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Parkinson's

Apr 16

Preventing Parkinson’s and Neuropathy

By Jane Barthelemy. Over one million Americans live with Parkinson’s disease. An additional 100,000 are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year, with countless cases unreported. Worldwide, 7 to 10 million people live with Parkinson’s disease. Men are 1 1/2 times more likely to get Parkinson’s than women. Neuropathy is a disease that affects an estimated 20 million Americans, and 60% of diabetics suffer from it. Both Parkinson’s and Neuropathy are neuro-degenerative diseases involving the brain and peripheral nervous system. Although great progress has been made by the pharmaceutical industry to develop medications to reduce discomfort, unfortunately few resources have been

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eat-organic

Apr 04

16 More Reasons to Eat 100% Organic

As health enthusiasts, we’re already aware of the risks of GMO foods. However surprising new evidence now indicates the toxins are even more widespread than we thought, and many non-GMO foods are sprayed with Monsanto’s Glyphosate. New research clearly links increases in chronic disease to the growing use of the herbicide Glyphosate on a wide range of crops, including non-GMO. 

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Mar 22

Beyond Gluten-Free, or We’re in Deep Doo Doo Now!

By Jane Barthelemy. Are you ready for a new perspective on gluten? Gluten-free is hot stuff these days. The gluten-free market was recently valued at $4.63 billion per year, and projected to grow to $7.59 billion within a short time. While it is true that gluten reactions are increasingly common, here’s the Deep Doo Doo part:

brain-food

Mar 22

Food affects your body, mood & life quality!

Guest post by Dr. Eva Selhub, MD, Harvard Health Publications. I’m glad the research is finally IN! Yes, think about it. Your brain is always “on.”  It takes care of your thoughts and movements, your breathing and heartbeat, your senses — it works hard 24/7, even while you’re asleep. This means your brain requires a constant supply 

food-genes

Mar 22

The Food We Eat Changes Our Genes!

“Nearly all of a cell’s genes are influenced by changes to the nutrients they have access to. In fact, in many cases the effects were so strong that changing a cell’s metabolic profile could make certain genes behave differently.”

sneezing-immune-system

Mar 15

What IS the Immune System Anyway?

By Jane Barthelemy. Many people ask me why they tend to come down with colds and flu. In a group of people where someone is sick, they’re always the first person to catch a bug. Our common understanding of the immune system is based on

almonds-in-milk

Feb 18

Are There Any Almonds in Your Almond Milk?

Have you ever wondered how many almonds are in your almond milk? I compared four brands to find the number of almonds used. The results are astonishing. This won’t be my most popular post. There are only 9 to 14 almonds in 2 cups of commercial almond milk. A profitable business model indeed! 

walking-dog

Feb 17

10 Amazing Health Benefits of Walking

Our bodies are genetically designed to walk. Walking is one of the most primal movements known to man. Bipedal movement is part of our genetic heritage. Form follows function, and our bodies developed in such a way that walking is essential to health. Walking 30 to 45 minutes each day

Paleo-Apple-Pie

Oct 31

Paleo Sweets with no sugar spike or weight gain?

Sound too good to be true? Nope, it’s real. My big “aha!” discovery is how to make healthy desserts with no blood sugar rush or added pounds. Let me explain how this is possible. Easy! Simply follow my recipes, using original, unrefined, low carb, low glycemic Paleo ingredients like coconut, almond flour, and chicory root sweetener. 

Dahlia-Chinese-painting

Oct 15

Autumn Medicinal Foods

by Jane Barthelemy. It’s amazing. 4,500 years ago, the oldest book on medicine suggests we “Heal before illness can come.” The Yellow Emperor’s doctor said: “In the old days, smart people prevented disease it before it began, just as a good leader averts war before it starts.

Jane-balanced

Jul 23

End Your Food Cravings & Addictions

By Jane Barthelemy. Something amazing happened last week. My cravings vanished, and my body released all that stress. OMG, this is the happy balance I’ve been wanting for years! Finally it happened! All week, there was no craving for sweets, no moodiness or familiar addictive message demanding chips or chocolate. Nope. Just quiet balance. 

eggs

Jul 11

Egg Buyers, Beware

By Jane Barthelemy. You’re in the grocery store looking for non-GMO eggs, and it’s confusing. What is the truth behind these terms: Free-Range, Organic, Cage-free? Are any of these eggs Paleo? While most have legal meanings, the labels are purposely misleading. For example, did you know that pasture-raised hens may receive up to 30% of their diet in GMO grains? GMO grains are NOT Paleo.

hot-dinner

Jul 07

A Paleo Traveler’s Secret – Healthy Meals in a Hotel Room

Every frequent traveler knows the challenge of eating well on the road. If you’re doing gluten-free, Paleo, GMO-free, or any healthy diet, you can solve that with a bit of planning. It’s all in the preparation. I recently took a trip and photographed my hotel kitchen set up. Here are my 6 steps to eating healthy in a hotel room: 

healthy-summer-recipes

Jun 27

Healthy Summer Picnic Favorites!

Summertime is for freshly picked foods, when seasonal berries, greens, fruits, and vegetables are at their peak with life force and nutrition. Here are some of my favorite summer recipes.

nutrition-label

Jun 15

Still Counting Calories & Carbs?

