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Karlie "Eat to Live" @karlie_eat_to_live

Karlie "Eat to Live" karlie_eat_to_live
  • website: http://www.facebook.com/karlieeattolive
  • bio: IF Keto LCHF Paleo Primal Health Foodie Fitness Whole30 Spiraliser I quit sugar Sydneysider Nutrition student Buy my Activated Nuts & Spiralisers
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Every time you eat, it's an opportunity to nourish yourself. I don't do piddly little salads. I do colourful, satiating, big ass power salads, with meat and fat and fermented vegetables. -Mixed leaves -Very ripe tomato -Leftover roast lamb shank, pumpkin, yellow squash, garlic and eggplant drowning in 5tblsp of hot ghee -Homemade activated almonds and walnuts -Homemade probiotic sauerkraut -Squeeze of lemon, pink salt #Whole30 day 13, feeling great. #eattherainbow #paleo #primal #jerf #instahealth #healthspo

Every time you eat, it's an opportunity to nourish yourself.

I don't do piddly little salads. I do colourful, satiating, big ass power salads, with meat and fat and fermented vegetables. -Mixed leaves
-Very ripe tomato
-Leftover roast lamb shank, pumpkin, yellow squash, garlic and eggplant drowning in 5tblsp of hot ghee
-Homemade activated almonds and walnuts
-Homemade probiotic sauerkraut
-Squeeze of lemon, pink salt

#Whole30  day 13, feeling great. 
#eattherainbow #paleo #primal #jerf #instahealth #healthspo

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2014-09-22 06:06:30

Boney broth, Boney broth, Oooo boney boney boney boney broth. Second batch I've made this #Whole30. On a role! This is different to making stock. The main difference is stock simmers for an hour or two at the most. Bone broth must be cooked for a minimum of 24 hours, sometimes up to 72hrs to draw out the nutrients from the bones and get the full benefits that the bones have to offer humans. You can roast any meaty bones first (I'll include my roasted lamb shank bones from last night's dinner alongside raw, grass-finished free range bones from my special butcher man) for extra flavour and add onion, carrot, celery of you like. I didn't add any veges this time. I find it's super tasty just with bones and some apple cider vinegar to draw out more nutrients. Season with natural salt like Himalayan pink our Celtic sea salt at the end. After cooking, you just strain out any of the solids, discard them and keep the lovely liquid. You can drink a mug of bone broth each day or use it as a powerfood stock to make casseroles, soups, curries, stews, etc. #superfood #collagen #gelatin #calcium #phosphorus #magnesium #bioavailable #nutrients #marrow #nutrientdense #brainfood #bonehealth #jointrepair #guthealth #healthegut #bonebroth #bonebrothheals #paleo #primal #jerf #justeatrealfood #healthyfoodshare #instahealth #Instarecipes

Boney broth,
Boney broth,
Oooo boney boney boney boney broth.

Second batch I've made this #Whole30. On a role!

This is different to making stock. The main difference is stock simmers for an hour or two at the most. Bone broth must be cooked for a minimum of 24 hours, sometimes up to 72hrs to draw out the nutrients from the bones and get the full benefits that the  bones have to offer humans. 
You can roast any meaty bones first (I'll include my roasted lamb shank bones from last night's dinner alongside raw, grass-finished free range bones from my special butcher man) for extra flavour and add onion, carrot, celery of you like. I didn't add any veges this time. I find it's super tasty just with bones and some apple cider vinegar to draw out more nutrients. Season with natural salt like Himalayan pink our Celtic sea salt at the end. 
After cooking, you just strain out any of the solids, discard them and keep the lovely liquid. You can drink a mug of bone broth each day or use it as a powerfood stock to make casseroles, soups, curries, stews, etc.

#superfood #collagen #gelatin #calcium #phosphorus #magnesium #bioavailable #nutrients #marrow #nutrientdense #brainfood #bonehealth #jointrepair #guthealth #healthegut #bonebroth #bonebrothheals #paleo #primal #jerf #justeatrealfood #healthyfoodshare #instahealth #Instarecipes

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  • @thehixmix (1 dni)
    @jmhartmann This lady has a whole lotta info on bone broth & health in general. Good idea to follow her!
     
