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Easy Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers (Paleo-Friendly Dinner)
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The Best Crockpot Ground Beef Vegetable Soup (Try this!)
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Easy Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers (Paleo-Friendly Dinner)

Easy Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers (Paleo-Friendly Dinner)

If you’ve been craving something new and unique for dinner lately, then I’ve got just the thing for you. This ...
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The Best Crockpot Ground Beef Vegetable Soup (Try this!)

The Best Crockpot Ground Beef Vegetable Soup (Try this!)

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Meet Eric Gremminger, Enlightened Recovery Program [Interview]

Meet Eric Gremminger, Enlightened Recovery Program [Interview]

Growing personally is just as hard as growing a business, right? Today we’re talking with Eric Gremminger who will share ...
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Meet Mike Doehla, Owner of Stronger U [Interview]

Meet Mike Doehla, Owner of Stronger U [Interview]

Background Schimri Yoyo: Alright. We’re here with Mike Doehla of Stronger U, and we’re just going to begin with a ...
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Why I Hate Running But 10 Reasons I Will Never Stop

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I don't like running long distances. I started out running cross-country in school at around 11 years old and, after ...
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Fresh Herb Deviled Eggs

Fresh Herb Deviled Eggs

These fresh and flavorful Fresh Herb Deviled Eggs are perfect for a quick snack or any potluck or dinner party ...
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Piña Colada Sherbet

Piña Colada Sherbet

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Easy Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers (Paleo-Friendly Dinner)

Easy Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers (Paleo-Friendly Dinner)

0 from 0 ratings If you’ve been craving something new and unique for dinner lately, then I’ve got just the thing for you. This recipe will show you how to make easy ground beef stuffed peppers that look and taste impressive, so this one is definitely good for house parties too. It’s a nice and spicy paleo-friendly dinner option that makes some smart ingredient choices like using cauliflower florets to make a low carb ‘rice’ that you’ll then be mixing with a delectable mix of ground beef, veggies, herbs, beef broth, and tomato paste. You’ll then be filling your bell
The Best Crockpot Ground Beef Vegetable Soup (Try this!)

The Best Crockpot Ground Beef Vegetable Soup (Try this!)

0 from 0 ratings When I first bought my crockpot, I was literally blown away by how much of a game changer it was. It makes it so easy to prepare several meals in advance for the week ahead, and there are SO many unbelievably good recipes you can make with it. Today I’ll be sharing one such recipe with you guys. This crockpot ground beef vegetable soup might just be one of my favorite vegetable soups to date, and to be perfectly honest with you, I’m not a huge vegetable eater. I love how it has carrots, celery, broccoli,
Addictive Paleo Ground Beef Tacos with Homemade Crunchy Taco Shells

Addictive Paleo Ground Beef Tacos with Homemade Crunchy Taco Shells

0 from 0 ratings Get ready to start planning a weekly taco night with your family after you try out the recipe I’ll be sharing today. The recipe makes the most addictive paleo ground beef tacos with homemade crunchy taco shells. The taco shells are fantastic and don’t even taste paleo, plus they’re low carb and 100% paleo approved thanks to some smart ingredient choices like almond flour, coconut flour, and psyllium husk. These ingredients keep the carbs low while providing a perfectly crunchy texture that won’t break or crumble.Of course, it wouldn’t be a taco without the filling and
4-Ingredient Paleo Balsamic Vinaigrette Salad Dressing Recipe

4-Ingredient Paleo Balsamic Vinaigrette Salad Dressing Recipe

0 from 0 ratings A homemade balsamic vinaigrette recipe that requires only four ingredients and can be ready in only five minutes? For salad lovers, that sounds like nothing more than a sweet dream. In fact, I never would have believed it myself until I stumbled upon this fantastic paleo recipe. It makes a 4-ingredient paleo balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing that’s guaranteed to please anyone who tries it. The best thing about this recipe is how quick and convenient it is to prepare too, making it a perfect choice to pair with your lunchtime salad for those busy days where
Homemade Paleo Thousand Island Salad Dressing (Easy Recipe)

Homemade Paleo Thousand Island Salad Dressing (Easy Recipe)

0 from 0 ratings As much as I love a good Caesar salad or ranch dressing, I still definitely like to switch things up from time to time. Whenever I’m feeling a craving for something a bit different, I turn to my repertoire of wholesome and paleo-friendly salad dressing recipes. If you feel the same way, then I can wholeheartedly recommend this homemade paleo thousand island salad dressing recipe. There’s a reason this dressing is commonly referred to as the “secret sauce”. It’s really that good. The recipe itself is made with a carefully selected combination of whole food ingredients,
Creamy Honey Mustard Paleo Salad Dressing (yum!)

