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How to Start the Paleo Diet

ChecklistBeginning a new lifestyle that revolves around diet can feel daunting and complicated.  Eating processed foods and food that is generally touted as healthy, such as whole grain rice and breads, may be second nature to you.  Transitioning to a paleo lifestyle, one that is founded on whole,

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Healthly Paleo Diet Snacks

FruitEating a variety of snacks throughout the day may be part of any paleo dieter’s routine, though snacking on a paleo diet is completely at the discretion of the dieter. Sometimes, you may simply find yourself feeling hungry unexpectedly or with a particular craving.

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What to Drink on the Paleo Diet

JugWhat to eat on a Paleolithic diet is made very clear by proponents of the diet: lean meat, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds with the exclusion of dairy, sugars, legumes, processed foods, and grains.  Little attention, however, is given to what you should drink on the paleo diet. 

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Paleo Diet on a Budget

Piggy BankSwitching from a diet that is founded on cheap, subsidized ingredients such as grains and other processed goods to a Paleolithic diet of whole, clean, organic foods may increase your food budget significantly and could be a deterrent for sticking with it. However, if you plan accordingly and take advantage of local resources in your area,

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Remaining Paleo while Traveling

Traveling Plane and GlobeAirports do not offer the best options for those following a Paleolithic diet of pastured meat, organic produce, nuts, and seeds.  Though you may find some foods that can be altered to fit into your paleo lifestyle, any meat you purchase will likely be factory farmed. 

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