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Posted by Autumn Smith

We all know how important balanced hormones are to our health. What is a little harder to wrap our heads around is all the moving parts and nutrients involved in keeping everything in perfect balance.

For instance: If your pituitary gland doesn’t receive enough magnesium or vitamins D and E, it won’t have what it needs to secrete hormones properly. Then the various organs and glands that depend on pituitary signals will be impacted as well.

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Posted by Matt Smith

If you need a simple, filling side-dish for this weekend, give this Garlic Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon a shot.

And if you're wanting to kick the recipe up a notch like I did, make sure you add some Ava Jane's Spices to it as well. They have seasonal spices you have to try and I was dying to taste the citrus salt and pepper.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

For decades, dieters have focused on counting calories, but recent research has revealed a different “rule to live by.” It’s way more effective, and it won’t leave you pulling out a calculator – or your hair.

That rule?

Focus on diet QUALITY – not quantity.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Have you ever dreamed of finding THE end-all-be-all guide to hacking your nutritional status?

If so, your dream just came true.

As you likely know by now, 96% of Americans are deficient in at least one nutrient, the health effects of which can be devastating (from fatigue to cancer). Which means monitoring your nutrient status could be the difference between sickness and vibrant health.

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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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