Do You Need To Eat More Carbs?

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This is a preview of a guest post I’ve written for ChrisKresser.com, and you can read the full article on his website. Carbohydrates, and the role they play in a healthy diet, are one of the most hotly contested nutritional debates in the world, both in conventional and ancestral health circles. One one side, you’ve got folks who […]

Great Times at the Raleigh Paleo Pop-Up Dinner

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Last night, I had the pleasure of attending a Paleo “pop up” dinner at the Busy Bee Cafe in downtown Raleigh. I found out about the event as it was being planned by a friend of mine, David, who runs a super cool website called Get Offline. I use this site ALL THE TIME to help […]

The 5 Best Paleo and Ancestral Books That Everyone Should Read

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As a Paleo and ancestral health blogger, I get loads of books in the mail for review. There are dozens of new books coming out every year, and while I love the fact that there are so many voices out there sharing the word about the benefits of a real food diet, I also believe […]

Guest Post: 5 Tips For Recovering From Post Birth Control Syndrome

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This is a guest post I wrote for ChrisKresser.com after having several female clients come to me with concerns over their irregular or absent menstrual cycle. It’s an important topic that needs to be discussed in the ancestral health community, especially with the prevalence of low carb diets being recommended universally! One of the downsides […]

Paleo Magazine: 6 Reasons You Should Take A “Play-cation”

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I’m excited to share that my first article was published in Paleo Magazine this month! This post is a bit of an expanded review of my trip to Nicaragua through YOGASCAPES, which I also wrote about in my post called 10 Things I Learned About Health In Nicaragua. Unlike my blog post, this article focuses […]

Are Crickets The Next Big Paleo Craze?

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I ate a bug. More specifically, I ate a cricket. Well, probably a dozen crickets. And I didn’t gag, puke, or immediately regret my decision. You might be wondering how this is possible. Well, when crickets are mashed up with dates, chocolate, cayenne pepper, and other tasty ingredients, you don’t even realize that you’re eating […]

3 Reasons You Should Get Your RD Degree, Even If You Can’t Stand Conventional Nutrition Advice

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Hello Laura! Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites sent me in your direction because she feels you could give me some good guidance… Here is my dilemma: I have such a passion for nutrition! So much so that my husband has urged me for a long time to go back to college to become a Registered […]

5 Common Paleo Diet Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

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Making the switch from a standard American diet to a whole foods Paleo (primal, ancestral, whatever you call it) diet is usually a great first step to improving your health. Perhaps you lost some stubborn body fat when you first made the switch, or perhaps your annoying acne started to die down. You may have […]

Using A Homemade Blenderized Tube Feeding Diet: My Interview With Krisi Brackett

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This interview originally appeared on Pediatric Feeding News, a website run by speech pathologist and feeding therapist Krisi Brackett. I had the pleasure of working briefly with Krisi during my internship period at UNC Children’s Hospital. 1. Most therapists are familiar with the idea of using a blenderized tube feeding diet. Could you briefly describe what […]

The Most Valuable Exercise Tool That Anyone Can Use

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This is a guest post by Candice Briggs, a Health, Fitness & Lifestyle Coach based in Byron Bay, Australia. I always laugh when someone says to me, “Oh I was away and I wasn’t around a gym, so I didn’t do a work out”, or “I was house bound and couldn’t leave home” (insert excuse here) […]