Packing a paleo lunch is often a hot topic on my Facebook page and I also receive several questions about what to pack right here on the blog. I have posted several articles before about school lunches which you can read about here but it’s always great to have as many ideas as possible!
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
There are so MANY wonderful reasons to eat your greens (kale, chard, collard greens, etc….) Eating greens provide the body with vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, magnesium, manganese, potassium, iron, vitamin E, dietary fiber, copper, calcium, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, folate, biotin, niacin and pantothenic acid. Need I say more?? YES, I should say more. Eating greens has also been associated with cancer prevention,
Ever notice how GIANT conventionally farmed apples are? Check out the picture of an organic apple purchased from our local farmer next to a hard boiled egg. This is what a real apple should look like, not the bowling ball apples you’ll find at the local supermarket… Here are a couple of super easy recipes and a picture of a quick snack that I go to
Simple food can be delicious food and when I hear people making the excuse of not having enough time to eat healthy, I have a hard time being sympathetic. If we have time to text message, instant message, check email, chat, and go to Starbucks twice a day, we have time to make simple, good, Paleo food. Here’s a 10 minute prep, 15 minute cook time – easy, simple, delicious