Watch this video of my keynote talk “How to ReWild Your Habits” at Paleo f(x), where I share 7 critical lessons I learned living off-the-grid.
Today we have a special episode with my good friend and bestselling Paleo author and Crossfit beast, George Bryant. He’s a former marine who struggled with weight and an eating disorder for twelve years before turning to the kitchen for salvation.
If you’re pining for the fruity, crispy, warm goodness of a perfectly baked apple pie—just like grandma used to make—you need to try this for yourself.
Life just wouldn’t be the same without decadent treats like chocolate cheesecake. And when you make yours with real food, Wild Diet friendly ingredients, you really can “have your cake and eat it, too.”
Slathered in Chimichurri sauce, this steak comes together in minutes but tastes like you slaved all day. Serve it with your favorite roasted veggie like Brussels sprouts (pictured) or a big salad.
Kicking your sugar addiction doesn’t mean giving up all things sweet… especially chocolate! Just try this creamy chocolate pudding for yourself.
So, you thought you had to give up Italian food on The Wild Diet? Think again. This classic Italian dish is so rich and full of flavor that you’ll never want to go back to a boring old plate of spaghetti and bread again.
To get you warmed up for my New Orleans themed album of original music, Swamp Thing, we’re sharing this spicy Cajun recipe for Ragin’ Cajun Blackened Catfish to set the mood.
In this post, you’ll learn how a strange cooking method may decrease the calories and glycemic index of starchy foods like potatoes and rice.