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Roasted Leg of Lamb with Tomato and Caper Salsa

Paleo GrubsPaleo Grubs – I find that lamb is one of those animal products that is often criminally underused in the kitchen. I have no idea why; it’s delicious and tender, packed with protein, and readily available in most grocery stores. Yet still, most people tend to stick with the staple animal proteins like chicken, beef, and seafood. This roast lamb with tomato and caper salsa recipe might help turn the tide, however. Once you taste how juicy and tender a boneless leg of lamb is when […]

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6 Reasons Air Fryers Are a Dieter’s Dream

If any of your friends got an air fryer over the holidays, you might think they sound like an infomercial now: They’re raving about how they can eat fried foods “without the guilt” by using the machine to fry without oil. And this is just one of the many benefits of using these handy, dandy air fryers. Is it all hot air? Technically, yes: Air fryers use superheated air to act like oil, surrounding the food in heat quickly to crisp up the outside. The cooking is […]

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5 Reasons We’re Obsessed With Food Dehydrators

You wouldn’t think making food dry would help you with weight loss, but a countertop dehydrator is a secret weapon of leaning out: The combination of low heat and airflow doesn’t just dry food out, it makes it sweeter—natural sugars stand out in the foods you dry because they’re less diluted by water content. So you can satisfy your sweet tooth without reaching for highly processed snacks. And that’s just one of the reasons we’re obsessed with food dehydrators. Here are five more reasons we’re totally obsessed […]

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It’s Simple: Eat These 5 Foods, Lose Weight

You probably think it’s what you don’t eat that helps you lose weight. And for the most part, that’s true. You do have to scale back the amount you eat, but simple weight loss is mainly achieved by adding certain foods to your diet. Their secret? In scientific speak, it’s satiety. In layman’s terms, these foods promote a feeling of fullness, which can prevent you from having seconds (and sometimes even finishing firsts, never mind reaching for dessert). 10 Green Foods to Add to Your Diet ASAP […]

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Creamy Sweet Onion Dip

A dairy-free onion dip that uses sweet caramelized onions, nutritional yeast, raw cashews and more — and it’s about to be your new favorite dip. I think we can all agree that French onion dip is a classic. It’s tangy, salty, creamy and cool — making it an easy gameday and party go-to. However, the traditional kind we all grew up eating definitely lacks the nutritional punch. That’s why I set out to create a dairy-free onion dip that checked all of the boxes — and tasted just […]

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Keto Diet? Diet-to-Go’s Carb30 Plan is the Perfect Fit

  Ketogenic Dieting Do bread and cookies taste good? Sure. But they also have a knack for causing weight gain. That’s because they are packed full of carbohydrates — our body’s natural go-to for creating energy. And when we burn those carbs, our bodies naturally produce glucose and insulin. The problem is that by using that glucose as our main energy-burning source, our body has nothing left to do with the leftover fat but store it. It’s a vicious cycle — one that many try to break by […]

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How to Build The Ultimate Lunch Bowl For A Happy Gut

No #saddesklunch here — here’s how you can make a happy gut lunch bowl and be the envy of your coworkers. Whether you’re a newbie to the lunch bowl game, or you’re a long-time veteran to these versatile meal planning-friendly dishes, you’ll love today’s article on how to make a lunch bowl that gives your digestion a little hug with each bite. All Hail Lunch Bowls Lunch bowls are an incredible option when you’re making healthy eating a priority. They’re simple to assemble, very versatile, and they have the […]

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Steak with Homemade Cucumber Salsa (Healthy and Satisfying)

Paleo GrubsPaleo Grubs – When thinking of a paleo style diet, or more specifically, thinking about the types of foods that were mostly eaten by our ancestors, is there anything more paleo than a juicy piece of beef? After switching to a paleo diet, I was so glad that I could still eat as much beef as I wanted since I’m a sucker for a good steak. And this steak with cucumber salsa recipe is one fantastic way to enjoy a juicy piece of steak. It has […]

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5 Benefits of a Juice Cleanse

Have you ever had to deal with a dead car battery? Leaving your lights or radio on overnight are two of the most common causes of a drained box, just like failing to eat right or exercise regularly are two of the most common causes of bad health. Extremes in temperatures can also cause your car battery to die, similar to the way extremes like sugar, fats and processed foods impact your body. Now, compare your health to your car battery. Just as jumper cables can jump […]

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Country Beef and Vegetable Pie (Homestyle Comfort Food)

Paleo GrubsPaleo Grubs – Beef and vegetables. It doesn’t get more straightforward than that. It gives you everything your body needs in one delicious meal combination: protein, fat, and healthy carbs full of vitamins and minerals. So, how do you take this classic combo and improve it even more? That’s easy –make it into a pie. This recipe makes an unbelievably delicious country beef and vegetable pie that’s 100% gluten-free and paleo-friendly thanks to the cauliflower ‘pie crust’. The Perfect Marriage of Vegetables and Beef   This […]

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