An Hour in the Kitchen… For Baby!

It’s not just about peas and carrots… or all fruit purees.   We’re talking veggies, organ meats, fermented foods and lots of good fats, too! When my second book, Paleoista, was published back in 2012, one of the most popular sections was the one in which I shared in detail about my easy to follow […]

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Why “Game Changers” Needn’t Change Your Game

Have you seen it yet? If you have, and you’re thinking you’ve got to ‘go vegan’ as the main takeaway, it’s worth considering whether all the information presented should be taken at face value, or if, just perhaps, some of it may have been taken just a tad out of context. The latest in a […]

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What’s in Our Baby Food?

Oh, Baby! With my son’s 4 month birthday having come and gone, we’re learning what to look for as he will likely soon start displaying cues that introducing real food in addition to breast milk is just around the corner (1): Good head and neck control Ability to sit upright when supported Showing an interest […]

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Is Carb Loading Really Still A Thing?

Apparently so. (And as I’m finding, not just for runners and endurance athletes, but for moms to be!) Given that the article that prompted me to write today’s post was a recent one published in Runner’s World, I’ll focus today on the misconception that runners / endurance athletes not only need carbs, but a heck […]

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