Can anyone suggest any good brands of Fish Oil, Vitamin D, Probiotics, Magnesium and any other helpful ones that are available in Australia and not needed to order from overseas?
I am planning on making my first ever batch of chicken bone broth this week, but I'm thinking I need to invest in a crockpot. What brand/model of crockpot does everyone recommend? All advice and suggestions are welcome!
Although nuts are something I use only as an occasional treat, I really miss my peanut butter & would like a replacement. I just cannot get on the train of LOVING almond butter. I adore almonds, but almond butter tastes straight up gross. ... (more)
They taste pretty terrible to me, other than their unsweetened coconut milk ice cream (although has sugar alcohols I think). I've tried their unsweetened coconut milk multiple times, and also their coconut 'kefir'. I was so excited by the... (more)
I think their products taste nasty as well...they use gum thickeners, and add water, so they must be fairly processed...I just stick with coconut milk, either freshly made, or from a can.
Setting aside for now the usual "Why don't you just make your own?" argument, are there any commercially available Indian condiments/simmering sauces that are paleo-friendly? I'd like to throw some leftover pieces of chicken into some masala (or... (more)
Is there a "best brand" for supplements, generally? I saw a question about vitamin D, but I also want to get a multi, fish oil, C, B, and magnesium. It would be great if there was a website where I could order it all in one shipment, and I'm... (more)
There's lot of comments about pasture butter, but I am curious as to what brand is most popular across PaleoHacks. Somehow, Kerrygold seems to have a very strong foothold. I'm not sure if it's cause it's just widely available or what but so many... (more)
Robb Wolf touched on this during his show last week, and it's something I've been thinking about for a while. There is something inherently unappealing about paleo. This is aside from the strict dietary restriction. Yeah, giving up bagels is... (more)
I chugged along happily for about 18 months referring to the diet as "paleo" after discovering it through Joe Friel's book, 'The Triathlete's Training Bible". The "paleolithic" part made it make sense almost immediately. It was so obvious from an... (more)
I'm currently running on the theory that anything I put on my skin will essentially make its way into my body. As I've tidied up my eating and exercise I'm now looking into my MAN cosmetics. Based on this concept I'm looking for some... (more)
I have also been on a similar mission, phasing out the crazy chemicals and replacing them with items I feel comfortable putting on and in my body every day. I have found that you really should just stay away from the main stream products. I use... (more)
Do you agree with paleo-censorship?
Fun article about fermented foods in the Arctic circle
Who wants to do Whole30 with me?