Jacqueline Currie

Jacqueline Currie is a food blogger who quickly became a passionate advocate for the Paleo lifestyle after being a lifelong vegetarian. 

She swapped Quorn sausages and pasta for steak and kale, lost 28lbs and decided to share her recipes to show Paleo food doesn't have to be restrictive or boring.

Read Jackie's blog, and follow her on Instagram, and Twitter.

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Paleo maple and wasabi lime salmon

Paleo maple and wasabi lime salmon

Personally, I hated the stuff until last year but I was determined to develop a taste for it, knowing I needed to get more omega-3 fats into my diet. I now eat fish about twice a week and since adding it into my weekly dinner rotation, the stubborn eczema I'd been battling with for months has cleared up - a result I'd say! The nutrients in salmon also contribute to healthy brain function, help to lower cholesterol as well as reducing inflammation in the body and the risk of heart disease.

Paleo Brazil & hazelnut chocolate truffles

Paleo Brazil & hazelnut chocolate truffles

While sweet things don't play a massive part in my diet any more, I still crave them with my after dinner cup of tea and the odd few squares of dark chocolate usually does me. Sometimes though I like to make something a little more decadent to enjoy - but I still keep it healthy. These fudgy, chocolatey truffles are perfectly indulgent but you'll still reap some health benefits.

Spice up your scrambled eggs with chorizo and sundried tomatoes

Spice up your scrambled eggs with chorizo and sundried tomatoes

Why? They're loaded with high quality protein, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants … almost every nutrient your body needs. They're very high in choline, a brain nutrient that 90% of people don't get enough of - another reason to replace your sugary grain based breakfast if you want to up your performance at work. To top it all off, eggs are cheap, easily prepared and taste amazing.

Paleo kale, bacon and Brussels sprouts salad

Paleo kale, bacon and Brussels sprouts salad

Often sneered at and overlooked thanks to memories of granny boiling them until they resemble mushy and bitter tasting mini cabbages, it can be hard to convince anyone that they can be a delicious part of a meal.

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