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Posted by Matt Smith

Let's talk about one of my favorite Chinese food dishes of all time — Orange Chicken!

However, 99% of the time you get orange chicken, it's loaded with soy, MSG and flour. These are all problematic ingredients we want to avoid at all costs.

Unfortunately, restaurants and just about every orange chicken recipe I found online, use these harmful ingredients too. For this reason, I wanted to make a Paleo version that is guilt free and actually beneficial for your health.

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Posted by Matt Smith

To me there is nothing better than when spring arrives because I love the foods and flavors that come along with it.

Plus, it's about time to dust off your grill and get it ready for an amazing spring and summer full of BBQ parties and Paleo picnics.

One combination of flavors that I love to begin incorporating back into my diet throughout the spring and summer months is to add fresh mint with tropical fruits. In this case, we'll be using a deliciously ripe pineapple and fresh mint to create a sweet and refreshing salsa to dress on top of the chicken thighs!

So fire up that grill of yours because here's a Grilled Chicken Thighs with Pineapple-Mint Salsa recipe that is guaranteed to knock the socks off your next get together.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Over 18 million Americans are watching their health go down the drain, and they have no idea why.

But research shows this 1 protein is behind it all.

You can’t go to the grocery store without seeing countless advertisements against it, but if you’re like many Americans, you’ve secretly been wondering what the big deal is.

You’ve heard it’s bad for you – but why?

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Posted by Autumn Smith

If you've been a member of the Paleovalley family for a while now, you know I always advocate stabilizing (and testing!) your blood sugar because...

High levels of blood sugar are downright dangerous.

In fact, chronically elevated levels can predispose you to heart disease, diabetes, mood issues, Alzheimer's, weight gain, and accelerated aging.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Ask any cardiologist and he or she will tell you that exercise plays a key role in heart health.

Don’t get me wrong, it DOES. Being a former fitness trainer, I know the value of proper
exercise.The point I want to make is this:

Exercise isn’t enough to counteract a diet lacking in heart-healthy nutrients, and there’s 1 nutrient that outshines them all when it comes to your cardiovascular health: CoQ10

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