Duck Eggs

Duck Eggs

Eggs are an important part of the Paleo diet. They are nutrient-dense, good sources of protein, versatile and tasty too. When most people cook with eggs, they use hens’ eggs, but did you know that there are other varieties of egg out there that are even more...
Full English Breakfast

Full English Breakfast

A full English breakfast is a hearty meal which typically consists of bacon, eggs, sausages, `grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, baked beans and some toast or fried bread. Some people also include ?hash browns? (a form of potato cake) and black pudding in their...
Can Juicing Be a Part of the Paleo Diet?

Can Juicing Be a Part of the Paleo Diet?

Juicing is a popular part of many modern diet plans. It is often used as a “detox” system, or as a way to take in large amounts of fruits and vegetables that are labelled as super-foods because they are so nutrient-dense. For someone who is follows a...
The Health-Boosting Properties of Manuka Honey

The Health-Boosting Properties of Manuka Honey

Manuka honey is a form of monofloral honey that is made from the nectar of the flowers from the manuka tree, which is native to New Zealand and Australia. The antibacterial and health-boosting properties of this particular kind of honey are so strong that it is...
Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is a tasty and nutritious dish made from cabbage that is fermented with salt. It is a popular food in Germany, and it is gaining a following in other countries too, particularly with people who follow the Paleo diet. Sauerkraut contains a lot of fibre, as...
Multi Vitamins

Multi Vitamins

In the minds of many athletes, naturopaths and even doctors, the multi vitamin is “the only supplement you will ever need”. A huge number of people swear by taking multi vitamins on a daily basis to top up the nutrients that they take in daily. Is this...