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  • Paleo Pioneer

    Archevore - Archevore Diet - This is about a year old blog post, but has GREAT list of priorities for how to eat healthy.

  • Ami

    The Archevore Diet - A pastoral whole foods diet that can improve your health by more closely emulating the evolutionary metabolic milieu (EM2) and avoiding the hazards of industrial foodways.

  • Susan

    Archevore blogger / Psychology Today writer provides a framework for getting started on a paleo/primal diet (or a pastoral whole-foods lifestyle as he refers to it) outlined in 12 progressive steps.

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The #Paleo Diet Explained

Precisely what I recommend - modified Paleo that includes plenty of salt and saturated fat

I LOVE this cookbook! And her blog is pretty rockin' too!

#paleoplan This is actually a really good plan. The human body has not adapted to it's current lifestyle, so eating like a Paleolithic human is the best diet we could feed ourselves.

  • Kayleigh

    The Paleolithic Era was very, very long, and as such one which saw various nutritional landscapes. Paranthropus boisei ate starchy tubers. It has still yet to be shown that the Paleolithic humans had adapted to their diets, and even so, that was about 10,000 years ago; before the Paleolithic Era we were adapted to a different diet aswell. Adaptation is kind of the epitome of evolution.

  • Kayleigh

    Also, it's just plain silly to say "no sugar" basically straight after fruit as a diet plan. Yes, processed sugar isn't great for our bodies, but no, no sugar is no good either, and not quite the right thing to say. Everything is bad without moderation yo

  • Amber Albrektsen

    That's what I'm talking about with the sugar thing. Fruits, yes! Eat fruits for sure! The sugar in them is natural, fruit sugar and not just straight-up sugar. It's not like you're eating a sugar dessert or something. So yeah, fruits are fine. But regular, plain sugar, cut it out as much as possible.

  • Kayleigh

    Haha imagine trying to cut out fructose! Crazy times. For sure(:

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