Paleo Info

www.robbwolf.com   (go here to print out the Quick start guide, shopping lists & the Food Matrix)  
www.everydaypaleo.com   (great recipes)
www.marksdailyapple.com
www.civilizedcavemancooking.com
www.paleomg.com
www.fresh4five.com/category/paleo
Bulk & Organic Coconut Products - www.tropicsbest.com

What You Should Have in Your Pantry:
-Coconut Milk
-Canned Organic Diced Tomatoes (no salt added)
-Organic Tomato Paste
-Organic Free-Range Gluten Free Chicken Broth
-Coconut Flakes
-Raw Almonds, Pecans, Walnuts, Macadamia nuts, pine nuts
-Almond Butter
-Beef Jerky
-Canned wild-caught Alaskan salmon
-Canned Tuna
-Olives
-Artichoke Hearts
-Dried Unsweetened Cherries, Figs, Apricots
-Olive oil, Coconut oil, Macadamia oil, Avocado oil, Lard
-Tamari (wheat-free soy sauce)
-El Pato Hot sauce & enchilada sauce
-Jalapenos, serrano peppers
-Canned diced green chilies
-Sun-dried tomatoes
-As many spices as you can get your hands on!

What You Should have in your Fridge:
-Eggs (preferably free range or omega 3 enriched)
-Grass-fed Ground beef
-Free Range Chicken
-Fish (flounder, snapper, trout, halibut, mackerel, salmon, shrimp, scallops)
-Steak (New York, Rib Eye, Round, Flank)
-Pork (loin, chops, ribs, roast)
-Lamb (chops, rack)
-Venison
-Nitrate free deli meat & sausage
-Bacon
-Mustard
-Salsa
-Hot Sauce
-Chili Oil
-Thai Fish Oil & Curry paste
-Unsweetened Coconut milk
-Spinach, Kale, Chard, Red & Green Cabbage, Greens
-Asparagus, Brussel  Sprouts, Beets, Carrots, Squash, Bell Peppers, mushrooms
-Green Beans, Cauliflower, brocolli
-Cucumber, Fennel Root, Zucchini, celery, tomatoes, Onion
-Avocado
-Garlic, ginger
-Yams, Sweet Potato
-Artichoke Hearts,  
-Organic Lettuce Mix
-Romaine
-Apples, Berries, Plums, Pears, Peaches, Bananas, Papaya, mango, Melon
-Oranges, Lemons, Limes

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Thursday, March 27, 2014



Samantha 7:36pm
Here is another protein source-6g/ 2 links.


Monday, March 24, 2014

Samantha 6:44am
For examples of meal logs and posts about calcium, carbs, recipes etc...check out previous post from May 1-10 2012.


Sunday, March 23, 2014

Samantha 9:03pm
Beef, Chicken, Fish, Pork- 7 grams per ounce  
(a serving is 3-4 ounces or the size of the palm of your hand)
(look for leaner cuts of beef and pork that state “round” or “loin” in the name, ie: Sirloin, Pork loin, etc)
Unless it is from grass fed/pastured animals then eat all the fat! It’s loaded with omega 3 fatty acids and tons of vitamins/minerals.

Eggs- 6 grams per large egg
Eat the yolk! There are almost equal amounts of protein in the yolk and the whites but most of the vital nutrients are in the yolk.  

Seeds & Nuts- 6-9 grams per ounce (look at the serving size and protein on package- as they will vary)
Look for seeds and nuts that are raw and unsalted, better yet shell them yourself!

Protein Powder-  16-32 grams per scoop
The protein source should be from either WHEY or EGG WHITES, no soy and minimal ingreients! You can use it to bulk up soups and sauces.  Use it to add to baked goods to increase protein content and in the morning when you need a quick, easy high protein breakfast

Unsweetened Cocoa Powder- 1 gram per Tbsp
You can use to mix with baked goods and desserts to give a chocolate flavor and also add protein.  

Lara Bars- 6g per bar

Almond/Coconut Milk- 1g per 1 cup/ 1/3 cup respectively

Almond Butter-6g per 2 Tbsp


Sunday, February 02, 2014

Jana 8:01am
Top 20 ingredients you should never eat when trying to avoid Gluten
http://eatlocalgrown.com/article/11764-hidden-gluten.html?c=cure

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