Hate to use the word superfood, but in this context I'm talking about non-fruit & non-seed superfoods, suchs as maca, ashwagandha and other powders. For example, a teaspoon (7 grams) of maca contains about 5 grams of carbs. Without... (more)
I'm looking for a way to order bulk digestive enzymes in powder form. I'm specifically looking for microbial enzymes which can survive the stomach ph and make it into the gut, which raw food enzymes like papain, bromelain, and fermented food... (more)
i am a crossfiter and am thinking of using whey protein powder for getting in protein in the mornings and after working out. what are the guidlines or where does whey powder fit with paleo?
Hi all! I don't think this question has been asked/answered before and the internet has thrown up a lot of conflicting advice. Basically, I'm in the last stages of leaning out. I listened to a Robb Wolf podcast about oestrogen and once of the... (more)
HI I'm considering adding a protein powder to my diet. I have trouble eating enough for my activity level because of my IBS so I'm a bit underweight. I don't have the patience/energy to do bone broth every day and the Great Lakes gelatin I use... (more)
I read amazing benefits of consuming raw cacao, then come across reading the negative effects of cacao. I don't know which side I should stand on. Testimonials speak volumes, and maybe I should guinea pig myself with cacao, but has anyone out... (more)
Regarding any form of cacao: My mood noticeably improves when I include cocoa powder or dark chocolate. Also, this is less scientific, but my exercise recovery sucked more during the times when I wasn't including these in my diet, so I associate... (more)
These two seem to differ. http://www.morethanalive.com/Cacao-Organic-Raw-Powder?s=cacao http://www.cheftalk.com/t/19794/whats-difference-between-cacao-powder-and-cocoa-powder (more)
Definitely the Soybean oil. Rice is pretty benign, especially in comparison.
I know there are differing opinions on using a whey protein powder, but I have had no real issues with it. However, upon a closer look at the label or my protein powder, the ingredients were definitely a shock and I know I should be using this... (more)
I found a source of dried organic berry powder from North of 49 Naturals in Vancouver BC I'd like to use in smoothies and more. These are low thermally dried and claim to have much nutrients. It is much more economical than fresh. Two spoons are... (more)
Do you think that Hintz dark cocoa powder (unsweetened) is Paleo?? i mixed it with coconut oil and 1 tsp honey to make it taste better, is that ok? please help i am new to Paleo. Thanks P.S this brand is made in Germany
I've been using this stuff: http://www.beyond-a-century.com/Enzymes-BioCore-Optimum--50-grams_p_219.html It comes from National Enzyme Company called BioCor Optimum. It has helped my digestion and I think lean mass gains VERY much. I add a... (more)
I currently use a protein powder made from pea protein, hemp and chia seeds. I know, I know...it's not 100% paleo because of the pea protein. I have another that uses rice and pea protein. I love eggs and fish and use that as my main staple... (more)
I've tried some hershey's all natural cocoa powder in hot water (plain, or add grass fed butter), and each time, it's given me some nasty watery bowel movements. Is this due to a magnesium effect or dosage effect, and if it is, does utilizing... (more)
I started Vitamineral Green about 3 years ago, at about the same time I started on what I now know to be a paleo type diet(I'm good at reinventing the wheel), and I noticed that it made me feel pretty darn good. After getting a free sample, I... (more)
I want to have a shake in the morning, and I'm wondering if this is okay or somewhat okay: http://myvega.com/products/vega-shake-and-go/features-benefits I'm getting tired of eggs in the morning. Thanks! (more)
I had to google to find the ingredients, and I think I found the one you linked to. With that said, it looks like a green drink with a bunch of vegan protein sources. I wouldn't drink it, but to each their own.
Canned tuna can start with a fish that is cooked whole (oil leaks out) then is deboned - then the "loins" are frozen - then shipped to china - thawed, put in a can, recooked - then shipped to USA. After all this, the Tuna loin becomes "least"... (more)