Having a clear understanding of the foodstuffs you can eat while eating Paleo can help you design your daily food plan. Hi Neely….I have a question about the kind of meats to consume. I make an effort to buy grass fed meat when I can but most of the time I must buy conventional meats I've been told some paleo people say lean meats and some say fa… Read More


This fresh look at Paleolithic and ancestral diets needs modern day hunter-gatherer tribes into consideration. Recently there were debates whether legumes, starches, and dairy products have a place in a paleolithic diet. For once, I'll condition my opinion about this matter. I've always viewed the paleolithic diet more as a conceptual platform and … Read More


Top row: escargots, sardines, and fava beans (Crete); naan in salty yak-milk tea (Afghanistan); fried geranium leaves (Crete); boiled crab (Malaysia); raw beetroot and oranges (Crete); chapati, yak butter, and rock and roll salt (Pakistan). I have enrolled in your meal plans as of last night and cannot wait around to get the first menu as it looks … Read More


I'm sense bad about the Neanderthals. During our week of paleo, I made several trips to the nearest Stop & Shop, a hangar-size affair that provides something similar to forty thousand different items. Within the store's great midsection, which is given over to prepared confections, there's aisle after aisle of salty appetizers, soft drinks, athleti… Read More


Ever think about what it might be prefer to travel back again to Paleolithic times and eat like our primal ancestors? Paleolithic men were hunters and gatherers. They roamed in small packs, ate outrageous, uncultivated vegetation of fruits, berries, nut products and vegetables and the carcass remains of pets, which have been killed by carnivores. I… Read More