Without a doubt Paleo food is divine! In fact once you start cooking Paleo you will struggle to ever go back to an ordinary recipe again.
Paleo food is fresh, healthy and so incredibly easy to prepare. To start your own exciting Paleo journey check out some of our free recipes here.
Yum Paleo Recipes
We’re the Yum Paleo team and we want to help you start living a better life.
As it happens, a huge part of that has to do with good eating.
So we’re here to introduce you to the wonderful world of Paleo.Read more about Yum Paleo
What’s the deal with Paleo, anyway?
Maybe you’re completely new to the scene or you’ve gone Paleo for some time now….
Either way, you might have some questions about this whole Paleo thing.
Right off the bat, you should understand that Paleo is way more than just healthy eating.
What To Avoid
The main goal is to avoid any foods that are toxic to our bodies. In other words any foods that cause inflammation. To keep it simple here are some general rules of foods to avoid:
Cereal grainsWheat, brown rice, millet, rice, barley, oats, rye, triticale, sorghum, and corn
LegumesSoy Beans, Lentils, Peas, Peanuts, Chickpeas
Vegetable Seed OilsSunflower oil, Canola oil, and Sesame oil
Processed foodsBacon, Granola Bars, Instant Ramen, Dried Fruits, Frozen Dinners
Refined sugarCandy, Soda, Cereals, Ketchup, Cake
DairyCheese, milk, yoghurt that are high in casein and lactose
What To Love
Our list of all the foods we love is so long we can’t list them all here but quite simply it’s vegetables, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs and fruit. These foods are nutrient dense and our bodies love them!
Grass-fed meatsBeef, pork, lamb, veal, rabbit, goat, sheep, bison, wild boar
Fresh vegetablesAvocados, Spinach, Kale, Lettuce, Swiss Chard, Arugula
EggsChicken eggs, duck eggs, goose eggs, quail eggs
Fresh fruitsBananas, apples, oranges, berries, plantains, grapefruit, pears
Fish/seafoodSalmon, tuna, trout, bass, Crab, lobster, shrimp, scallops
NutsPistachios, sesame seeds, cashews, almonds, hazelnuts, macadamia