Chicken Satay Wraps


Satays are small pieces of meat grilled on skewers – try these chicken satay wraps for a fun twist! These satays are broiled in the oven, but feel free to grill them as well. Make these wraps a few times and what once seemed complicated will soon become second nature. Type of dish: Lunch Equipment: Mortar and pestle, food processor or blender, baking dish or grill, saute pan Servings: Makes 2 servings Ingredients: For the Satay: 12 eight… Read More

Book Review: Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo

practical paleo

Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites has been a fantastic resource for people looking to learn more about following a Paleo diet and how to maximize their overall health and digestion. I’m a big fan of her blog as well as her podcast, and I’ve been a guest on her show.  She provides excellent information in a way that is easily understood by the general population, making her an asset to the ancestral nutrition community. For these reasons,… Read More

RHR: Testing for SIBO, Graves Disease, and all about Anemia


Another Q&A episode, folks! Remember to tune in next week for our interview with Dr. Alessio Fasano, a pioneer in the fields of gluten intolerance, leaky gut and autoimmunity. In this episode, we cover: 12:39 How to tell if digestive problems are caused by leaky gut, SIBO, or food intolerance 26:25 What to do about Epstein-Barr Virus 32:43 Does a furry tongue mean anything? 35:43 How baby is telling you it’s time for different foods… Read More

Hydration 101: How Much Water Do You Really Need?


Eight ounce glasses of water, eight times per day: this has been the water drinking mantra pushed by health professionals, beverage companies, and popular media for decades. From the number of people sipping on water bottles on a constant basis, it seems like the “drink more water” message is getting through. But is this message accurate? And where did it come from? It may surprise you to learn that there has never been any scientific evidence… Read More

Looking for a great set of new recipes? Enter the Nom Nom Paleo iPad app giveaway!


UPDATE 7/23/2012: Congratulations to the three Nom Nom Paleo iPad app winners Natalie, Kate and Heather! All winners have been contacted. Enjoy the app! Wish you could have Nom Nom Paleo come to your kitchen and walk you through each of her recipes? Well, her app comes surprisingly close to what I imagine that experience would be like. The Nom Nom Paleo iPad app walks you through the process of each and every recipe, with gorgeous… Read More

Longing for a healthy alternative to chips? Try taro chips!


If you’re looking for a healthy safe starch chip, you should absolutely try taro chips. They make a perfect alternative to potato chips and are great for dipping in guacamole or pico de gallo. If you use a mandoline to make these, make sure you use the proper safety guard and perhaps invest in a pair of ! Type of dish: Snack Equipment: Mandoline or peeler, baking sheet Servings: Makes one batch Ingredients: Taro root, peeled Duck fat, lard,… Read More