• A board of Plant Paradox compliant snacks

    Plant Paradox Compliant Snacks

    June 17, 2020lectinfreemama

    Hangry without a snack? It’s a recipe for cheating on any diet. Doubly true if there’s “temptation food” laid out for you. More than once, my ambitious intention to practice intermittent fasting at a party or on a road trip has been thwarted by…well, hunger. Fortunately, the Plant Paradox is different from some ancestral diets, in that there are a good number of store-bought Plant Paradox snacks that are compliant (as long as they don’t keep changing their ingredients). The number of whole-food-based snack options is ever expanding on the grocery store shelves. The following suggestions will help you stay compliant and satisfied while you’re navigating a lectin-free diet. Best Road Trip Snacks I’m actually shocked at how hungry I get on long car trips.…

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  • Resistant Starch Guide

    February 10, 2020lectinfreemama

    Many of the world’s longest living populations eat a diet heavy in something called resistant starch (up to 70%). Resistant starch is a class of prebiotic fiber that travels all the way to the colon, where our gut bugs ferment…

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  • Updated Yes & No List

    October 23, 2019lectinfreemama

    The Plant Paradox diet is not just about eliminating lectins. Although, that is probably the most popular (or unpopular) aspect of it. There are several other exciting and controversial components. More noteworthy, eliminating “healthy” fruit that’s not in season. Also,…

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  • Everyone Should Be Taking This Cod Liver Oil

    September 18, 2019lectinfreemama

    Every year, I will the Earth to stop revolving around mid-July. Then I spend the next several weeks in denial until I open the door one morning and it’s 50 degrees with dead leaves rustling around. I seriously mourn the…

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  • Where to Find Pastured Chicken

    July 16, 2019lectinfreemama

    It’s the hardest, most grueling quest of all the ancestral and anti-inflammatory diets combined: the quest to find pastured chickens that aren’t fed any gluten grains, beans, or corn. We’ve heard legend of their existence, but they remain illusive, especially…

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  • Kefir, Kombucha, Kraut, & Kvass

    June 21, 2019lectinfreemama

    There’s been a rapid decline in living food in recent decades. The industrial food machine has essentially eliminated fermented foods like kefir and sauerkraut from our diets. With the best of intentions, some of us gave up processed food long…

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  • My Mold Illness Story

    May 27, 2019lectinfreemama

    If you’ve never heard of mold illness or you thought it was simply “mold allergies,” you’re not alone. Environmentally-acquired illnesses are possibly the most underrated and under-diagnosed illnesses of our time. People usually don’t know it’s a thing until they…

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  • Kina’s Remission Story

    April 24, 2019lectinfreemama

    The following is an ongoing health success story on the Plant Paradox Diet, as told by one of my readers, Kina. She is in remission from mixed connective tissue disease, as well as several other autoimmune disorders. She is an…

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  • Recommended Supplements

    April 1, 2019lectinfreemama

    Conventional practitioners seem to have a unified message regarding supplements on the Plant Paradox diet (or any diet). The message being: they’re a waste of money. I’ll admit, I’m guilty of figuratively running in the other direction when I hear…

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  • How to Reduce Lectins in Almonds

    February 21, 2019lectinfreemama

    I’m an advocate for doing things oneself. That is to say, buying food as whole as possible and doing the processing at home. I realize this doesn’t make me “brand-friendly.” Rather, I’m Mother Nature friendly. She’s the oldest and best…

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