Creamy Honey Mustard Paleo Salad Dressing (yum!)

0 from 0 ratings A good honey mustard salad dressing is worth the calories, I think we can all agree on that. It’s even better when it’s homemade and made with all-natural ingredients. If you’ve never made your own honey mustard dressing, then you need to try this creamy honey mustard paleo salad dressing recipe ASAP. Ready in only five minutes, it’s made with nothing but fantastic whole food ingredients for that perfect balance of sweet, savory and tangy all in one. You’re going to want to enjoy salad for lunch every single day as soon as you get a
0 from 0 ratings One of the best investments that I’ve ever made is without a doubt my crockpot. It makes it such a breeze to prepare my meals for the entire week ahead of time. With that in mind, for the last few weeks I keep coming back to this great recipe for making an easy 5-ingredient crockpot paleo chicken soup. Since the recipe calls for such a small number of ingredients, it’s important to make each one of them count, and I can happily report that’s definitely the case here. Onion, celery, carrots, and parsley all go together beautifully with the chicken breasts to make one of the most satisfying bowls of paleo chicken soup that you’ll ever try. When you’re craving for something simple that does the job, this is an excellent option. Source ...
by Sarah Pope MGA | Updated: Jun 20, 2019 | Affiliate links If you love butterscotch as I do, perhaps you have wondered if it can be made without brown sugar. For a long time, I didn’t think it was possible because the classic method for making authentic butterscotch involves caramelizing the brown sugar into melted butter. Forget about buying authentic butterscotch or caramel (made with white sugar), by the way. Every single brand on the market that I’ve meticulously checked, including the organic ones, are fake…there’s no butter in them! You can thank the misguided modern fat phobia for the complete disappearance of real butterscotch. If you really love it, you will have to make it yourself like I have for years! Butterscotch: All of the Flavor with No Cane Sugar! You might be wondering how fruit-sweetened butterscotch could possibly taste right. Using other whole sweeteners like dark maple syrup or honey (shouldn’t be heated anyway!) doesn’t work well, after all. How could fruit alone succeed? However, if you go out on a limb and make butterscotch with date syrup, it tastes fantastic! The reason is that date syrup from California has butterscotch overtones already! Even Middle Eastern date ...
“If we learn to open our hearts, anyone, including the people who drive us crazy, can be our teacher.” ― Pema Chodron By Leo Babauta I was talking with a friend yesterday who is going through a very hard time, and of all the emotions that have come up for them during this struggle (anger, despair, etc.), shame has been the most challenging emotion of all. We all feel shame, and it’s perfect OK to feel it. There’s nothing wrong with us if we feel shame — it’s a very human emotion. But it isn’t very helpful in most situations, and so we can bring mindfulness to bear on the shame. And practice letting it go. Before we can let go, it’s worthwhile to mindfully work with our shame. What Shame Shows Us When I said shame isn’t very helpful, I didn’t tell the full truth — actually, it’s very useful, in showing us what we think about ourselves. When we feel shame, it usually is because we’ve done something that we think says something shameful about us. And so it shows us where we believe there is something wrong about us, something inadequate, ugly, unworthy of love. Of course, ...
Giving medical cannabis to infants is a difficult taboo to shift, but new research is paving the way. The launch of a clinical trial examining the use of CBD in newborns suffering from hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (brain damage caused by lack of oxygen) means new hope for the million plus babies born each year with this condition. These infants are often left severely disabled, and many die. Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) caused by asphyxia is the leading cause of infant fatalities in the United States (1). Despite this, HIE is considered a rare disease as it only affects 2 or 3 newborns in every 1000. Factors leading to HIE include maternal diabetes, lack of blood circulation to the placenta, preeclampsia, congenital infections of the fetus, drug and alcohol addiction, as well as complications during delivery. Premature babies are at particularly high risk of death or disability if HIE occurs after delivery. Right now, the standard treatment for severe HIE is hypothermia – reducing the baby’s body temperature to 33-34°C. Hypothermia has been found to have neuroprotective effects, reducing brain inflammation and glutamate production, as well as lowering the production of free radicals. Given within 6 hours of birth, hypothermia can ...
Want a quick and simple side dish that is packed with healthy nutrients? Try this Creamy Cauliflower Spinach. I grew up in the midwest and creamed spinach was a staple in our household — it was an easy way for my parents to try to get us to eat our vegetables yet I remember adding a lot of butter and cheese to it to get by, but hey, props to my parents trying their best! Creamy Cauliflower Spinach In theory, it’s a great idea especially when you realize how much spinach actually has to be cooked down in order to get just a small 1/2 cup of creamed spinach, it’s a lot. Therefore, spinach is a great side dish to add to any meal, adult or kid-alike, to boost the vitamin K, vitamin A, manganese, iron, calcium, fiber, and more. Many of the recipes on Nutrition Stripped are inspired by my Midwest childhood, sustainability values from my husbands family (and Dutch foods), going out to eat, and exploring other dishes that I love and respect from other cultures. Yet I always try to put my own spin on them, whether that means saving time, making them more nutrient-dense, using them ...