  • @jmhartmann (1 dni)
    Thanks @thehixmix just saw this
     
 

2014-09-22 00:44:07

Thought I'd take the liberty to share my #whole30 group reflection with you... :) Hey y'all. I'm very aware that since I started my whole 30 that I've haven't been very "present" in this group. During my first W30 I enthusiastically posted amazing creations every single day, during my second I held a FB event and had loads of ppl w30-ing with me who posted their yummy things on a daily basis. This time because we're all starting at different times, it's been a little sporadic and inconsistent. So this brings to my question: Who's still with me? Who started in September and is till ploughing through? Who recently began? Well I'm almost halfway and this is exactly how I feel (below). I've dodged baked ricotta at a staff breakfast, Portuguese custard tarts at a hen's day and the yummiest paleo orange cake with Gippsland double cream, which I'll admit I just wanted to dive into like some sort of wild animal and I've decided will be the first treat I make when I finish. Here's some food for thought (pardon the pun) that hopefully will keep you on track, they way it did me... oh and here are my roast shanks!

Thought I'd take the liberty to share my #whole30 group reflection with you... :) Hey y'all. I'm very aware that since I started my whole 30 that I've haven't been very "present" in this group. During my first W30 I enthusiastically posted amazing creations every single day, during my second I held a FB event and had loads of ppl w30-ing with me who posted their yummy things on a daily basis. This time because we're all starting at different times, it's been a little sporadic and inconsistent. So this brings to my question: Who's still with me? Who started in September and is till ploughing through? Who recently began?  Well I'm almost halfway and this is exactly how I feel (below). I've dodged baked ricotta at a staff breakfast, Portuguese custard tarts at a hen's day and the yummiest paleo orange cake with Gippsland double cream, which I'll admit I just wanted to dive into like some sort of wild animal and I've decided will be the first treat I make when I finish.  Here's some food for thought (pardon the pun) that hopefully will keep you on track, they way it did me... oh and here are my roast shanks!

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  • Days 10-11: The Hardest Days. Fact: you are most likely to quit your Whole30 program on Day 10 or 11. By this point, the newness of the program has worn off. You’ve made it through most of the unpleasant physical milestones (insert sugar cravings here), but you’ve yet to experience any of the “magic” the program promises. You’re still struggling to establish your new routine (read: you’ve eaten eggs prepared ten different ways over the last ten days), and while you’ve been trying really hard to have a good attitude, today you are incredibly aware of all the foods you’re “choosing not to eat right now.” Everywhere you look, you see the things you “can’t” have: the melted cheese on a greasy burger, the creaminess of that double-scoop cone, the cold beer in your best friend’s tailgate cooler. Dammit, this is hard! And right now you’re wondering if the results will really be as good as “they” all say it is. You’re cranky, you’re impatient, and you’re really, really tempted to just eat the stupid cheese.
     
  • This is where you really start to experience the psychological hold that your food habits have on you. You’ve put in a lot of effort to get to where you are right now, but you’re still waiting for the results you’re hoping to see. Your brain tells you that you deserve some kind of reward (don’t you?) and, of course, we’ve been conditioned to think of food as the best reward out there. Right now, you’re craving that ice cream, beer, or whatever treat you think would make for just the right reward. But, instead of that treat, you’re standing face to face with the realization that you have 20 more days of deprivation ahead of you. The key here is to redefine your idea of reward. Think long and hard about the foods you’re grieving and ask yourself what need you’re expecting them to fulfill. Are you feeling anxious and looking for reassurance? Are you feeling sad, and looking for something to cheer you up? Are you worried you won’t successfully finish the program, and it’s easier to self-sabotage than fail? Remind yourself that food cannot fill that void for you—cannot make you feel truly accomplished, comforted, calm, happy, beautiful. Then, find another way to fill that need that does not involve those foods. Prepare yourselves for these days, knowing that all you have to do is see them through to the other side before things get much, much easier. - See more at: http://whole30.com/2013/08/revised-timeline/#sthash.ctudSRxi.dpuf
     
  • #paleo #primal #lambshanks #roast #jerf #realfood #cleaneats
     
  • Looks amazing. 😊
     
  • @colincabalka (1 dni)
    thanks for being a part of the community on here!
     
