Peppermint Mocha

Peppermint Mocha. This yummy Peppermint Mocha recipe was shared with me by my sister-in-law Rena Hodel! She says, “I feel very tempted and lured in by the coffee house drinks.  I usually suffer from a sugar overload induced headache when I indulge.  So, I have been working on a paleo version of some of my favorites.  Here…

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Paleo Pumpkin Pie

A Little Pumpkin History Before There Was Pumpkin Pie, There Was Just Pumpkin. The word pumpkin originated from the Greek word Pepõn which means large melon. The word gradually morphed by the French, English and then Americans into the word “pumpkin.” Pumpkins and squash are believed to have originated in the ancient Americas. These early…

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Paleo Pulled Pork

This DELICIOUS Paleo Pulled Pork recipe was shared with me by Megan Forbes of Forbes Nutritional Consulting! Did you love this recipe? Don’t miss a single one!! Join today and get your FREE copy of Dr. Jill’s Paleolicious Snack Ideas! You will find on JillCarnahan.com that we have many other great recipes on offer, so head on over…

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Mineral Rich Nettles Pesto

Mineral Rich Nettles Pesto was originally posted on Andrea Beaman.  Rather than taking a mineral supplement and protein powder, you can get a BIG hit of nutrition by eating stinging nettles. Considered a weedy invasive plant by the US Forest Service, stinging nettles (Urtica dioica) is highly nutritious with a high protein and amino acid profile that is nutritionally superior to…

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Mexican Omelet

Mexican Omelet. There’s nothing better than starting your day off healthy. Add some flavor to your morning routine by making a Mexican Omelet for breakfast! Using wholesome ingredients like avocados, eggs, and olive oil, this Mexican Omelet recipe is a great paleo and gluten-free breakfast option that will keep you full! This delicious recipe is by Conner Middelmann-Whitney, Nutrition Coach at Modern…

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