First, the main idea is simply to omit foods that may cause issues and to continue to eat a wholesome, non-processed food diet. For example, all grass-fed and wild meats and fish and vegetables, nuts and fruits are allowed on the paleo diet. This means that it's a very nutritionally high lifestyle to follow.
You typically don't need to do a full switch to the paleo diet to see the benefits. Many people may settle for a regular paleo breakfast or evening meal for instance.
Once you understand the basics of the paleo diet, you will find that there are many interesting quality substitutes to many industrialised products that you may be used to.
Trying Paleo products can be rewarding
For instance low GI natural sweeteners like coconut sugar, maple and agave syrup offer you a whole range of new healthier alternatives. Also switching to healthier oil options like olive, macadamia and coconut oils are highly beneficial. And trying paleo condiments like bbq sauce, tomato sauce, different mustards and dressings that contain no gluten, dairy, chemicals, preservatives, flavourings or refined sugar and taste a whole lot better!
See a typical paleo food list.
Also you don't have to give up on your snacks or feel guilty when you have one: there are plenty of delicious healthy, guilt-free choices on the paleo diet.
There is a world of choice.
Last but not least, we will deliver reasonably price paleo food items to both the North and South islands with small courier costs ($3.20 up to 25kg in Auckland, now that is plenty to eat!).
Also if you would like extra information, meal plans and guidebooks on the paleo diet, please feel free to click our links below:
Ebook Paleo guides From Robb Wolf, one of the world's foremost experts on the Paleo Diet and author of the New York Times Bestseller 'The Paleo Solution': '30 Day Paleo Challenge', 'Budget Shopping/meal Planning', 'Dining Out Guide'.
The '30 Day Guide to Paleo' Ebook is a fool-proof meal plan & guidebook for anyone that wishes to give the Paleo Diet an honest try for 30 days (& beyond!) When someone says “try it for 30 days,” we actually show you how to do it. Nice, right?