 

2014-09-21 13:15:48

Been waiting for this all week. A coffee a day will not keep the doctor away, but a coffee a week is a lovely treat! :) Ghee (clarified butter, or 'oil of milk' as @pepesaya likes to call it) + MCT oil (medium chain triglycerides) + freshly brewed good quality beans = LCHF coffee. Time Magazine, although it now acknowledges that butter is a health food, calls it "extreme lchf" to put butter in coffee. So why have so many people started doing it? Read more: http://nextshark.com/5-reasons-why-everyone-is-putting-butter-in-their-coffee/ #LCHF #keto #ketogenicdiet #Bulletproofcoffee #MCToil #bulletproof #paleo #primal #jerf #Whole30

Been waiting for this all week. A coffee a day will not keep the doctor away, but a coffee a week is a lovely treat! :) Ghee (clarified butter, or 'oil of milk' as @pepesaya likes to call it) + MCT oil (medium chain triglycerides) + freshly brewed good quality beans = LCHF coffee. 
Time Magazine, although it now acknowledges that butter is a health food, calls it "extreme lchf" to put butter in coffee. So why have so many people started doing it?

Read more: http://nextshark.com/5-reasons-why-everyone-is-putting-butter-in-their-coffee/

#LCHF #keto #ketogenicdiet #Bulletproofcoffee #MCToil #bulletproof #paleo #primal #jerf #Whole30

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  • @braddmond (1 dni)
    @dgjohn
     
  • Are u dobbing me in again @braddmond ??! ;p
     
  • @braddmond (1 dni)
    Haha, nah just showing him stuff! :)
     
  • Butter... it's what all the cool kids are doing to their coffee these days, haha ;ppp @braddmond
     
 

2014-09-21 02:06:10

Love me a good price reduction! Artisan cultured butter from Byron Bay. Happy lady. Into the freezer they go till whole30 finishes. #culturedbutter #byronbay #artisanbutter #butter #lchf #keto

Love me a good price reduction! Artisan cultured butter from Byron Bay. Happy lady. Into the freezer they go till whole30 finishes. 
#culturedbutter #byronbay #artisanbutter #butter #lchf #keto

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2014-09-21 01:20:33

Rosti and chorizo. Happy Friday! Rostis are grated potato, grated yellow squash, onion, garlic, egg, thyme and parsley from my garden, S&P, fried in ghee. The chorizos are #Whole30 compliant: meat, spices & natural hog casing only. Great with a big ass salad.

Rosti and chorizo. Happy Friday!

Rostis are grated potato, grated yellow squash, onion, garlic, egg, thyme and parsley from my garden, S&P, fried in ghee. 
The chorizos are #Whole30 compliant: meat, spices & natural hog casing only. 
Great with a big ass salad.

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  • #paleo #primal #ghee #chorizo #sausages #rosti #potatorosti #jerf
     
 

2014-09-19 13:34:46

"Goht me ah baeeked ree-coh-ah" (say it Cockney, like). Cor blimey. Wot? This is a really easy and popular thing to make for staff lunches, afternoon teas or a yummy breakfast. Slice it loaf-like, cake-like or serve out of silicon cupcake moulds for individual portions. Recipe: Mash ricotta cheese (the proper kind in the plastic sieve from the deli, not the gooey mush out of a supermarket tub) in a large bowl. Mix in a generous amount of good quality EVOO, finely chopped fresh herbs (I used my homegrown thyme and parsley tonight) and Himalayan salt to taste. Bake on low heat till edges are crispy. Turn out of baking tin and serve with extra EVOO drizzled on top. That's. It. Who's found ricotta without the acidity regulator added? Do tell!!

"Goht me ah baeeked ree-coh-ah" (say it Cockney, like). Cor blimey. Wot? 
This is a really easy and popular thing to make for staff lunches, afternoon teas or a yummy breakfast. Slice it loaf-like, cake-like or serve out of silicon cupcake moulds for individual portions. 
Recipe: Mash ricotta cheese (the proper kind in the plastic sieve from the deli, not the gooey mush out of a supermarket tub) in a large bowl. Mix in a generous amount of good quality EVOO, finely chopped fresh herbs (I used my homegrown thyme and parsley tonight) and Himalayan salt to taste. Bake on low heat till edges are crispy. Turn out of baking tin and serve with extra EVOO drizzled on top. 
That's.
It.

Who's found ricotta without the acidity regulator added? Do tell!!

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  • #ricotta #bakedricotta #ricottacheese #dairy #primal #LCHF #keto #cheese #vegetarian #jerf
     
  • @jesspaigelchf (4 dni)
    Looks absolutely delicious @karlie_eat_to_live
     
 

2014-09-18 12:08:10

Pure dairy hot off the press... Who can guess what I made for tomorrow's staff breakfast? Damned shame I can't actually eat it (got the whole 30 blues tonight).

