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We got you through Thanksgiving with a guide to a completely Paleo Thanksgiving dinner. Don’t worry, this guide will help your through the second big Holiday meal of the season, too. Filled with seasonal recipes like maple roasted walnuts and fried, balsamic-glazed figs for pre-dinner bites, side dishes like loaded baked potatoes and a variety of beautiful roasted meat recipes for the main event, we’ve covered all the bases for a Paleo Christmas feast.
Despite the expensive of creams, lotions and serums that promise a cure, there’s a simple fact commonly overlooked when it comes to graceful aging. Find out which foods contribute to wrinkles so you can avoid them for more youthful skin!
Craving a flavorful, deeply-spiced dish to make for dinner? Try this vegetable curry, enriched with mineral-heavy bone broth and antioxidant-rich curry powder, thanks to the turmeric. Don’t fear the seemingly long list of ingredients: This recipe is straightforward and simple, taking about an hour and minimal effort. All for a super flavorful and warm dish, best served atop a bed of cauliflower rice or with thick slices of Paleo bread.
While I love eggnog myself, it tends to be something that people either love or hate. The first time I ever had eggnog was when I was little and my mother used vanilla pudding mix instead of eggs! Sounds a little weird but the results were delicious, and it was always a favorite at our holiday parties. Now, I love to make eggnog with real eggs, sans processed pudding mix.
It’s time to toss out your Slim Jims and eat the real, good stuff: Chomps Grass-Fed Beef Jerky.
This one-dish recipe makes for a delightful holiday or weekend breakfast option. One-dish Apple Pecan Coffee Cake is paleo-friendly, full of flavor yet low in sugar and is made with the perfect blend of cinnamon, pecans and apples. We use a blend of arrowroot and coconut flour, which produces a nice cake-like texture. Best of all, this coffee cake is mixed and baked all in the same dish so cleanup is nice and quick. Serve this cake up with a drizzle of grade B maple syrup and enjoy!
According to the National Academy for Sports Medicine, approximately 80% of the U.S. adult population will experience chronic lower back pain at some point in their lives. With such a staggering number of adults afflicted, there is a dire need for exercises that both relieve and prevent chronic lower back pain.
With all of the varieties of personalities and unique tastes in a partnership it seems that finding one secret to a lasting marriage may be an eluding chase. Can anyone really know for sure what will guarantee a happy marriage? Life is dynamic, minds change, and after all, there is free will. However, a recent study is suggesting that there might be a reoccurring ingredient in the happiest of marriages.
Oven slow-cooked ribs are the perfect way to enjoy a summertime favorite all year long. And here at Paleohacks we love mixing things up. So we have the perfect marinade for you to try with these fall-off-the-bone ribs — Chimichurri sauce!