What it is: a "caveman" diet consisting only of foods that occur naturally
What you can eat: meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices
What you can drink: water, coconut water, organic green tea
What you will see: increased performance, weight loss, lowered blood pressure, lowered risk for heart disease
Some of the strongest, healthiest, and most athletic humans lived in a time before modern technology. From nutritionists to cross-fitters, since the 1970s, some health conscious present day humans have found themselves looking to the past (like 10,000 years in the past) for dietary inspiration.
The idea behind the paleolithic diet is simple. Sometimes called the caveman diet, the paleo diet is all about consuming foods that occur naturally, just as the cavemen did. That means nothing manufactured. Gluten free. No excess sugars, fats or sodium. Just fruits, vegetables, nuts and roots, as well as protein from meats, eggs and shellfish. Typically, dairy and grains can supplement the diet, especially if they are beneficial to workouts and strength training. And unlike raw food diets, cooking food is within bounds of the paleo diet.
Dinner Foods: pepper steak, beef pot roast, salmon with coconut cream sauce, roasted chicken
Snack Foods: trail mix, jerky and fruit, mixed nuts, deli meat and vegetables
The 6 Pack Bagmeal management system can accommodate every food and any meal based in the paleo diet. They didn't have restaurants 10,000 years ago. That means, if you're going paleo, you're going to make all your own meals. Keep them fresh and keep them close: keep them in a 6 Pack Bag and Travel Fit.