Pure dairy hot off the press... Who can guess what I made for tomorrow's staff breakfast?

Damned shame I can't actually eat it (got the whole 30 blues tonight).

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  • @becgiles (4 dni)
    Ohhhh yummmm looks so good!!
     
  • Got the tick of approval from my resident taste tester, aka 'the boy', lol @becgiles
     
  • @becgiles (4 dni)
    Haha I bet he wished he went to your school lol
     
  • Haha, nah i made two @becgiles . ;)
     
  • @becgiles (4 dni)
    Lucky him , wat a teaser for yourself .. strong discipline lol. www dam wish I could eat this!
     
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2014-09-18 11:59:06

Almost finished my first litre of ghee. Only took me just over a week... Luckily I've still got another two liters waiting for me in my fridge, yay! I've not only been cooking with it and spooning it onto my hot meals, but I've really been enjoying eating it off the spoon throughout the day as a snack. It had the most delicious flavour and somehow reminds me of Werther's Originals, lol. Don't forget to increase your healthy fats for brain, skin, immune, cellular, heart and general health, wellbeing and weight loss whole30ers! :) :) :) #whole30 #ghee #grassfedbutter #paleo #primal #realfat #jerf #lchf #keto #ketogenicdiet

Almost finished my first litre of ghee. Only took me just over a week... Luckily I've still got another two liters waiting for me in my fridge, yay! 
I've not only been cooking with it and spooning it onto my hot meals, but I've really been enjoying eating it off the spoon throughout the day as a snack. It had the most delicious flavour and somehow reminds me of Werther's Originals, lol. 
Don't forget to increase your healthy fats for brain, skin, immune, cellular, heart and general health, wellbeing and weight loss whole30ers! :) :) :) #whole30 #ghee #grassfedbutter #paleo #primal #realfat #jerf #lchf #keto #ketogenicdiet

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  • @becgiles (3 dni)
    Ran out of my first batch also now lol . Making somemore tonight 😋 @karlie_eat_to_live fat is my bestfriend atm .
     
  • I know hey. It keeps things tasting good and helps satisfy. I'm well into my second litre. @becgiles
     
  • @becgiles (3 dni)
    Made it this morning even put some in my tea haha.. u could say im addicted @karlie_eat_to_live
     
  • @becgiles (3 dni)
    P.s second litre .. crazy women
     
 

2014-09-16 01:03:05

Who watched Channel 7's segment about the 5:2 diet (intermittent fasting and replacing chronic cardio workouts with a more efficient style of training) last night? INTERMITTENT FASTING (IF). What is it and what benefits might it have for your health and longevity? I broke a 24hr fast today with leftover zoodles and meatballs swimming in grass fed ghee. All manner of clear liquids (teas, spiced infusions, and some homemade kombucha) with some diatomaceous earth (strengthens nails and hair and cleans out the intestines) stirred in get me through the fasted state both physically and mentally, as does a hearty meal rich in real fats and protein the day before. Please explain? Humans have always gone through intermittent periods of feast and famine. Hunter gatherers experienced large yet sporadic hauls of meat and access to plant matter, which they would consume then and there or store ahead of time, then go for days on end without much, if anything at all, to eat. We evolved this way and our body has very specific hormonal responses to this lifestyle, which can contribute to long term health benefits and longevity if done properly. IT’S NOT A DIET, BUT AN EATING PATTERN.

Who watched Channel 7's segment about the 5:2 diet (intermittent fasting and replacing chronic cardio workouts with a more efficient style of training) last night? 
INTERMITTENT FASTING (IF). What is it and what benefits might it have for your health and longevity? 
I broke a 24hr fast today with leftover zoodles and meatballs swimming in grass fed ghee. All manner of clear liquids (teas, spiced infusions, and some homemade kombucha) with some diatomaceous earth (strengthens nails and hair and cleans out the intestines) stirred in get me through the fasted state both physically and mentally, as does a hearty meal rich in real fats and protein the day before. 
Please explain? 
Humans have always gone through intermittent periods of feast and famine. Hunter gatherers experienced large yet sporadic hauls of meat and access to plant matter, which they would consume then and there or store ahead of time, then go for days on end without much, if anything at all, to eat. We evolved this way and our body has very specific hormonal responses to this lifestyle, which can contribute to long term health benefits and longevity if done properly. IT’S NOT A DIET, BUT AN EATING PATTERN.

