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This blog is dedicated to sharing advice and tips for following a Paleo Lifestyle. My goal is to motivate and inspire you to eat clean and live a healthy and happy life! But what exactly is the “Paleo Diet?”

The Paleo Diet is designed around the diet of our ancestors. It is often referred to as the “primal,” “caveman,” or “ancestral” diet, where the menu is based around food that was available to our ancient ancestors: vegetables, meat, fish, fruit, and nuts. It omits all dairy, grains, legumes, processed sugar, and artificial ingredients and sweeteners. By eating a variety of whole food sources, you consume a nutrient-dense diet which is essential for maintaining good health and can help weight-loss efforts tremendously.

According to Robb Wolf, author of The Paleo Solution – The Original Human Diet:

The paleo diet is built from modern foods that (to the best of our ability) emulate the foods available to our pre-agricultural ancestors: Meat, fish, fowl, vegetables, fruits, roots, tubers and nuts. On the flip-side we see an omission of grains, legumes and dairy… In simple terms, if it’s not meat, fish, fowl, vegetables, fruits, roots tubers or nuts…it’s a ‘no-go.’

Click the links below to explore the different topics, or use the navigation bar at the top or to the right of this page to explore past posts.

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If you’d like me to answer your questions or post about a specific topic, feel free to let me know! Just comment on this page or send me an email at pinkandpaleo@gmail.com. I’d love to hear from you!

 

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