Spinach, Cheese and Avocado Omelette (GF)

I’m not usually a fan of too much variation in my breakfast routine. In high school I ate cereal every morning for four years, now it is usually some variation of plain eggs and bacon… fruit or a Lara bar if I am running late. That being said, I decided

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Sweet Potatoes and Social Change Avocado, Tomato, and Bacon Salad

Avocado, Tomato, and Bacon Salad

This recipe was actually one of the very first recipes I tried upon becoming paleo. It is a fantastic lunch recipe. My best friend and I were living together when I first began my paleo journey and I remember her coming home on her break one day and asking, “what

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Baked Spaghetti Spaghetti Squash

Back in the days before I was gluten free, and now paleo, one of my favorite restaurant dishes was the five cheese baked ziti at Olive Garden. As I have mentioned before, I have a long standing love affair with cheese so the higher the number of cheeses in a

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Paleo Diet 101

I plan to start this week off by beginning a discussion about the paleo diet. I have mentioned it a few times so far, however my passing references may have started to confuse some folks, and rightly so. With all of the fad diets out there what gives my way

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Sweet Potatoes and Social Change

Savory Sweet Potato Hash

For me, side dishes are the hardest part about following a paleo lifestyle. Traditional side dishes are a thing of the past. Rolls, biscuits, rice, baked potatoes, and corn might as well be foreign words thrown in there with the odd looking Koine Greek vocabulary my husband studies night after

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Nutritional therapist Jesse

Hi, I'm Jesse

I empower women autoimmune warriors to reclaim their health by teaching each woman how to make the right food choices to heal her body while confidently owning her journey so she can live a vibrant life with chronic illness.


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