Picking organic blueberries for @moveablefeast_tv in California.

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The ever unfolding reality of NOW.
Thank you to all my teachers including myself for holding the space for ME to BE.🙏💗👍
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SNEAK PEAK of The Paleo Way Series 2 - Please tag and share. I am so excited to be seeing this coming together. We have a little way to go to finish editing still, but I thought you would love a sneak peak, so turn the volume up to hear it. Proudly featuring.... Dr Amy Myers Dr Libby Dr Natasha Campbell-Mcbride Mark Sisson Danielle Walker Dr Lynda Frassetto Jason Akermanis WE LOVE ALI DAY Cyndi O'Meara Brandon Boyd Joel Salatin Dr Terry Wahls Jimmy Moore Dr Sarah Ballantyne Nora Gedgaudas Luke Hines Ido Portal Tom Naughton Nahko Bear and so many wonderful farmers and fisherfolk using the worlds most sustainable practices.
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recipes for life podcast

Our @naturalrawc coconut oil At Woolworths until Tuesday for $5 for 700mls. 👍😍#rawsome

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COUGH DROP GUMMIES, from my latest cookbook 'Lunchbox'. Tag, share and enjoy!

Here, we have created a treat with medicinal properties to soothe sore throats.
These gummies have an amazing taste and texture that the whole family will love.
And, best of all, they have gut-healing gelatine in them.



390 ml filtered water
2 lemongrass stems, pale part only, bruised with the back of a knife
5 cm piece of ginger, chopped
½ teaspoon ground turmeric
pinch of ground cloves
50 g powdered gelatine
3 tablespoons lemon juice
3 tablespoons honey
(we use manuka honey)

Place 190 ml of the filtered water and the lemongrass, ginger, turmeric and cloves in a small saucepan. Stir and bring to the boil over medium heat. Turn off the heat, cover with the lid and allow to stand for 1 hour so the flavours infuse.
Meanwhile, sprinkle the gelatine over the remaining 200 ml of water, mix well and allow to stand for at least 5 minutes for the gelatine granules to expand and soften.
Bring the lemongrass and ginger-infused water to a simmer over medium-low heat, stir through the gelatine mixture and continue to stir for 3 minutes, or until the gelatine has completely dissolved. Remove from the heat, then stir through the lemon juice and honey and mix until the honey dissolves.
Pass the liquid through a fine strainer, discard the lemongrass and ginger, then pour into a silicone ice-cube tray or mini silicone moulds. Transfer to the freezer for 15 minutes, or until set. Remove the gummies from the moulds and store in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.

In an activated nutshell, The Paleo Way is literally the most natural dietary approach on earth, and the one most likely to support optimum physical and emotional health for the best quality of life.
This site is the guide for anyone wanting to go paleo, is interested in a paleo lifestyle, or just wants to learn more.
Cook with love and laughter
Pete x

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Mmmmm. Morning pickings in the Napa valley for Moveable feast tv series.

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You will love our latest podcast with Dr Malhotra. If you take statins or know of anyone please tag and share.

Dr Aseem Malhotra is an award-winning cardiologist. ...
He's becoming known as one of the most influential cardiologists in Britain, and a world leading expert in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. He is successfully leading the campaign against excess sugar consumption.
The award-winning NHS cardiologist has successfully motivated leading academics, the media and politicians to make sugar reduction a health priority in the UK, by publishing commentaries in the BMJ and mainstream media.
When he's not working is a Doctor in the National Health Service, Dr Aseem reigns supreme in his fight to raise awareness about the health benefits of a sugar free diet, maintaining that sugar deserves it's reputation as public health enemy number one!
His no-holds-barred approach to challenging common health beliefs is proving highly effective in getting medical professionals and social authorities from around the world to sit up and take notice. He's regularly invited to speak at national and international conferences.

Join me as I ask Dr Aseem:
* What does a cardiologist do?
* What are his thoughts on the use of statins?
* How can we decipher health information when authorities aren't up to date with science?
* His ingredients for a healthy, delicious recipe for life.

Dr Aseem will also tell us about:
* How food impacts on chronic disease.
* What he'd like our dietary guidelines to be.
* His positive outlook for the future of healthcare.

Dr Aseem is known for his never-give-up attitude, and you can hear it in the things he shares with us in this episode:
“Dietary changes are more powerful than any drug in the prevention and treatment of heart disease and come without side effects.”
“50% of what you learn in medical school will turn out to be either outdated or wrong within five years of your graduation - the trouble is no-one can tell you which half so you need to learn to learn on your own.”
“We need to really make medicine great again!”

