100% Grass Fed Ruminants (Bison, Beef, Deer, Elk, etc.) Read “Why Grass Fed?”
Free Range Pasture fed chicken, eggs, pork
Fruit (not too much)
Don’t Eat This
Grains (wheat flour, whole grain wheat, barley, oats, quinoa, rice, corn, etc.) Read why.
Legumes (peanuts, seeds, beans, soy products)
Added Sugars and Sweeteners (natural or artificial)
Veggie Oils (canola, corn, soy, palm kernel, sunflower, safflower, etc.) Read why.
Fruit juice (Just eat the whole food!)
Man Made or processed food-like products.
Drugs. Duh. Smoking makes you fat.
Dairy, Nuts (Depends on how you handle these personally)
Dark Chocolate (70% or darker. In small quantities)
How Do I Do This?
Shop in the outside aisles of the grocery store. Read labels. Be smart.
…The paleolithic was a long era, spanning 2.6 million years ago to 10,000 years ago. Some populations experienced scarcity, but the vast majority of remains do not have tell-tale signs of malnutrition present in later agrarian populations. Foraging populations studied today have highly variable diets, often utilizing hundreds of species. Paleolithic assemblages vary from some in the Levant that show utilization of grasses and legumes to massive Middle Paleolithic assembleges in Africa of Eland, a very delicious high-fat game animal. Both paleolithic populations, totally different diets. I guess either way they weren’t eating sugar, processed foods, grains, and vegetable oil, which is why the paleolithic diet works so well…