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The modern diet is markedly different from what our ancestors ate. At Real Food Forager, you’ll find:

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  • ways to incorporate ancestral & healing diets
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Recipe: Savory Roasted Turkey (Paleo, SCD, GAPS) post image

I love Thanksgiving, but preparing a whole turkey for company can be daunting. It's actually an easy meal if you have a good recipe. This recipe is one of my favorites because the turkey comes out juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside… Click to Continue →

Real Food Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup post image

With so many recipes to choose from, sometimes it is hard to focus in on which are best. You can rest assured that these recipes use only real food ingredients and many are grain-free! When you are following a special diet the holidays are the… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Paleo Stuffing (AIP, SCD, GAPS) post image

What would a Thanksgiving meal be without stuffing? It's actually easy to make a delicious grain free stuffing that everyone will enjoy! Eaten with savory roast turkey and gravy, it is a side that adds to a festive meal! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:32] Equipment Large fry pan (where… Click to Continue →

New Research: Impact of Food Additives on the Gut Microbiome post image

Research on the gut microbiome is barreling through the scientific community with the speed of light. So much of this research will validate what nutritionists have been saying for years. This latest announcement indicates a new study funded by the NIH that will investigate how… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Savory Cranberry Apple Chutney (Paleo, AIP, SCD, GAPS) post image

I love the fall! Who doesn't on the east coast? I'm actually ready for cooler weather and all the fantastic produce coming in. Cranberries are amongst my favorites because they are versatile and full of nutrition. Indigenous people have used cranberries for medicinal purposes for… Click to Continue →

Ditch The Tampons – They Are Riddled with Glyphosate and Other Carcinogens! post image

In the 1970's tampons were implicated in cases of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) which sickened hundreds of women and killed 38. Apparently they were using synthetic materials that attracted the bacteria that lead to TSS. Today, manufacturers use a combination of cotton, rayon /viscose –… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Spiced Kabocha Raisin Cookies (Paleo, GAPS, SCD) post image

As you may have noticed, I love using kabocha squash for eating and baking and this time of year they are plentiful and fun! Kabocha squash also lends itself well to grain-free cooking because it is so starchy. Many of my recipes require no flour… Click to Continue →

The Flu Shot is Big Business

The Flu Shot is Big Business post image

It's been five years since the CD expanded their recommendations to include everyone in this country 6 months and older for the flu shot. Wow! That's an incredible share of the market! That recommendation has encouraged pharmaceutical companies to fiercely compete with each other each… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Green Coconut Pudding Pie (Paleo, GAPS, SCD) post image

One of the most versatile foods are avocados. They have both savory and sweet applications. Every week I buy quite a few avocadoes because I know we will eat them all. Here is a very tasty and nutritious dessert! Nutrition of Avocado Avocados are classified… Click to Continue →

What Do the New Guidelines for Mammography REALLY Tell Us? post image

Today the American Cancer Society issued new guidelines for use of routine screening mammography. The new revision states that annual screening should start at age 45, not 40 as previously held. So, if you followed their previous recommendations and got your annual screening at age… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Creamy, Spicy Kabocha Squash (Paleo, AIP, SCD, GAPS) post image

I just love to see all the winter squashes and pretty gourds this time of year! If you are grain-free or on a special diet, you can generally eat any winter squash and enjoy the starchiness. There are so many different ways to use a… Click to Continue →

Butter Is Back at the 16th Annual Wise Traditions Conference Anaheim, California, November 13-16! post image

The most critical element for achieving good health lies in your understanding of which fats preserve and protect good health and which fats drive disease. We have been fed a lump of lies in regards to fats, but the Wise Traditions Conference will set you… Click to Continue →

Recipe: GF Herbed Zucchini Breakfast Bars (Paleo, GAPS, SCD) post image

When you are gluten-free or grain-free it's a challenge to find a healthy bread substitute that's easy to make. There are lots of gluten-free breads on the market, but many are made with very starchy substitutes that have not been properly prepared. I do not… Click to Continue →

The Gut/Brain Connection is Proven in the Current Medical Literature post image

The Gut/Brain connection that Andrew Wakefield first outlined in his 1998 paper published in the Lancet (which was retracted due to political reasons) has now been proven once again. Wakefield's original paper, called Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children raised the… Click to Continue →

Fat Tuesday has Retired!

Fat Tuesday has Retired! post image

I have enjoyed hosting the food carnival, Fat Tuesday, but, alas, it is time to retire. I've enjoyed getting the latest and most current article and recipes and thank you all for participating, sharing and reading! If you want to continue to see my best… Click to Continue →

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