Infertility is clinically defined as the inability for a couple to conceive, with the pregnancy resulting in a live birth, after having unprotected intercourse for 12 months. And, it’s more common than many people realize. Approximately 10 to 15 percent of women aged 15 to 44 in the USA have difficulty getting or staying pregnant. … Read moreThe Link between the Thyroid and Infertility
Is Paleo safe for kids? Absolutely! In fact, children might benefit from Paleo even more than adults because their food habits and associations are just starting to form, and the nutrient density of the Paleo diet readily supports the demands of growth and development. A diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables provides a wide … Read morePaleo for Babies and Toddlers
Scientific studies demonstrate that the more vegetables we eat, the more protected we are. For example, for every serving of vegetables or fruit we consume, we reduce the risk of all-cause mortality (a measurement of overall health and longevity) by 5 percent, with the greatest risk reduction seen with 8 servings per day and more. … Read moreEgg-Fried Broccoli Rice
Are you considering following the AIP as your New Year’s resolution this year? That’s how I got started, but I would do it differently if I had to do it all over again. I started the Autoimmune Protocol on January 1st, 2012… just about 7 years ago! At the time, there was almost no information … Read moreYour Guide to AIP New Year’s Resolutions
If you’re a practitioner who is passionate about improving your clients’ lives by incorporating the therapeutic potential of diet and lifestyle interventions, read on!! I put together the AIP Certified Coach program with Mickey Trescott, NTP, Angie Alt, NTC, CHC to help health coaches, nutritionists, physicians and other practitioners better serve their autoimmune and chronically ill … Read moreHow to Become an AIP Certified Coach
One of the hallmarks of the Christmas season for me growing up was my mom’s baking. Butter tarts, shortbreads, chocolate truffles, molasses toffee, and orange-cranberry bread were made nearly every year, and only at Christmastime. Sometimes the plate was enhanced with gourmet chocolates. In fact, I associate that plate of treats with Christmas just as strongly as I … Read moreChristmas Cookie Round-Up
This post was originally published on this siteMy annual Holiday Giveaway is perennially one of my favorite calendar items. Not only do I get to highlight some of my favorite companies and say thank you to my amazing fans, but I get to help one very lucky winner kick off 2019 in style! It was an … Read moreDr. Sarah’s BIG Holiday Giveaway
This post was originally published on this siteThis might seem blasphemous on a Paleo-focused website, but (gasp) not everyone needs to be strictly gluten-free for their entire lives. Indeed, as discussed in Genetic Adaptations to Neolithic Foods – Understanding Bioindividuality, there is conclusive evidence that humans have adapted genetically, at least somewhat, to the change … Read more5 Gene Variants Linked to Gluten Sensitivity
This post was originally published on this siteLooking for an amazing gift to nurture and support a loved one this holiday season? Then check out this round-up of gift ideas featuring all my favorites for everything from stocking stuffers to the uber luxurious! These are companies that I endorse, products I personally use and love, … Read moreDr. Sarah’s Holiday Gift Guide
This post was originally published on this site‘Tis the season for turkey dinners, frigid mornings, and the best prices of the year. Yes, today marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season and it isn’t just huge corporations celebrating with awesome deals! Scroll down to read the entire list of amazing companies that cater to … Read moreMy favorites Are On Sale! All the Black Friday thru Cyber Monday Deals.
Mother’s milk is the perfect food for infants, meeting a growing baby’s nutritional needs with its protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamin and mineral content. The macronutrient ratio of human milk is quite variable, depending on the diet and health of the mother, the frequency with which the baby nurses, and the age of the baby. It … Read moreThe Best Dairy Choice for Growing Children
I launched my website just over 7 years ago. At the time, there was almost no information on The Autoimmune Protocol out there: a half page of additional foods to avoid if you have autoimmune disease in Robb Wolf’s first book, a list of foods to avoid for autoimmune sufferers on Prof. Loren Cordain’s original website—and no, … Read moreAll the NEW AIP Books!
This post was originally published on this siteCoffee is the second most commonly-consumed beverage after water in the world. In the United States, the majority of US adults consume more than one cup per day. Myth states that the coffee plant was discovered by a goat herder about 850 CE in North Africa, and it … Read moreCoffee as a Mediator of Health & Longevity
This post was originally published on this site At the Farmer’s Market over the weekend, I got very excited about this one enormous zucchini grown by one of my favorite local farmers, Fry Farm. It was a nostalgic moment because my mom used to grow these monster zucchinis in our garden growing up, easily ten … Read moreZucchini Bread
This post was originally published on this siteAre you interested in a weekend of relaxation and learning? Then I hope you’ll join me for the inaugural ThePaleoMom Workshop and Retreat plus ThePaleoMom Masterclass (bonus day) over the President’s Day long weekend in February 2019! This weekend is going to be jam-packed with cutting-edge information including … Read moreCome to The Paleo Mom Workshop & Retreat!
For many of us, any study suggesting our coffee-drinking habits might be good for us is a reason to celebrate (and to raise our mugs of hot delicious Americanos in toast)! And as luck would have it, a number of research studies show that drinking coffee in moderation could legitimately provide a range of health … Read moreCoffee and Autoimmune Disease
This post was originally published on this siteTourtiere is a French Canadian meat pie dish, and one that was a staple of my childhood. There are regional recipes (and much debate over which versions are the most authentic), but they are generally made with a mince of pork or veal with potatoes, mirepoix and simple … Read moreSalmon Tourtiere (meat pie)
This post was originally published on this siteOsteoporosis affects approximately 10 million Americans over the age of 50, and a further 34 million older Americans have low bone mass (osteopenia). And brittle bones in our later years is a major mortality risk. For example, 1 in 5 people who fracture a hip die withing 6 … Read moreThe Paleo Diet for Skeletal Health
In this episode, Stacy and Sarah tackle red light and infrared therapy and whether it’s true science or fake quackery! Click here to listen in iTunes or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player below If you enjoy the show, please review it in iTunes! The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 315: The Scoop … Read moreTPV Podcast, Episode 315: The Scoop on Red Light and Infrared Therapy