Oats are generally thought to be pretty healthy and nutritious and are marketed to the mainstream as a healthy food. However, like other grains and pseudograins, oats contain antinutrients – like phytic acid, lectins and avenin – which we try to avoid on the paleo diet. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of
Emma is the creator of Paleo with Mrs P, a website dedicated to creating simple, healthy, nutritious recipes which are free from dairy, gluten, grains and refined sugar. Diagnosed with diabetes just before her eighteenth birthday, Emma later fell in love with the Paleo diet and how it calmed her symptoms, as well as making her feel happy and healthy.
Back in the day when I was starting out my paleo/gluten-free journey, I stumbled on a fantastic food blog called The Urban Poser, created by the talented Jenni Hulet. I got totally hooked by the beautiful photography and creative, mouthwatering looking recipes of marshmallows and cookies. Although Jenni does more than gluten-free and paleo treats and desserts,
Remember those Raw Mixed Berry Tarts recipe we featured recently. Well, its creator Larina Robinson is more than just a foodie! She is an experienced nutritionist and wholefood dietitian (based in Sydney) and runs The Body Dietetics website – on all things health, nutrition and wellness inspiration. We’re pleased to have her back on the site and this