Recipe: Pan Seared Scallops with Fennel Purée


This post is sponsored by the Paleo Recipe Generator, which features over 700 Paleo recipes personalized to meet your unique needs. Searing not only keeps the scallops juicy, it also gives them a crisp texture. Type of dish: Dinner Servings: 2 Equipment: Medium sized pot with lid, Skillet Ingredients: For the fennel purée: 3 medium sized fennel bulbs, core removed and thinly sliced (save fennel sprigs for garnish) 1 small shallot, peeled and thinly sliced… Read More

RHR: SIBO and Methane—What’s the Connection?


A lot of people might not be familiar with the term methanogen, but it is something that people should be aware of, especially if you have SIBO or suspect you may have SIBO.  We’ve talked about SIBO a lot.  For people new to the show or new to this work, this stands for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.  It’s defined as a pathological increase in bacteria in the small bowel.  As a reminder, we have a… Read More

The Roundup


Here is The Roundup, Edition 39, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past Joy and play are essential to wellness, and it’s not something we often talk about in the Paleo community. It can make a huge difference in our overall health and wellbeing Beyond simple nutrition and exercise, we should always infuse joy into our food and play into our exercise.. We can do… Read More

RHR: Methylation—What Is It and Why Should You Care?


Methylation is a vital metabolic process that happens in every cell and every organ of our body.  Life would simply not exist without it.  It takes place more than a billion times per second in the body. That should give you some idea of how important methylation is.  Anything that’s happening a billion times per second is probably pretty crucial to our survival and well-being.  It happens when one molecule passes a methyl group, which is… Read More

Recipe: Sweet Potato and Leek Omelet


This post is sponsored by the Paleo Recipe Generator, which features over 700 Paleo recipes personalized to meet your unique needs. There are two ways to make an omelet: the French way, which is very energetic and requires practice, or the laid back, breakfast way. This recipe is the latter. Type of dish: Breakfast, Lunch Servings: 2 Equipment: Skillet Ingredients: 1 TB lard 2 cups (¾ pound) sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into small pieces 1… Read More

RHR: The Evolution of Medicine—How Medicine is Changing to Treat Chronic Illness


I’m really excited to have James Maskell from Functional Forum and Revive Primary Care.  He’s also the director of the Evolution of Medicine Summit just coming up that I’m participating in.  I asked James to come on this show so we could chat about functional medicine and the future of medicine in general, because there are some really big and exciting changes happening in the world of medicine and functional medicine in particular, and James… Read More