Paleolithic diet

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Paleolithic diet

A diet that mimics the food choices of modern hunter-gatherer societies or primitive human cultures. It includes nuts, fruits, vegetables, wild game, and fish and typically derives about 21% of its calories from fat. See: evolution diet.
See also: diet
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While many may argue that if we want to 'eat natural' we should revert to the caveman diet, the reality is that the 'caveman' way of life has no place in 2019.
As a meat lover, I went for paleo, a 'caveman diet' made with foods that only existed during the prehistoric times; including animal proteins, vegetables, nuts and fruit.
The terms caveman diet and stone-age diet are also used to refer to this way of eating because it is a diet based on the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans.
You can choose a Paleo or Caveman diet, a low calorie diet or a vegetarian selection.
Sometimes referred to as the caveman diet, paleo plans require people to eat food that can be fished, hunted and gathered, meaning no cereal grains and no processed foods.
Some people call the Paleo diet the "caveman diet" because it focuses on the foods our ancestors would have eaten.
Ahead of the first night of Take That's tour last year, the boys revealed that they had gone on the caveman diet and banned any backstage booze.
The Paleo diet is based on the diets of hunter-gatherer people who lived more than 10,000 years ago during the Paleolithic Period; it is sometimes referred to as the "caveman diet." Proponents say that the Paleo diet is best suited for our bodies, and that it can help with weight loss, increase strength and energy levels, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases, including heart disease and diabetes.
Also called the Caveman diet and The Stone Age diet, this is something between the next big thing, fad diet, and the future of healthy eating.
He now plans to follow the Caveman Diet, which puts an emphasis on natural foods in small portions and avoiding diary and refined sugars.