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Paleo Pudding Sticks

Published: | Living Paleo, Paleo, Sunday Bacon | by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci | Share Your Thoughts

Sunday Bacon Feature Living without sugar is awesome. You feel so amazing, it’s hard to describe.

It’s like living life full out. No pains, no bothersome internal chatter that goes something like this, “Do I look fat in this? How about if I turn this way, then do I look fat?”

You know if you you’re on the other end of this conversation, there’s no upside to any answer. Your only response should be, “You are the most beautiful person I’ve ever seen.” Keep it simple.

So, to avoid adding too much extra drama in my life, I keep the sugar to a minimum. It just seems like in the end, the results from eating sugar requires just toooooo much work.

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Has Sugar Duped You?

Published: | Living Paleo, Paleo | by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci | Share Your Thoughts

I'm very excited to be appearing on Good Day LA to talk about foods that blast belly fat, lift and tighten the skin, help keep your mind young, and blast wrinkles.

So, I'll give you a little pre-appearance tip. To avoid pre-mature aging, you have to tell a certain someone to hit the pavement. Until you do, you may just have an epic battle on your hands. 

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Sweet Watermelon Popsicles

Published: | Living Paleo, Paleo, Sunday Bacon | by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci | Share Your Thoughts

Sunday Bacon Feature You all know that for 20-plus years I’ve been in the solutions business. It has been my job — from the minute I stepped onto the clinic floor — to find answers for patients. Many of those who walked through my door considered me the “Last-Stop Doc,” meaning patients had been everywhere and tried everything before they made an appointment with me. Unfortunately, for a lot us, wellness is not on our radar until it needs to be.

Here was the typical scenario: Patients would walk in with a thick file of test and lab results, as well as doctor notes. They’d hand all that over to me and say, “Now what?”  Many of them were scared, frustrated and even felt hopeless.

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