Tag Archives: Paleo

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A Taste of Autumn

When you live in a place that has extreme seasons you often become a bigger fan of one. For me it’s always been summers, but lately my second favorite Autumn, is catching up. The changing of the leaves, the cooler (but not cold) temperatures, and

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Paleo in the City: Eat the Seasons

Yesterday on my weekly grocery shopping trip I picked up a clam shell full of the most delicious looking strawberries. As I made my way to the cashier I started thinking about all of the wonderful meals and drinks I could make and that’s when

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iHop Paleo Style

There are few people in this world that don’t love the fluffy goodness of pancakes. In my house pancakes have been tied to so many things awesome events, from the first time C.J. perfected his use of measurement to celebrating birthdays. Two years ago when

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Quick Bites: Ginger Lemonade

Nothing makes me happier than sitting in my backyard on a hot summer’s day with a glass of lemonade. A few years back while out with my mom, I had this amazing frozen lemonade ginger concoction and every time I went to Brooklyn that was

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Vices Be Gone!

It is May 1, and hopefully you’ve all been walking, taking the stairs, sprinting and enjoying new, tasty veggies all throughout April’s portion of our paleo challenge. How has it been going for you? Do you have more energy? A new favorite food? Perhaps you

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The Importance of Moving & Stretching Your Body

Last night I had my very first session with a physical therapist to help repair “several herniated discs” that are plaguing me. During the session, I had to hold back tears at least three times: When he first put me on the stationary bike and

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My Five Essential Tools for Paleo Cooking

In a fantasy world I would be spend my days tasting beautiful foods, prepping the ingredients and then of cooking all day, but this is not a fantasy world. Sadly, I’ve chosen the hustle and bustle of Wall Street not the glamor of being a