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Is anyone here using the Nutribullet ?
What are your thoughts on this ?
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Jason King (JK)'s profile photoTerry Newton's profile photo
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I've just looked at the Nutri Ninja. It's a bit pricey but looks like a much better machine.
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I turn 46 this year.......Paleo eating & barbell training.
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+Scott Deuty
Thanks mate.
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See how easy it is to make your own eyeliner using an ingredient (activated charcoal) that is inexpensive and good for SO many other uses! I show two looks - one that is similar to an eye pencil and one that is similar to liquid eyeliner - each only using 2 ingredients that you most likely already have (one I KNOW you have).

See the post here -->
http://thrivingonpaleo.com/2015/01/diy-natural-eyeliner/
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Hi everyone just checking if anyone knows whether I need to soak all nuts, ie walnuts, almonds, anything with skin still on basically?

And cashews, macadamia don't need to be soaked as they have no skin?

I'm confused as some articles also say cashews are poisonous on some degree... 
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Just started Day 1 of my 60 day Paleo Clean Eating Challenge... http://www.thefitnessfamily.com/day-1-crossfit-paleo-challenge/
It's officially Day 1 of my 60 day clean eating Paleo challenge! Here is a simple break
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10 Easy Paleo Food Swaps.  You don't have to feel like you are missing out.
#paleo #recipes #foodswaps #realfood  
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Yesterday I had to take my husband to the hospital for acute abdominal pain that lasted for hours.  The doctor told us he was having a severe reaction to gluten.  We have been paleo for ten months and rarely eat gluten, but for the holidays we made a few exceptions.  Since going paleo, we have faced a shocking amount of skepticism, opposition, and ridicule, so in light of yesterday's events, here is my message to our friends, family, associates, and the online community.
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thanks +Kari Peters!  it is frustrating when a dish can be 99% of the way there, but they had to throw that one ingredient in that will cause problems.  we were just in Sam's Club though and saw some surprising new products for sale--trending more toward real food!  still a very long way to go, but any sign of progress is exciting.
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This month marks one year since we began experimenting with a paleo-type lifestyle.  In celebration, here are some quick highlights from this year.  I can't wait for year 2!
Hello all!  This month marks one year since my husband and I first began experimenting with a paleo-type lifestyle (also called primal, real food, or ancestral health).  In July I wrote about the many ways our health had impr...
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Hello everyone, I'm in the UK and have been on paleo diet for 2 months, largely to help my underactive thyroid and feel more energetic. So have been off pasta, bread, dairy, sugar, coffee, alcohol for 2 months now. I was ill week 1 but then had energy next couple of weeks, but it's waned and I'm still not feeling energetic. Any tips? I sleep from 10.30 to 6.15am most days as we have a toddler, I drink around 6 cups of water plus herbal teas per day. Haven't had much energy to exercise. Any ideas how to reboot my system? Thank you for any thoughts and advice. 
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If you number one goal is NOT loosing weight, I would try to eat more because it is as you are saying you want energy back. How else would you get energy if not from food? Giving you body less energy than it needs (i.e. calorie deficit) will definitely NOT help you getting energy back. Why do you think that you do not need carbs in addition to your protein each meal? Are there any disadvantages?
Oh and by the way, online calorie calculators suck. How could a computer program EVER know better what you need than you? Listen to your body instead! It knows what it needs! Maybe your body doesn't even need Paleo now. It all depends what you did before and what your goals are! :)
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For the ladies: Learn how to easily make your own blush using completely safe ingredients (remember, our skin is our biggest organ and if your skin absorbs the stuff put in a nicotine patch, it absorbs everything else you put on it!)
http://thrivingonpaleo.com/diy-natural-blush/
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+Tasteaholics  Definitely! Let me know how you like it if you wind up making some!
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Effects of carbohydrates on the more recent ancient human teeth...
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Bone broth gets some love in NY Times

Some restauruants are placing different bone broths on the menu. Like an espresso drink, broths can be customized, with add-ins like grated fresh turmeric, house-made chile oil and bone marrow from grass-fed cattle.
Nourishing stock is popping up on restaurant menus and replacing caffeine in the cups of Americans on the run.
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Both. It's a must!
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I put this post together after several friends asked me for suggestions on how to put together a paleo meal plan and what our regular menu looked like.  After 10 months of experience with a paleo-type lifestyle, here are my tips for cooking quality food without spending all day in the kitchen.
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Just found this at Walmart of all places!  On sale after the holidays, even.  Whole goose from Schiltz Farms, naturally raised, on a real farm, with no antibiotics, and not injected with a "solution" like all the whole turkeys at the store were.  The company's website details how the geese are raised--they are given plenty of space indoors until they are old enough to be safe in the weather outside, and by the time they are 8 weeks old, they can range freely in large fields.  They do feed them grain, but at least they also get to eat hay, alfalfa, and growing plants outdoors.  I have never had goose before, but I am excited to try it!
FAQs about the farm:  http://www.schiltzfoods.com/help_answer.asp?ID=26#312
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almost 13 pounds!
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Ok so my New year's eve goes like this. We get on our bikes at 11am. We ride 150km when my mate Joel crashes his bike in a low speed topple over in Galston Gorge. He & his bike are ok but he's broken the clutch lever and gear lever and his bike can't be ridden. We are 150km from home. We lock the steering on his bike and leave it there, & Joel jumps on my bike with me to travel home to get his car and trailer. After traveling back with the car and trailer, Joel realizes he's left his bike keys at home & we can't unlock the steering on his bike. We try to load the bike but it's not possible. So we drive 150km back home for the keys. Poor Joel has taken this very poorly so I jump behind the wheel & do all the driving. We get home, get the keys & travel back to Sydney to load the bike. I'm feeling exhausted and very shaky but I have to drive because my mate isn't in a very good frame of mind. We get back home at 0515 New year's day, in the last 24hrs I've ridden my bike for 300km & driven a car for 450km . It's going on 9 am, I've just had a couple of hours sleep, oh.......& its LEG DAY 😱. HAPPY NEW YEAR everybody.
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+Zoe-Ann C
This is what I'm talking about.
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