SAVE MONEY & STAY GLUTEN-FREE WITH THESE EASY, DELICIOUS PALEO RECIPES For those on the Paleo diet, one of the biggest concerns isn't the variety but the price. Luckily, Ciarra Hannah, creator of PopularPaleo.com, has 100 easy, wallet-friendly Paleo recipes that'll feed the whole family. Ciarra uses flavorful but less expensive cuts of meat in traditional yet approachable cooking methods, as well as her roll-forward technique for creating multiple dishes to maximize your time in the kitchen. You'll love her keys to budgeting, tips for making items ahead of time, 5-ingredients-or-less seasoning blends and other money-saving pointers. Ciarra offers an incredible and practical selection of Paleo dishes for everyday eating including Tequila Carnitas, Stupid Easy Asian Beef, Chicken & Chorizo Stew, Cuban Tilapia in Mojo and?Tater Tot Casserole with Sweet Potato Tater Tots! So, if you're loving the Paleo diet but hating the amount of money you spend each month, this book is a must-have. Save your money, enjoy tasty grain-free meals and be healthy!
The New York Times says it "ranks with green juice and coconut water as the next magic potion in the eternal quest for perfect health." ABC News calls it "the new juice craze." Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kobe Bryant are hooked on it. It's bone broth--and it's the core of Dr. Kellyann's Bone Broth Diet. Naturopathic physician and weight loss specialist Kellyann Petrucci, MS, ND, knows the healing power of bone broth. The cornerstone of her booming health practice (as well as so many family recipes), bone broth is packed with fat-burning, skin-tightening collagen; has anti-inflammatory properties; helps heal the gut; and warms and satisfies the entire body. In Dr. Kellyann's Bone Broth Diet, Dr. Petrucci couples delicious bone broth recipes with a groundbreaking intermittent fasting plan, helping you achieve spectacular weight loss and more youthful looking skin in just 21 days. Dr. Petrucci walks you through the science of why bone broth works, then arms you with a plan to lose weight safely and easily--with no cravings, weakness, or hunger pains. She'll introduce you to simple but gourmet recipes for beef, turkey, chicken, and fish bone broths and soups that are loaded with flavor and nutrients, and easy ways to cut down on time spent in the kitchen. Also incorporating easy resistance training routines and mindful meditation exercises, Dr. Petrucci gives you everything you need to succeed.
Author: Melissa Joulwan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2012-12-26
Genre: Health & Fitness
A fun and practical guide for adopting Paleo diet principles into your daily life The human body survived for more than 2 million years with the food found in nature: game meat, fish, vegetables, wild fruits, eggs, and nuts. Humans were thriving on this diet high in animal fat and proteins and low in carbohydrates, but things changed when we introduced unnatural and processed foods to our bodies. The Paleo movement is one of today's hottest diet and healthy-eating approaches. Its appeal comes from the fact that it is a sustainable alternative to more restrictive diets that often lead to burnout and failed weight loss efforts. The Paleo diet is about using natural foods to achieve great health and a perfect physique. Living Paleo For Dummies shows you how to adopt the Paleo lifestyle and improve your health and longevity. Offering more than 40 recipes for every meal of the day, and providing tips for getting around common roadblocks such as eating out, this essential guide to adopting a primal diet also provides the latest, cutting edge research from genetics, biochemistry, and anthropology to help you look, feel, and perform your best. The details of eating the foods that our bodies were designed to eat A complete introductory plan to kick start the Paleo journey Tricks to save on the food bill while adhering to a primal meal plan Living Paleo For Dummies is for anyone looking for a fun and informative guide that simplifies the complexities of the Paleo Diet while outlining and explaining the science behind the benefits.
Author: The Austin Food Blogger Alliance
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Release Date: 2013-03-26
As food communities around the world reinvented themselves through social media, some of the savviest online taste buds of one noted food capital banded together in 2010 to form the Austin Food Blogger Alliance. Through their blogs--and now their first-ever cookbook--these culinary enthusiasts share images of favorite dishes, stories of life in Texas and, of course, recipes. From Persian stew to Czech kolaches, Greek phyllo wraps and good old Texas sheet cake, each dish illustrates the diversity of the city and tempts even the most discerning of palates.
Adapts the author's nutritional program to the needs of athletes in a diet based on natural selection and evolution that promotes weight loss, normalizes blood cholesterol, increases energy levels, and enhances overall fitness.