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  • There is a lot to learn about IF and it’s not something that I recommend anyone launches into without first doing the research to deeply understand the WHAT, the HOW and the WHY. There are different schools of thought on the topic and a variety of methods for carrying out IF to suit your body, your mental health, your fitness regime and your lifestyle (for example, I practice meal skipping and do a 24hr fast every cpl weeks, while others practice caloric restriction 2 days/wk). I personally like the feeling of giving my digestive system a rest from time to time and knowing that I'm potentially preventing disease and extending my lifespan by repairing body cells during extended periods in a fasted state. Again, it's about listening to your body. If you want to ask me more about how I do IF, feel free to inbox me or comment below.
     
  • WARNING: IF is not recommended for people who think of it as a quick fix for weight loss or for people who experience an unhealthy psychological relationship with food. It is a long term lifestyle which should be undertaken sensibly and with an understanding of the reasons behind it and how it may AFFECT YOU AS AN INDIVIDUAL. It is a potentially therapeutic strategy that each individual must test for him or herself especially women as it can have different (adverse) affects on women when comparing IF for men. It is CRUCIAL for anyone considering embarking on IF to have a healthy mental attitude towards food. IF can easily turn into an unhealthy mess of starvation/binging if not done sensibly, which we all know is an unsustainable path to physical health, mental health and weight loss. IF YOU HAVE A HEALTH CONDITION/CONCERN ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR FIRST.
     
  • Some good introductory resources if you are interested in learning about IF include: 1) SBS documentary “Eat, Fast, Live Longer” (1hr) is the best starting point. It outlines how IF can help you live longer and potentially cure disease (diabetes, cancer, autoimmune conditions) by repairing body cellshttp://www.sbs.com.au/documentary/program/1196/ 2) The Beginner’s Guide to Intermittent Fasting (and why not all calories are created equal!)http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2013/08/06/a-beginners-guide-to-intermittent-fasting/ 3) Yuri Elkaim’s (holistic nutritionist / high performance health & fitness coach) YouTube videos: Intermittent Fasting – What’s The Big Deal? (7mins)http://www.yurielkaim.com/2661/intermittent-fasting-whats-the-big-deal/ The 5-Meal Per Day Myth (21mins)http://www.yurielkaim.com/1349/the-5-meal-per-day-myth-and-your-belly-fat/ If you’re interested in IF and body building, check out Martin Berkhan’s Lean gains website http://www.leangains.com/2010/04/leangains-guide.html Tip: During your “window of eating,” however long or brief it is, don’t feel that you should eat more than you might be hungry for. It’s a unique opportunity to listen to your body’s signals. It also serves as a way to “prove” to your conscious brain that you can survive quite nicely on smaller amounts of food and that you don’t need to “make up” for those temporarily lost calories (from Mark’s Daily Apple, where he also outlines a variety of ways to IF: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/how-to-intermittent-fasting/#axzz2kxkYMy61
     
  • Regarding replacing chronic cardio workouts with a more efficient style of training: The fundamental goal of a primal lifestyle is: How do I become the fit, lean, strong, happy, healthy, productive human I want to be? How do I maximise gene expression? Part of that has to do with the timing and intensity of our workouts and the amount of rest your allow in between workouts. If you become good at fat burning, you don't have to spend as much TIME building strength, power, endurance. The added bonus of this is increased leisure time, no more dragging yourself to the gym to become a victim of pointless "chronic cardio". Mark Sisson recommends: 2x "lift heavy things" workouts/week 1x high intensity or sprint session (eg, hill sprint bike sprints, row sprints) /week The rest = recreation (rest, yoga) / games (sports) / long and slow movement (hiking, bike ride) For a more detailed run down of primal movements and a primal training schedule read this: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/action-item-4-exercise-primally-move-lift-and-sprint/#axzz2uZlky9A2 And this: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-blueprint-workout-plan-basics/#axzz2ur90GwYu #intermittentfasting #IF #whole30 #paleo
     
  • #IF #intermittentfasting #paleo #primal #paleodiet #health #nutrition #longevity #wellness
     
 

