Real Life Paleo: 175 Gluten-Free Recipes, Meal Ideas, and an Easy 3-Phased Approach to Lose Weight & Gain Health

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Real Life Paleo: 175 Gluten-Free Recipes, Meal Ideas, and an Easy 3-Phased Approach to Lose Weight & Gain Health

You’ve heard great things, you’ve read the success stories, and you’re ready to try the Paleo lifestyle–but in a world filled with bread, pizza, and cookies, it can be hard to get started and easy to fall off the wagon. What you need is a guide to help you transition, a three-step plan for sticking with Paleo, and a cookbook with easy, everyday Paleo recipes. What you need is Real Life Paleo.

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  1. 57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Only Paleo Guide/Cookbook You’ll EVER Need. Seriously., November 5, 2014
    By 
    meritandfork “Nicole B.” (Washington, DC) –

    This review is from: Real Life Paleo: 175 Gluten-Free Recipes, Meal Ideas, and an Easy 3-Phased Approach to Lose Weight & Gain Health (Paperback)
    I’m one of those people who buys cookbooks and then literally cooks nothing from them because I’m only interested in 5-10 recipes max. (My last two $40 paleo cookbooks have been sitting unused for months. I made ONE recipe from one and NONE from the other. Seriously.) Then I get resentful because I spent so much money on a book that doesn’t have the hundreds of amazing recipes I was expecting… FYI, this is NOT one of those crappy cookbooks. This is truly the end-all, be-all, go-to paleo guide. Whether you’re a paleo rookie or a seasoned paleo veteran, you need to make room for this bad boy on your shelf. It pretty much contains all you’ll ever need to know to succeed in this lifestyle.

    Real Life Paleo is not just a cookbook. It’s so ridiculously informative, I can almost guarantee it’s THE BEST paleo book purchase you’ll ever make. It quite literally takes a real-life approach to explaining (& living) the paleo lifestyle, giving you a designated plan for transitioning, swapping out bad for good foods, and ultimately thriving as your inner caveman/woman – for the long run! Whether you’re new to paleo or have been living it for years, you CAN and WILL benefit from RLP. It contains a plethora of recipes, spice blends, and meal ideas, paleo lifestyle tips & tricks, nutritional information, helpful guides & recipe labels (nut-free, egg-free, nightshade-free, one-pot-meal, on-the-go meal, 5-ingredients-or-less, 30-min-or-less), along with all the reasons why paleo works. If you think you knew all there was to know about paleo or think you’ve tried all the paleo recipes out there, THINK AGAIN! I’ve been paleo since August 2011 and am still completely wowed by this book with all the enticing recipes & helpful information it contains.

    I can safely say this is my absolute favorite paleo book, and that’s JUST regarding recipes, alone. That’s not even taking into account the ridiculous amount of real-life paleo advice, info, & tips this book provides, which trumps all the other grain-free cookbooks I’ve ever purchased.

    Here’s my list so far:

    Peruvian Chicken Meal
    Brunch Meal
    Chinese Takeout Meal
    Turkey & Waffles
    Gnocchi
    Perfect Steaks
    Monkey Bread
    Baked Not-Potato Soup
    Snickerdoodle Whoopie Pies (I’ve tried their pumpkin whoopie pies and O.M.G. – I have no words)
    Honey Nut Cereal
    Spinach Artichoke Dip
    Corn Dog Muffins
    Mussels in Broth
    Egg Nog
    Pears wrapped in Prosciutto w/ arugula & pickled onions
    Chinese Lettuce Wraps
    No Bake Cranberry-Orange Bars
    Chai Tea Iced Tea
    Key Lime Pie

    I’ve never been so excited to cook from a cookbook.

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  2. 24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
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    A great book for people who want a gradual and guided switch to a whole foods based lifestyle, November 4, 2014
    By 
    Sarah

    This review is from: Real Life Paleo: 175 Gluten-Free Recipes, Meal Ideas, and an Easy 3-Phased Approach to Lose Weight & Gain Health (Paperback)
    Unlike finding a random recipe from Pinterest, Stacy and Matthews recipes ALWAYS work. This book is so much more than just a recipe book though, and this is why I’m so excited about it. The philosophy behind this heavy hunk of a book is in their three phases to better eating and getting healthy; swap, remove, heal.

    Swap is all about switching out the worse offenders for healthier options. It means going gluten free, removing refined sugars, and nasty chemical ingredients.

    Once you feel you’ve mastered this phase, you can move onto remove. This phase helps you remove the remaining non-paleo and inflammatory foods from your diet like grains, legumes and dairy.

    Then once you’re ready and in the swing of eating a paleo diet, you can move onto the final phase heal. This one is all about optimizing. You can only truly heal your body after you’ve removed the problematic inputs, whether they be food or even lifestyle related.

    In the heal stage you start adding in the dreaded organ means… although the Paleo Parents make them far less daunting. They introduce you to healing stocks, and fermented foods. As you know from Fearless Fermentation, my fermentation classes for beginners, I’m a big fan of these! They also touch on lifestyle factors like sleep, stress and movement that will all compliment your new healthy approach to life.

    There’s more to Real Life Paleo than swap, remove, heal though. It’s loaded with practical information to help you put it all into practice:

    Recipes are arranged into full meals, because you never just eat a roast chicken on it’s own now do you?
    Each phase has a full weeks meal plan to remove the guesswork
    Each phase has a handy grocery list to cover the essentials
    Brands the Paleo Parents trust for when you just don’t want to make something from scratch
    Tips for making cooking at home to make it quick (yes, quick) and easy
    Ideas on how to handle special occasions
    How to carry everything you’ve learned into eating out in restaurants

    If jumping into a whole foods based lifestyle cold turkey isn’t your thing, or if you’re already paleo but want to get your family on board, (kids included) then this book is for you. The three phases ease you into it and set you up for long term success.

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