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Paleo Lobster Salad with Lemon Herb Aioli | The Simple Taste Kitchen


Our Spinning® health experts have teamed up with Primal Kitchen to bring foodies healthy and delicious meals and desserts. We bring you this week’s recipe for paleo lobster salad with lemon herb aioli courtesy of Bianca; check out more of Bianca’s paleo recipes on her blog, The Simple Taste Kitchen. Ingredients: 1/4 cup Primal Kitchen Mayo 1 large garlic clove, minced 1/2 tsp.  Dijon mustard ... Read More »

5 Green Easy-to-Try Remedies

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Break out your kettle and your favorite mug, and unwind during the last few days of winter with these easy, powerful green remedies. Mint Tea Whether you add mint leaves to iced tea or enjoy a hot mug of mint tea, the key to getting the full rich flavor and benefits of mint tea is to steep the tea for ... Read More »

3 Green Smoothies for Spring


It’s finally starting to feel like spring (in most regions) with fresh and local produce in abundance. At Spinning®, we are celebrating green recipes, as well as our favorite green smoothies that pack a ton of perks for your health. Peachy Green The secret to this smoothie is the coconut milk. It gives the drink an extra creamy and rich ... Read More »

Digestive Health after the Holidays


Heavy holiday meals can take their toll on your digestive system. If you’re eager to get back on track, here are a few strategies for improving your gut health. Drink water. The holiday season is filled with many delicious beverages, making water a distant memory for many revelers. And, peppermint spice lattes, hot apple cider and steaming cup of mulled ... Read More »

Paleo Honey Pecan Granola

Paleo Granola

Granola made with whole-grain oats gained popularity in the United States during the low-fat craze of the 1980s, when health-conscious consumers sought breakfast alternatives without the saturated fat and cholesterol of eggs. Since then, science has exonerated fat, even saturated fat. But granola has remained a breakfast favorite. This version skips the oats and refined sugar for a paleo-friendly take ... Read More »

Loaded Paleo Sweet Potato Fries


If you want game day food that won’t leave you feeling as sluggish as an armchair quarterback, try these loaded paleo sweet potato fries. They have a perfect blend of flavors and textures and a high nutrient density. Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of beta-carotene, which is made more bio-available by the inclusion of fat. They also contain unique ... Read More »

Adverse Food-Related Reactions

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By Jenna Corbin, MS, RD, LD, CSSD, CLT, PES, CES The food we eat is supposed to nourish our bodies and make us feel content and energized. Why is it that food sometimes causes pain, fatigue, nausea or worse? Whether it’s due to increased awareness, more processing of food or a changing food environment, it seems more people are being ... Read More »

Research Reveals Caffeine’s Perks

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By Shannan Lynch, PhD, CSCS, HFS, CISSN This article presents new research that challenges previous notions about caffeine; shedding light on some of its benefits and helping us better understand how caffeine affects us. Caffeine is the world’s most consumed stimulant — and I’m among those who partake of it. Openly, I admit, I drank two cups by the time ... Read More »