Paleolithic Diet Food List Super Paleo Food List And Recipe Combo For Your Gastronomic Pleasure!

Published: 14th April 2010
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When it came to finding precise Paleolithic diet food list and recipes, part of me felt like giving up! This happened months ago when I was first introduced to the world of Paleolithic nutrition diet. See, there was so much contradicting information on what can or cannot be eaten by a Palo diet follower.  Alright look, we don't have to be so neurotic about it. We do have the choice of adding non-Paleo friendly ingredients in our daily meals. Really, it all depends on your level of strictness.   And besides, there are plenty of seasoning alternatives to juice up the taste of your daily Paleo meals. For example, many folks like to add salt in their dishes (me too!). Now, in the caveman diet list, salt is a no-no item.

So what can you do?
Well, I just use vegetables organic kelp granules or add more sautéed onion, garlic and shallot combo to juice up the taste of my Paleo foods.  Listen, I learned A LOT of about Paleolithic diet food list along with tons of tasty recipes from several downloadable cookbooks. I'll tell you where to get those cookbooks in a short while, but I'm in a sharing mood right now so check out the following food list and recipe first.

Basic Food List
Fruits and Vegetables - Asparagus, avocado, apricot, bananas, capsicum, cabbage, garlic, ginger, leek and lychee are all Paleo approved. Meanwhile, peas, green beans, sweet potato, and chestnuts are not Paleo friendly.

Meats and seafood - Bison, cow, buffalo, duck, poultry venison and veal are alright. Bacon and ham on the other hand, aren't 100% Paleo approved.

Other foods to be avoided by strict Paleo followers - Maple syrup, coffee beans arrowroot and gelatin.

Now, here's one of my favorite Paleo diet recipes!

Paleo Turkey Meatloaf



Ingredients:


1 lbs ground turkey, 1 teaspoon kelp granules, 1 onion, 1 egg, ½ cup ground nuts combo ( I combined crush walnuts and almonds), 5 cloves garlic, some black pepper.

Directions:


Combine ingredients well. Next, grease a loaf pan with some olive oil and put the mixed ingredients on the pan. Bake for approximately 70 - 75 minutes.

Now, SATISFY your gastronomic urge with this yummy turkey meat loaf made with ingredients that are in accordance with the Paleolithic diet food list.

Oh yes! About those Paleo recipe cookbooks I mentioned earlier. You can download them by following this link: http://www.paleorecipecookbooks.info/


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