I like treats like everyone else but even with some cheeky desserts I try to make them nutritious as well as delicious. Today I’m sharing some yummy chocolatey, orangey goodness from Claire Yates’s book Optimal Health The Paleo Way, which is a fantastic resource for anyone starting out with the paleo lifestyle.
Avoiding refined carbohydrates and wheat? If so, then you are probably familiar with zucchini noodles as a pasta substitute. Today, I want to introduce to you a new pasta alternative that is even more nutritious, very low in carbohydrates and super sustainable.
Growing up in a Ukrainian home, I’ve had my fare share of stuffed cabbage rolls. We call them golubtsi and it’s a very popular dish in both Ukraine and other Eastern European countries. It’s healthy, economical and super comforting. The best part is you don’t have to make them with any rice.
This week I was trying to avoid alcohol. It was Week 2 of the Happy Body Formula program, and as part of the Reset phase, our participants are shunning alcohol and coffee (coffee for 1 week but alcohol for 4 weeks). It always amazes me (but doesn’t surprise) how much people struggle with giving up booze. I also
I am happy to have my guest contributor ChihYu Smith of I Heart Umami back on the blog with this fantastic recipe for restaurant-style grilled Vietnamese lemongrass pork. ChihYu is a recipe developer, photographer, and writer; she teaches people how to cook Asian-inspired paleo cuisine and this dish is another winner. Find ChihYu on Instagram , Facebook, or YouTube. Take it away ChihYu!