2014-09-16 00:42:57

I have a happy freezer full of lovely bone broth ready to be used as stock in anything I so fancy! :) The health benefits, from: http://www.theholisticingredient.com/blogs/wholesome-food/10370710-the-health-benefits-of-bone-broth-and-a-recipe 1. Hair, skin and nails. The collagen and gelatin in bone broth supports hair growth, skin regeneration and assists in keeping your nails strong. 2. Gut health. Bone broth can assist in the healing of a leaky gut. The gelatin in bone broth protects and heals the mucosal lining of the digestive tract and assists the digestion of nutrients. 3. Bone growth and repair. The calcium, magnesium and phosphorus in bone broth helps our bones to grow and repair. 4. Infection fighting & recuperation from illness. Homemade bone broth is excellent for speeding healing and recuperation from illness. You've undoubtedly heard the old adage that chicken soup will help cure a cold, and there's scientific support for such a statement. Chicken bone broth will contain a natural amino acid called cysteine, which can thin the mucus in your lungs and make it less sticky so you can expel it more easily. Note that processed, canned chicken soup will not work as well as the homemade version made from slow-cooked bone broth. 5. Reduces inflammation. The glucosamine in bone broth can actually stimulate the growth of new collagen, repair damaged joints and reduce pain and inflammation. 6. Promotes relaxation. The amino acid glycine found in bone broth can be very calming, a great preparation pre-sleep.

I have a happy freezer full of lovely bone broth ready to be used as stock in anything I so fancy! :) The health benefits, from: http://www.theholisticingredient.com/blogs/wholesome-food/10370710-the-health-benefits-of-bone-broth-and-a-recipe

1. Hair, skin and nails.
The collagen and gelatin in bone broth supports hair growth, skin regeneration and assists in keeping your nails strong.

2. Gut health.
Bone broth can assist in the healing of a leaky gut. The gelatin in bone broth protects and heals the mucosal lining of the digestive tract and assists the digestion of nutrients.

3. Bone growth and repair.
The calcium, magnesium and phosphorus in bone broth helps our bones to grow and repair.

4. Infection fighting & recuperation from illness.
Homemade bone broth is excellent for speeding healing and recuperation from illness. You've undoubtedly heard the old adage that chicken soup will help cure a cold, and there's scientific support for such a statement.

Chicken bone broth will contain a natural amino acid called cysteine, which can thin the mucus in your lungs and make it less sticky so you can expel it more easily. Note that processed, canned chicken soup will not work as well as the homemade version made from slow-cooked bone broth.

5. Reduces inflammation. 
The glucosamine in bone broth can actually stimulate the growth of new collagen, repair damaged joints and reduce pain and inflammation.

6. Promotes relaxation. 
The amino acid glycine found in bone broth can be very calming, a great preparation pre-sleep.

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  • @neenack (7 dni)
    @hollynatasja
     
  • Would it help with ezcema?
     
  • The whole 30 will help clear it up somewhat. No sugar, grains or processed food, zero cheating. Read up on the rules, see if u can commit to it. I'd say you'd need to do it for longer than 30 days for your condition though @alifetimeforukiss xx
     
  • You eat a lot of bone broth on w30 btw. @alifetimeforukiss
     
  • #bonebroth #bonebrothheals #bones #paleolife #paleo #nutrition #cleaneats #cleanfood #cleanfam #instahealth #instafood #instafit #healthspo #primal #jerf #realfood #glutenfree #grainfree
     
 

2014-09-15 13:54:23

I was feeling a bit off today, so my boyfriend cooked this for me. Afghani style great balls of meat on zoodles and carroodles with melting ghee - #whole30 approved! :)x What. A. Gem! The meatballs are made with: 2kg lamb mince (allows plenty to freeze for meal prep) 3-4 free range eggs And the following, blitzed in a food processor- 2 onions, 1/2-1 head garlic, generous knob of fresh ginger, bunch fresh coriander, handful fresh curry leaves, S&P, cayenne pepper. Mix everything with your hands, form into large balls. Set in fridge. Curried meatball sauce: -2-4 onions, finely chopped -1/2-1 head garlic, grated -Generous knob of fresh ginger, grated -3+ fresh chilis, diced -Handful fresh curry leaves -Assorted spices, 1tsp each (eg, cumin, garam masala, cinnamon, turmeric, cardamom) -4tblsp organic tomato paste (macro brand, Woolies) -500mL bone broth (or homemade stock) -1 tomato, quartered -S&P Fry onion, garlic, ginger and spices in ghee or coconut oil until translucent and fragrant. Add tom. paste, stir. Add bone broth, & tomato quarters, simmer, 3 mins. Carefully lower each meatball into the pot & cover with sauce. Simmer for 30 mins or till cooked through. I always add extra Great Lakes collagen or gelatin to my curry/stew/casserole sauces for joint repair and skin health. Serve with spiralised veges and a generous knob of grassfed ghee.

