How Much Meat, Plants and Dairy Did Farmers Consume?

How Much Meat, Plants and Dairy Did Farmers Consume?

Meat, Plant and Dairy Consumption of Traditional Agricultural Societies One of the things I noticed while working on family farms is that meat is not as abundant on many farms as it is in our grocery stores. Farms provide us with a surplus of any food you want, but...
The Healthy Way to Barbecue

The Healthy Way to Barbecue

If You’re Gonna BBQ, Do it Right I think we can all agree that everything tastes better when it’s cooked on the barbecue. The flavors are more intense, the juices sealed, and that smoky flavor is hard to beat. While spending some time with friends in Colorado, I...
How to Make Ancient Einkorn Sourdough Bread

How to Make Ancient Einkorn Sourdough Bread

Einkorn wheat is one of the grains recommended to make sourdough bread on the PaleoEdge diet. It was man’s first form of cultivated wheat and looks entirely different than the wheat we have today. Europe’s oldest mummy – Otzi the Iceman – had...
How to Make Einkorn Sourdough Pancakes

How to Make Einkorn Sourdough Pancakes

  If you want to make healthy pancakes that will sustain you without making you feel like you need to take a carbohydrate nap, then look no further. Sourdough pancakes are not only more nutritious, but they are much tastier and lighter than the dense Bisquick...

Why Subway Can’t Use “Eat Fresh”

  Subway was marketed as the healthy alternative to fast food restaurants while I was growing up. I don’t know if this is still true, but if walnuts can’t claim omega-3 benefits and need to be labeled as a drug to make health claims, then Subway...
Should Athletes Go Gluten Free?

Should Athletes Go Gluten Free?

  Gluten is a hard-to-digest protein found in many whole grains and cereals – and is often hidden in processed foods as binders, starch and fillers. A 2009 study from Gastroenterology comparing the blood of 10,000 people from 50 years ago to 10,000 people today...

Organic, Chemical and Wild Plants

The difference between a wild plant and a domestic plant, is the same difference between a wolf’s eyes and a dog’s eyes. Much like organic agriculture, our body works more like a synergistic ecosystem than a laboratory filled with isolates and controlled...
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