reading →
The Best Real Food Pumpkin Recipes If there’s one food flavor that has the ability to make me feel cozy and comfy, it’s pumpkin.  Pumpkin, combined with the warmth of pumpkin pie spice flavors like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves,...
Continue Reading →
I have to admit that my easy slow cooker roast recipe was inspired by my own mother. When I was a kid, Sundays meant we had a delicious roast for lunch with leftovers for dinner. Before we left for church my...
Continue Reading →
How To Make A Meal Plan I’ve written before that meal planning is essential to feeding a family on a budget.  Without a meal plan, there is waste, either of food or of money or both.  That’s easy for me say,...
Continue Reading →
Why I Allow My Children To Eat Junk Food Yes. You read that right.I allow my children to eat junk food. Yes, I write about real food and importance of avoiding processed foods and even some foods that people commonly...
Continue Reading →
Ginger Chicken Stir Fry Recipe I don’t make a lot of Asian-inspired dishes, but when I do they usually involve cashews, ginger and rice wine vinegar.  And it’s often some variation of a stir fry. I’m just creative that way. ...
Continue Reading →