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December 28, 2014

Paleo breakfast recipes

One of our favorite paleo breakfast recipes, made!
This is a guest post by Le Cordon Bleu trained chef Pete Servold, owner of Pete's Premade Paleo.  Pete is a fantastic cook and a true student of the kitchen.  I asked Pete for his favorite Paleo breakfast and this is what he came back with.  It's good as written (egg muffins) as well as in a pie plate or other small baking bowl.  We had a lot of fun making and eating this delicious breakfast, enjoy! View full article →
December 17, 2014

Ketogenic diet helped reduce side effects of chemotherapy.

Kicker, a boy eating a ketogenic diet to help treat chemotherapy side effects.This post was penned by Season Johnson, NTP (Nutrional Therapy Practitioner), Paleo Treats® fan and the mother of Kicker, a 3 year old diagnosed with Type B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in 2013.  Season's determination and efforts to help her son are inspirational and encouraging, and we wanted to share what one mother is doing to help her child.
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December 15, 2014

An easy Paleo pancake recipe

Paleo pancakes for breakfast!

We’re big fans of paleo pancakes, but they can be tough to get right.  We’ve seen a lot of recipes on the ‘net that call for tons of different ingredients or claim that easy paleo pancakes are just 5 minutes away, but most of the time those pancakes end up, well, less than optimal.

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December 02, 2014

Dave Asprey on Bulletproof® aka Buttered Coffee

Dave Asprey from Bulletproof CoffeeWe're excited to have the inventor of Bulletproof® Coffee, Dave Asprey, contribute to the PT blog today.  We are fans and believers in the Bulletproof coffee, drinking it every morning (we add cacao powder and coconut oil in addition to butter) and noticing a big difference when we miss a day.  Cruise on over to Dave's site after reading to learn more about the Bulletproof life.

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November 16, 2014

How to make bone broth.

A bowl of bones; the beginnings of a great broth.

Encouraged by the response to our first bone broth post we sought out an expert to teach us more about this fantastic food. This is a guest post by bone broth expert Ryan Harvey. Ryan eats, breathes and (of course) drinks this stuff, enjoy learning how to make some of the healthiest food around from a master!

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November 14, 2014

Digging deeper, part II.

Nik & Lee at Culp ValleyYou cannot accept the concepts of responsibility, quality, and curiosity into the fabric of your character without realizing that each of these is constantly under attack from mediocrity, and the final defense is also the only defense; your own independence. 
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July 17, 2014

Episode 22: Pete Scobell, Traumatic Brain Injury, Combat, and Guitar

Pete Scobell, TBI spokesmanWe asked Pete to come on because of his work with treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and bringing awareness of what TBI is (a concussion) as well as the best ways we currently know to treat it.  Funnily enough, the most advance treatment for TBI sounds an awful lot like the 7 Pillars of Paleo. Pete talks about the National Intrepid Center of Excellence, The Fallen Heroes Fund, and a piece of music he wrote for the movie The Hornet's Nest. Enjoy!

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