One of my good friends (who knows I love ghee) suggested I try Tava Life Ghee when I was visiting her in Los Angeles.
So, when I saw it sold on Thrive Market (an online market for all sorts of healthy foods at discount prices), I had to try it.
If you’re wondering what is ghee and why you should add ghee into your diet, read our article here.
These Epic Mixes are a new product from Epic (they make the meat bars that I love – you can find them here along with a ton of our other favorite Paleo snacks).
Epic Mixes are like trail mix, except there are 2 separate sections to each mix bag – one section is a mix of nuts, dried fruit, seeds, and the other section is filled with delicious grass fed beef jerky.
One of the things I’ve always loved about Epic bars (see my review here) is how soft and tender the meat is, and their new Epic Bites is the same. They’re super flavorful and yet not like a jerky in any way.
And if you want to see the list of our favorite Paleo snacks, click here.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Jonathan Carp a few weeks ago. Dr Carp is the founder of Miracle Noodles, a highly popular brand of shirataki noodles (very low calories, low carb, and completely natural and Paleo). In our interview, Dr Carp shared with me how he first came across shirataki noodles and some inspiring stories of how Miracle Noodles have helped people lose weight and change their lives. Check out their website to see where you can pick up some Miracle Noodles for dinner.
I’ve always LOVED chocolate (to the point where I used to pity a classmate who was allergic to chocolate – how did she survive those teenage years without chocolate??).
Dawn, one of our readers, and her son recently started this amazing Paleo food company, and I was lucky enough to have gotten the chance to try her creations!
If you’re looking for easy Paleo meals to store at work, to take on flights, or even to take camping, then please read on.
I was one of those rare kids who didn’t like soda. The bubbles always made me burp, and I couldn’t ever manage to finish an entire can of coke.
That all changed when I got to law school. One of my best friends there was addicted to diet coke (even she called it an addiction).
I wasn’t drinking coffee during that period and needing caffeine to stay awake during law school, I also turned to diet coke.
I’m happy to say that I haven’t had a diet coke for years now, but on a hot summer day, it’s still the drink I crave!
Luckily, that same friend gave up diet coke as well and recently, she introduced me to a new soda, La Croix, which contains only Paleo ingredients!
Mayo (short for mayonnaise)…a creamy combination of eggs and oil in an emulsified state. It’s delicious and an amazing addition to many dishes.
So, what’s wrong with the regular mayo you buy in the stores?
The main issue is that they use bad oils (non-Paleo oils that oxidize easily and/or are high in omega-6 fats). For example, Hellmann’s Mayonnaise contains “canola oil” or “soybean oil.”