New to the Paleo lifestyle and want to find out more. Here are some feature articles to help you find out more about it.
Paleo Pasta has arrived ... oh yes! Nomad Health is a UK start-up with an amazing array of paleo (and primal) pasta's using either grain-free or ancient grain ingredients. The big question is though, do they taste good?
Time to take a look at Fossil Fuel, producer of Paleo bars described as 'Primal Fuel for the modern Hunter-Gatherer' ... we've reviewed a lot here at Healthy Perpsective HQ, so do they measure up?
There's some new flours on the block ... they're Paleo ... they're from a sustainable source and they're high in protein ... cricket flour! We check out the one from Mohagy here.
The second book by foodie and Paleo advocate, Rebecca Field. A follow up to her first book, 'Introduction to Paleo' - but does it hit the spot?
Yes, I said Duck Crackling. Not Pork Crackling. Duck. Duck Crackling. Two of my favourite things combined. Gimme now (this was my reaction when I stumbled across Wilding's on Twitter a few months ago!). Does it deliver though as a snack for Paleo-aficionado's and beyond?
So you might have heard of the growing army of fans for insect flour based energy bars, maybe you've tried them ... but what about whole insects? Here we put whole roast insects to the test!
There's an ever-increasing number of energy bars on the market that now include this year's trendy ingredient - insect flour. Eat Grub are the new kids on the block and under the review knife ....
There's some new paleo bars on the block using a common intriguing ingredient ... insect flour - high in protein and sustainable, it's very now. But which one would you buy again, if at all?! Let's find out ..
How I *hate* it when I'm sent paleo treats to try, urgh .... only kidding, happy days! Recently I got to sample the fudge brownie from Designed2Eat, an online shop making and selling paleo & vegan snacks and cakes.
Ever tried the fermented drink, Kombucha, before? You may have heard about it in the press recently. It's lightly sparkling and tastes delicious. It's also full of probiotics, organic acids, enzymes, amino acids and anti-oxidants .... and it's really easy to brew your own. Melanie Millin from 'Love Kombucha' reveals all in her new book.
Well, well, well – you know a ‘trend' (Soapbox moment: Paleo is NOT a trend but the media would love you to think so) has got big enough when the big supermarkets start producing products specifically for it. Let's take a look at Aldi's take on a ‘Paleo Bar' and whether they can compete with the high-end Paleo-friendly bars that have been flooding the UK market over the last 2 years.
Artisan nut butters made with high quality organic & raw ingredients with no added sugar, salt, palm oil or other oils … sounds perfect. Do they taste as good as they sound though?