New to the Paleo lifestyle and want to find out more. Here are some feature articles to help you find out more about it.
I'm not talking converting everyone in the world to Paleo (lovely as that would be) but how do we fight against the tide of poor dietary advice we've all grown up against? Some of the UK people who are 'in the know' give their thoughts here ...
Recently I delivered a talk at Ludlow Food Festival on the subject of Paleo Living. A great day, lots of interesting questions from the audience and one very happy me .... catch the video of my talk here.
There's a lot of terminology that surrounds some of the best 'diets' out there at the moment and it can be hard to know which to choose. Here I take a deeper look at the differences between Paleo and LCHF and provide a handy comparison table - is one better than the other?
I take a look here at options to find food products when following a Paleo lifestyle. The supermarket is the easy go-to option but there are other places to add to your list where you can - offline and online. I've done the hard work so you don't have to!
So when one healthy eating expert calls out a paleo expert for 'selling out', is it ok? Do we need to get along better? Or is it fair game ...
Laura Stonehouse, author of 'Our House for Tea', follows a low-FODMAP diet and has learnt over the years to ways to make a restricted diet not hold her back from going out and enjoying a meal. She shares here her top tips for eating out and keeping your friends at the same time ;-) Although low-FODMAP differs from Paleo, the themes and issues she comes up against when dining out are very common to anyone who follows a cleaner living approach to food.
This feature has been prompted from a comment on my latest recipe that includes bacon, that bacon couldn't be included in a ‘healthy' Paleo recipe, it's processed right and full of bad stuff?!