Guest Post

Today Kristen of It’s a Lifestyle, LLC contributes a great recipe for a winter weekend. This chicken soup is an easy-to-make, one-pot dinner. Take it away, Kristen!  This easy-to-make chicken soup is inexpensive and provides leftovers that can be individually frozen for future meals. This is not your grandmother’s chicken soup. Yes, the basics are there, but with added twists. Sometimes when I make this, I use whatever I have in the fridge. You can substitute according to your own tastes, adding eggplant, tricolor peppers, and other veggies you might have around. small-medium whole chicken (should fit into your crockpot) […]

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Laura Wendling is an freelance blogger and food photographer who contributes articles to Robb Wolf and Dr. J. Renae Norton. She graciously offered to write a guest post for Three Squares about what she feeds her two gluten-free kids for lunch. Take it away, Laura! My kids, like many, love cereal. I am convinced that they would eat cereal for breakfast, lunch and dinner if they had the opportunity. The internet is full of information that questions how healthy store-bought cereals really are. The Cornucopia Institute recently found pesticides and genetically modified ingredients in “natural” breakfast cereals. The Weston A. Price […]

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Guest Post for Robb Wolf!

September 30, 2011

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By Riki Shore If you read a lot about nutrition you know that a strict gluten-free diet is very similar to a Paleo or Primal approach. One of the best champions of the Paleo diet is Robb Wolf, whose New York Times best-selling book The Paleo Solution helped me get started when I was diagnosed as gluten-intolerant.                     Whether you’re trying to eat gluten-free or Paleo, you need some advance planning to get healthy meals on the table all week. Jump over to Robb’s website to check out my suggestions for […]

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