Over at another question I commented that cold water is traditionally thought to be hard on digestion. I wrote "Drinking ice water is a ridiculous idea that is uniquely american. Enzymes work in a very narrow temperature range so if you throw... (more)
I was wondering if bone broth with a little added unrefined sea salt could be a decent recovery drink? I know it doesn't have potassium but I'm low carb and have a lot of weight to lose so I'm not interested in coconut water or tubers. I had some... (more)
I don't know if this will be helpful for you, but I put a shot of apple cider vinegar when I make a batch of bone broth. It has trace amounts of potassium and aids in my digestion.
So, I drink the stuff. Not as much as water, but sometimes I want something cold with flavor without any sugar, and I was unable for one reason or another to make some regular plain iced tea. As far as I can tell the two ingredients to be... (more)
I like to enjoy a few alcoholic drinks on the weekends. I have been doing NorCal Margaritas for a couple months. I was just wondering if anyone has played around with other Paleo alcoholic beverages???
I have some below that I like plain or liquored up for in-home or taken to parties. I gave the booze options that will work best. You literally can puree any fruit, add an aromatic, cut with a little water and add booze or seltzer to most anything... (more)
I drink an assortment of unsweetened iced teas such as hibiscus, green, black, Earl Grey, Red Zinger, and lemongrass. Obviously I also drink water. I also drink coffee and coconut milk. On occasion I drink red wine. What are you drinking that I'm... (more)
I saw this on sale at my local Native Sun and wanted to get some input (mainly about the oils) to see what my fellow Paleo's think about this. Always looking for some different beverages to mix things up a bit. Contents: Virgil's Root Beer... (more)
Eating pudding and heat
why does paleohacks font looks like anthroposophic waldorf school?