. . . . Dr. Terry Wahls, MD, has been able to reverse and slow the progression of MS through diet and lifestyle. She tells a cute story of one of her children saying, “if you don’t like vegetables add more bacon.” This wise advice from a child just might help you develop a taste for nutrient rich chicken livers!
Which came first, the pastured chicken or the conventional chicken? Well, technically, chickens have been around for a really long time. There is evidence of chickens in ancient Greece and Egypt well before Christ (5th Century B.C.). They likely originated in Southeast Asia. If you have ever spent time with chickens you might think [...]
A Paleo Brownie That Doesn't Taste Paleo Low-sugar, gluten-free, grain-free and dairy free Makes 16 servings Preparation time: 30 minutes Baking time: 23-30 minutes Why I like this recipe: 1. This recipe is lower in sugar. A standard brownie recipe can contain up to 2 cups of sugar. The sugar in this recipe comes from [...]
During the past week the news headlines are giving us a bit of a much needed break from politics as they turn more attention toward the upcoming Super Bowl this Sunday.
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