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.
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.
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.
Leeks are not the most glamorous of vegetables. Often overlooked, they belong to the onion and garlic family (called Allium,) and like onion and garlic, leeks possess several important nutritional compounds that make them an excellent health food to start implementing in your diet. The edible part of leeks are the long, cylindrical sheaths of […]
No one can debate how awesome the avocado is. Avocados are rich in almost twenty vitamins and minerals per serving, including: vitamin e, vitamin c, potassium, folate, and lutein. Also high in fiber, these super fruits are super good for you, despite its higher concentration of fats. The fats in avocados are called monounsaturated fats, […]
If you are looking at this recipe, chances are you are somewhat new to the Paleo way of life, as most seasoned hunter-gatherers can make this stuff in their sleep. However, I feel like there can never be too many cauliflower rice recipes out there, because it is such a great substitute for rice and every day […]