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Yellow curry chicken slow-carb recipe

Yellow Chicken Curry Recipe (And A Review of Everyday Paleo Thai Cuisine)

One of my favorite cuisines is Thai, and I’ve found you can generally find decent options in a Thai restaurant. Sometimes you might need to ask for it without rice, but beyond that the only thing you’ll have to be careful of is sugar in sauces. Or you can make it yourself at home. I […]

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Sausage And Pepper Slow Cooker Stew

Sausage And Pepper Slow Cooker Stew #slowcarb #4hb #recipes

On the last Sunday of every month, we get together at church and have a covered-dish dinner. There’s always a pretty good selection, and there are a few families that take healthful foods, but we’re never guaranteed to be able to make an entire slow-carb meal out of the foods people end up taking. My […]

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Slow Carb and Paleo Recipes and Tips for the Holiday Season

I know you’re all getting ready for the holiday season and that normally means food.  Lots and lots of food.  And potential to pack on a few pounds that never really go away. No one wants that, do they? Keep the menu lean and healthy with one of these holiday recipe ideas put out by […]

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Guilt-Free Egg Nog For The Holidays!

This is a guest post from Jason of Finding My Fitness It’s crazy to think that you can go to the grocery store and see Christmas decorations already (at least here in the U.S.). Around this time, I usually love to start drinking egg nog. There’s a problem though. I can’t stand it anymore. That’s […]

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Slow Carb or Paleo Lemon Herb Chicken

Chicken is a staple for Slow Carb and Paleo eating so I’m always looking for new quick and simple ways to make it taste good.  Herbs are a great way to do that without a lot of fuss. It’s summer in Australia so while most of you in the Northern Hemisphere are digging into soups, […]

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How To Prepare Vegetables Even Your Pickiest Eater Will Love

On the slow-carb diet, one thing you’re going to eat more of than you probably ever have before is vegetables. It seems really obvious, but a lot of people just don’t get it. To lose weight, they eat less calories, and that – to them means smaller portions of bread, fats, and sugars. But really, […]

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Slow-Carb Recipes for Chicken: 30 Different, Totally Delicious Recipes

photo credit: ruben alexander Not too long ago, I talked about eggs. Today we talk about the chicken. So I guess we have that answer! One of the easiest and most versatile proteins you’ll find on the slow-carb diet is chicken. I find it’s the quickest way to a solid slow-carb meal when I don’t […]

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Slow Carb and Paleo Party Food

Superbowl can be a landmine of bad food choices on the Slow Carb or Paleo diet if you don’t plan for it.  You can also stick to the plan pretty easily and eat some killer food if you’re up for a bit of prep. Here’s a few ideas to have a Slow Carb or Paleo […]

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Chicken Tenders: Slow Carb and Paleo Comfort Food

Chicken Tenders, Chicken Fingers, Chicken Strips, Chicken McNuggets.  Normally we think of these things as breaded, deep-fried (and possibly mechanically-separated, chemical-filled) parcels of junk food. It doesn’t have to be that way.  Using almond meal and some other seasonings, you can create your own, healthy almond-crusted chicken tenders. Ingredients 1 cup almond flour Sea Salt to […]

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9 Egg Recipes For Your Slow Carb Diet

Eggs: roughly 70 of the most awesome calories you can eat. Packed with healthy protein and fat, they’re a really easy way to get the 20g Tim recommends in the morning.

The problem is some people get tired of them. And if you’re like Laura, you wouldn’t miss anything if you never eat an egg again in your life!

With this post, I’m going to show you nine super tasty ways to prepare your eggs so that they’re not just the same old thing anymore. At the end, I’ll link you to some recipes that use them.

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