When eating less meat, every single bite needs to hold its own.
Instead of a chicken breast, try a smaller Italian turkey sausage, sautéed until crisp over a spinach salad. Or cured pork with roasted vegetables and grains, pasta and salads. Bone broth in mushroom Bourguignon supplies a savory character without adding any actual meat.
The paleo diet is designed to resemble what human hunter-gatherer ancestors ate thousands of years ago. Although it's impossible to know exactly what human ancestors ate in different parts of the world, researchers believe their diets consisted of whole foods.
What is the paleo diet and does it work? Learn the possible pros and cons of the nutritional approach, what to eat and avoid, short- and long-term effects, what experts think of it, a sample menu, and paleo-friendly recipe ideas in this detailed guide.