To find out more about Dr Aseem Malhotra, visit

Podcast link is here…/recipes-for-life-w…/id1306697084…

I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences, join the conversation on my Facebook page - If you enjoyed this podcast, I encourage you to subscribe, and if you really enjoyed it, I'd love for you to tell a friend or even leave a review on iTunes!

This podcast is presented by the Pete Evans Healthy Everyday range of super blends including Collagen Super Blend, Bone Broth Super Blends, and check out our new All Grass Fed Grass Finished Beef Liver Capsules (and there's more to come!) You can find out more at

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Well you wouldn’t read about it would you? Well actually you would! The ship is turning 🙏😍 Time to take it up to the next level....emotional wellness and self love.💖

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The first review is in for Healthy Everyday Pets (Pete Evans) below. (And for the record I am a fan of Chris brown and so is my mum 😍)

The review .....

We haven’t had much luck with celebrities selling or endorsing pet food in the past, with most seeming to “cash-in” on poor products they really don’t seem to care about. So how does celeb chef “Paleo” Pete Evan’s new range of dog foods stack up? What can a TV celeb chef offer that TV celeb vets can’t?


Let me say this – Dr. Chris Brown, this is where you hang your head in shame. Pete Evans quite simply understands pet nutrition more than you do.

Actually, to be blunt, the Pet Food Industry needs to hang it’s head in shame.

Compositionally this food is fantastic. The protein is significantly higher than most at 36%, with a claim of being 90% from meat. There’s no use of corn or peas to ramp up the protein, just good solid meat ingredients. At the current time, nearly all other grain free foods are full of peas as a cheaper source of protein than meat.

The fat content in the Athlete formula is 24%, which, going by the ingredients is all animal fats. Dog’s utilise animal fat more efficiently than we do, with the reality being high-carbohydrate foods being the real culprit behind overweight and unhealthy dogs today. Speaking of carbs, this food claims to be a maximum of 12% which is incredible, especially when you consider most commercial foods (to name and shame expensive “premium” brands, such as Hills and Royal Canin, are around 50% carbs or greater).

The main ingredients are solid, being a combination of chicken meal and lamb meal. It’s clear these ingredients amount to the bulk of the food, with tapioca being used to bind the food together as well as being the only significant carbohydrate ingredient. Beef tallow is a further source of animal fat, with tallow found in almost all pet foods.

The food is packed with wonderful and well considered ingredients. They’re ingredients I really don’t need to explain the benefits of – beef broth, alfalfa, arrowroot, coconut oil, whole egg (powder), kelp, kale, parsley… the list goes on. Those with dogs who suffer joint issues will know the benefits of glucosamine, and we also find marine fish oil and green lipped mussels as fantastic sources of omegas. What that means for the rest of us is this food will help prevent joint problems and arthritis in later life, not to mention support better overall health than most big name commercial foods.

I have to say I’m extremely impressed with Healthy Everyday Pets, and the other formulas in the range are equally as good if you’re looking for lower fat options for less active dogs.

Well done Pete Evans, it’s about time someone shook up the pet food industry with a dry food that pushes boundaries.…/healthy-everyday-pets-p…/

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Chef Pete Evans is feeling amused.

Well here we go, the ship is turning slowly!
For the record for the 100th time....
I still stand by what I said about avoiding toxic sunscreen and choosing non toxic ones. (read the labels!!!!)

As for the bone broth formula that these journalists love to bring up...(if they cared to do their research, but I will do it for them) we only recommend breast milk first and foremost in our book bubba yum yum over and over. We also off a mountain of information for pre pregnancy a...

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Pete Evans makes some questionable claims, but he is right about reducing carbohydrates, eliminating grains and packaged foods, and increasing healthy fats.

Catch the magic pill on Netflix now.

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Thanks Michael, as you are the head of the AMA, I am concerned about your allegations made towards me. Would there be any conflict of interest between the AMA and the influence by the pharmaceutical industries? It is well known that 70-80% of chronic disease is lifestyle related and removing the inflammatory foods from our diet certainly makes a lot of sense in mine and other health professionals opinion and is backed up by the latest research.

AMA president Michael Gann...

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don't forget our paleo way series is now on iTunes - all the magic of the magic pill except with recipes!

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1 hour Q & A lets go....
for any questions on paleo please visit
and also watch the magic pill

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I have some super exciting news to share with you soon which is going to be a game changer for Australian health....stay tuned! In the mean time share the Magic Pill with your family and friends on Netflix as this is just the first domino in a long line. 👍😍🙏…

Exclusive: "I was the laughing stock of Australia"

I couldn’t resist 🤣. See third post below.
Even this muppet looks like he is cooking paleo in this recipe.

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Why everything you know about vegetables is wrong

13 May 2018, 02:55pm...

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You’ve been told a thousand times to eat your veg.