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Our adventures in healthy eating.

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What to Make For Dinner? Easy Crockpot Chili!

Hi Everyone! I haven't posted a recipe in a while, so I figured I should get with the program! Last night for dinner, I made an awesome Paleo Chili! I found the recipe at fastpaleo.com. I used most of the same ingredients that they used, but I made it in my crockpot instead of on the stove! If you are looking for a meal that is super easy, and you can prep it early in the day, and have dinner ready to roll when you get home, than this is a great one for you! It was super tasty too!!

Here's what I did...

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Book Review- It Starts with Food by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig

 

Book Review- It Starts With Food by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig

I decided to review this book, because it is AWESOME! Every time I bring it to the office, it disappears because I send it home for another patient to read telling them how great it is, and how it will change their life if they let it! It's so hard to explain everything I want patients to understand while they are in the office, but this book explains EVERYTHING- and then some!

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Recent Comments - Show all comments
  • Ann Palma
    Ann Palma says #
    I literally just started my Whole30 Challenge on Monday (in conjunction with CrossFit)! I'm four days into it and feeling great.
  • Dr. Jamie Tripp DC
    Dr. Jamie Tripp DC says #
    Awesome Ann!!! Keep me posted on how you like it!
  • Lynn
    Lynn says #
    I agree with most of the W30 general guidelines. The Whole9 Life forums are also a good place for support; that is where I first l
  • Dr. Jamie Tripp DC
    Dr. Jamie Tripp DC says #
    Good Points Lynn- there are definitely exceptions to the rule. I think that most people eating a "standard American diet" would le
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