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Posted by Matt Smith

Whenever the holidays roll around, I just love having my hot apple cider, eggnog and especially a rich, creamy hot chocolate that warms me to the core. It instantly brings a smile to my face. One of my favorite reasons for choosing this particular hot cocoa recipe though, is that it's also dairy-free! smile

I can actually say I've gone through quite a bit of hot chocolate recipes, and while most are great, this is hands down my favorite so far!

Get ready for perhaps the tastiest 'Paleo Approved' hot chocolate recipe you've ever tasted!

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Posted by Matt Smith

Crockpots, in my opinion, is truly the most underused kitchen appliance there is. However, they are definitely the handiest and super simple to clean up! 

I always view them as if they are my sous chef preparing my food while I just go about my day working or running errands. 

You can throw everything in, set it and forget it. A few hours go by and you return to a home smelling like delicious dinner aromas.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

This week marks the 100th episode of the Optimize Paleo Podcast!

Whoohoooo!

In order to celebrate we’ve decided to do something a little different! We’ve been working our buns off on some pretty cool new projects and we want to keep you in the loop! I also took the entire month of October to create a presentation for a Kick Cancer Conference and the info is TOO good not to share.

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Posted by Matt Smith

With the holidays in full swing, I wanted to start giving you some delicious holiday recipes like today's, Savory Turkey Stuffed Apples! I LOVE this time of year because the food gets so nostalgic and comforting. 

Today's dish is exactly that. The sweetness of the baked apples pairs perfectly with the ground turkey!

So check out this deconstructed holiday dish, that is guaranteed to satisfy both your sweet and savory sides.

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Posted by Matt Smith

Who doesn't love a delicious spin on a classic Italian dish? This recipe will leave even the pickiest of eaters satisfied for more.

And as soon as you pull this delicious recipe out of the oven, I'm guessing your friends and family will make their way to the kitchen shortly afterward. smile

One thing I love about Italian food is that the ingredients are designed to be warm, flavorful comfort foods that appeal to the senses.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

If you were to read the nutritional section of the news today, you'd probably believe that...

Saturated fat causes heart disease.

A plant based diet is the HEALTHIEST.

The paleo diet is a fad.

And my personal favorite (maybe EVER)...

Farts cure cancer.

Because most people think that when research is reported in the news, it's pretty much always accurate, right?

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Posted by Autumn Smith

When I was a young lady, I always told myself pregnancy would be the time in my life where I would eat WHATEVER I wanted regardless of its nutritional value.

Until that is, I learned about a study conducted by Dr. Randy Jirtle, a professor of radiation oncology at Duke University.

Find out some amazing tips on this week's podcast.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Can you imagine if after meals it felt like food was trapped in your esophagus!?

And sometimes it was so uncomfortable that you had to vomit or visit the emergency room?

Well this is exactly what happened to one of my best friends, Kelly Johnson, as a result of a condition called eosinophilic esophagitis.

Kelly and I met on Jennifer Lopez's first world tour where she was working as JLo's stylist and I was working as her personal trainer under the guidance of Tracy Anderson. You might have soon her in Jlo's documentary.

And even though doctors we not really able to resolve her issue (and in fact, recommended she start taking steroids), after some diligent experimentation and a few dietary teaks Kelly is virtually flare-up free and feeling like a brand new women!

As a result of spending 7 months on tour with yours truly, Kelly got more than her fair share of "food is medicine" chatter. Even if she doubted the incredible power of dietary change then, she is a true blue believer now.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Lierre Keith is an American writer, radical feminist, food activist, and environmentalist. She is the author of the highly acclaimed The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice, and Sustainability. She’s also been arrested six times.

You'll learn:
How a vegan diet destroyed her health
A negative health consequence of vegan diets that can be permanent
Why hunter gatherers didn't get modern day diseases
Why animal products and choosing grass fed & pasture raised meats is crucial to mental health
Why vegan diets may be harmful for children
Why she believes agriculture is the most destructive thing humans have ever done
How we can eat to support healthy body, mind & environment

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