Guest Post, Level Health and Nutrition: The Easy Way

Guest Post, Level Health and Nutrition: The Easy Way

Note: You can find another post-surgery paleo success story, Shelly Good, join Stacy and the extremely witty Krista Scott Dixon of Stumptuous on Paleo Magazine Radio Episode 5 on Women’s Health this week, too. Stacy talks candidly about disordered eating, stress management, how living without a gallbladder and with an autoimmune disease shape her paleo template and...
Guest Post, Fix Your Digestion: Post Workout Nutrition for People with GI Issues

Guest Post, Fix Your Digestion: Post Workout Nutrition for People with GI Issues

Normally Wednesdays are our Guest Blogger Series day; but, there’s just so many new and wonderful Paleo and real-food bloggers out there that we’ve expanded our series to two days a week. We hope you enjoy the expanded view points and unique content; if so, we encourage you to show these guest bloggers your support by visiting their blog and social media links at the end...
Why the Metabolically Broken Can’t Eat Carbs

Why the Metabolically Broken Can’t Eat Carbs

As we’ve posted about several times, the entire family went on the 21-Day Sugar Detox after indulging a bit this holiday season. This post is the result of Stacy doing the detox. Now, I want to be very clear about what “indulge” means for us because I think it’s important to understand in the concept of why my results are so drastic. Why we ate...
TPV Podcast, Episode 16: The Gallbladder Show

TPV Podcast, Episode 16: The Gallbladder Show

Our sixteenth show! Ep. 16: The Gallbladder Show In this episode, it’s all about the gallbladder! Stacy doesn’t have one and shares her experiences and how it was certainly linked to gluten intolerance. We invite over the nutritionist who convinced her to use supplements to make up for her gall functions, Diana Rodgers of Radiance Nutrition!   Click the...
Guest Post: The Link Between Gallbladder Disease and Gluten Sensitivity by The Paleo Mom

Guest Post: The Link Between Gallbladder Disease and Gluten Sensitivity by The Paleo Mom

As many of you may have heard on Facebook, this week is Gallbladder week on our site. We’d intended to get this post up yesterday on our usual Guest Post day, but our site crashed by something I (Stacy) did trying to optimize it. This is why we leave the tech stuff to Matt… After several days of painful research and fixes, we’re super glad to be back...
Stacy’s Autoimmune Protocol Results

Stacy’s Autoimmune Protocol Results

Before I begin this post, offering my results, links and information on the Autoimmune Protocol of Paleo work, let’s take a moment to thank Diane Sanfilippo for creating her definitive guide and information source on all variations of applying a customized approach to Practical Paleo living. For, if it hadn’t been for her book, I likely wouldn’t have...
How Stacy Beat Post-Nursing Depression

How Stacy Beat Post-Nursing Depression

Let me first start by saying, wow. The response to this post was overwhelmingly supportive and amazing. I admitted in that post to suffering from depression, which I attributed to post-nursing hormone changes. For 7 years I was pregnant or nursing. My body was adjusted to an increased level of oxytocin and Wesley weaning earlier this year did quite a doozey on my body....
TPV Podcast, Episode 2: The Autoimmune Protocol

TPV Podcast, Episode 2: The Autoimmune Protocol

Our second show! Ep. 2: The Autoimmune Protocol In this episode, Stacy and Sarah are both on the autoimmune protocol of the paleo diet for their various health issues. This has been a topic of much discussion among blog readers and pod listeners! The ladies breakdown why they are on the protocol, what it is, and who it can help. We hope this answers your questions!...
WTF, Practical Paleo is AWESOME – Part 1

WTF, Practical Paleo is AWESOME – Part 1

If you recall, I made a commitment to myself to do the WTF Plan. Short story results: I’ve lost 10lbs and feel much better. If you’re up for the long version, and my gushing review of Practical Paleo, I dare you to read the rest of this wordy post. WTF When I started my WTF Plan, I said I was going to eat eggs. And I did, for 3 days. But after a process of...
Taking on Too Much

Taking on Too Much

One of the things that I made myself promise to do for April, was stop taking on too much. I’ve been EXTREMELY busy in my career job. When I’m already putting in 10-14 hours a day there, having anything to do at home other than decompress is insane. That’s why Matt’s been blogging a lot (like here and here). That’s why we took last weekend...
Stacy’s New Protocol and Mantra

Stacy’s New Protocol and Mantra

People in my normal-don’t-know-I’m-a-paleo-blogger-freak life always ask me, How did you lose the weight? No, really what did you do? No, REALLY, what pills are you taking? It’s obnoxious. And rude. And hurtful. Frankly, NOYB. But, since they’re jealous and nosy, I’m happy to tell them I gave up gluten, dairy, processed foods & refined...
Rendering Suet into Tallow

Rendering Suet into Tallow

A few weeks back we visited Mt. Vernon Farms and, among the other goodies we got, picked up some grass-fed beef suet. Suet is essentially pure fat that is sometimes used in its natural form, but is usually used to render into tallow. We love to use tallow and lard in our cooking and making your own tallow from suet is incredibly affordable and easy. So easy, in fact,...
How to Enjoy Bacon without a Gallbladder

How to Enjoy Bacon without a Gallbladder

I spent the entirety of my pre-pubescent life as a vegetarian. Looking back, I’m horrified by the Not Dogs, Tofu Bacon and LoveBurger I consumed. I remember being disgusted as I watched my mother make LoveBurger: a box of bird seed, a bottle of ketchup and a wish and a prayer it’d be edible after a while in the oven. I got caught hiding it in the milk carton...
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