Get the Basics… The types of businesses serviced by this software are studios, gyms, and individual fitness professionals Having a branded app allows businesses to give potential customers the option to find, book and pay for classes in advance. Because the MindBody software is so versatile with its ability to integrate with other applications that have additional business support features, it is able to offer its users several versions of its operating platform to maximize the benefits. When over 200,000 fitness clubs worldwide serving close to 175 million customers are looking to bring in collectively over $87 billion in revenue in 2019, it means the space for fitness applications, software, gym equipment, innovation, and businesses has still not reached its ceiling. In an industry that is constantly growing, if a business cannot adapt to stay relevant, or at least change its process to be more industry ready and friendly, that business will absolutely NOT be around for an extended period of time. This is where MindBody and other fitness industry business software look to be a part of every business owner’s solution. With those notions in mind, this review is going to cover the MindBody company background and give you ...
0 from 0 ratings One of the great things about the paleo diet is how it can be adapted to meet the needs of so many different people. It doesn’t matter what kind of lifestyle you lead; it can be adapted to fit yours, too. My vegan friends are the same way with the vegan diet; they’ve shown me time and time again how veganism could work for me. This is one of the recipes they showed me as proof of that, and what better way to convince me than with an excellent mayo recipe? I’m a shameless mayo fan so there’s really no such thing as too much mayo with me. This recipe is made with raw macadamia nuts, avocado oil, Himalayan pink salt, Dijon mustard, lemon juice, and a fresh date. It’s loaded with healthy fats, essential vitamins and minerals, so it’s good for you without a doubt. But the flavor itself is absolutely fantastic. Definitely a favorite for me! Source ...
By Leo Babauta I’m far from mastering this skill, but one thing I’ve been playing around with is how important mental states are to our productivity, happiness, focus, health habits and more. For example, if you’re tired or feeling down, there’s a good chance you’re not going to focus on your meaningful tasks, and instead will look for distractions and comfort. If you’re feeling frenetic and in quick-task mode, you’re not likely to focus on deep work, but instead will look for easy busywork to do. Mental states will usually affect whether we do our exercise, eat healthy, binge watch TV shows, drink alcohol, eat junk food, or are open-hearted (or rude) with the people we love. So it’s really important to monitor mental states. It’s also an incredible skill to be able to move yourself into the proper mental state to do focused work, to create, to meditate, to exercise, or do whatever you find meaningful. In this article, I’ll share some ways to get better at moving into the mental state you need to be in to do that meaningful work. But I’ll also share an advanced skill — being able to do what you need to do, ...
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Remember, each monthly class is dependent on your feedback as well as the other NS Society Members! That’s why your feedback and engagement are important for McKel and the team to know exactly what you want to see and hear covered in each class. We had a lot of questions and topics come through about traveling, vacations, work travel trips, and how to stay healthy and on track while out of your normal routine. Become an NS Society® Member NS Society®️ is a monthly membership to support you in making healthy habits with monthly video classes, journals, recipes, community, and perks exclusive to members — all for less than $1.50 a week! Commit to yourself and stay accountable for your health. Join NS Society Source ...
Get the Basics… The coaching nature of sports training The General Physical Preparation (or GPP) approach to training Education in the classroom vs. Education in the weight room The difference between training and exercise The impact on clients and in the community Colton Tessener is a Strength & Conditioning Coach and owner of Arise Athletics in North Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from UNC-Wilmington and has 10 years of hands-on experience in coaching clients of all types on improving physical performance. His gym, Arise Athletics, has been recognized locally as Small Business of the Year and named one of the Best Gyms in Wake County (Raleigh, NC). Table of Contents Training Background SCHIMRI: How did you begin your journey in the field of strength and fitness training? COLTON: Like a lot of people, as a teenager, my first foray into exercise was the cheap little weight set in the garage when I was in eighth grade probably. Working out at the Y, and like all the other teenage guys who would do bench press and bicep curls, that kind of thing. Throughout my whole childhood, I was very active in doing different sports. Sort of found ...
