Paleo Blueberry Scone

Okay, so I have to admit blueberry scones are one of my non-paleo weaknesses. I have struggled with finding a paleo blueberry scone recipe that I like or even sounded somewhat appetizing. 

This was the first that sounded good, healthy and most importantly easy. I made these with run of the...

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Do You Have A Blood Sugar Questionnaire ?

One of my mentors once told me that you had to get your patients to drink enough water and to balance their blood sugar. He would say it was extremely difficult to get patients well if you didn't get them to do those two things. I thought he was crazy, that surely I had enough talent as a newly...

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Curried Short Ribs

 I love short ribs! These curried short ribs were amazing.  They are particularly surprising when you cook them low and slow.  This was an interesting combination of herbs and spices that I threw together one morning.  A patient of mine had made some lamb stock that added a...

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How Often Can You Go to CrossFit or HIIT Exercises

I get asked all the time by young and old alike who just started CrossFit or some other type of high-intensity type of training, how often they should go.  They love it, and are feeling great, except for all the sore muscles and that it hurts to walk upstairs most days.

The simple...

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Friday Feast - Lamb Shoulder Steak and Beet Salad

I love lamb; it is one of the few proteins that almost have to be raised naturally. The flavor is amazing it has great fats. I only knew of lamb roasts, legs or racks of lamb to cook. I honestly was a bit shocked that such flavorful steaks could be cut out of the lamb shoulder. The lamb shoulder...

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Are Green Drinks Healthy?

I get asked all of the time are my green drinks healthy? This is becoming one of the more frustrating questions that I get asked in the office.

People falsely believe that these drinks are healthy. The theory sounds great, run a bunch of the things that we do not eat enough of through a juicer...

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Paleo Honey Chicken

This is a really simple and great paleo honey chicken recipe that the whole family will love.  Just whip the main ingredients, pour it over your chicken and bake.

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 - 2 lbs boneless chicken breasts
  • 2 tbsp. melted butter
  • 3 tbsp. coconut aminos
  • 1 tsp. sesame oil
  • 5...
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Can I Eat Butter?

One of my mantras in the office is that most people should avoid wheat, corn, dairy, soy, and sugar. Inevitably people ask what about butter isn't that dairy?

Well, yes but it is much more fat than protein. What makes butter so different is that it is a water in oil emulsification. What this...

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Wagyu Coulotte and Grilled Asparagus

The coulotte is a phenomenal cut of meat that many people have never heard of or seen at their local grocery store. The culotte is the cap of the top sirloin. This is honestly one of the most versatile steaks there is to cook. The coulotte is great grilled, pan-fried or braised.

Some chefs...

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Cholesterol

All too often patients bring in blood work from their medical doctors with their cholesterol numbers underlined circled and highlighted, with instructions to lower that cholesterol number. It happens so often that it is becoming one of my most frustrating moments in practice. It has become a...

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