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Thai Peanut Salad

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One of my favorite say­ings I’ve tak­en away from my edu­ca­tion at Insti­tute for Inte­gra­tive Nutri­tion (IIN), is “taste the rain­bow!” And I’m not talk­ing about sug­ar-laden Skit­tles, I’m talk­ing about a well-round­ed nutri­tious diet that incor­po­rates all of the beau­ti­ful col­ors Moth­er Nature has to offer. Adding a vari­ety of col­ors to your diet is one of the eas­i­est and most eye-appeal­ing ways to ensure you’re get­ting all the vit­a­mins and nutri­ents your body needs. It’s no sur­prise that all of my favorite Read more […]

My Accidental Paleo Stir Fry

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I had quite an event­ful week­end in San Fran­cis­co for the Out­side Lands fes­ti­val (which was epic!), but returned home to an emp­ty refrig­er­a­tor. So Tues­day, still com­plete­ly exhaust­ed from our non-stop four days of fun, I stopped at the gro­cery store on the way home from work to throw togeth­er an easy stir fry. I had my heart set on a pad-thai-like dish with spaghet­ti squash, shrimp and veg­gies. I got home, threw the squash into the oven to roast while I start­ed prep­ping veg­gies, and only upon pulling Read more […]

Basil Lime Chicken

Basil Lime Chicken

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If you need a super quick and easy source of pro­tein, this is your tick­et (I even for­got to doc­u­ment the end result this was so quick)! Sim­ply throw some chick­en breast in this mari­nade overnight and toss it on a grill pan the next day and you’ve got a ver­sa­tile stash of fla­vor­ful pro­tein. I added it cold to an arugu­la sal­ad with chipo­tle lime ranch dress­ing and it was a deli­cious and sat­is­fy­ing lunch for work! You can also eat it over quinoa and grilled veg­gies, on its own as a snack, or any Read more […]

Paleo Pad Thai

Paleo Pad Thai

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It’s so nice to share a Pri­mal meal with peo­ple you love! My broth­er turned me over to the Pri­mal side last sum­mer and I loved it so much I’ve nev­er looked back. Around that time, I met a woman in her young twen­ties that was bat­tling uter­ine can­cer and she had start­ed a Paleo lifestyle and quit tak­ing her pre­scrip­tion drugs. Each time she returned for blood work, her lev­els were bet­ter and bet­ter. She was heal­ing her­self pure­ly through diet. At the same time, my dear cousin, Joan­na, in Boston Read more […]

Cucumber Cabbage Salad

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I real­ly have a thing for Asian salads–cucumber sal­ad, the sal­ad typ­i­cal of Japan­ese cui­sine with the deli­cious car­rot gin­ger dress­ing, sea­weed sal­ad– I could go on.  So when I saw this recipe I just had to make it. It was a per­fect accou­trement to my Shrimp Green Cur­ry. It’s like if cole slaw and cucum­ber sal­ad had a baby. Crisp, refresh­ing, and tasty! A warm weath­er must. Cucum­ber Cab­bage Sal­ad (Adapt­ed from Healthy Sea­son­al Recipes) (Dif­fi­cul­ty-Easy; Serves 4–6) 1 head organ­ic Napa Cab­bage, Read more […]

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