recipes

The paleo diet was designed to mimic the food groups that our Paleolithic ancestors relied on 2.5 million years ago. Back then, there was no such thing as farming, and people relied on whatever they could hunt or gather. That meant lots of lean meats, fish, nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables — but no grains, dairy, or legumes. 

That means no milk, no bread, and certainly no burritos. You might think going paleo (and liking it) is next to impossible. But you’d be wrong!

It’s easy to re-tool your favorite dishes to remove non-paleo ingredients or read on to discover plenty of new recipes to try! There are all sorts of paleo possibilities, be they breakfast, lunch, or dinner.