4 Easy & Delicious Paleo Recipes

  • July 13th, 2019
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  • Sarah Turner

These 4 Paleo recipes are personal favorites I’ve been cooking for 10 years. Over the years I’ve improved them for both flavor and health.

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The Paleo diet focuses on eating natural, high-quality food. It removes refined sugar and other processed foods from your diet and replaces them with real, healthy alternatives. Eating paleo is good for you, downright delicious, and will make you feel great.

I’ve created four delicious recipes that are easy to make and will impress your family and friends. Below are the key components of a good paleo diet. I’ve integrated these concepts into each recipe.

1. Vary Your Fruits & Veggies

By varying your fruits and veggies you gain the added benefit of incorporating different vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients into your diet, which will keep you healthy. In these recipes, you’ll see a variety of colorful vegetables.

Did you know? It’s been proven that organic vegetables have more nutrients than conventionally grown vegetables.  While they may be a bit more expensive, doesn’t it seem worth it if you’re getting 2-3 times more nutrients?

2. Use Fats High in Omega 3

Fat is probably the most misunderstood macronutrient. It’s ok to eat the right kinds of fats. In fact, it is necessary. Plus, without some form of fat, you’ll have a tough time cooking. Focus on using high-quality fats like olive, coconut, and avocado oil.

Consuming quality fats high in omega 3s actually helps your body to burn body fat. Omega 3s and omega 6s are important in brain function, muscle growth, and hormone production.

What’s most important is trying to balance your omega 6 to omega 3 ratio. This is because omega 6s can be good for you in the right quantity, but they also cause inflammation and compete with omega 3s in the body. Most Americans have an omega 6 to omega 3 ratio anywhere from 12:1 to 17:1 in their diets. This can contribute to cardiovascular disease. In our meals, we aim cook with foods higher in omega 3s.

Click here to get your Free Paleo Recipe Book.

Sarah Turner

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