Michelle Fagone, AKA Cavegirl Cuisine, has become a lovable and quirky social media sensation with a Facebook following of over 140,000 fans! Her newest creation, Ladle: paleo and gluten-free soup recipes, contains 50 fresh soups laid out in a beautifully full-color photographed cookbook. From simple creamy soups that can be made in 30 minutes, to a variety of soups, stews, chowders, and chilis, there is something for everyone. Ladle is for you if you follow a paleo/gluten-free diet, are dairy intolerant, enjoy meals made from fresh ingredients, and finally, just like soup! Testimonials: There's nothing as nourishing and comforting as a steaming bowl of soup. If you're looking to seriously level up your broth game, Michelle Fagone's Ladle is the comprehensive Paleo soup primer for you! - Michelle Tam New York Times best-selling author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food For Humans Colorful, nutritious, and flavorful, homemade soup is the ultimate, one-pot comfort food. From broth basics to simple creamy soups and international recipes with flair, Ladle is a one-stop source for everything you need to become a soup expert. - Melissa Joulwan, author of Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love To Eat and Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat Soups are arguably the most nourishing ways to enjoy meals, but let's face it - they can quickly become a little boring. Ladle flips that predicament on its head, with over 50 allergen-friendly recipes fit for any mood. From Bacon Chicken Chowder and Cowboy Beef Stew to Lobster Bisque, this is a must-have resource for every soup-loving foodie! - Russ Crandall, New York Times bestselling author of Paleo Takeout and The Ancestral Table I've said it before and I'll say it again, I am obsessed with soup! There isn't a time of day or day of the year that soup isn't the perfect go-to meal. In true Cavegirl fashion, Michelle has married creativity and practicality with this delicious line up of year round soup recipes. If you are a soup fan like I am, you will be "souper" pleased to add this to your collection! - Jennifer Robins from predominantly paleo and author of Down South Paleo
Before proceeding to the actual recipes, let's have a closer look to what the Paleo diet is and what are its main restrictions, as well as what you are allowed to eat and how balanced your meals should be. The Paleo diet, also known as the Caveman diet or Stone Age diet and sometimes Hunter-Gatherer diet, is a modern diet program based on what our ancestors used to eat. Basically, if our ancestors wouldn't recognize certain foods, then that specific food is not Paleo, therefore should be avoided. The diet consists in fish, meat coming from grass-fed animals, eggs, vegetables and fruits, fungi, roots and nuts and excludes grains, legumes, dairy products, salt and refined sugar, but also over processed oils, such as sunflower oil. The program was developed in the 70s and has gained many followers ever since, including myself. The idea is that despite all this technology, humans have barely changed and our body works in the same way as our ancestors did. For that reason, what was good for them then, it's just as good for us now, rather than the fatty, sugary diet we all have usually. The first great thing about it is that it recommends natural foods that have been little to no processed at all, clean meat and clean vegetables, free of any chemicals or additives, just like the Paleolithic man used to eat. The advantage of that is undeniable: improved health, detoxified body, healthier organs, a better functioning system, better looking skin, healthier gums and the list can go on. Once our body is free of all those toxins, fats and sugars, the difference is amazing. The Paleo diet is based on the idea of consuming more proteins than we currently are. A caveman used to eat at least 20% protein every day, while we barely reach 15% with a normal diet. The solution to this is more clean meat, seafood and plants rich in proteins. Apart from proteins, the Paleo diet also consists in foods rich in fibers, but not whole grains. Despite most beliefs, whole grains have less fibers than fresh vegetables for instance. Even fruits are richer in fibers than grains so the Paleo diet advices you to avoid them and choose fruits and vegetables instead. Fat takes a lot of our normal diet, but it has bad effects on our health. The Paleo diet includes fat as well, but the healthy kind, such as omega-3 and omega-6 found in extra virgin olive oil for instance, but also in coconut oil or ghee (clarified butter). Exclude other kind of fats such as butter, sunflower oil, margarine as they increase the risk of developing heart diseases. Our ancestors didn't use salt when cooking and in fact their cooking was little. They ate their food raw more than anything else and that brought them enough nutrients to function properly, have enough energy to hunt and look for food. Salt increases the risk of heart disease, kidney problems and high blood pressure. However, you don't have to cut it down completely, just reduce the amount of salt you use when cooking or buy food that has less salt as well. As an example, fast-food is literally loaded with sodium, but your homemade stew will not since you can control the ingredients and the way you cook it.
Author: Julie and Charles Mayfield
Release Date: 2013-07-01
Crowd-pleasing Dishes for Entertaining and Celebrations Packable Paleo Recipes for Summer Getaways Travel Tips to Vacation Paleo-Style Mouthwatering Meals Featuring Local, Seasonal Fare Ah, summer: the perfect time of year for tailgates, picnics, BBQs and sunny celebrations-and for delicious and healthy Paleo food! Written by two Paleo veterans and bestselling cookbook authors, The Paleo Summer Survival Guide is your go-to resource for a fun and healthy summer, Paleo style. Julie and Charles Mayfield have collected their top 12 no-fail summer recipes so that you can stay the Paleo course through every potluck, picnic and road trip adventure. Featuring travel tips and plan-ahead advice for fall (like freezing and canning so you can enjoy summer's bounty all year round), this e-book is a must-have for Paleo devotees and anyone looking to rejuvenate their health this summer. Julie and Charles Mayfield began living a Paleo lifestyle in 2009 and haven't looked back since. They brought their love of home cooking and the Paleo movement to the masses through their first book, Paleo Comfort Foods (Victory Belt). When not in the kitchen, the Mayfields own and operate BTB CrossFitVinings, a CrossFit affiliate in the greater Atlanta area, where they have spearheaded several Paleo challenges for hundreds of clients, resulting in many inches lost and lives changed. The Mayfields live in Smyrna, Georgia. Their new book, Quick & Easy Paleo Comfort Foods (Harlequin Nonfiction) will publish in October 2013. Visit them at PaleoComfortFoods.com.
