Paleo Death By Chocolate Cake

February. Roses, cards, hearts and chocolate. Oh, and my birthday month! It’s the shortest month and my birthday is two days after Valentine’s Day, which is great because my boyfriend doesn’t forget what day is my birthday.  But not great so great because my birthday celebration gets combined with Valentine’s Day. So, I decide I’m going to make the whole month my birthday month!

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Sprouts Farmers Market, Gut Health… and a Paleo Chinese Spicy Pickled Cucumbers Recipe!

A while back, Sprouts Farmers Market hosted a blogger tour at the Morningside location in Atlanta, with the theme “Eat Your Way to a Healthier Gut”, led by Atlanta-based registered dietitian nutritionist, Marisa Moore.  I had the pleasure of being one of the bloggers invited to join and learn all about probiotic rich foods that promote a healthy tummy!  This inspired me to post a family recipe – Paleo Chinese Spicy Pickled Cucumbers!

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One-Pan Roasted Chicken and Veggies (Paleo, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Whole30)

About this One-Pan Roasted Chicken and Veggies… I’ve mentioned a few times before that I love to do meal prep — and here’s why! First, you can do recipes like this that are super easy and only take a small chunk out of your day, and then you’ve got food for the rest of the week. But most importantly, it helps you stay on track: you’re more likely to stick to your paleo/keto/clean eating etc. if there’s already food and snacks available to you that stick to that plan. If you have to go foraging for something, you’re more likely

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Eating Paleo at El Porton Mexican Restaurant

Guys Guys Guys Guys GUYS.  ZOMG.  This is one of my fave things to eat ever.  El Porton is a Mexican restaurant (if you couldn’t guess by the name).  I originally thought there was only 1, and it was in Duluth, but since then I’ve discovered there’s another one in Jones Bridge, and actually 3 additional ones as well in Georgia.  If your’e trying to eat Paleo at El Porton (and eat delicious) – check out my recommendations.

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