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Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan for the Week of February 10, 2013

Valentines Day week can seem a little crazy with special treats, Candy Kisses and Red-Ribboned Boxes of really tempting Holiday Chocolates. But your gluten-free diet must stay intact in spite of those marvelous goodies.

To help you with that, here is my gluten-free menu plan for the week. And, best of all, there are plenty of healthy meals for everyone ;-).

I start off with Roasted Chicken Breasts for the first day. While that’s roasting, you can make…

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Posted by Pat - February 9, 2013 at 7:30 pm

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Roasted Chicken Breasts – Gluten-Free & Paleo, Too!

This gluten-free chicken recipe is flavorful and simple, yet is easy to serve and it looks great on the plate, too.

And there isn’t a lot of clean-up afterwards, either. In fact, when I served this delicious meal to our dinner guests yesterday evening, it was so well received that there weren’t even any left-over veggies to put away!

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Posted by Pat - February 7, 2013 at 6:34 pm

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Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan for the Week of February 3, 2013

It’s not every week that I start off with hors d’oeuvres. But I did this week. Al and I just love the taste of the hummus and this particular brand of crackers. We are getting nothing for the mention but we really do like them.

And, it’s a great warm up for the Easy Meat Balls, Red Skin ‘Taters, Salad and Almond Bar dessert that complete the eatin’s fer the day!

The week continues with Braised Pork, Roasted Beets and Sweet Potatoe Wedges… Al (he sure is getting mentioned a lot this week) thought that they were gross when I roasted the beets myself in the oven. But, their sweet meaty taste and texture were worth it.

The Chicken Pot Pie is a traditional recipe but it’s buddy…

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Posted by Pat - February 5, 2013 at 12:54 am

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CrossFit The Paleo Diet To Maximize Health & Fitness

Travis, you’re a self-described Paleo and CrossFit Junkie, and for those who aren’t sure would you tell us what CrossFit is and how you first got involved?

CrossFit is constantly varied functional movement performed at high intensity. In other words, it a general fitness program which mixes gymnastics, weightlifting, running, and body weight exercises all into one workout.

I got started in CrossFit while deployed with the U. S. Navy to northern Iraq. The guys I seen doing CrossFit workouts were super fit, and they were always changing their workout routine. CrossFit delivers results and I was hooked from the first CrossFit workout I completed.

When did you first learn about the paleo diet and was the nutritional foundation something which made sense to you right away, or did it take some convincing?

I first learned about the Paleo diet in 2008 at the same time I started to CrossFit. It made so much sense so that I overlooked its simplicity of the Paleo diet as probably…

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Posted by alfonzoz - February 2, 2013 at 5:48 pm

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