Paleo Barbecue Sauce

Living in Texas this may be one of the most dangerous recipes I have ever posted.  For those that live in other parts of the country, let me breakdown barbecue.  It isn’t just slathering a piece of meat with some kind tomato sauce and throwing it on the grill.  There truly is...

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Primal Maple Salmon

This was a super fast, and simple, primal maple salmon filet.  This only took me about 20 minutes total from start to finish.  The flavors were awesome!  The maple syrup added a great sweetness to the salmon, and the mustard added some tangy flavors that complemented...

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What's the Difference Between Grass Fed and Grain Fed Beef?

One of the most common question I'm asked when it comes to diet is why grass-fed beef is so much better for you than conventionally raised beef.

There are actually several reasons, but it all relates to how the animals are raised and fed.  So let's look at this in detail.

All cows are born...

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Paleo Texas Chili

"Nobody Knows Beans About Chili 'Cause Chili Ain't Got No Beans."

I may lose my Texas residency by making this claim, but in my opinion, a true Texas chili should be made without beans.

Chili is a shortening of chili con carne, which means meat and chili. 

So here is a great recipe for a...

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Traveling for the Holidays? Why To Pack Homeopathy

A patient recently told me that they hated traveling, especially around the holidays and asked if there was any homeopathy that they could take to help with their travel-induced anxiety.

The good news is that homeopathy can work amazing well on a first-aid basis while traveling.

First, what is...

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Paleo Spaghetti

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Paleo Spaghetti This is a simple meal that was great.  Pasta has never been one of those things that I just had to have or have really missed since starting the paleo diet.  Hopefully if you are one of those people who just loved their pasta this fills at least part of that gap in your...

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If Only Veggies Smelled Like Bacon

Bacon is proof that I could never live a kosher lifestyle. 

If you pay attention to some paleo bloggers then you've read that bacon is proof that God loves us, but bacon still gets a bad wrap in mainstream circles. My general take on bacon is that if the pork is raised properly, meaning, if...

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What Are You Having for Thanksgiving?

I've been asked to share what my family and I will be eating this Thanksgiving, and I'm happy to share that information! Obviously, turkey is on the menu!  I picked a nice bird up from our friends at Local Yocal on Tuesday.  

I'll brine the turkey with some fresh sage, thyme, and...

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What I Have To Be Thankful For

My babies have softened and rounded me out in life and made me a much better person. I am forever thankful for my parents.   

Without their loving guidance and support, there's no way that I could have made it as far as I have!  I'm very blessed that they, along with my sister,...

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Medicine In The Pilgrim Age

We all know the story of the Pilgrims, a group of people escaping religious persecution in England because of their separatist views with the church.

These Pilgrims were able to secure passage on the Mayflower to begin the second, permanent English colony in the Americas.

Since this is...

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