It’s all about the food! | Paleo Effect

Have you ever wondered…Where is my Food coming from?

Coming back from a great local trip to some of the local farmers here in Florida is a refreshing experience that everyone should do. A good friend of mine showed me this little booklet that talked about an event by local farmers where they would open the doors of their farms so people could catch a personal glimpse into farming and their offerings. The experience was magical. Being Paleo for about 6 months now has been a complete change in our lifestyles and we do not seem to stop getting excited about all the great things great food offers.


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As I write this short sentences before heading to bed, I just wanted to share with you the amazing experience of knowing where our foods come from and the process they go through. It is like a canvas where we know exactly which colors blend in order to gain a special effect. Paleo is an amazing way for you to get in touch with one of the most important things in your life, the fuel that energizes your body and makes you excel at your daily tasks and lets you spend a healthy life with the ones you love the most.

Hope you continue this great adventure and join us as we continue to explore all about Paleo!

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  1. Paleo Effect

    If you are in the local area (Northeast Florida), there are quite a few great farms that you can visit. Just call one of the following and they’ll let you know times, or you can place orders with them and they will tell when they’ll drop off your food (usually at a green market or at a local restaurant where they have a chef relationship). Here is a list of local organic growers:

    Twinn Bridges, Cognito (mmm their meat is awesome!), Cartwheel Ranch, Arlington Community Garden, Trad’s Garden Center, Black Hog Farm, Fores Groves, Log Cabin Winery, St. Johns Oaks Vineyards, Welaka Fish Hatchery, Blue Sky Farm, County Line Produce, Cracker Style Sustainable Retreat, Fresh Start Hydroponic Farm, KYV Farm and CSA, Lincolnville Community Garden, Maggie’s Herb Farm, St. Johns Master Gardeners, Riverdale Hydroponic and Potato Farm, Sykes and Cooper Farm, Terk’s Acres Goat Farm and Tater Farm.

  2. Paleo Effect

    If you are in the local area (Northeast Florida), there are quite a few great farms that you can visit. Just call one of the following and they’ll let you know times, or you can place orders with them and they will tell when they’ll drop off your food (usually at a green market or at a local restaurant where they have a chef relationship). Here is a list of local organic growers:

    Twinn Bridges, Cognito (mmm their meat is awesome!), Cartwheel Ranch, Arlington Community Garden, Trad’s Garden Center, Black Hog Farm, Fores Groves, Log Cabin Winery, St. Johns Oaks Vineyards, Welaka Fish Hatchery, Blue Sky Farm, County Line Produce, Cracker Style Sustainable Retreat, Fresh Start Hydroponic Farm, KYV Farm and CSA, Lincolnville Community Garden, Maggie’s Herb Farm, St. Johns Master Gardeners, Riverdale Hydroponic and Potato Farm, Sykes and Cooper Farm, Terk’s Acres Goat Farm and Tater Farm.

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