Healthy, delicious, and simple, the Paleo Diet is the diet we were designed to eat. If you want to lose...
Discover why more people continue to choose Paleo for Beginners—the New York Times bestselling Paleo cookbook that has sold over 150,000 copies sold—more than any other Paleo cookbook.
Paleo is not...
The theory behind the very trendy high-protein/low-carb Paleo diet is that we should mimic the diets of our Paleolithic ancestors, eating mainly meat, fish, and a restricted list of pre-agricultural vegetables and fruit. (There is some debate within
It's darn close to paleo (there is a little evaporated cane juice in the chocolate chips) and is made with wholesome all-natural, non-GMO ingredients: almond flour, dairy-free chocolate morsels (soy-free), organic maple syrup, arrowroot flour, organic
Most people think of the paleo diet as the meat lover's way to lose weight. But some people with autoimmune conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, are turning to a refined paleo version to improve life-disrupting symptoms such as pain and
Meanwhile, the Whole 30 seems to be a stricter version of the Paleo diet, which started in April 2009, reports Diets in Review. With this diet, people are required to eat nothing but the prescribed foods for 30 days straight to cleanse and heal the body.
The Paleo diet advocates a return to the days of yore, the Paleolithic Era, when hunters and gatherers consumed fresh lean meats and fish, fruits, vegetables, and healthier, natural fats. There's a groundswell of support for the role of the caveman