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Paleo Comfort Foods
2 weeks ago
And now for some Saturday Satire (the email is satire - the purchase is in fact true!). ... See MoreSee Less
Jeff Bezos’ Email to Employees On Amazon’s Purchase of Whole Foods
Team, Today is a significant milestone in the evolution of the Amazon brand. Our offer to purchase W...
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American Comfort Food- TASTE TEST- Part- 1
Indian, Spanish, and Russian trying American Comfort Food. did they like it??
"In one study, participants who increased their protein from 15 percent (the average American’s intake) to 30 percent of total calories naturally reduced their overall caloric intake and saw significant weight loss. Another study showed that high protein intake reduced LDL (bad) cholesterol and reduce abdominal fat. In those with type 2 diabetes, high-protein diets (25 percent—32 percent of caloric intake) led to weight loss and lower blood pressure and HbA1C levels, the long-term measure of blood sugar. High-protein diets have also been shown to be beneficial for bone health. Eating too little can lead to fatigue, weight gain, and hair loss."Meat - it does a body good! ... See MoreSee Less
This RD Thinks You Should Be Eating Twice As Much Protein For Optimal Health. Here's Why
A registered dietitian dives into the myths and realities of protein consumption.
We can't wait! ... See MoreSee Less
Nom Nom Paleo - Michelle Tam
Ready or Not, here we come!
1 month ago
Jason Seib - AltShift is a phenomenal human being who has created a really amazing resource in his book, Body Beliefs. We have it in hard copy and you'd better believe we are going to take him up on his generous offer here with the digital download. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by downloading this outstanding book, so take him up on his generosity! http://altshiftdiet.com/bodybeliefs ... See MoreSee Less
Fantastic weekend in Austin!https://paleocomfortfoods.com/uncategorized/2017-paleo-fx-review/ ... See MoreSee Less
2017 Paleo F(x) Review - PaleoComfortFoods.com
Paleo f(x)™ 2017 once again ROCKED! Our family is still, for the most part, in “divide & conqu...
Have you tried Romanesco broccoli (aka Romanesco cauliflower)? Aesthetically speaking, it's my most favorite vegetable. #vegetables #realfood #prettyfood #nofilter ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
Anyone out there find relief/cure/help from doing something others have said was "quackery" or "not scientifically proven?" *A few months after our second was born, I had debilitating pain in my neck/back/shooting down my arm. I went to one chiropractor I had seen during my pregnancy with no significant relief, then to an orthopedic specialist who put me on a physical therapy regimen. Nothing was helping and the pain was so bad I was fearful picking up my children (and two pain-med-free births, I can say I have a high pain tolerance)! Then I recalled a chiropractor who specialized in "orthospinology." After a few visits, the pain was pretty much gone. Nothing else had changed. No drugs. Nada. There are no published studies in JAMA or anything like that to say that this technique works for neck and back pain, but it worked for me. *When you read stories like Dr. Terry Walls', it really begs the question of "why not try?" Especially when all else fails, or certainly when there's not a huge financial risk in giving another approach a shot (e.g. Eliminating gluten containing grains, dairy, refined foods to see if that might alleviate certain ailments). *"What if you or your child had a chronic illness that seriously limited or threatened life, and modern medicine had no effective or acceptable treatments to offer? Would you be willing or desperate or brave enough to step outside the realm of established medicine and seek help from an unconventional therapist — even someone with no medical or scientific training?What if you heard about others in a similar situation who had tried a purported remedy that appeared to work, or the method seemed to make biological sense?" ... See MoreSee Less
Hitting a Medical Wall, and Turning to Unproven Treatments
A new book details the cases of families that step outside the realm of established medicine because...
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Wired to Eat and NutPods giveaway!
There is more to weight loss than just eating and exercise. New York Times bestselling author Robb W...
Those of you looking for a healthy alternative to Lunchables for the kiddos: here you go. Super excited about this new offering from The Good Kitchen! ... See MoreSee Less
We are excited to announce a solution for the young 'uns. "The Lunchbox" was developed by our chefs ...
