Homemade coconut milk is without a doubt better than canned. It's also GAPS friendly. The thick and creamy consistency depends on the quantity of water used, so experiment to find the consistency that you prefer.
One of the most common concerns of those starting a Paleo diet is that the diet is low in calcium and our bone health will suffer. But is that accurate?
Homemade almond milk is vastly preferable to packaged store bought and the remaining almond pulp can be used to make desserts or savory cheese-like dips.
Carrageenan, an additive commonly found in non-dairy milks such as almond milk and coconut milk, may have an adverse affect on health. Read on for details.
There is a myth out there that dairy foods contribute to osteoporosis by acidifying our bodies. But is this really accurate? Read on for more details.
Lactose intolerance is one of the most common food intolerances. Is true lactose intolerance the cause of digestive distress? Can it be cured?
Coconut milk is often a staple food for those following a Paleo diet. But here are 3 reasons coconut milk may not be your friend.
This week's show focuses on ancestral health (did our Paleo ancestors really die young?) and the differences between Paleo, GAPS and Weston A. Price diets.
One of the most contentious issues in the Paleo nutrition community is whether dairy products are health-promoting or disease-causing.