PaleoDigest brings together the latest, most up-to-date information and recipes from all the Paleo/Primal blogs and sites on the web!
The Paleo Network
The Paleo Network - “Health food” commercials are getting worse and worse – and of course I’m not referring to adverts for kale or grass-fed beef. I’m talking about products with a list of unpronounceable ingredients – products I go out of my way to avoid. And given that you’re reading my blog, I suspect you do too. There...Read More »... Read more
Phoenix Helix
Phoenix Helix - This week's Paleo Recipe Roundtable will run for 2 weeks, because I'm heading out of town to visit my family. The featured favorites from last week are: Quick Apple Cinnamon Porridge ~ Mahi Mahi with Pineapple-Papaya Salsa ~ Stuffed Baked Pumpkin ~ and Carrot Cake with Whipped Coconut Frosting. Happy cooking, everyone!... Read more
Living Healthy With Chocolate | Living Healthy With Chocolate
Living Healthy With Chocolate | Living Healthy With Chocolate - Hi Everyone. I just wanted to give thanks to YOU today. I’m so grateful for your support. See this photo?...... Read more
Feel Good Eating
Feel Good Eating - I just LOVE the site Examine don’t you? They really have “grown up” so nicely over the last few years, without a drop in quality. Quite the contrary, the site has only gotten better!! Hat tip to Chris Highcock, as HE made me aware of them in 2012. I use the site very often and refer a lot of people there. Want to know more about the power of veggies…take a look on Examine here and here and here. Meh, you get the point I’m sure. Now THAT is a kicks ass little salad I made. Kale,... Read more
Mark's Daily Apple
Mark's Daily Apple - Anytime I discuss supplements, some readers balk. For them, if Grok didn’t do it, we shouldn’t either. And you know what? If that describes you, I get where you’re coming from. Ideally, optimal health develops organically — from the food we eat, the sun, sleep, and movement patterns we follow, the lifestyles we develop. But […]... Read more
Authority Nutrition - Fiber is incredibly important. It escapes digestion by the stomach and ends up reaching the gut. There, it feeds the friendly gut bacteria, leading to all sorts of health benefits (1, 2). Fiber also supports weight loss, lowers blood sugar levels and fights constipation (3, 4, 5). Not surprisingly, studies show that people who eat […]The post 22 Delicious High-Fiber Foods (No. 2 and 19 Are My Favorites) appeared first on[ This is only a summary. Click the link above ... Read more
Paleo Diet Lifestyle | Paleo diet Tips & Recipes - If you’re anywhere in the US, you most likely get your almonds, your spinach, your tomatoes, your lettuce, and most... The post Paleo and the Environment: California Drought Edition appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.... Read more
Paleo Plan
Paleo Plan - Don’t Do It Like I Did It! I created a mess that took a very long time to clean up and two years later, I’m still picking up a few scattered pieces of nutritional wreckage.   To this day, my family refuses to eat cauliflower, which became the symbol of Paleo rebellion in my house, but …... Read more
Everyday Paleo
Everyday Paleo - Sarah and I are back with Episode 136 of the Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness Podcast! Click here to listen or find us on iTunes. Please submit your questions to [email protected] and if you have a spare minute, please be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!!  Thank you very much and enjoy!  Here’s what we discuss in this episode: […] Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness Podcast, Episode 136 is a post from Everyday Paleo - licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unpor... Read more
Paleo in PDX
Paleo in PDX - I am a huge cabbage lover and most often eat it with roasts, in meat and veggie sautés or in the form of sauerkraut. It wasn’t until my visit home this past January that I remembered how much I love…... Read more
The Paleo Recipe Book

Paleo Cookbooks - Recipes for the Paleo Diet


The Paleo Recipe Book

Robb Wolf Paleo Guides

What is Paleo

"Paleo" (short for Paleolithic) is an extremely healthy style of eating based on what we evolved to eat such as various meats (beef, poultry, fish, etc.), vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds while excluding grains and sugar.

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