• Bone Broth, Part Two: Is This Really Good For You?

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    February 6, 2015 In the last three months, bone broth has reached a tipping point, with articles multiplying rapidly across food blogs and major media outlets alike. Haven't heard about it? You must live under a rock – which is ironic, since thi ...

    Bone Broth, Part Two: Is This Really Good For You?
  • What The Pho?

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    January 2, 2015 Nothing is as comforting as a big bowl of soup. Whether you’re recovering from a holiday season replete in heavy foods, or trying to fend off that winter cold making its way around the office, soup can be a magic elixir. This we ...

    What The Pho?
  • Curiouser And Curiouser: How Can Paleo Be So Sweet?

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    November 28, 2014 Too much of a good thing can be, well … too much of a good thing, which is what makes tiny desserts so perfect. In just a few small bites, you get the perfect amount of deliciousness without derailing your healthy ambitions. The ...

    Curiouser And Curiouser: How Can Paleo Be So Sweet?

February 27th, 2015

This Girl Is On Fire … Well, This Cider Is Anyway

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Need a super charged kick of immunity booster in one convenient little shot? Look no further than this home brew folk remedy: Fire Cider. Packed with just about every good-for-you ingredient you can think of, it also packs a punch mean enough to knock the socks off cold and flu season. But be careful—it’s not for the weak of heart! Continue reading Read more

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February 20th, 2015

Turmeric: Not Just For Cobra Bites Anymore

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Turmeric has been used for thousands of years as an Ayurvedic remedy to treat colds, heal wounds and even ease inflamed joints. But as modern research shows, there’s plenty this bright yellow-orange powder can do for a modern audience—from relieving symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and Alzheimer’s, to helping those suffering from asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This week, We The Eaters takes a look at the science behind turmeric’s healing properties, and dishes on how to incorporate more into your diet. Continue reading Read more

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February 13th, 2015

Just A Little Ginger Goes A Long, Long Way

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It’s not just for breads and ale anymore … nope, ginger may be the most powerful root out there. Feeling a cold coming on? Tummy feeling upset? Morning sickness? Migraine coming on? Ginger is supremely versatile in it’s immunity boosting abilities, not to mention quite yummy in just about anything. Eater Sarah digs into the details on it’s uses and the best ways to incorporate it into your daily routine. Continue reading Read more

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