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“Cozy” Fall Paleo Recipes

It’s getting colder and the leaves are nearly off the trees. With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s time to get cozy by a roaring fire and enjoy a few fall Paleo recipes. Enjoy! Slow Cooked Beef Roast As soon as the leaves begin to turn color, the slow cooker is the favored vessel in the Paleo kitchen.  This slow cooked beef roast is ideal for those who prefer to plan and prepare their dinner before heading out the door in the morning.  The delicious aromas will welcome you home after a day’s adventures.  Once the sun has set and the

A Few Paleo Recipes to Maximize Your Nutrient Density

[Part Four in our Series on Why the Paleo Diet is a Nutrient Dense Diet] The Paleo diet is naturally a nutrient-packed diet. But if you were on the road for a bit and eating foods that don’t give you what you need, or are just looking to periodically eat something with a little more “nutrient-punch” here’s a few recipes from The Paleo Diet Cookbook to get you started: Fresh Start Omelet Start your day off right with this nutrient dense breakfast.  The combination of fresh greens and veggies wrapped up in protein packed Omega 3 eggs will fire up

Seven Warm and Sensational Paleo Indian Recipes to Spice Up Your Life

I started my Paleo journey back in 2014. I know that sounds corny, but like so many others who have shared their experiences with me, that path to health was life changing. It was truly a journey. I had spent over a decade battling with my weight and body image. I tried it all: pills; supplements; diets; you name it. I tried everything except surgery and failed miserably. I just couldn’t stick to anything. I finally decided enough was enough. Something had to change. And that’s when a good friend recommended the Paleo diet. At first, I dismissed it as

Paleo-friendly Fruit / Vegetable Juice and Puree Recipes – Fruit Juice Part II

Jonesing for Juice? Got a hankering for a smoothie? Don’t make the common mistake of thinking that because your sugar is coming from fruit that it’s okay to eat a lot of it. “The liver doesn’t know whether sugar came from fruit or not,” said Kimber Stanhope, a researcher at the University of California, Davis, who studies the effects of sugar on health1. In part I of my series on fruit juice I explain why you need to be careful about fruit juice, even when it comes from fresh fruit. But while relying on a daily morning all-fruit smoothie is

Paleo Diet Recipes: True Paleo or Not?

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The Paleo Diet October Digest – Surviving the Debates

What a month it’s been! Likely few of us escaped the controversies and daily scandals of this unique election season. Sure, we’re a nutrition website, but after watching a few of those debates and news feeds, it was hard not to reach for the box of cookies hidden at the back of the cabinet. This month at thePaleoDiet.com, we had our own share of debates and October surprises. We debated critics in the nutrition community over nutrient density. We shared with you shocking new research on the sugar industry and how it paid to shape the direction of our nutrition

October Series: Nutrient Density and the Paleo Diet

It’s hard not to feel pretty satisfied when you hit a homerun in a debate. But sometimes, you hear an argument so many times that even if you can hit it out of the park, you get tired of repeating the same old counterpoints. That seems to be the case with the Paleo diet and nutrient density. How often have do we read or hear someone claim that “by eliminating several food groups, the Paleo diet prevents dieters from getting the critical nutrients they need.” It was the main argument used in the US News and World Report’s Best Diet

October: Your Top Eight Comments

A big part of what drives this website is the great reader feedback, questions, and comments you give us. We want you to know we’re listening and even use your feedback to drive our future topics. Please enjoy a few recent comments that really grabbed our attention and our responses: 1. A READER QUESTIONS USING BMI AS A MARKER OF BODY COMPOSITION IN THE PALEOLITHIC Article: Obesity in the Paleolithic: The Odd Case of the Venus Figurines Trbobtch on August 3, 2016 writes: I have to say, I am really surprised you chose to use BMI info. I’ve seen enough

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