My husband John and I developed this recipe while we were having sugar cravings on the first few days of our RESTART® Program sugar detox! These are called Fat Balls, and they really help with the cravings. Some people like to just take a spoonful of coconut oil, but we found a way to do this that is much more tasty!
Epsom salt and has some amazing therapeutic properties, and taking an Epsom salt bath is a great way to get some magnesium into your body, since it absorbs very well transdermally, i.e. through the skin. Here’s how to take an Epsom salt bath, even if you don’t have a bathtub at home.
Pop Quiz: What do excess body fat, heart burn, heart disease, constipation, eczema, insomnia, and depression have in common? Answer: They are all “common” health woes today that were anything but “normal” through most of our evolutionary history. And they are all caused―or at least worsened―by poor food and lifestyle choices. The good news is that our genes are not our fate and we can change our health by changing how we eat and live.
Even if you hate liver, or have picky eaters to feed, this method of making frozen liver cubes, while at first a little unappetizing to make, is a totally painless way to hide liver in ground meat. You (and your family) will never be able to know it’s there!
Epic bars are kind of like jerky, made of ground meat mixed with spices and fruit, and they’re a super convenient protein-and-fat snack when you’re on the go.
In the spirit of creating my own convenience, I decided to create these homemade low sugar protein bars that taste (in my humble opinion) even better than Epic bars. These are made with beef, but you could also probably do venison or bison. They are both keto and paleo friendly, and they’re excellent for anyone who eats low carb.
Butter coffee, or Bulletproof coffee, is extremely simple: just coffee with butter blended into it. And, there are a few ways to modify your cup of joe depending on your tastes and health goals. Here is how you can make your butter coffee at home.