This post was contributed by Luke Douglas of Ripped.me One of the biggest concerns parents have is how to instill good habits in their children. That starts at the earliest age and never really stops. If you have a kid, you’ve probably asked yourself time after time how to motivate them to spend more time […]
The rapidly deteriorating state of the U.S. energy grid, coupled with our and rest of the world’s dependency on natural gas and fossil fuels, are intricate and inseparable contributing factors to global warming extending beyond the dilemma of the Earth getting warmer.
The United State’s Public Interest Research Group released their annual Trouble In Toyland report for 2016 that covers everything from hazards in children’s toys to recalls you may still be able to buy online.
This recipe for Paleo Egg Nog is dairy free, refined sugar free, and chock full of nutrient dense ingredients from full fat coconut milk and pastured, organic egg yolks.
New Years Eve is pretty synonymous with Chinese Food, although Chinese food from most restaurants is NOT Paleo friendly (or healthy). The good news is, you can still eat Chinese on New Years! Primal Kidz Mag compiled several of the yummiest looking Paleo Chinese food recipes on the web, and created a sample menu you can use for New Years planning.
Every year people clamor for the latest in high-tech gifts, but this holiday season give something a little more personal, all while supporting the planet AND small businesses! Check out our holiday gift guide of 30 Eco-Chic Etsy Holiday Gifts That Everyone Will Adore!
Winter is a time for soup, and this recipe for Sausage, Kale and Potato soup is the perfect comfort food meal for cold weeknights when the sun goes down early.
Include this recipe for cinnamon sweet potatoes in your Turkey Day menu and you can be sure your little ones will be getting a healthy dose of veggies along with their turkey!
A recipe for marinated beets that is both sweet and tangy, and will add a pop of color to your holiday table.
November is Adoption Awareness Month! These 4 unique stories regarding adoption were contributed by real women with real stories, from all very different and very real situations.
A delicious and simple Primal recipe for a classic favorite. Using real food ingredients though not completely dairy free, this dish makes a wonderful side dish at your holiday table, and even as part of a post-Turkey day brunch.
A Paleo recipe for a grain free granola full of fall flavors like walnuts and maple syrup. This granola could be used as a topping to dairy free yogurt or DF ice cream, paired with fruit, eaten alone, or even for breakfast with some almond milk!
A Paleo recipe for a grain free granola with the warm flavors of apples and cinnamon. This versatile recipe is great for picky little ones, or anyone in the mood for something crunchy!
November is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, and although they don’t use personal care products to the extent that women do, men still face chemicals in their products too! A few cancer preventing tips for the big boys in your life.
Unless you’re an avid skier, the cold weather may not make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside about going outside. But don’t let that stop you and your kids from enjoying the beauty of nature in its frozen state! Here are some tips to get the most out of the cold in a creative and fun way.