Let's talk hard boiled eggs, since many folks might be doing some dyeing this weekend (and please check out that awesome post from Sustainable Dish - Diana Rodgers, RD on some natural dye choices).*We HIGHLY suggest doing the steam method to cook your eggs. We use our Instant Pot with eggs from our own hens (eggs we cooked today were about 7 days old), and I've never had such easy-to-peel eggs (note: when I tried eggs that were just laid that day, they were a real bugger to peel. A little age does make the eggs more peel-able). Evidently, steaming is the best way to make your eggs easy to peel.*Here's our #instantpot method:*1. Place 1 cup of cold water into the pot.2. Place the trivet that came with the IP or a steamer basket of sorts into the pot. 3. Put as many large eggs (that fit in a single layer) onto the trivet (for us it was 12 or 13).4. Place the lid onto the IP, and make sure the valve is set to pressure.5. Adjust the pressure to low pressure and time to anywhere from 5 to 8 minutes (depends on how well done you like your yolks). 6. When the time is up, use the quick pressure release method (open the valve to venting). When fully depressurized, use some tongs to remove the eggs and place them in an ice water bath until completely cool.7. Refrigerate until ready to dye or make some deviled eggs (that's our next post)! *Happy Good Friday/Easter Weekend to all those who observe! (Picture: the difference between factory farm eggs and eggs from chickens out on pasture. This photo has not been color edited in any way!) ... See MoreSee Less
3 months ago
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Cosmo’s new weight loss tip? Get cancer
Cosmopolitan shocked readers on Tuesday and it wasn't with one of the magazine's famous sex tips.
Exciting day on the farmstead as we welcomed this new little one to the land. Pretty amazing that these creatures figure out how to stand just minutes after birth! ... See MoreSee Less
Costco making sure people are getting their hands on @dasrobbwolf's newest book 📚 - and for a great price. #wiredtoeat #getit ... See MoreSee Less
See the very thick, taller, lush grass? That's what happens when you have chickens on that piece of land for 24 hours. You can actually see the square marks of exactly where the chicken tractors were this past fall. Chicken poop makes wonderful fertilizer, and these pictures show just that! #soilhealth #animalinput #nitrogen #nochemicals #pastureraised ... See MoreSee Less
Have you gotten your copy yet? Anyone doing the #7daycarbtest? ... See MoreSee Less
A Closer Look at Wired to Eat with author Robb Wolf - Books for Better Living
In his latest book, Wired to Eat, Robb Wolf shares a customized way of eating that may be the key to...
The busier we get, the more people we usually have to thank. It's been a very busy few weeks as the farming, booking and kid chasing has reached all time highs. Thank you Robb, Savory Institute, White Oak Pastures, Polyface Farm, Sustainable Dish - Diana Rodgers, RD, Scottie Mayfield, Holly Thompson Neumann, Fresh Eggs, Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, Nicki Violetti and a whole host of others that have brought so much goodness into our world!https://paleocomfortfoods.com/uncategorized/much-new-many-thank-notes/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Why More Farmers are Making The Switch To Grass-Fed Meat And Dairy
Advocates of grass-grazing cattle say it's better for the environment and the animals. But there's a...
We have ourselves a winner! Congrats to Lillie and to Robb on the release of Wired to Eat!http://robbwolf.com/2017/03/21/winner-winner-maybe-a-chicken-dinner/ ... See MoreSee Less
Winner Winner…maybe a Chicken Dinner?
We have a winner for our 12 inch giveaway!
Today is the day! #wiredtoeat officially releases, and you NEED THIS BOOK. While RobbWolf.com is the "Paleo godfather" of sorts, you may be surprised to find that this book is far beyond paleo. And yes, Robb, next time we collaborate it's got to be on an island! 🌴🌴Go get yours! http://amzn.to/2n4EXxe ... See MoreSee Less
Happy book birthday eve to the one and only Robb Wolf (RobbWolf.com). If you didn't pre-order yours already, get yours tomorrow wherever amazing books are sold. Trust us, you're going to want to add this one to your book case/nightstand/e-reader/pretty much all over your house. Hooray, Robbeeee! ... See MoreSee Less
It's almost (or in some cases, already is) here! Go seek and find and acquire this book! ... See MoreSee Less
Instagram post by Carolyn Dolan • Mar 19, 2017 at 6:17pm UTC
0 Likes, 1 Comments - Carolyn Dolan (@renosoar) on Instagram: “Sooo excited for this!! @dasrobbwol...
Breakfast hash with poached egg before crossfit ... See MoreSee Less
Oh Boy! A Friday night surprise for all you folks looking for a few sweet additions to your kitchen!http://robbwolf.com/2017/03/17/do-you-want-12-inches-of-iron/ ... See MoreSee Less
Do You Want 12 Inches of Iron?
Win two autographed books and 12 inches of hard iron to play with.
and now for your FriJoy moment. You're welcome! Happy Friday! ... See MoreSee Less
You're watching a dog eating a carrot right now. You've made a great decision.