Cauliflower Potato Salad (Paleo Recipe)

My wife makes excellent cauliflower mashed potatoes. It’s a great substitute and very tasty with a light garlic. And it’s amazing how much the taste and texture is like real potatoes. Now here is a great recipe for Cauliflower Potato Salad. The cauliflower taste is actually quite mild, and the texture is very much like regular potato salad. The key is cooking the cauliflower to the same softness as cooked potatoes would be. Make sure your florets are very small, too. Other

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Bacon Wrapped Asparagus Recipe – Paleo & Low Carb

This is one of my favorites. Crispy bacon and Asparagus. It’s so tasty that it seems like a cheat. This is cooked in the oven so there is no typical bacon mess. And it is low carb, paleo, gluten-free, keto and whole 30. If bacon is not your thing you can substitute prosciutto. Follow the recipes to get extra crispy bacon. This is easy to do, look great, yummy and works as an appetizer or part of the main course. How To

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Paleo Diet Recipes

The Paleo diet was popularized by Dr. Loren Cordain, PHD from Colorado State University, who studied the eating habits of our ancestors. He determined that their health was a direct result of the foods they ate. In other words, because they didn’t eat the processed foods, high sugar foods and foods that were loaded with carbohydrates the way that more modern man does, their health was better overall. The foods that are central to a Paleo lifestyle are grass fed

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The #1 Problem With The World’s Fastest-Growing Diet…

  Ever heard of the “Paleo Diet”? If you haven’t – its a diet based around eating REAL FOODS – unprocessed & organic. Whether you have or not, what you probably DON’T realize is that it’s the fastest growing “diet” in the world right now. From celebrities, chefs, elite athletes… even fitness experts–everyone is eager to try it or adopt it. And for good reason! Because no other diet or eating plan provides so many benefits so fast: – Increased

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