In our family, Dr. P is known for two things — bacon and guacamole — and I’ve been dying to share his guacamole recipe with all of you! This is such a party pleaser and the perfect dip for your Fourth of July table. Plus since it’s paleo, we make it several times a month. It’s delicious by itself but also a tasty addition to many foods we make on a regular basis like paleo burrito bowls, grilled chicken, cobb salad and even shrimp tacos… with jicama tortillas!
I haven’t shared a recipe in a while even though I’m doing so much cooking these days! So today, I’m sharing what we had for dinner last night. It’s no secret that you have to fill up on lots of proteins and veggies when following a paleo diet, and today’s recipe for paleo pork chops is both hearty and healthy.
It’s March 1 which means I’ve officially been on this paleo diet for two months now. And I’ve lost a total of 14 lbs! To me, it’s not all about the number on the scale (though let’s be honest, it feels pretty good to see). It’s more about the way I’m feeling. I’m more confident in my body, like I’m finally bouncing back to my pre-baby bod. I’m able to wear some of my favorite clothes again, they fit better and my energy level is up. There’s definitely something to be said for adopting a clean eating lifestyle — and it’s really encouraging to see the results of my healthy, smart food choices. Several people have recently asked about what it takes to go paleo, so I thought I’d share a brain dump of the paleo habits that have worked for me so far. So if you’re considering a paleo diet (or some variation of your own), I hope you find today’s post helpful.