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When it comes to leaving a healthy planet for our grandkids to enjoy, one of the most important choices we can make, on a daily basis, is to carefully select the foods we eat based on the ways in which they are grown or raised. Bland feedlot beef from animals filled with antibiotics and growth hormones, factory-raised chickens, genetically modified crops drenched with chemicals, and fruit selected for its size rather than its nutrient density are the consequence of poor industrial agricultural practices. At The Paleo Diet, we encourage everyone to choose a healthier, more sustainable diet by selecting grass-fed, free-range meats, local, organic fruits and vegetables, and thoughtfully harvested seafood.

Can fish production save us from ourselves?

With the worlds population set to reach 10 billion by 2050 we need to find a way to feed everyone and it’s not cattle farms. Are fish the solution?

By Bill Manci
The Benefits of Joining a CSA (And How to Find One)

It can be a challenge to find good sources for inexpensive locally-grown produce and meat that’s Paleo, Community Supported Agriculture may be the solution.

By The Paleo Diet® Team
Should I Choose Wild or Farmed Fish?

Should we pick farm-raised or wild-caught fish? It seems like an easy Paleo choice, but is it? The answer in terms of sustainability and health may surprise

By Bill Manci
Fresh Sardines or Canned Sardines: No Longer an Option for Americans

In today’s post, we explore the effects of the declining sardine population on the US market and your health.

By Loren Cordain, Ph.D.
GMOs: To Be, Or Not To Be

If some foods naturally have GMOs, does it change the argument that Monsanto should not design robo-foods? That all depends on your perspective.

By Casey Thaler
Is Paleo Sustainable for 7 Billion People?

If seven billion people adopted a diet higher in meat without making these three environmentally-friendly, Paleo adjustments, it would not be sustainable.

By Stephanie Vuolo
Seafood Mercury Concerns Subside Amid New Research

New research indicates that seafood, an important part of a Paleo diet, contains omega-3’s that minimize the potentially harmful effects of mercury.

By Christopher Clark
Selecting Seafood for Health and Sustainability

There’s no question that seafood is a great source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. It should be a part of your Paleo Diet, but is it always sustainable?

By The Paleo Diet® Team
Insectivory 101: The Intentional Eating of Insects

Insectivory: the intentional eating of insects, found in cultures worldwide and likely contributed essential nutrition to our ancestors throughout evolution

By William Lagakos, Ph.D.
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Paleo Leadership
Trevor Connor
Trevor Connor

Dr. Loren Cordain’s final graduate student, Trevor Connor, M.S., brings more than a decade of nutrition and physiology expertise to spearhead the new Paleo Diet team.

Mark J Smith
Dr. Mark J. Smith

One of the original members of the Paleo movement, Mark J. Smith, Ph.D., has spent nearly 30 years advocating for the benefits of Paleo nutrition.

Nell Stephenson
Nell Stephenson

Ironman athlete, mom, author, and nutrition blogger Nell Stephenson has been an influential member of the Paleo movement for over a decade.

Loren Cordain
Dr. Loren Cordain

As a professor at Colorado State University, Dr. Loren Cordain developed The Paleo Diet® through decades of research and collaboration with fellow scientists around the world.