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Health Benefits of Avocado

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Avocado (also referred to as alligator pear) is one of the most versatile paleo fruits in the planet. It is used as a meat substitute in salads and vegetarian sandwiches. It is the main ingredient of the popular Mexican dip guacamole. It is used as filling for Americanized versions of sushi, such as California Rolls. There are avocado-based desserts, milkshakes ... Read More »

Antioxidant Rich Paleo Foods

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In today’s world the words “antioxidant” and “cancer” are often used concurrently; one being a good thing and the other being horribly bad. To determine the nature of their relationship, it is important to know that antioxidants are substances which can offer help in a scenario where cancer is involved. Antioxidants are nutrients that can salvage cells from deterioration caused ... Read More »

Paleo Diet Drinks: What to Drink on Paleo?

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Since this really is a frequently asked question I’ll write about the paleo drinks, paleo beverages and what to drink while on paleo diet in general. What should I drink on Paleo? If you are paleo of the strictest kind, then you dare not think outside the box spelled “w-a-t-e-r”, but for most of us that will simply lead to ... Read More »

Caveman Diet Recipes

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Human body is a very complex and interesting system where human body grows with the energy that we take through the food that we eat. It is good to know that humans are on Earth for a long period of time, more than 2 million years to be more precise, and changes that we had in our body were all ... Read More »

Medlars – The Forgotten Fruit

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A few weeks ago on our facebook page we published this photo and asked people if they know what is it. Since no one answered correctly we decided to write something about this forgotten fruit: The medlar tree resembles a pear tree, but the fruits are quite different. They look rather like large golden-brown rosehips, with a russetted skin and ... Read More »