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Is It Paleo?

Grain-Free Alternatives for Cooking and Baking 
Kantha Shelke, Ph.D and Kimberly Lord Stewart
There’s more to living grain free than almond flour, zoodles, and riced cauliflower. Discover the variety of Paleo-approved foods that can be used as alternatives to pastas, breads, and more.
What Is Ube and How to Cook It
Isabella Mead
This eye-catching root veggie looks fun, but what does ube taste like and is it healthy?
Debunking the Biggest Myths About The Paleo Diet
Lauren Fellows and Trevor Connor, M.S.
The Paleo Diet myth busters that might surprise you!
Most Canned Sardines Are Bad for You. Here’s How to Choose Healthy Canned Sardines.
Betsy Schroeder
Which is healthier for you, canned or fresh sardines? Here's what to look for.
Are Sweet Potatoes Healthy? Health Benefits of Sweet Potatoes
Betsy Schroeder
Sweet potatoes are healthy for most people and offer a wide range of health benefits because of their vitamin, fiber, and antioxidant content.
Is Coffee Paleo? Why Coffee Is Healthy for Most People
Irene Jay
Yes, coffee is healthy for most people and can be part of a Paleo diet. But those sensitive to caffeine should avoid coffee. Here's how to tell if coffee is healthy for you.
Is Tapioca Healthy? Why Arrowroot Is Paleo and Tapioca Is Not
Irene Jay
Is tapioca healthy? No, because it's made from cassava, which contains antinutrients. Use arrowroot as a healthy, Paleo substitute.
Are Whole Grains Healthy?
Bill Manci
While whole grains aren’t Paleo, it helps to understand the difference between whole and refined grains, and how each impacts your health differently.
Is Butter Paleo?
Irene Jay
We explore the many reasons why butter is not Paleo, including related products like ghee, and also address the potential health outcomes of eating butter.
Are Collagen Peptides Paleo?
Irene Jay
Collagen peptides are all the rage in the supplement world, but do you even need them? And are they Paleo-approved?
Is Sweet Corn Paleo?
Irene Jay
Regardless of how the food industry may label it, sweet corn isn’t a vegetable—it’s a grain. Here’s how corn can harm your health, even when it’s fresh off the cob.
How to Start Eating Healthy: Our 85/15 Guide to Natural, Healthy Eating
Mark J. Smith, Ph.D.
Need more wiggle room in your diet? Try this categorized approach to dieting that will get you results while allowing you to enjoy your favorite off-limit foods.
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