By Jane Barthelemy. Counting is an accepted way to measure nutrition. But how effective is it? We can count what goes IN, but how much of that is absorbed by your body as nourishment? Calories and nutrition labels are estimates at best. It’s more relevant to ask if there’s any life force in your food. Your body is constantly swapping

gluten-free_flours

May 15

Gluten-free Flours, Best & Worst for Weight Gain

By Jane Barthelemy. What are the best gluten-free flours? Which flours are Paleo? Compare these gluten-free flours by carb content and risk of weight gain. Weight gain is associated with carbs, which convert to sugars during digestion. Check it out for yourself. Which gluten-free flours will help you most in weight control?

Gluten-surprise

May 15

Top 10 Triggers for Gluten Inflammation

By Jane Barthelemy. Gluten-free is hot these days. We’d like to blame gluten for all our woes, inflammation, indigestion, headaches, and emotional blues. While it is true that gluten reactions are more common, perhaps we’re falling into wishful thinking that simply removing gluten from our diets will solve ALL our problems.

brownie-compare

May 15

Which Gluten-Free Brownie is Best?

By Jane Barthelemy. Gluten-free is big business now. Every grocery has a gluten-free aisle filled with tempting treats like gluten-free chips, and gluten-free chocolate cookies. But why do doctors say they expect people to gain weight on a gluten-free diet? Weight gain is associated with carbs and sugars. As I read ingredient labels

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May 06

5 Steps to a Year-round Herb Garden

Fresh herbs are surprisingly easy to grow, they add aromatic flavor and beauty to your homecooked meals. Another bonus, they contain vitamins and minerals in higher concentrations than many other plants. I find that every dish tastes better with fresh herbs, and the most convenient way to get them is from your own garden, right?

breakfast-cereal

Apr 22

How Healthy is Your Breakfast Cereal?

By Jane Barthelemy. A healthy breakfast means a bowl of cereal. Right? After all isn’t this an American tradition? Nope. It’s actually a very recent marketing invention. A tiny mistake in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1870 changed the face of breakfast forever. Harvey Kellogg (recognize the name?)

arabian-coffee

Apr 10

Is Coffee Paleo?

By Jane Barthelemy. So, is coffee Paleo? Well, the answer is emphatically NO. Sorry, wishful thinking won’t put it in the Paleo era. The bullet-proof truth is that coffee was first cultivated in Ethiopia c. 1,000 BCE. Perhaps one of today’s most addicting modern foods, coffee was banned in Mecca in the 1500’s as intoxicating and inciting radical thinking. 

maple-syrup

Apr 03

Is Maple Syrup Paleo?

By Jane Barthelemy. I love maple syrup on my Paleo pancakes! After all, it’s pure sap from maple trees. Right? Sorry, the answer is NO. Is it really Paleo? Unfortunately, the answer is again emphatically NO. This probably won’t be my most popular post.

detox-cleanse-collage

Mar 25

Thinking of a Spring Cleanse?

A Spring Cleanse can make your eyes sparkle and your skin glow. Even better, it can boost your energy levels, improve digestion, aid sleep, and help you shed a few unwanted pounds. Spring is the perfect time to start over. But what exactly do you want to accomplish? 

Nightshades

Mar 02

Are Nightshades Paleo?

By Jane Barthelemy. I adore spicy foods! My favorites are Pizza, Hot Salsa, Eggplant Parmesan, and Ratatouille. Recently I’ve been trying a nightshade-free diet, and guess what? I feel so much better. What’s the real scoop on nightshades? Tomatoes, Potatoes, Peppers, Eggplants.

Doctor-holds-GMP-Book

Feb 13

For MD’s – Preview of my book, Good Morning Paleo

Doctors say a good breakfast is the secret to a great day. But for folks on a Paleo diet, traditional favorites like English muffins, yogurt, oatmeal, toast with jam, or treats like waffles and blueberry muffins are off the menu. Now, Jane Barthelemy, author of Paleo Desserts, has whipped up 165 healthy, luscious, low-carb

Jane-garden

Feb 10

My Surprising Journey to Health

Why on Earth did I become a Paleo/gluten-free chef? Well, here’s my surprising story. I come from a long line of nature enthusiasts, artists, and foodies. I’ve done many creative things in my life – this may be my 9th career – I lost count

Jane-eat-WHAT

Dec 11

Paleo Holiday Guide: You Want me to Eat WHAT?

By Jane Barthelemy. Best and worst foods for the season. It’s strange, but I always try to cook holiday meals myself. Not because I love to cook, but because I love to EAT! I notice many people aren’t aware of the huge differences in quality that we choose from in America. My body is highly tuned, and I sense everything I eat. If you feed me toxic food, I’ll feel it immediately.

Addictive-foods

Dec 02

7 Most Addictive Foods and how to be free

By Jane Barthelemy. If you’ve ever found yourself in a habitual relationship with cookies, energy bars, or chips, you recognize that strange appeal that makes you always want more. It’s all about momentary joy, and a specific neurological response purposely created to charm you into buying it. Countless studies show that certain foods stimulate

Nitrution-Labels

Oct 21

How to Speed-Read Nutrition Labels

By Jane Barthelemy. There’s a marketing war going on in every grocery store, battling for your attention and your money. The best advice is to simply eat real, original food, and skip packaged foods altogether. However most of us do eat some packaged foods. If that’s you, get ready to put your boots on

xylitol-pros-cons-2

Aug 23

Xylitol, Pros and Cons of a Sweetener

By Jane Barthelemy. If Xylitol is your favorite sweetener read no further – I’ll never disturb a beautiful relationship. But if you’re still on the fence about Xylitol, read on. Here are some surprising pros and cons that will help you make an informed choice.

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