The bestselling authors of Paleo Comfort Foods and Quick & Easy Paleo Comfort Foods are back with easy, delicious, quick, family-friendly Paleo recipes for dinner, featuring plenty of lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats. Here are 100 satisfying Paleo recipes to add variety and keep your family well fed, no matter how hectic or busy your day. For those new to Paleo or in need of a refresher, the Mayfields list the equipment, appliances, and pantry staples you’ll need to set up a Paleo kitchen, and provide prep tips, meal plans, and shopping lists to organize weekly meals. Filled with more than sixty gorgeous color photographs, Weeknight Paleo presents a range of delicious fare, including: Quickfire Meals—dishes that can be prepped, cooked, and served in under 30 minutes, such as Chicken Salad Four Ways, Summer Roll in a Bowl, and Trout in Parchment with Tomatoes and Basil Sauce; One-Dish Meals—less prep and less cleanup with these simple recipes for Oven-Roasted Steaks with Broccoli and Cauliflower, One-Pan Fajitas, and Turkey Cutlets with Stuffing; Family Favorites—top picks from the Mayfield’s own household, such as Chicken Nuggests Redux, Shrimp and Grits, and Wonton-ish Soup; Fix It and Forget It!—meals that can be made in your slow cooker, Instant Pot or Dutch oven like Pork Tinga, Chicken Verde, and Slow Cooker Short Ribs; Get Your Veggies—Carrot Salad, Lime Chipotle Slaw, and other basic salads as well as Mashed Sweet Potatoes with creative variations; Sweets and Treats—recipes to satisfy a celebratory sweet tooth like Lemon Curd Bites, Apple Crisps with Whipped Coconut Cream, and Flourless Chocolate Mini Cakes! Make dinner quick, easy, and appealing with this latest collection of enticing and healthy Paleo meals!
Author: Dave Le Couteur
Publisher: PWPH Publications
The Paleolithic Diet has become more than a diet, but an entire lifestyle. They took a group of volunteers and fed them a paleolithic diet for 10 days. Just 10 days! And they got amazing and significant results. Their conclusion? Even short-term consumption of a paleolithic type diet improves BP and glucose tolerance, decreases insulin secretion, increases insulin sensitivity and improves lipid profiles without weight loss in healthy sedentary humans. Eating a modern diet, on the other hand, makes you more susceptible to cancer, coronary heart disease, diabetes, and many other modern-day diseases.Research shows that 70% of the average caloric intake of an American family is from products that were never around for our Paleolithic ancestors. Part 1 Paleo Diet in a Nutshell Basics of the Paleolithic Diet Grains, Beans and Potatoes (GBP) share the following important characteristics: Why No grains, beans, potatoes, Lectins, or dairy Lectins So what should we eat on the Paleo Diet? Nuts and legumes Phytic acid and other anti nutrients The essentials of the Paleolithic Diet are: The rules of the Paleo diet The Paleo Diet Food List The Paleo Diet: Sample Meal Plan Pros and cons of the Paleo Diet Paleo Diet: Everything You Wanted To Know What is the Paleo diet? What is the reasoning behind the Paleo diet? What makes the Paleo diet different from any other diet? What to eat and not to eat on the Paleo diet? What are the benefits of following the diet? How can bacon and eggs possibly be healthy? Is it a fad diet? Caveman did more exercise and therefore could afford to eat like he did Isn’t sugar natural? Didn’t caveman die very young, and if so why should we eat like him? How can I stay Paleo when I eat out? Can I resume eating a normal diet once I reach my weight goal? Aren’t too much protein bad for kidneys? Can excess protein lead to more uric acid and gout? What about fiber, don’t we need it? Didn’t the China study prove that animal protein is bad? Should mercury and other toxins in fish be a concern? Aren’t ketogenic diets dangerous? If we are to eat like our ancestors, shouldn’t we eat raw meat? How much fat, proteins and carbs should I eat? Should I take supplements? Is there an adaptation period to the diet? Part 2 230 delicious recipes.
Keynote speaker Melissa Jane recounts her own personal journey and struggles with her health and how following the plan she has created to regain her health and the way she feeds her family. Mind, body and soul is so important to nourish and be mindful of conscious behaviour, particularly through comfort eating and how foods for some people can be more harmful resulting in poor health and weight gain. My invitation is for you to clean out your fridge and pantry and explore the endless possibilities of increasing your energy, mood and positive healthy lifestyle, after all you are what you eat. If you have been struggling for years with energy and fog brain, but don't have the time to go on detox program, this book will support you in making some small changes to assist you in regaining your energy and health.