Israelis join caveman diet craze with world's first paleo market

Israelis join caveman diet craze with world's first paleo market
The paleo trend is catching on quickly here, he says, because Israelis are particularly inclined to look to friends and family for recommendations regarding many aspects of their lifestyles – including dietary choices. “People feel good about it, so …
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Pulse Nigeria Poll: Could you adopt the Paleo diet?
There is a new eating plan called the Paleo diet that is becoming very popular. It is a quite tough but the rewards are awesome. paleo-for-pcos. Read: The Paleo diet,the best way to lose weight. Yesterday, Pulse Nigeria asked Nigerians if they could …
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Whole Foods Market to Sell Paleo Passion Pops in Select Retail Stores

Whole Foods Market to Sell Paleo Passion Pops in Select Retail Stores
Paleo Passion Foods announces that its Paleo Passion Pops will be sold in Whole Foods retail locations throughout the Northeast. The pops are available first in the Greenwich, CT store, and more Whole Foods retailers throughout the Northeast will …
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Paleo to go: Anchorage startup makes pre-packaged trail food healthy
As an evolutionary sports nutritionist and certified psychology of eating coach, she advocates for what is called a paleo diet. This means no grains, dairy or processed foods, and instead eating nutrient-dense grass-fed meats, fish, good fats like …
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Learn Healthy Meal Planning Tips During This Nutritional Workshop On Saturday
On Saturday beginning at 10 a.m., join Paleo holistic health and nutrition counselor Allison Nichols for an informative seminar that will focus on food, recipes, and all things wellness. The event is called 'Creating Your Own Food Routine to Fuel Your …
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Is the Paleo Diet a good option?
A: According to the Paleo Diet, modern humans would be better off eating like we did back in the caveman days. We should eat meat (lots of meat), vegetables, and fruit; have daily, intense physical activity, and avoid any food that requires agriculture …
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