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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

Would you take antibiotics if you didn’t have an infection?

Of course not, right? But if you’re eating conventionally raised turkey, that’s exactly what you’re doing.

While you may not have a prescription bottle in your medicine cabinet, you just might have some deli meat, turkey jerky or hot dogs in your fridge.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Everyone wishes they had control over their genes sometimes.

Perhaps you'd delete your family's abdominal fat gene?
Switch off the early heart disease gene on your dad's side?
Activate your longevity genes?
Or ensure you only transferred your favorable genes to your baby.

And even though it may seem like something straight out of a sci-fi film, what if I told you that you can actually influence the way your genes are expressed, and you can do it TODAY. Sound too good to be true? It's not.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Did you know that eating the right type of beef can do wonders for your health?

Despite what you may have been told about beef, there is actually a plethora of new research suggesting that one type of beef is extremely beneficial. That type of beef is grass-fed beef. Grass-fed beef is very different than its far more common counterpart, grain-fed beef. Understanding this distinction is vital to achieving optimal health.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

If you want to avoid excess toxins and improve your health, then understanding the difference between conventionally raised beef and 100% grass fed beef is extremely important.
“Grass-fed” means that the animals are fed only grass and forage for the duration of their lives (never grain), are raised on pasture, and are never treated with antibiotics or hormones.

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