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  • AIP Pumpkin Pie

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    Pumpkin pie is my absolute favorite Fall dessert. It’s one of those seasonal foods that I start craving around Canadian Thanksgiving in early October, and it’s a treat I enjoy all the way through Christmas! In my pre-Paleo days, I was well-known among my friends and family for making The Best pumpkin pie. It was nearly famous, and I was pretty proud of my recipe! I’ve recreated it in faithfully in The Best Paleo Pumpkin Pie, but this version is my AIP spin on that classic!

    This recipe relies on Sweet Potato Flour for a crust base. It creates a perfect texture when combined with a little tapioca flour. The filling is extra creamy, too, thanks to a combination of coconut cream and gelatin. This pie is THE pie for you if you want a traditional dessert that’s AIP as an afterthought.

    As an alternative AIP pie crust, you can use the cassava flour-based version from my AIP Apple Pie recipe, following the instructions below for pre-baking the crust!

    And of course, if you really want to follow my family traditions, I recommend you try it for breakfast! LOL!

    Prep Time: 15 minutes
    Cook Time: 30 minutes (plus 4 hours in the fridge for the filling to set)
    Serves: 8


    Ingredients (Crust):

    Ingredients (Pie):

    Directions (Crust):

    1. Preheat the oven to 350.
    2. Work all ingredients into a dough.
    3. Press into a 8” shallow pie plate, spring form cake pan, or silicone round cake pan mold.
    4. Poke all over with a fork, even the sides.
    5. Bake for 28-30 minutes, until starting to brown.

    Directions (Pie):

    1. Bloom gelatin in coconut cream.
    2. Heat all ingredients except pumpkin puree in small saucepan over medium heat until just starting to simmer and gelatin is dissolved.
    3. Add pumpkin puree, and remove from heat. Let cool until crust is out of the oven.
    4. Pour into crust. Refrigerate until set, at least 4 hours.





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    Post From http://www.ifbb.com/2016/11/great-expectation-for-fitness-expo-dubai-2016/

    by Armando M.   When it´s still 14 days for the Fitness Expo Dubai held in the UAE, several athletes and visitors conformed its presence in the event.

    Founded by Mr. Arif Mirza and organised in collaboration with Mr. Khaled Al Baloushi (Head of Organising Committee for the Arab Network) and UAE Bodybuilding Federation, the Fitness Expo Dubai will host a fantastic IFBB Amateur event for Bodybuilding and Men´s Physique, with 2 Pro Cards and 138.000 US $ in cash prizes.

    Both events (Expo and contest9 will be held at the Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC) a fantastic venue, established in 1988, that is home to over 50 events every year.

    The IFBB Amateur event (23rd – 24th November) will host the next categories:

    Men´s Physique:

    • -170 cm
    • -174 cm
    • -178 cm
    • +178 cm


    • -70 kg
    • -80 kg
    • -90 kg
    • +90 kg

    Top 3 athletes, in every category, will get money prizes. The event is open to all IFBB-affiliated National Federations worldwide, except USA and Gambia.

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  • The Best Paleo Halloween Recipes

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    Halloween is a festive time of year known for sweets and spooks, and we are here to tell you that you can be 100% Paleo and all-in for a delicious, allergy-friendly Halloween. The recipes in this roundup will help you throw the tastiest Paleo Halloween party on the block, or just spice up your kiddo’s lunchbox with meals that his or her friends will wish their moms had packed.

    Not convinced why a Paleo Halloween is necessary? After all, how bad can a little sugar be, right? Sadly, between food allergies and childhood obesity, Halloween is becoming a legitimate problem for many families. Paleo can help to address these issues while still providing for a happy, festive environment for children to not only enjoy, but also to thrive in. Without further ado, here are the best Paleo Halloween recipes:

    Paleo Spider Eggs by Paleo Plan


    Put a twist of Halloween into your deviled eggs (because really—who doesn’t love these tasty little snacks?)! In the spirit of the season, this recipe uses avocado to make the fillings green, and the spiders are made from black olives. You can make these spicy if you like, and did I mention they also contain bacon? Yep, these are spooky, delicious, and certain to be a big hit at any Halloween party! Not to mention, let’s take a moment to recognize the value of the protein that the eggs provide in the midst of the other Halloween extravagance. Not a fan of olives? No worries—leave them off and replace them with spooky little Halloween toys, or use mushrooms instead!

    Whoopie Pies with Pumpkin Filling by Living Healthy with Chocolate


    Miss the delightful feeling of unwrapping those overly processed little packages of whoopie pies? Now you can experience the same satisfaction with a supreme flavor and Paleo-friendly ingredients. I’m here to tell you that these treats work at any time of the year.

    Green Slime Paleo Pumpkin Pudding by Paleo Plan


    Want an easy side dish that you can whip together, and easily style with whatever Halloween critters you have laying around? This dish is sure to be a delight and best of all, it’s not artificially colored at all. Thanks to the mashed avocado, this pudding is a superfood and spooky, but not a Frankenfood that parents should be scared for their kids to consume.

    Tangerine Pumpkins, Banana Ghosts by Weelicious


    If your child has numerous food allergies, you can still celebrate the festive nature of Halloween by making this adorable fruit food art dish. Halloween doesn’t need to have refined or Paleo sugars in it to be sweet.

    Halloweiners or Lil’ Mummies by Paleo Plan


    These little mummies are sure to be a hit with the little kids and the big kids as well! They are made from all natural lil’ smokie cocktail wieners wrapped in almond-flour ‘bandages.’ The perfect bite-sized spooky snack for your Halloween gathering—your friends won’t even realize that they’re grain- and dairy-free, and low carb to boot!