I was feeling a bit off today, so my boyfriend cooked this for me. 
Afghani style great balls of meat on zoodles and carroodles with melting ghee - #whole30 approved! :)x

What.
A.
Gem!

The meatballs are made with:
2kg lamb mince (allows plenty to freeze for meal prep)
3-4 free range eggs
And the following, blitzed in a food processor- 2 onions, 1/2-1 head garlic, generous knob of fresh ginger, bunch fresh coriander, handful fresh curry leaves, S&P, cayenne pepper.

Mix everything with your hands, form into large balls. Set in fridge. 
Curried meatball sauce:
-2-4 onions, finely chopped
-1/2-1 head garlic, grated
-Generous knob of fresh ginger, grated
-3+ fresh chilis, diced
-Handful fresh curry leaves
-Assorted spices, 1tsp each (eg, cumin, garam masala, cinnamon, turmeric, cardamom)
-4tblsp organic tomato paste (macro brand, Woolies)
-500mL bone broth (or homemade stock)
-1 tomato, quartered
-S&P

Fry onion, garlic, ginger and spices in ghee or coconut oil until translucent and fragrant. Add tom. paste, stir. 
Add bone broth, & tomato quarters, simmer, 3 mins. Carefully lower each meatball into the pot & cover with sauce.

Simmer for 30 mins or till cooked through. 
I always add extra Great Lakes collagen or gelatin to my curry/stew/casserole sauces for joint repair and skin health. 
Serve with spiralised veges and a generous knob of grassfed ghee.

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  • #paleo #primal #meatballs #mealprep #protein #LCHF #lamb #instafit #instafood #instarecipes #instahealth #foodspo #foodporn #healthyfoodshare #cleaneats #cleanfam #famfitfood #flexbowl #fitfoodie #cleaneats #jerf #keto #zoodles #vegepasta #vegetablespaghetti #spiralizer #zoodles
     
  • #ghee
     
  • Here it is @magda_eats_whole ;)
     
  • Yum ... thank you @karlie_eat_to_live
     
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2014-09-14 11:16:19

#mealprepmondays ...on a Sunday! Great balls of meat! About to go into a seriously good curry sauce.

#mealprepmondays ...on a Sunday! Great balls of meat! About to go into a seriously good curry sauce.

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  • @becgiles (8 dni)
    Yummmmy
     
  • #paleo #primal #meatballs #mealprep #protein #LCHF #lamb #instafit #instafood #instarecipes #instahealth #foodspo #foodporn #healthyfoodshare #cleaneats #cleanfam #famfitfood #flexbowl #fitfoodie #cleaneats #jerf #keto #Whole30
     
  • They look fab @karlie_eat_to_live
     
  • Thanks, and they taste even better! ;) @paleoishprincesses
     
  • Yum!!!! What is this great curry sauce you speak of???
     
 

2014-09-14 10:59:20

Roast veg deep fried in ghee & pink salt with duck eggs and crispy pan fried sardines, all drizzled in ghee. Spewing I got sidetracked and overcooked the eggs. Sardines are rich in calcium & omega 3, and are dirt cheap. Get involved. #Whole30 #sardines #roast #duckeggs #ghee #paleo #primal #jerf #instafood #instahealth #foodporn #healthspo #protein

Roast veg deep fried in ghee & pink salt with duck eggs and crispy pan fried sardines, all drizzled in ghee.

Spewing I got sidetracked and overcooked the eggs. 
Sardines are rich in calcium & omega 3, and are dirt cheap. Get involved.

