Paleo Talk Episode 9

Paleo Talk podcast episode 9 is boxed and ready for you!

Sarah, Chrissy, and Dain babble for about 5 minutes about Sarah’s latest seminar that she gave at NorCal Strength and Conditioning as well as other light fodder – then the reader-submitted questions begin.

  • He’s Paleo, She’s a vegetarian, and then there’s the kid. What about the kid? Is this a recipe for disaster?
  • Coconut Oil – Brands and quality to look for.
  • Picky eater doesn’t like the fat – where can they get some extra good calories? Applied to a 5yr old that weighs 25lb
  • It says gluten-free on the box! That means I can eat a dumptruck load of it right? -or- Addressing the fallacy of the “natural” section of the supermarket. QUIT EATING GARBAGE!
  • Finger foods and first solids for an 8month old.

All this and much more! Enjoy!

http://everydaypaleo.com/podcasts/ep9.mp3

Mulligatawny Soup and some New Year Advice and Ramblings

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Alright all you goal setters out there.  Are you ready?  Goal setting is great, I’m a big fan of the idea but I’m not a big fan of setting goals only at the New Year.  I hate to be a party pooper, but statistically folks who decide to turn over a new leaf starting January 1 are usually setting themselves up for failure.   [Read more…]

A Rock-Star Paleo Woman and “Paleo Women Snacks and Granola’s”

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One of our rock-star clients at Norcal and a dedicated Everyday Paleo reader recently shared with me her 3 month before and after photos.  Michele L. is a living testament to what hard work and dedication looks like.  We live in a quick fix society and most folks want results now; which is why our TV commercials are littered with “Lose 10 lbs in 1 week with this magic pill” ads.  The truth is, real people have to work real hard in order to change their lives, and Michele did just that.  Here is what Michele had to say about her 3 month transition and Everyday Paleo, [Read more…]

Ginger Shrimp Salad and Curried Hash

If you haven’t noticed, I LOVE to cook  – but sometimes I get stuck in the same old chicken salad rut because it’s easy, and I know we all like it.  But today I needed an excuse to be in the kitchen, rather then venturing out into the 105 degree weather so the boys and I  got a bit creative in the kitchen and the results were blog worthy!! [Read more…]