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32 Healthy Paleo Diet Recipes

Eat Like a Cavewoman: 32 Perfectly Paleo Recipes

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Eat Like a Cavewoman: 32 Perfectly Paleo Recipes

It seems like everyone's raving about the Paleo diet these days, but once I learned all the foods to avoid on this plan, I asked myself, "What's left?!" If you've experienced a similar sentiment, then look to these 32 recipes that cover every meal of the day. These delicious and creative choices might even inspire you to start eating like a cavewoman!

— Additional reporting by Leta Shy, Jenny Sugar, and Michele Foley

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look at that bacon cup

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I love that popsugar isn't just about fad diets :)
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Paleontologist Dr. Alan Walker, of Johns Hopkins University, led a comprehensive study on the teeth markings on humanoid fossils. A NY Times article reported his conclusions: "Every tooth of the hominids of the 12 million year period leading up to Homo Erectus appeared to be that of a fruit eater." So meat eating probably played a very small role in human development. The diets of our closest primate relatives of today may include small amounts of meat and insects, but they probably account for no more than 1-3% of calorie intake. In the last 75 years, animal product consumption in Western society has zoomed to unprecedented levels, and now provides about 30% of our calories. Which would seem to explain why nearly all Americans have cardiovascular disease. Carnivores and genuine omnivores can eat all the animal fat and cholesterol they want without requiring bypass surgery. Not so true for humans... No matter what advancements we make in nutritional science, we will always have people who remain in the stone age.
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