Founder and Chief Recipe Developer.
When Kelly Bejelly was told that she was prediabetic in 2009, she tried the Paleo diet in a last-ditch effort to cure herself. Within six months, she lost sixty-five pounds, normalized her blood sugar levels, and won her battle with anxiety and depression. She then began experimenting with grain-free recipes in an attempt to convince her picky-eater husband that giving up gluten was not a life sentence to a tasteless existence.
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Jaime loves creating real food recipes, making her own diy products and drinking a good cup of herbal tea. She’s taken herbalism and aromatherapy courses and create her own line of plant based, safe for the whole family bodycare items. When She’s not helping her husband in her garden or chasing after her toddler of course.
Hi everyone! My name is Callie Goode. I’m 27 years old and currently reside in Colorado. I’m absolutely thrilled to be a part of the editorial team for A Girl Worth Saving and look forward to the experiences I will have on this journey. I’m extremely passionate about the Paleo lifestyle and the positive impact it has on many people. When I’m not writing, you can find me spending time with my family, friends, and animals. My hobbies include empowering people and personal development. I am anxious to help provide powerful content that readers can implement directly into their daily routines.
Heather Resler went paleo at age 14 and was diagnosed with celiac disease a couple years later. She used a gluten-free, paleo, whole foods diet to heal herself. She loves to cook delicious recipes to help others make the transition to a healthier lifestyle. Find Heather at her blog, Cook It Up Paleo, on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. Heather is also the author of Grain-Free Family Favorites, and the upcoming ebook Paleo Mug Muffins.
Being an ardent hairstyle, beauty and lifestyle enthusiast, I have contributed to a number of popular lifestyle magazines and blogs. My writings are mostly targeted towards young women on a budget who enjoy the art of looking good. Follow me on my brand new blog andTwitter!!
Amanda, a scientist by training with an M.S. in neuroscience, is passionate about good food and good health. She blogs at The Curious Coconut, where she shares her most delicious Paleo and Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) recipes with a dash of science on the side. Her recipes have a Latin American flair, thanks to marrying into a Puerto Rican family, and she likes to focus on comfort foods like breads and baked goods, easy and flavorful traditional Latin American dishes, and places a special emphasis on nose-to-tail eating with tasty nutrient-dense offal recipes anyone will enjoy. She first went Paleo 2010 and has an incredible weight loss story (80 lbs in a year) that coincided with the reversal of scary conditions like pre-diabetes, hypertension, and leaky gut syndrome. You can connected with her on her website, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Periscope (@thecuriouscoconut), and Google. She is also the author of the eBook The Allergy-Free Holiday Table, full of incredible AIP and vegan treats and baked goods.