Paleo Recipes: Lemon and Thyme Broiled Salmon with Blood Orange Salsa

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This is the kind of recipe I love. It comes with zillions of variations so you can adapt it to fit your diet, your mood, what you have on hand. A light, colorful meal that is surprisingly easy to whip together considering the complex play of flavors in the dish.

This recipe is just one of over 200 in The Paleo Mom’s new Paleo Approach Cookbook.

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Paleo Recipes: Barbecue Sauce

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Barbecue sauce without gluten or nightshades? Yes! This barbecue sauce is incredibly flavorful and versatile. Use it to season hamburgers, steak, chicken . . . any meat that you want to grill. It can be stored in the fridge for up to a week or in the freezer for up to two months. Go ahead and make a double or triple batch to have on hand!

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Paleo Recipes: Carob Ganache Mini Tortes

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With this level of simplicity and sophistication, if you guessed this is another winning recipe from Sarah Ballantyne (the Paleo Mom), you got it!

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The Paleo Approach Cookbook Giveaway!

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I have a copy of the not-yet-released copy of The Paleo Approach Cookbook to give away!
Another huge book from Sarah (see my review of The Paleo Approach here), there are 200 recipes using healing foods to autoimmune sufferers, food lists, meal plans and shopping tips. Plus my favorite, time-saving tips, kitchen how-tos!

Be the envy of all your friends
This isn’t released until August 26th, so you could be one of the first to get your hands on a copy of this book!

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The Paleo Approach by Sarah Ballantyne, PhD

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Sarah hasn’t written a book here, she’s written an encyclopedia. This is a massive book, 432 pages, full color and fully indexed.

Fabulous

The Paleo Approach details in enormous, um, detail her recommended approach using mostly diet to stem the symptoms of autoimmune disease.

Except that it’s much more than this.

This book is about the body: how the immune system works; blood sugar regulation; leaky gut; possibly the most comprehensive run down of the hormonal system I’ve read in a popular book.

I also have one copy of The Paleo Approach to giveaway!

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Paleo Recipes: Perfect Paleo Crepes

Perfect Paleo Crepes

Another scrumptious breakfast recipe from Jane Barthelemy’s new cookbook, Good Morning Paleo. Crepes are the perfect pancake alternative in hot weather – wonderfully light and delicate.

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Is Gluten Causing You To Fail?

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Yesterday, I tuned in to Dr. Tom O’Bryan of TheDr.Com talk about gluten. I thought I knew a lot about the dangers of gluten but he offered some nuggets of information and horrifying statistics that were new to me but gave me to recommit to a gluten-free lifestyle.

I thought you might like to know this information too. Here is a summary of Tom’s interview.

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Paleo Recipes: Better Than Oatmeal

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Paleo Girl author Leslie Klenke’s paleo oatmeal recipe is as simple to prepare as the original dish, and much better tasting. Plus, it ditches the discomfort that can result from ingesting a grain-based breakfast.

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Paleo Recipes: Deli Rollups

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Fast, fun, kid-friendly finger food. What more could a busy paleo parent ask for? Another winning recipe from Leslie Klenke, author of Paleo Girl.

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10 Power Points On Raising Healthy Strong Primal Girls Every Paleo Mom Should Know

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Have you ever noticed that some parents seem to be whizzes at getting their kids on board with whatever cool agenda they’re into?

Like those families where every kid plays a different instrument, and they all jam together in their spare time. Or the ones who participate in historical reenactments as a family and their children don’t hate them for it. Or… certain families whose kids happily turn down pizza in favor of paleo fare.

What’s the secret? Why do some kids accept their parents’ ‘crazy’ ideas as cool when other parents earn only withering glances for the merest suggestion?

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