Paleo Recipes for the Paleolithic Diet
There are numerous Paleo recipes available for health-conscious individuals who have
discovered, or rediscovered their wellness by sticking with the Paleolithic diet plan. This
new - or should I say old - method of eating is made up of diet which is proven in the
course of human genetic development.
Many years ago, our diet
consisted solely of lean
meats, seafood, fresh
fruit, and fresh
vegetables. These foods
that are all natural
contain all the essential
dietary supplements that
our bodies need to
thrive. They have
vitamins, fats, proteins,
phytosterols - everything
that our body needs to
maintain optimum health,
an ideal weight, and perfect athletic ability.
Followers of the Paleolithic diet using Paleo recipes are naturally lean, have acne-free
skin, have improved athleticism, and tend not to experience metabolic-related and
Essentials that are included in the Paleo recipes are:
No grains will be consumed (breads and pastas), no beans (string beans, kidney
beans, lentils, peanuts, snow peas and peas), no potatoes, no dairy products,
and no salt.
Chicken and fish are the primary meats, eggs, fruit, and vegetable as well as
nuts (walnuts, Brazil nuts, and almonds), and berries,
Your intake of vegetables will increase - especially root vegetables (carrots,
turnips, and rutabagas). Organ meat (liver and kidneys) should be added to the
Your body will take a little time to adjust to the new food routine when you first start the
Paleo diet. The best thing to do is to take it slow, start with one meal, let your body
adjust then add another meal working your way up to a full complement of Paleo
There are many Paleo recipes and Paleo cooking tips to help you get a good variety of
meals and food types into your diet. You can find anything from simple meal recipes to
sophisticated meals that you would be proud to serve to guests.
Looking for a few suggestions to include in your Paleo recipes?
Add steamed vegetables to a meal that includes a roast that was cooked in the
oven, in a pan, or in a crock pot.
Cook a roast with herbs and spices. Serve it with soup, salad, stew, an omelet,
curry, or a sauce that will compliment the meat.
You can make your own fresh mayonnaise, stock, salsa, butter or pâté.
Other foods that can be added to your meals are bone marrow, squid, venison,
liver pâté, heart, tongue, sauerkraut, and coconut.
There are many Paleo recipes are available online and in books. You'll never be at a
loss for recipe ideas.