About Megan Patiry

Megan Patiry is an inquisitive food and travel writer, harboring an editorial love affair with the decadent, the mysterious, and the nutritious. She is a dedicated Paleo foodie, ancestral health devotee, certified Specialist in Fitness Nutrition, certified Personal Trainer, and holds a BA in English/Creative Writing. Follow her kitchen adventures on Instagram @meganpatiry.

Chaga, Reishi, Lion’s Mane, Oh My: Which Medicinal Mushroom Is Right For You?

By | January 7th, 2019|Articles, Featured Slider|

They're scattered across forest floors, peeking out from under fresh-cut lawns, and perched on tree-trunks like organic shelves. You might give them a lingering glance because of their beauty or

Luck-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with Maple Tahini Drizzle

By | December 26th, 2018|Featured Slider, Paleo Dinner Recipes, Paleo Recipes|

When the clocks strike midnight on New Year’s Eve, we all hope for a little extra luck for the year ahead. In Spain, this luck is ensured only if you

7 Extra-Dietary Ways to Improve Your Microbiota

By | August 10th, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

The importance of maintaining a healthy gut-microbe ecosystem cannot be understated. From regulating mood to boosting our immune system, the balance of this internal flora is a cornerstone of good

Posture, Digestion and Dining on the Floor

By | June 21st, 2016|Articles, Featured Slider|

No, this isn’t a new trend. Rather, it’s one of the oldest known to man. Eating on the floor, or more accurately, the ground, has been the practice of humans

The Paleo-Inspired Mother’s Day Gift Guide

By | April 29th, 2016|Articles|

The days of gifting mom with a homemade card full of messy, glittery hearts complete with fresh crayon slivers (and possibly a few cookie crumbs) are over. Although she probably

Purple Sweet Potato Custard for a Vibrant Valentine’s Day

By | February 10th, 2016|Paleo Desserts, Paleo Recipes|

The vibrant hue of the Okinawan sweet potato alone is enough to make us swoon this Valentine’s Day. Native to the States, this colorful variety is consumed widely on the

The Forgotten Flavor That Jump-Starts Digestion

By | February 3rd, 2016|Articles|

As the aroma of roasted chestnuts, holiday ham and cinnamon wafts from the kitchen, and the dining table slowly collects an array of sweet and savory delights, the last thing