Almost everyone has heard of the importance of site speed, even the average blogger with lackluster technical skills. In a previous article we did a comparison between two domains and found speed was the likely signal pushing one site above another in mobile searches. Google wants to provide sites that users will actually use. You may have the absolute best content but if it takes over 3 seconds to load your page its a big problem for ranking. Each 1 second delay reduces page views by 11% Each 1 second delay decreases customer satisfaction by 16% Each 1 second delay decreases 7% of conversion rate For a store doing $100,000 a day a 1 second delay means $2.5 million in lost sales. Google uses page load speed to help determine your sites rank. CDNs are great resources to speed up your page speed load times. Think of it like this … if you’re a pharmacy and you have one location for the whole world people are going to have to travel great distances for your products. But if you open a pharmacy in every state people can just go to the nearest location to get all of your webpages and ...
by Sarah Pope MGA | Updated: Jun 18, 2019 | Affiliate links Have any of you tried the coconut chicken soup from Nourishing Traditions Cookbook? It’s quite spicy, isn’t it? When my children were little, they found this soup too strong tasting. So, even though my husband and I enjoyed it, I ended up never making it! To please the kids’ taste buds, I developed this dairy-free cream of vegetable soup instead. It works well for those who find the taste of fresh ginger in soup too overpowering or who are less adventurous with food in general. Cream of Vegetable Soup Serving Suggestions Need a heartier or chunky style soup that can serve as the main meal? Simply add pastured roast chicken once the soup is blended and ready to serve. For young ones transitioning to solid foods, you may wish to blend the chicken into the soup along with the vegetables so that little to no chewing is needed. Dairy Free Cream of Vegetable Soup Classic recipe for cream of vegetable soup with dairy free ingredients and suggestions for serving as an appetizer or chunky style for a heartier main meal. Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes ...
0 from 0 ratings Mayonnaise is easily one of my favorite condiments for sandwiches, especially when I make my own homemade paleo mayo. Since I use it on everything, store-bought mayo just wouldn’t do. I prefer my own so I can enjoy it as often as I want, guilt-free. One of my go to recipes as of late has been this healthy paleo mayo with avocado oil recipe. It’s made entirely from scratch, avoiding many of the processed ingredients usually found in store-bought mayos. Using avocado oil as the base of the recipe is a fantastic choice as well, considering it’s packed full of heart healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, along with an abundance of essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. As soon as you try out this mayo, don’t be surprised when you find yourself craving sandwiches every day. I use every excuse I can to use this up! Source ...
By Leo Babauta I was talking to someone today and he said that with all the time he spends putzing around on the internet, he gets maybe 2 hours of focused time a day. I actually think that’s higher than average! But if he does incredible work in those 2 hours a day, think of the good he could do if he doubled or even tripled that amount of focused time. His impact on the world would multiply. It might be interesting to audit your own time, and see how much of it is focused, meaningful work. Is that a good amount for you, or would you like to increase your focused hours and impact on the world? For me, what success I’ve had in increasing my focused time comes down to three habits: Asking myself what meaningful, impactful work I can get done today. Creating space for the meaningful work instead of just doing busywork or being distracted all day. Working in fullscreen mode and diving in. Let’s look at each of these habits. Deciding on Your Impactful Work Most of us just dive into our inboxes, social media, favorite online sites, and busywork to start our day. We ...
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“My name is Zoe Sigman, and I’m the Program Director at Project CBD, an educational nonprofit focused on cannabis science & medicine. Ten years ago, we introduced CBD to the medical cannabis community in California. It spread like wildfire and has become the hugely popular phenomenon that it is today. There are occasions when public health priorities and pharmaceutical prerogatives are not equivalent. We believe this is the case with CBD and cannabis. We urge the FDA to maintain public health at the core of your decision-making process. CBD is a non-toxic, non-intoxicating, non-habit-forming, neuroprotective antioxidant. What’s not to like? Given CBD’s intrinsic safety & many potential benefits, it should be legally available without a prescription. Sensible regulations can assure product safety without going through expensive, time-consuming clinical trials. The goal should be easy public access to diverse cannabis product options that are subject to rigorous manufacturing and compliance oversight. Toward this end, we propose the formation of a Committee for Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products to assist in implementing regulations for CBD, cannabis, and other medicinal plants. Project CBD will provide a detailed account of the Committee’s responsibilities in a written submission to the FDA. A few closing comments: Regarding ...
