Paleo Ice Recipe

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Paleo Ice Recipe – What health benefits have you been missing out on?

It's time to start taking the Paleo lifestyle seriously.  It's become evident with recent research*** that paleo ice is able to clear toxins that are accumulating in our bodies.  Regular intake of paleo ice has been shown to reduce the risk of many of our society's health issues.  From certain types of cancers, hormonal imbalances, reproductive issues, obesity, insomnia, headaches, erectile dysfunction, memory loss, tinnitus, and even aging!

Original recipes date back thousands of years.  Prehistoric healthy ice was traditionally made from free-range water.  And they weren't made in plastic trays, so there was no leaching of plastics into the ice.

Today, harvesting traditional paleo ice can be challenging.  Climate change has been a major contributing factor to the dwindling numbers of natural paleo ice availability, though in some areas it can still be found in it's natural habitat year-round.

Ideally, you want your paleo ice made from glacial-fed waters.  This one is available in a stainless steel bottle – no leaching plastics!  (I'm not sure if this water is available in the stainless steel bottle in Canada, unfortunately.  It may be easier to go straight to the source up here, but there are a few companies that bottle glacial-fed water around.)

More recently, ice was originally for only the very rich, dating back to 1600AD.  In the late 1800's there was an ice trade, ice being supplied from Norway and from the Hudson (Alaska also had an ice trade, but later on).  Ice houses were built and free range ice was distributed.  One ice tycoon would undersell his competitors until they went out of business then jack up the price.  SO paleo ice is a delicacy!

Now you can make the paleo ice recipe yourself from the comfort of your own home, without putting your safety in jeopardy.

 

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Paleo Ice Recipe


  • Author: www.ThePrimalDesire.com
  • Prep Time: 4-6 hours
  • Total Time: 4-6 hours

Description

Free range and wild paleo ice, how have you lived your life without it??!!!


Ingredients

  • Water Free range or glacial, ethically caught of course
  • Metal ice tray
  • Electricity
  • Freezer unit or an outdoor environment 0 C (32 F)
  • 4 to 6 hours

Instructions

  1. Carefully measure glacier, free range and ethically caught water into metal ice trays.
  2. Place the ice trays into a flat freezer unit or outdoors.
  3. Wait 4-6 hours, resist the urge to stir, flip or shake ice trays, they turn out best if you can leave them.
  4. Release the cubes from their metal tray jail and use in your favorite beverage, maybe our Old Fashioned Old Fashioned Cocktail.

NUTRITIONAL SUMMARY:
Calories: 0 Fat: 0g Carbs: 0g Protein: 0g

There are 0 calories in 4 cubes of paleo ice.
Calorie breakdown: 0% fat, 0% carbs, 0% protein.

 

 

***Happy April Fools Day – OK, so the health claims and research about the paleo ice recipe are totally made up.  BUT, the bit about ice being for the rich, the ice trade, and ice tycoon is all true!

 

Interested in actual ways of reducing toxins in your body?  Learn more here: Beautycounter

 

Looking for something to use the paleo ice recipe with?  How about an Old Fashioned Old Fashioned cocktail?

Paleo Ice Recipe - What health benefits have you been missing out on? https://www.theprimaldesire.com/paleo-ice-recipe
Paleo Ice Recipe - What health benefits have you been missing out on? https://www.theprimaldesire.com/paleo-ice-recipe
Paleo Ice Recipe - What health benefits have you been missing out on? https://www.theprimaldesire.com/paleo-ice-recipe
2018-03-21T19:57:11+00:00

About the Author:

I’m trained as a pharmacist, but my passion lies in changing people’s mental and physical health through amazing food… and laughter. I’ll laugh at my own jokes even if you don’t. I love food. Lust may be a more appropriate word. Prepare to get your Paleo-induced drool-on!

2 Comments

  1. Anne L Texas April 1, 2017 at 8:10 am - Reply

    APRIL FOOLS

  2. Lynn Seal April 3, 2017 at 8:12 am - Reply

    Funny!!

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