A paleo diet is consistent with that of the hunters and gatherers during the paleolithic era.
The foundational concept of this diet is to avoid all processed foods as much as possible depending on the level of strictness one would like to follow.
It is quite commonly believed that...
“Paleo is Not A Diet, But About Eating Real Foods
That Do Not Harm the Body.”
The general rule of thumb is, the more processed the food, the worse it is for your body.
Follow this depending on how rigorously you would like to abide by the diet.
Proteins in this diet are made up of fresh, lean meats that are mainly grass-fed and free-range.
These can include eggs, lamb, poultry, shellfish etc. Carbohydrates in this diet are a combination of a variety of fruits and starchy vegetables. These can include yams, berries, melons, sweet potatoes etc. Fats contain predominantly whole-food products and pressed oils.
These can include olives, avocados, extra virgin olive oil, avocado oil etc.
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