Alcohol – the Paleo point of view

With the festive season approaching the subject of alcohol becomes more prominent than it does at any other time of the year. With Christmas parties on the horizon, either through work or with friends and family, or indeed both, it is likely that you will be...

Natural sugar substitutes for the Paleo diet

Sugar is sugar is sugar. We are all (i hope!) pretty much up to speed with the fact that fat is good and sugar is bad but we all need a little sweetness now and again. When it comes to physical taste, the sensation of sweet is one of the five that our taste buds...

Healthy comfort food – myth or reality?

The human diet is one of the most complex issues we face, and for many reasons is constantly at the forefront of our agenda; and our media. Were it simple, then it would cease to become such a debatable issue. It may never be simple, purely because we humans are...

Paleo Flour

Because of its fairly remarkable properties, most of which involve gluten, wheat flour is the staple flour in most products. Owing to the ill effects of gluten upon the body, various anti-nutrients, and a tendency to cause bloating and lethargy in most of the...

Guest Blog: Primal Bakers

One of the best parts of my job is to find good quality Paleo products and over the last few months I have been spending some time interviewing some of my favourite brands to bring you an insight into their products. Today is an interview with Izzy who is one of the...

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