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Terry Newton

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I just bought this stuff. The website says no bad chemicals in it. I'm no expert but I like this. The shaving gel with aloe is very slippery. Good stuff I think.
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Yeah, & it's the only thing that doesn't dry my skin out.
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Learn how to cure your heartburn without drugs! Plus, learn how to make the easy homemade sauerkraut!

#primallyinspired   #sauerkraut   #fermentedfoods   #heartburnrelief  
Learn how to cure your heartburn without drugs! Plus, learn how to make the easy homemade sauerkraut!
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Tips and Tricks for Healthy Eating while Traveling (with links to Paleo recipes)!
http://gi365.info/lifestyle/healthy-eating-while-traveling/
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Usually GMO oil and all things that make your stomach feel like a bomb. I'll have to say, it sometimes tastes really good going down, but it's not even close to worth it when I get to eat so many healthy great tasting foods everyday!
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what i've learned recently about real salt, why i make sure to consume twice the amount recommended by the american heart association, and how salt lamps can freshen your home better than any cleaning product!
(Note:  If you just want to know what salt lamps are, scroll to the second half--they are too cool to miss!) I never gave much thought to salt until a few months ago.  When I started living on my own, I bought the cheapest ve...
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Ok, so I'm going to get some. I live in Australia so we pay through the nose for everything down here. Every time I see one I want to lick it. We've been eating the pink salt for about 1 year now, it's awesome. Thanks for this.
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J.M. Lindner

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I'm a huge fan of coconut oil and use it for everything but I'm curious about other oils that would probably work well for Paleo.  Has anyone tried avocado, hazelnut, walnut or any other exotic healthy oils?
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where do you buy the grass fed butter?
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Is there a way to mix Chia seed and coconut oil into cold drink without it clunking up into pieces? Or is a blender absolutely necessary? 
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Keeping up with the italian theme! We've got a #paleo carbonara #recipe you're going to LOVE! It's quick, easy and delish! Enjoy! http://themerrymakersisters.com/paleo-zucchini-carbonara-eat-drink-paleo-irey-macri/
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Agreed +Rick Bauer it is entirely impossible to eat just one cashew!
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Just starting out with wheat free foods?  Need to choose between a wheat free gluten free diet, or possibly a grain free diet such as the Paleo Diet?

Here’s some basic info to help you get started.  Good luck and watch for great things to happen! 

#glutenfreediet   #grainfreediet   #paleodiet  
Choosing between a wheat free gluten free diet or one free of all grains can be intimidating at first. Here's a step by step guide to wheat and gluten free
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Cool page.  I got curious about types after discovering dark honey probably isn't the best for green tea.  green tea has awesome flavor but it's delicate while dark honey can have a very rich flavor.  it's not gross at all in green tea but its pretty over powering and I'd rather be able to taste more of the tea.

http://www.benefits-of-honey.com/honey-varieties.html
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The un spoken downside of paleo......

All these fuggin dishes........
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Yeah, I'm always in the kitchen & cooking or cleaning. Still, it's easier in my kitchen than in a cave somewhere.
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I have started taking my sleep a bit more seriously.  I have a florescent light that is about 24 inches long, and glows a soft white/blue light.  Instead of tossing it out and buying some expensive lighting system, I picked up a pack of these..

http://www.amazon.com/Hygloss-Cello-Sheets-11-Inch-48-Pack/dp/B000K78HUI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404335319&sr=8-1&keywords=Hygloss+Cello+Sheets

I just taped a few sheets over the diffuser ,and "bingo-bango", I changed the color of the light for pennies.  I have also used them on a whited LED light bulb.  LEDs don't get very hot and so far the house hasn't burned down yet!   The best alternative is still to use a colored compact florescent bulb in either orange or yellow (bug lite) colors as I mentioned in a previous post.

Sleep Tight!
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I've been using the blue light filter on my phone all this year. It works great, I still limit my use at night. I find if I stop watching tv 1 hr before bed & read a book it helps. I also have to limit my caffeine intake. Your working hours wouldn't help at all. When I was a shift worker, my sleep was terrible.
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Does anyone have a natural alternative to shaving cream. I've tried natural soap but it sends my psoriasis crazy.
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Cool, thanks.
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J.M. Lindner

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This is some good honey. I found it at my walmart for less than $5 for 1lb bottles, if you see it, try it

http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/p/madhava-honey-ambrosia-colorado-16-oz-honey/m6-1002
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J.M. Lindner

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Has anyone tried maca?
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Yep, I like taste but it doesn't agree with me. I get very acidic in the gut & it fires up my adrenals. But I have issues in this area anyway.
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Who else likes #bison? It's a great alternative to grass fed beef if you can find it, and if anything it's cheaper.  Grass fed beef is obscenely expensive where I'm at.
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no but I would and have heard its decent. plus its supposed to be lean and Australia is overrun with the things so they need to be culled anyway
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I went to Lowe's for another project, but found these "Mood-Lites" CF Bulbs.  They have 8 colors to choose from, so I picked up an orange for the bedroom, and a yellow for the bugs on the front entrance.

Between F.lux and this bulb, I hope to fall asleep faster after work.  I really should just stay off the computer, but you know..  :?

http://themoodfactory.com/mood-lites
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PS.  I love how they have the names all messed up for what the light waves actually do to your body.
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a major diet and lifestyle change doesn't necessarily happen smoothly or quickly.  but we all face these challenges, and we can keep taking small steps toward our goals even if we can't fully achieve them yet!
Dear friends, family, and fellow-travelers: I'm writing this post because I don't want you to think that changing your diet and lifestyle will be simple, and then, when you find out it's not, you'll be so frustrated and disap...
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haha! I was just thinking last night cooking cooking erry day all day.. it's different!! 
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