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What Is The paleo Diet?
Caveman-style eating rose to popularity with the emergence of the best-selling 2001 book The Paleo Diet, by nutrition researcher Loren Cordain, Ph.D (although, to be fair, the idea had circulated even decades earlier). Cordain’s theory is that the genes of modern humans are highly similar to those of people living in the Paleolithic Era (2.5 million to approximately 11,000 years ago)—the period when men began hunting with tools and, yes, often sought shelter in caves. Therefore, by eating the foods that Paleolithic folk ate, we could avoid the health problems associated with a modern diet, including diabetes, obesity, and inflammation.
Caveman Diet Food List
The original Paleo Diet emphasized whole foods that only a hunter-gatherer from Paleo times would have had access to—meats, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, roots and tubers, nuts, seeds, and unprocessed oils and fat sources.
Some of these include…
Meats*: chicken, turkey, beef, lamb, pork
Fish and other seafood: tuna, salmon, haddock, mackerel, shrimp, crab, clams, mussels
Vegetables: broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, kale, collard greens, peppers, onions
Fruits: berries, apples, bananas, oranges, pears, pineapple, watermelon, avocados, tomatoes
Roots and tubers: carrots, parsnips, beets, sweet potatoes
Nuts: almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds
Oils and fats: olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, lard, tallow
*Meats should be pasture-raised so they’re as close to what was available to cavemen as possible. All foods should be organic whenever possible as well.
Seasonings made from herbs and spices are also permitted. These include: turmeric, rosemary, paprika, dill, etc.
What is Paleo Diet?
Paleo, also known as Primal, Caveman, and Stone Age diet draws its core principles from our hunter-gatherer, ancestral lifestyle and combines those with modern scientific research and a good dose of common sense. The paleo diet has gained a huge following lately and as a result it is often scrutinised, misrepresented, and often misunderstood. The thing about Paleo is that it’s not really a new diet. The lifestyle – yes it’s much more than a diet – has been around for many years.
What you can and can’t have on a paleo diet.