This is Part II of a multi-part series on real-world paleo cooking, for those of us with jobs and kids and commitments. Part I, “The Functional Paleo Kitchen”, starts here, and my introduction to paleo, “Eat Like A Predator”, is here.
Most recipes are useless for anyone who is employed, except [ . . . ]
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So you’ve been inspired to eat real food: a paleo diet.
Great! You’re taking a big step towards better health and more energy.
But as you survey your kitchen, you realize that your refrigerator contains only beer and condiments, your freezer is full of precooked industrial products, your pantry is full of bread and pasta, [ . . . ]
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Eight foods account for over 90% of food allergies in the United States.
There are four types of allergic hypersensitivity, unhelpfully called Type I through Type IV. When we think of ‘allergies’, we generally think of Type I reactions, which involve mast cells and result in symptoms like asthma, hives, and anaphylaxis. Indeed, [ . . . ]
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