Hey hey!

Welcome to the momentous episode 20 of TPW podcast!!!

It’s a fabulous podcst, replete with many cool things:

1) Noelle

2) Me

3) My new mic, which sounds gorgeous

4) A spontaneous rant about a super awesome and super secret topic (It came up when Noelle popped the bonus question on me)

5) Also you get to learn about my sexual habits and orientation if you listen closely

(!) All the things!

Be sure to check back every Tuesday for a new episode, and head over to iTunes or Stitcher to subscribe!

This week, Noelle and I discuss how to transition to eating meat from a vegan diet, getting past a weight loss plateau, and natural solutions for dealing with keratosis pilaris.

Got a question you’d like us to answer? Email us at paleowomenpodcast@gmail.com.

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[15:21] Transitioning to Eating Meat
[29:43] Getting Past a Weight Loss Plateau
[43:30] Keratosis Pilaris


Primal Life Organics (amazing paleo skincare line)

The Omnivore’s Dilemma (book)

The Vegetarian Myth (book)

Polyface Farm – Joel Salatin (farm/blog)

Sustainable Dish – Diana Rodgers (farm/blog)

Apple Cider Vinegar (Put 1 tsp in 8oz water and drink 15-30 minutes before meal to stimulate stomach acid.)

Betaine HCL/Pepsin


Dry Brush (for dry brushing for amaze balls skin)

Fermented Cod Liver Oil/Butter Oil Blend

Keep it Real Food Company ROCKS!

KIRFCWe are SO blessed to have Keep it Real Food Company as an official supporter of the podcast. Our friend Katie Coleman is the woman behind the brand, and we simple adore her and her yummy treats.

Keep it Real Food Company creates low glycemic, grain-free snacks made from all natural ingredients for diabetes friendly, gluten-free, and paleo diets.

Because she is a big fan of the podcast, she’s offering The Paleo Women Podcast community 10% OFF on her website! Use Code “PALEOWOMEN” at checkout!


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All the love!!!

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