Posted:5 months ago
The Paleo diet basically involves cutting out additives and processed foods from your diet, along with a few other things like potatoes and dairy.
The Paleo diet is great because it is based on foods that were available to our ancestors, who were healthier before processed foods and sugars became commonplace. Unlike most fad diets, the Paleo diet is more sustainable and healthier over the long term.
You can still eat meat on a Paleo diet, but it should be grass-fed and not contain hormones and antibiotics. Luckily, Tango's Meats is a great source of clean and healthy grass-fed meats that are Paleo approved!
This crockpot pulled pork recipe by Paleohacks is great because you can prep it in the morning and let it cook while you are at work! This recipe works best with a pork shoulder or pork loin and can be served with a side, on its own, or with paleo biscuits.
This recipe is super simple to prep in just 5 minutes and cooks for 8 hours for best results.
Since the Paleo diet doesn’t support dinner at a Chinese restaurant, this Paleo Chinese Chicken and Broccoli recipe is a great Food Network alternative. This healthy recipe is flavored with a few things, including garlic and minced ginger.
This easy recipe makes 4 servings, preps in 20 minutes and is finished in 40 minutes.
This recipe calls for a grass-fed beef chuck shoulder roast and serves 2 people with a small amount of prep and 2 hours to roast to perfection.
The recipe, featured on Primal Palate, also calls for carrots, onion, water, half of a juiced grapefruit, and 1 cup of chopped fresh dill.
Cotter Crunch has a great gluten-free, Paleo recipe for Sweet and Spicy Sriracha Paleo Meatballs that you are going to love. The sweet and spicy sriracha sauce is made using a combination of onion, tomatoes, ketchup, sriracha, pineapple, apple cider vinegar, ground ginger, red pepper flakes, maple syrup or honey, garlic, salt, and pepper.
This spicy recipe is ready in 30 minutes and the meatballs can be prepped ahead of time in just 10 minutes.
The ladies at Autoimmune Wellness shared this recipe that is healthy and Paleo, using grass-fed beef liver and uncured bacon. Other ingredients included in this pate are onion, garlic, thyme, rosemary, coconut oil, sea salt, and fresh carrot and/or cucumber.
This healthy Paleo recipe takes 20 minutes to prep and 40 minutes to cook.