The Paleo Diet Team

About The Paleo Diet Team

The Paleo Diet, the world’s healthiest diet, is based upon the fundamental concept that the optimal diet is the one to which we are genetically adapted. The therapeutic effect of The Paleo Diet is supported by both randomized controlled human trials and real-life success stories.

Four Natural Paleo-Friendly Desserts in 5 Ingredients or Less

Going Paleo is all about eating like your ancestors. You take it back to nature. You keep it simple. You approach life like a hunter-gatherer on the eternal quest for balanced nutrients. But you also sometimes crave sugar with the single-minded obsession of a brain-seeking zombie. What do you do when a hard day or a sudden midnight desire leaves you craving ice cream, brownies, or worse? The good news is that dessert isn’t completely off the table on a Paleo Diet. As part of your 15% you can afford to occasionally satisfy one of those cravings with something that

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5 Tips for Going Paleo on a Budget

When it comes to following a wholesome Paleo lifestyle, you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank. The Paleo Diet® is composed of meats, healthy fats and oils, vegetables, and fruits. It’s nothing “fancy.” Rather, it’s going back to basics and not relying on fads or novelty items. There are many tips and tricks that can help you keep within your budget, especially when you’re first starting out. Here’s some of our favorite Paleo-on-a-budget advice.   1. Buy produce that is in season This piece of advice requires some planning and awareness on your part. Research which Paleo-friendly items

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Paleo Lifestyle – Consider Bison for Clean, Sustainable Protein

“Eat your meat!” as your mother would say. And, she was right! Although our food selections today are much smarter options than those your mother had in the meat case of her local supermarket. Red meat is an excellent source of protein and iron, plus vitamins and minerals. All of these are essential to maintaining lean muscle mass, healthy metabolism, and healthy brain function. Historically, fitness coaches and dietitians preach chicken, pork and fish as our best sources of lean protein. But, there’s still a place for red meat which is good news for beef lovers who are also trying

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Celebrate the Fall Harvest the Paleo Way

Fall is a fantastic season for food lovers – there are multitudes of delicious vegetables at local farmers markets, and the chill in the air calls for comfort foods like soups and stews. It’s the season for apple picking and stocking up on your favorites as your local farmers markets wind down for the year. Since fall’s bounty has a lot to offer when you’re following the Paleo Diet you’re going to want to make the most of the fall harvest season while sticking to your Paleo eating habits. Here are some tips for healthy, tasty fall cooking.   What’s

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Paleo Picnic Ideas for Early Fall

The days are getting shorter and the sun isn’t shining quite as bright, but if you’re like us, you’re not ready yet to give up your picnics. Besides, now that the hot days of summer are behind us, eating outdoors has never been more fun. Get inspired with these Paleo Picnic Ideas for the early Fall.   Color Pop Kale Slaw Here’s a refreshing twist on a picnic classic. Gone are the days of wilting, mushy tubs of coleslaw and potato salad. Add some crunch to your brunch with local vegetables, powerhouse antioxidants, and rich flavor. The Chop 1 small

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Paleo-Friendly Summer Meals

Summer isn’t over yet, and what better time is there to be a cook, gardener, or just a food lover? Fresh vegetables are spilling out of every garden and farm, markets are stocked with fantastic fresh ingredients, and it’s warm enough to grill and eat outside. Summer is a great time to experiment with new ingredients and flavors, and on hot days you can turn a salad into a meal without turning on the oven. If you’re following the Paleo Diet®, you can enjoy everything that summer has to offer. Your local farmers will have plenty of meat for the

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Paleo Lifestyle: Restorative Yoga Sequence to Help You Sleep Better

Restorative Yoga as a Part of a Paleo Lifestyle Why is restorative yoga such a perfect complement to a Paleo lifestyle? The reasons are wide-ranging and inspiring: It’s fantastic for joint health It supports good digestion It encourages mindfulness of body and breath It improves the quality of sleep It enhances overall health and wellness – yeah! In this post we’ll highlight some restorative yoga poses that are especially effective for creating deep and nourishing sleep. They’re great to do after an invigorating day of hiking, biking, when you’ve spent a bit too much time in front of a computer,

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Bad Science: 2016 Mouse Study of the Paleo Diet Is a Classic Example of Research Being Used to Make Claims it Can’t Make

In 2016, a group of researchers led by Dr. Sof Andrikopoulos in Australia published a single study exploring the effects of a high-fat diet on glucose regulation and weight gain in mice. This study set off a media storm that zeroed in on the Paleo Diet, it claimed various health concerns and weight gain for those on the diet. Using no uncertain terms, headlines were published reading things like “Paleo Diet = weight gain.” Sadly, the author of the study didn’t make any attempt to dissuade these claims despite the fact that the term “paleo” was never once used in

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Community Supported Agriculture for Your Health, Sustainability, and Wallet

If you’re following the Paleo Diet®, your grocery list is largely made up of fresh vegetables, grass-fed or pasture-raised meat, and free-range eggs. While your body benefits from this way of eating, your wallet might be hurting – these high-quality foods can have a high price tag! It can also be a challenge to find good sources for locally-grown produce and grass-fed meat. The offerings at your local grocery store might not cut it and there may not be a convenient farmers market in your area. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) could be a great solution for making your Paleo lifestyle

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Two Paleo Recipes to Satisfy Your Comfort Food Craving

For most of us, switching to the Paleo Diet® has made us feel healthier and more energetic. This is one of the main reasons the diet has become so popular. Unfortunately, as popular as the Paleo diet is, it doesn’t always eliminate the craving for hearty, hot, comfort foods. The good news is that you can have your comfort food and eat it to. That is there are some comfort foods that fit within the Paleo meal plan. Here are two popular comfort foods that have been modified to make them truly Paleo and guilt-free foods.   Stuffed Peppers Stuffed

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