    Halloween Hasselback Sweet Potato Bugs by Following My Nose

    I just know there’s going to come a day when my son (currently 10 months old) is going to realize that bugs are cool. Perhaps I will be able to convince him that although mama is scared of the live ones, we can compromise and make these cool treats, instead?

    Paleo Ghost Truffles by Living Healthy With Chocolate


    Need that sweet, satisfying taste of chocolate? Spook it up by turning it into a ghost truffle! Your kiddos will love it, but really, will there be any left for them?

    Pumpkin Coffee and Cookie Bars by Brittany Angell


    I’ve been crushing on these pumpkin coffee bars for months now, but what better time to make use of them than Halloween? Brittany Angell is one of my favorite Paleo and allergen-friendly recipe creators, and I’ve yet to be disappointed by one of her dishes.

    Sour Watermelon Homemade Gummies by Meatified


    Gummies are a kid’s best friend! While most store-bought kinds may be full of refined sugar, these are actually tasty and healthy. The gelatin that they contain is a superfood for gut health, which will strengthen the immune system of your little ones.

    Chocolate Pumpkin Candies by Veggie Staples


    Pumpkiny chocolates? I dare say it doesn’t get more Halloween than that! And because they use Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips, they’re free from the common allergens that children suffer from—making them a super safe bet for your sensitive kiddo.

    Skull Gummies by Predominantly Paleo


    I recently reviewed Jennifer Robins’ book Paleo For Kids, and I have to say, she really knows what she’s doing with Paleoizing food that kids will actually enjoy. Plus, these also have the bonus of being gut-friendly (which is the perfect excuse for adults to enjoy them, too!).

    Grain-Free Spooky Breadstick Fingers by Brittany Angell


    Want a Halloween dish that isn’t sweet? Try these breadsticks with pepperoni that are just creepy enough to be the coolest dish on the Halloween menu.

    Paleo Candy Corn Gummies by Plaid and Paleo


    These citrusy, tropical gummies are the perfect eye candy for Halloween—they give the classic flair of candy corn while being the perfect Paleo treat: filled with superfoods and free from dyes and preservatives.

    Paleo Halloween Cupcakes by Elana’s Pantry


    Maybe you just want to go a traditional route and let them eat cake. In that case, make these festive Halloween cupcakes which are sure to have your guests saying all treat and no trick.

    Candy Corn Popsicles by Paleo Girl’s Kitchen


    Do you live somewhere with a warmer climate for Halloween? Try these refreshing Paleo popsicles that still bring that Halloween charm, without excessive amounts of sugar. You can even customize the kinds of fruit used to jive with your kids’ palates, especially if you happen to have picky eaters on your hands.

    Veggie Skeleton by Feeding Frenzy


    Need to convince your little ghosts and goblins to eat more veggies? Dress them up like a skeleton. Or maybe you just feel compelled to have one vegetable dish on the table filled with other Paleo Halloween treats—this one will keep the theme going and give a serious upgrade to a boring vegetable tray.

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  • TPV Podcast Episode 220, Nickel Allergies

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    Ep. 220: Nickel Allergies

    In this episode, we question an issue Stacy’s mom has about nickel allergy. Can an allergy to a metal cause severe systemic dermatitis?

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    The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 220: Nickel Allergies

    • 220-nicel-allergies-the-paleo-view-podcastIntro (0:00)
    • News and Views (0:40)
      • Simpsons did it.
      • As Sarah always says, what’s the use of her degree and research acumen if she can’t use it to help her friends?
      • Our topic today is nickel allergies, thanks to Stacy’s mom!
    • Are nickel allergies a thing? Not topical allergies, but food allergies to nickel. (4:38)
      • Stacy’s mom, Carol, has a skin rash that has been around for years, but with no known cause.
      • Stacy has been encouraging her to stop eating corn and nightshades
      • Carol found an article that linked these kind of allergic reactions to nickel allergies, and they started after she wore a ring that contained nickel.
      • Topical nickel allergy is very well established. People have reactions to nickel jewelry and such
      • Not well established is systemic nickel allergy, the kind that could happen when you ingest it.
      • Nickel is a trace mineral that we do need in small quantities.
      • Helps with bones, iron absorption, DNA synthesis and gut microbiome.
      • Affects 10-20% of the population
      • Some get dermatitis of the hands and feet, some have whole body excema
      • If you give people a dose of nickel, they’ll react to it, but this is much more than the dietary recommendation
      • Some small studies have done elimination diet of nickel with some success.
      • There are things you can do to counteract nickel sensitivity. Vitamin C reduces absorption and high phytates as well, though that has its own problems.
      • High nickel foods: Grains, beans, fish and seafoods, soy, oatmeal, nuts and almonds, milk, chocolate and canned foods.
      • Some of these are from the processing and the growing conditions.
      • Systemic nickel hypersensitivity: all the bad things
      • Skin issues, GI symptoms, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, headaches, cold sores, respiratory disorders may be linked, but evidence is very scant at this point.
      • Some nickel is used in black and red tattoo inks too.
      • Cosmetic products and smoking as well.
      • Nickel is an extremely common metal as well. Exposure could be from zippers or coins or keys as well.
      • Vegetables: Spinach and lettuce and gelatin, but not well established
      • And studies are not clear on how many people can be helped by a low nickel diet
      • Mom needs to give up the corn. For real.
      • Skin barrier function is helped by Vitamin A and D.
      • Should you get a tattoo removed? Probably not. Work with a health professional to increase liver and kidney function, then reduce heavy metals in the diet generally and up the Vitamin C
    • Outro (31:58)


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