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Product Review! Paleo on the Go!

In this blog we’ve got two great reviews of Paleo on the Go! See what “The Paleo Kids” from Primal Life Organics have to say about Paleo on the Go Chocolate Chip Cookies in the video below and read about a few of their more savory dishes as reviewed by guest Cave Girl blogger Heather Seikel.

AND… a Rafflecopter (enter to win a $100 Primal Life Organics gift card and Two Paleo On The Go Thanksgiving Dinners), a Primal Life Organics discount code and a Paleo On The Go discount code!  See below for details!

Guest blogger Heather Seikel reviewed several of the Paleo on the Go dishes. Check out her reaction to these Paleo “fast foods” before you buy them yourself!


Elk Burger with Wild Mushrooms

Ingredients: Elk, mushrooms, onion, parsley, garlic, thyme, lard or tallow

Defrosted in fridge

Heated in oven 350F for 15 min

Mushrooms have good flavor and texture
Elk Burger juicy not at all dry with great flavor and texture
Perfect portion size
Smells like wild mushrooms initially but no overwhelming smells
Would order again


Ingredients: eggplant, bell pepper, onion, zucchini, garlic, tomato, sea salt, olive oil, basil

Defrosted in fridge
Heated: Oven 350F 15 min
Taste: perfectly seasoned with a great basil/tomato balance
Smell: homemade italian sauce
Texture: veggies with small amount of crunch not mushy or over cooked
Repeat: absolutely


Butternut Squash Lasagna with Beef

Ingredients: butternut squash, grass fed ground beef, cashews, tomato, onion, garlic, basil, sea salt, pepper, grass fed ghee

Defrosted in fridge

Heated in oven 350F for 15 min

Smell: like authentic lasagna
Taste: Cashew tastes like rocatta cheese
Texture: perfectly firm not too soft and firm standing layers like “traditional” Lasagna
Overall: would order again


Chocolate Chip Cookies
Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda, sea salt, grass fed ghee, maple syrup, vanilla, eggs, chocolate chips

Defrosted in the fridge
Taste: gluten free chocolate chip cookie
Texture: soft and chewy
Smell: chocolaty


Sage Sweet Potato Noodles
Ingredients: sweet potato, olive oil, garlic, sage, sea salt

Defrosted in the fridge
Heated: 350F for 15minutes
Smell: sweet potatoes and sage
Taste: perfectly balanced and not overly oiled with a garlic finish
Texture: crunchy with perfect noodle width size


Gyro Meatballs with Zucchini Noodles

Ingredients: Lamb, lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, rosemary, oregano, zucchini, red onion, mint, dill, sea salt, coconut milk, cucumber

Defrosted in the fridge and heated in the oven: 350F for 15minutes

Review: looked forward to trying zoodles that had been frozen to see what their taste and texture would be like; they were still crunchy, maybe blanched before froze, not at all mushy and held up well to being heated in the oven and flavor not different then fresh made zoodles.
Smells: the dill and not over powered by lamb (husband had to ask what meatballs were made out of)
Meatballs: great texture and size. Not overpowered by lamb taste and not at all dried out by being heated in the oven
Sauce: very nice blend of spices, lemon and coconut milk and cucumber. No distinctly overpowering flavor.
Overall: Very enjoyable taste, texture, flavor, and smell. Would definitely order again!

Hi All!!  Trina Felber here!  Those are my kids you see in the video- they absolutely loved that chocolate chip cookie and asked for more!  That is a testament to YUMMY!!  I have to say, I agree with Heather, I have tested a few meals from Paleo On The Go, and all have been better than delicious!  The Chicken Noodle Soup was so good, I wanted MORE!!  My all time favorite is the Butternut Squash Lasagna with Beef- OMG!!!  It melts in your mouth and the flavor is incredible!  It is so hard to describe- a touch of natural sweetness from the butternut, crossed with the rugged taste of meet!  This is my Go TO meal when my hubby goes out of town!  I always order a few to have in the freezer to make life easy, and tasty, when it’s just me and the Paleo Kids!!

Primal Life Organics has teamed with Paleo On The Go to offer discounts and a Rafflecopter!

  • To receive 20% off your Primal Life Organics order, use coupon code POTG good thru November 2nd.
  • To receive 10% off your Paleo On The Go order, use coupon code PLO2014 good thru November 1st.


Winner will receive:

  • $100 Primal Life Organics gift Card
  • Two Paleo On The Go Thanksgiving Dinners

Make Your Own Flu Fighter Potion and Prevent Viral Invasion!

Since I believe health encompasses much more than just skincare, I bring a great resource to your kitchen and invite you to naturally strengthen your immune system this winter!

The kids are back to school, the weather is turning cold, viruses are getting rampant and our immune system is taking a hit. Just this past week, a personal friend and pediatric physician reported he saw over 60 patients in one day with viral related issues. THE TIME IS NOW TO CREATE YOUR OWN HEALTH PLAN- AND HEALTH POTION!


