Stop Throwing Nutrients in the Garbage—Make Bone Broth Instead

Posted on April 29, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 1 Comment


Certified clinical nutritionist and herbalist Christa Lund is back to share the ins and outs of a Paleo staple - bone broth. Who knew there were so many benefits to what we often consider scraps and trash? 

Bone broth- the mineral rich gelatinous substance made from slow cooking the bones of an animal is loaded with life supporting goodness. Once a staple in traditional cooking, bones have become nothing more than a heap of stinky trash in many modern day kitchens. But it’s time that we reverse this madness and stop throwing such versatile, delicious and affordable nutrients in the garbage.


Posted in Guest Post, Paleo, Real Food

Nutrition and The Minds of Our Kids—Guest Post from Prescribe Nutrition

Posted on April 23, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 0 Comments

Today, the ladies from Prescribe Nutrition are talking nutrition andit's impact on kids' brains and learning. 

Nutrition has something to do with the ability to learn?  You betcha.  We can’t believe Summer is right around the corner but before we all go run out and play – here is some information to cap the school year off right!


Posted in Commentary, Guest Post, Prescribe Nutrition, Real Food

5 Little Green Things You Can Do

Posted on April 22, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 1 Comment

Happy Earth Day! This week we are focusing on all things green and simple ways to go green.

With the massive amounts of information available about eco-this and sustainable-that, the pressure to be "green" can be overwhelming. We don't claim to be perfect (what fun would that be, anyways?), but we do understand that even small changes and choices that seem inconsequential can make an impact. The best advice we can give is to determine what is most important and realistic for your family. The realistic piece is key here. Don't bite off more than you can chew or, no matter what your intentions, you may end up with a stockpile of cloth diapers that never get used.

Here's are some little green things you can do: 


Posted in Earth Day, Go Green, Little Green Means Green, Real Food

Chicken Soup for the Food Pouch

Posted on April 15, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 0 Comments

This week, certified clinical nutritionist and herbalist Christa Lund shares her insights on what makes “a good meal” for growing kids and why it’s so important to start kids on Real Food for lifelong health. Her no-noodle chicken soup recipe made with bone broth is perfect for Paleo food pouches--and for the Real Food Lover’s soul!


Posted in Bone Broth, Chicken, Paleo, Real Food, Soup

The Art of Grocery Shopping with Kids

Posted on April 03, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 0 Comments

Emily Peterson of Simply Possible Health Coaching, shares her tips on the art of grocery shopping with kids. A certified health coach and holistic health practitioner, Emily has studied with international health and wellness leaders including doctors Andrew Weil, Deepak Chopra, and David Katz, Director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center.


Posted in Clean Fifteen, Dirty Dozen, Grocery Shopping with Kids, Guest Post, Kids, Real Food, Real Foodies

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