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Approachable health tips from the personal trainers of TorqueStrong

Filtering by Tag: Paleo

A few of my favorite clean recipes

Alydia Bryant

Smoked Salmon, Cilantro Broccoli slaw and Homemade Mayonaise


Cilantro Broccoli Slaw



Broccoli Slaw mix (found in the salad section of grocery store)

Fresh Cilantro chopped

Salt and Pepper

Tablespoon of coconut oil

Melt a tablespoon of coconut oil in a pan on medium. Add all ingredients and sauté until broccoli and carrots are slightly tender.


  • 2 large egg yolk
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon white vinegar
  • 3/4 cup olive oil

Blend until smooth.


Applegate bacon and eggs over easy atop of Brussels Sprouts



 Cook Applegate Bacon in a medium size pan. (Applegate bacon in Antibiotic and hormone free. It is pastured and  grass-fed.)

Sautee Brussel Sprouts in Bacon grease. (Because you are using a HIGH quality bacon it is ok to cook with the grease. More on this in a post to come!!!)

Place brussel sprouts to the side and use the same pan to cook your  eggs the way you like!

Once Eggs are cooked lay them on top of the brussel sprouts and enjoy this savory dish.

Sprinkle Salt and Pepper to taste.

Ahi Tuna seared with raw cashews and raw coconut flakes. shredded cauliflower with grilled pineapple and broccoli



 Crush 1/4 cup of raw Cashews

Crush 1/4 cup of raw coconut

Coconut Aminos

Coconut oil

chopped Cauliflower

frozen Broccoli

olive oil

1 cup pineapple

marinate the tuna steaks in Coconut Aminos (similar to Soy sauce, without the MSG and Soy, Soy acts as a phyto-estrogen and can mess with your hormone levels.)

Press the cashew and coconuts onto the marinated tuna steaks.  Place the Tuna Steak in the pan with coconut oil  on medium-high. Cover the pan.

Turn over the Tuna steak once it is seared to your desire. ( you do not want to over cook your tuna!)

Once Tuna is finished cooking  remove it and sauté the Pineapple and cauliflower. If you need more coconut oil add a smidgin. Once Cauliflower is soft dinner is complete!

I microwave my frozen in a glass bowl with olive oil for 2 min. and it is ready to be served.

creamy buffalo soup



1 head of cauliflower, chopped
4 Organic chicken breast
4 cups of Chicken broth
3 stalks of celery
1 cup Crystal hot sauce (or Tessemae)
1 onion, diced
1 tsp black pepper
1 Tbsp garlic powder
1/2 Tbsp onion powder
1/2 cup full fat coconut milk
1/2 Tbsp fresh parsley
1/2 Tbsp chives
1/2 Tbsp dried dill

Using a large stock pot, add 4 cups of water, cauliflower and chicken breast.
Bring to a boil and reduce heat.
Once chicken is cooked remove and set aside.
Add coconut milk, chicken broth, spices, and hot sauce.
Use a stick blender and puree.
Shred the chicken with a fork and add to the pot.
Chop the celery and onion and add to the pot
Stir in the parsley, chives and cilantro and simmer for 20 min.

Tossed salad with Pineapple vinaigrette and ahi tuna


 Organic Baby Kale mix




Sliced beets

Homemade pineapple dressing

Ahi tuna Marinated in Pineapple dressing.

Homemade pineapple dressing

1 Tbs poppy seeds

1/2 cup Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar

1/2 cup olive oil

2 garlic cloves

1 cup pineapple

1/4 teaspoon  chilli powder

1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon pepper

Blend all ingrediants and enjoy!!!

Eating the right foods! and SLOW Down.

Alydia Bryant

Its amazing how making wise food choices really helps you feel so much better! Our society tends to forget that food is our fuel! Yes, God gave us a lot of variety to chose from but ultimately it is what keeps us energized and keeps us going. Lets talk about cars for a second. I am no car expert but I do know that you would never want to put the regular graded gas in a diesel engine, or a nice BMW/LEXUS/Ferrari/ etc. It would do horrible things to the engine. It wouldn't run properly and it could also potentially cause damage. You also wouldn't want to over flow a gas tank when filling up a car because gas is expensive! We don't want to waste things, do we? By over filling a gas tank you run into the possibility of damaging the fuel gauge and it could become inaccurate. Or the biggest problem is that it can wreck the evap system. This collects gasoline fumes from the tank and routes them to the engine for combustion.


HMMMM does this sound familiar at all??? Many of us Americans don't only choose poor food choices but we also over eat! When we over eat we no longer can "trust" our instincts or hunger pangs. They become in accurate. One of the biggest lessons I am learning is the importances of not rushing meals. I have always been a fast eater. Since Mitchell's and I's first date over 6 years ago I have always finished eating before him. Why----because I INHALE my food. When we eat fast, we run into the possibility of not fully chewing our food which is a major part of our digestion process or we eat to much and there for our body does not have the time to tell us we are full. If we slow down chances are we will not only enjoy our food and experiences more but we will also be able to get a better "notification" of being full! We should stop eating when we are 80% full and not STUFFED!


Crock pot basque pork stew- from Paleo Recipe Book.


• 2 lbs stewing pork cubes;

• 2 onions, chopped coarsely;

• 1 cup chicken stock;

• 2 tbsp tomato paste;

• 2 bell peppers, cored, seeded and cut into strips;

• . lb good quality ham, cut into strips;

• 10 cloves garlic, minced;

• 1 tsp paprika;

• 1 tsp dried thyme;

• . tsp red pepper flakes;

• 1 orange, zested and flesh coarsely chopped; (I would use 1/2 an orange next time! It was very strong)

• Cooking fat; I used Coconut oil

• Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper


Season the pork cubes to taste with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Heat a large skillet over a medium heat and brown the pork cubes with some cooking fat. Place the browned meat in your crock pot and now add the onion and cook until translucent, about 7 minutes. Add the stock and tomato paste to the skillet and bring to a boil. Pour the hot liquid in with the pork cubes in your crock pot along with the orange zest, orange pieces, bell peppers, ham, garlic, paprika, thyme and red pepper flakes. Season to taste with see salt and freshly ground black pepper and set to cook on Low for 6 to 8 hours.