Author: Paleo on the Go

Brownies, Cupcakes, Paleo Treats, Oh My!

  Paleo Treats?  Aren’t you so excited when you come across a “Paleo” treat recipe on the web? Your thoughts… “Hey, this Paleo thing might not be so bad after all!” You’ve found replacements for breads, muffins, cakes, cookies, waffles, pancakes, even candy! But wait a minute, what about that whole “caveman” thing?  You know the one where you are supposed to essentially jump start your Paleo diet with only whole foods like our ancestors ate.  Foods that help your body restore healthy, nutritional eating. The list of foods to eat while starting the Paleo diet include things like...

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21 Day Sugar Detox – Apple Cinnamon Donuts!

Who doesn’t love a donut?  I mean, really?  We LOVE them and have tried several paleo donut recipes.  One of our absolute favorites is Primal Kitchen’s chocolate ganache donuts but when we are in the middle of a sugar detox or just want something a little less sweet but without a loss of flavor we turn to the Apple Cinnamon Donuts from Diane SanFilippo’s The 21-Day Sugar Detox book.  First of all, if you don’t have her book, it is a MUST!  It is full of not only great information but wonderful recipes that we’ve tested many of and...

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Get Fiber from Real, Whole Foods

The Paleo Diet is Naturally High in Fiber If you’ve been following the Paleo diet and lifestyle for any length of time and have shared your changes with friends or family members, you’ve probably been asked this question, “well then where do you get your fiber if you don’t eat any grains?!” People are astonished when they hear of a diet without the inclusion of all of those “heart-healthy whole grains” and further, many dietitians believe the Paleo diet unnecessarily excludes beneficial foods from the agrarian revolution. So what is the answer? Where does the fiber come from in...

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Springtime allergies and what you eat!

It’s that time of year again! Cars, roads, and even your furry friends are covered in yellow. The pollen counts are already up in the thousands in parts of the country and people are beginning to feel the effects of springtime allergies including itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, runny nose, coughing, congestion and many more discomforts. But what exactly is an allergy anyway and how can we help it? Many of us just assume seasonal allergies are something we must just suffer through miserably but does it really have to be that bad? Can living a Paleo lifestyle really make...

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