As my cuisine has become more and more focused on addressing special diets and autoimmune issues with my clients deliciously lately, I have been deepening my research into what is commonly known as The Paleo Diet. Relatively new in the culinary & dietary world (initially introduced in 2010), I pretty intensely balked against this particular way of eating because 1) I love legumes and they’re not allowed, and 2) I just couldn’t believe any caveman ate that much coconut or almond meal. That being said, a recent article gave me a little more insight and has made me feel a lot more comfortable embracing this way of cooking as a tool for nutritional healing. (… and FYI – beans CAN be IN, baby!)
Why? It’s good old-fashioned home-cooking, with organic whole ingredients, lots of fruits and vegetables, responsibly and humanely raised animal products, crazy chemicals and pesticides not invited.
If you’ve been at all curious, or are looking for a “new” (but really old!) way to embrace your most healthy body through clean eating, give this article a read!