Survive the holidays - AIP Style
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A few of my favourite people, places, and things:
Paleo eateries in Toronto:
Impact Kitchen at 573 King St E, owned by MAC cosmetics founder Frank Toskan, and personal trainer & nutrition expert Josh Broun. There's something here for everyone, even if you don't follow a paleo type lifestyle.
The Butternut Baking Co. some truly amazing desserts come out of this bakery, and they're all paleo!
NishDish while not strictly paleo, this restaurant and catering company is built on traditional Anishnawbe (Nish) food. All but the cornbread is gluten free.
Paleo People & Blogs:
The Paleo Mom always my first go-to for any information I need if it has anything at all to do with AIP or the paleo diet and lifestyle in general
Mark's Daily Apple my second go-to when I have questions about the science behind diet and lifestyle
Dr. Loren Cordain has a vast collection of research on his website about paleolithic nutrition