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What You Should and Should Not Eat on the Paleo Diet®

By Paul Vandyken
October 12, 2016

You’ve heard of the benefits of The Paleo Diet, but still don’t fully understand what it is. Or you’re looking for a simple guide to share with your family and friends who keep asking about it. ThePaleoDiet.com guest writer Paul Vandyken has created a visual, clear, and very simple guide to what you should eat and not eat on a Paleo Diet. Enjoy!

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