These crispy and delicious Crispy Baked Fish and Chips are easy to make and a healthy version of a classic favorite. We are all about making healthier versions of our favorite childhood dishes and these Baked Fish and Chips are at the top of that list! What makes this delicious recipe even better healthier option is the fact that it’s gluten-free and baked so without all the extra oil from frying. Baking the potatoes at the same time also makes for a super easy meal with minimal cleanup. What’s not to love? Crispy Baked Fish and Chips Good ole’ white potatoes make the best “chips” for this recipe, but we make them all the time with sweet potatoes or Japanese sweet potatoes and it tastes fantastic! Another option if potatoes aren’t something you want to make alongside this dish is to use baked yuca or jicama as a “fry” with a sprinkle of sea salt, vinegar, or lemon juice. Here are a couple of our favorite side dishes that go great with these Crispy Baked Fish and Chips: Know Your Proteins Animal proteins aren’t for everyone, and we here at Nutrition Stripped are very selective of what we bring into ...
Get the Basics… Trainerize is a web-based workout tracking software used primarily for online personal training. It’s most valuable feature is a flexible workout creation system which can organize almost any workout a trainer can imagine. Along with 30 days of unlimited use in the trial period, the most basic version of Trainerize can be used forever at no cost. The digital age has taken many experiences and services online that were once limited to physical interaction in the customer’s local area. Personal training is no exception and while it may not have been the first field to take advantage of the possibilities of this era, online training and consulting are now a huge segment of the fitness industry. Its meteoric rise in popularity owes mainly to the additional opportunities and convenience it provides both clients and trainers: Whereas a client seeking a personal trainer was once limited to those within the distance they could drive, he or she now has access to some of the best in the world with no geographic constraints. While a trainer once struggled to fill unpopular workout times, sometimes even discounting their services to do so, they can now use such times to interact ...
By Leo Babauta There’s a subtle, mindful shift that we can make as we tackle any task, enter any project, start any conversation, move into any activity … and this small shift can make a huge difference. The shift is a softening, a warming, an opening. And that might not sound very powerful, but it is. Let’s say you’re about to start a difficult task, and there’s something about it that’s causing you to dislike the task and want to put it off. The task is difficult, overwhelming, full of uncertainty for you. So you either run to distraction and procrastinate, or you do it but really don’t enjoy doing it. Neither of these is helpful. So what can we do instead of procrastinating or disliking the task? We can bring some subtle, mindful, powerful shifts to the task. And in fact, we can do this to any activity. Try it out with one of the hardest tasks in your todo list or email inbox, something you’ve been putting off or dreading. Get ready to do the task, then try these practices: Notice: Notice how you feel about the task as you get started. Are you tense? Dreading it? Wanting ...
Beef stew is certainly one of the most popular comfort foods within American and Irish cuisine. When you take the time to carefully source ingredients such as grass-fed beef and rendered tallow for sautéing the vegetables, then it becomes a truly traditional dish that is tasty, satisfying, and healthy.  Read more… The post Basic Grassfed Beef Stew Recipe appeared first on The Healthy Home Economist. Source ...
We’re talking about a cross-over study in adolescent subjects and acute changes but that’s neither the only nor the most relevant reason you don’t have to be afraid of the bodybuilding staple, now. In fact, a closer look at the data seems to suggest that we’re talking about a ‘protein-anabolic decrease in testosterone’… sounds odd? Well, here’s how it may relate to your #androgenReceptors (AR) and eventually your gainz, irrespective of your age, by the way. I have previously addressed the possible ill effects of very high protein intakes on your testosterone levels – in particular, when those intakes are combined with a caloric deficit and, accordingly, reduced intakes of glucose and fat (re-read “True or False – High or Low Protein Intakes Have Profound Influence on Testosterone, SHBG, Estrogen, Cortisol & Co?” | here)… Now, a new study in Clinical Endocrinology (Schwartz 2019) shows that testosterone ⇆ protein/carbohydrate interactions trigger significant acute decreases in serum testosterone levels in those whose testosterone levels should be soaring: adolescent males. Read more about studies involving TRT/HRT & co on suppversity.com: What to expect from normalizing Testosterone Testosterone Gel Augments ‘ur Gainz PWO T-Increases Don’t Determine Your Gainz The Hormonal + Other Underpin-nings ...
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