This means foods you can hunt, gather, and forage, without a lot of processed foods, preservatives, and very little, if any, dairy.
There are some guidelines to follow, but many people also make up their own rules along the way.
While this is a good diet to start any time of the year, here are some reasons spring can be a great time to give it a try. Continue reading
Produce can get expensive, so it is best that you get the seasonal produce. Plus, this lets you try new recipes every few months.
Here are some fruits and vegetables that are in season during the spring:
In the spring, rhubarb is in season, and this continues through summer. This is a tart vegetable that is often used to combine with strawberries for pies and various other desserts. Continue reading
One thing you will learn about being on the Paleo diet is that you will be cooking a lot more. This involves using herbs and spices to season your food, preferably fresh herbs while on this particular diet.
Here are some herbs you can grow in your garden during the spring season:
The first herb you can grow in the spring and use for your Paleo dishes is parsley. This is really good when you want to make dishes with rich flavors, similar to Italian and Mediterranean dishes. Continue reading
When holidays roll around while on a new diet, it can be a little complicated. However, there are a lot of amazing recipes you can use when it is Cinco de Mayo. While you might not want to have those nachos and margarita, you can still celebrate this holiday with the following tasty dishes.
Chicken or Steak Fajitas
The great thing about Paleo is that you can make just a few adjustments and still enjoy many of your favorite meals. One of the more popular Mexican food options is fajitas, whether you choose chicken, steak, or even veggie fajitas. These typically involve your main protein source, plus grilled veggies like bell peppers and onions. Continue reading