#Whole30 #sardines #roast #duckeggs #ghee #paleo #primal #jerf #instafood #instahealth #foodporn #healthspo #protein

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2014-09-13 10:41:24

#Paleogravy is a cinch. Just sub regular wheat or corn flour for #paleo flour made from root vegetables, such as #tapioca flour, #arrowroot flour or #potatostarch. After roasting your meat and veg, remove meat and veg from pan, leaving all the lovely pan juices. Heat pan juices on stove top, sprinkle in some paleo flour, stir to thicken, add hot vege water from greens or kettle, add a dash of coconut aminos (paleo Worcestershire sauce substitute), Himalayan pink salt, cracked pepper, more water or flour as needed. Keep stirring vigorously with a fork or whisk so it doesn't go lumpy. Serve paleo gravy over #roast meat and veg. #Gravy makes a roast epic and it's #whole30 approved. :)

#Paleogravy is a cinch. Just sub regular wheat or corn flour for #paleo flour made from root vegetables, such as #tapioca flour, #arrowroot flour or #potatostarch. 
After roasting your meat and veg, remove meat and veg from pan, leaving all the lovely pan juices. Heat pan juices on stove top, sprinkle in some paleo flour, stir to thicken, add hot vege water from greens or kettle, add a dash of coconut aminos (paleo Worcestershire sauce substitute), Himalayan pink salt, cracked pepper, more water or flour as needed. Keep stirring vigorously with a fork or whisk so it doesn't go lumpy.

Serve paleo gravy over #roast meat and veg. #Gravy makes a roast epic and it's #whole30 approved. :)

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2014-09-13 02:05:42

Sooooo chilled right now. #campfire #tgif

Sooooo chilled right now. #campfire #tgif

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2014-09-12 13:47:11

Epic back yard roast (paleo gravy, thanks Karls) around the campfire, good music and great company. Ahhh #tgif #Whole30

Epic back yard roast (paleo gravy, thanks Karls) around the campfire, good music and great company. Ahhh #tgif #Whole30

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2014-09-12 13:42:57

The aforementioned marbled porterhouse. Almost took me back to my Kobe beef heyday in Japan last year... Ok, no it didn't, #Kobebeef shits all over any other beef on earth. Head into your local #Aldi and grab some grass fed beef today. :)

The aforementioned marbled porterhouse. Almost took me back to my Kobe beef heyday in Japan last year... Ok, no it didn't, #Kobebeef shits all over any other beef on earth. 
Head into your local #Aldi and grab some grass fed beef today. :)

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  • @purplepaparazzi (11 dni)
    Seriously at Aldi...WTF 👏👊👌
     
  • Yeah they've stocked it for about a year now @tickytecky @purplepaparazzi
     
  • @purplepaparazzi (11 dni)
    Good to know....I usually don't look at their red meats but I will check it out now...tnx
     
  • #Whole30 #paleo #primal #realfood #jerf #instafit #instafood #steak #perfectsteak #gordonramsay #protein #foodporn #cleaneats #healthspo
     
  • @rawfullygood (11 dni)
    Their eye fillet has been really good too! :)
     
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2014-09-11 11:58:50

I'm not the world's most experienced steak 'cookerer'. So when in doubt, head to YouTube! Gordon Ramsay helped me out and I think I did pretty well. Good outer colour, rare in the centre. I even rendered the fat and rested it! Helps when you've got a lovely grass fed porterhouse marbled with fat. Thanks Aldi. Enjoying my pumpkin swimming in ghee btw. ;) Give it a 'propa' steak a crack! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FYZHkjgwdc

I'm not the world's most experienced steak 'cookerer'. So when in doubt, head to YouTube! Gordon Ramsay helped me out and I think I did pretty well. Good outer colour, rare in the centre. I even rendered the fat and rested it! Helps when you've got a lovely grass fed porterhouse marbled with fat. Thanks Aldi. 
Enjoying my pumpkin swimming in ghee btw. ;) Give it a 'propa' steak a crack! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FYZHkjgwdc

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  • @healthyliving_me (11 dni)
    Looks amazing:-)
     
  • Thanks @healthyliving_me ... I even dropped a few f-bombs to make it more Gordon Ramsay authentic, lol.
     
  • #Whole30 #paleo #primal #realfood #jerf #instafit #instafood #steak #perfectsteak #gordonramsay #protein #foodporn #cleaneats #healthspo
     
  • @healthyliving_me (11 dni)
    :-) :-) :-) @karlie_eat_to_live
     
  • @tiffskinnywraps (11 dni)
    Love it!
     
 

2014-09-11 11:54:23

Just me, "Jillian" the Parramatta Rivercat, a beautiful spring breeze and some stairs. Let's do this!

Just me, "Jillian" the Parramatta Rivercat, a beautiful spring breeze and some stairs. Let's do this!

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2014-09-11 09:50:13

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