Elderberry could quite possibly be the most perfect flu-season berry. After all, elderberries contain compounds that inhibit the flu virus enzyme from even penetrating the cell membrane. If the virus is unable to penetrate the cell wall, the virus will not be able to replicate and you are left with your health intact. Once penetration occurs, rapid replication of the virus occurs. Symptoms will be mild and often display as vague, as the immune system attempts to conquer the viral load. Because the flu virus is so potent and rapidly replicates, it easily overtakes the immune system very quickly.

BUT… if you can prevent viral-cell penetration, you can beat the flu even before you know it has arrived at your membranes!

I know all about cellular function. By education and practice, my Nursing Anesthesia career is built upon lipid soluble drugs that pass through the cell membrane to induce anesthetic sleep.

I understand the ramifications that occur when unwanted toxins (a virus is a toxin), penetrates the cell membrane and causes damage. My skincare line, Primal Life Organics was built upon this knowledge. Once inside a cell, the intruder becomes one with the cell and can even destroy or mutate the DNA of the cell. Sickness, cancer, endocrine disruption, altered immune function and inflammations can all be the result of cellular invasion of any kind (viral, chemical, toxin) whether from the environment (flu or skincare) or food.

So, I made my skincare products to improve my health. I want a strong immune system to help fight any uncontrollable and random exposures to chemicals and viruses. By feeding my skin and body the nutrients that support a healthy cell wall membrane, I increase the chances that my cells will prevent invasion by foreign substances. If by chance the substance does penetrate, my body is functioning optimally and has better defenses for neutralizing and eliminating the source with minimal insult.

But when flu season hits, I want extra protection! I trust my cell membranes, however, I know how strong the viral infestation can be and because of this, I go above and beyond the normal, everyday vitamins, probiotics, fish oil and kombucha.

I BREW MY OWN FLU-FIGHTER POTION!! (And it’s really easy… and the kids will swallow it!!)

Elderberries are little powerhouses- take advantage of what they do! Since they inhibit cellular membrane penetration from the flu virus, they therefore prevent invasion of the respiratory tract cells. Elderberries are especially great for preventing bronchitis, colds, coughs and influenza!

Before I give you my Simple and Easy Flu Fighter Potion, you should know what elderberries contain! They are loaded with vitamin C, antioxidants, potassium, beta-carotene, calcium, and phosphorus Elderberries also contain natural substances called flavonoids which help reduce swelling, fight inflammation, and boost the immune system. Cinnamon and cloves offer intense immune boosting properties- and they add just a hint of natural flavor to the elderberry.

What do you have to loose- beside a week home with the flu!

Flu Fighter Potion by Trina Felber
1C Dried Elderberries (I prefer Organic and purchase from here)

7C Water

1C Raw Honey (local preferred)

2  Cinnamon Sticks

6   Cloves


In a saucepan, bring berries and water to a boil. Reduce heat and let simmer for 30 minutes. You can also make in a crockpot, set on a medium setting. Remove from heat and let cool for 15 minutes. Strain elderberries from liquid.

Let juice cool to room temperature, or place in the fridge. DO NOT ADD HONEY TO HOT LIQUID (the heat could destroy the beneficial nutrients of the honey).

Once cooled, add the honey and mix. Store in any glass container in the fridge

Children: 1/2 – 1 tsp a day
Adults: ½ – 1 Tbsp a day

At first sign of any symptoms, increase intake. I take a dose every 2-3 hours until symptoms subside. If my kids get sick, I increase everyone’s dose to 3-4 times a day.

I cannot say you will not get sick, but I believe in prevention. If I give my immune system the tools it needs to function properly, quite possibly, an infestation might not occur, or at least not be as powerful!


***Since I love essential oils and the added benefit they bring, I love to include a few in my potion. My kids do not like the taste of the essential oils, so rarely do I add any to theirs. Essential oils have amazing antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory properties and help boost the immune system- but make sure they are food grade and safe to ingest. You can add 5-10 drops of the essential oils you choose to approximately 8 ounces of Flu-Fighter Potion. These are my choices:
Clove bud


When feeling Under The Weather, I also LOVE making a batch of my Ginger Wellness Tea:

1 inch chunk of fresh ginger thinly sliced

16 oz boiling water

2 cinnamon sticks

6 whole cloves

1 star anise pod

1 heaping Tbs honey

juice of a lemon wedge(optional)

Prepare ginger, and spices and combine in a large thermos.  Add boiling water and cover.  Let sit 30-60 minutes. (I like it when it has sat for 60 minutes or longer)  Add honey before drinking. 

I leave this in a thermos and pour it out as needed.  I sip it throughout the day.  It is great for colds, soothes sore throats, and coughs, breaks fevers, quells nausea, and fights stomach bugs.

Happy Potioning!!

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