Newsflash: Paleo is confusing at first. There. Now that the cat’s out of the bag, we can talk straight.
I remember when I first went gluten-free a couple years ago it was a challenge to make sure that wheat, barley, rye and all the products derived from these grains, did not sneak into my food and drinks. I never would have thought a diet that eliminates all grains, soy, legumes, sugar and significantly limits dairy would have been possible—let alone desirable. But the more I learned, the more I knew it had to be done. It’s not difficult for me to manage now, but in the beginning I had to create an all-or-nothing plan that retrained my habits. I followed Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation and got to work in the kitchen. For me, the cooking challenge was the best part! However, I realize that not everyone sees it the same way. In fact, the opposite is most likely the case.
If you are interested to see what a Paleo eating plan can do for your health but are a little intimidated, don’t worry. It’s more common than you think. The 30 Day Guide to Paleo is something you can grab to help make the transition go smoother. Get familiar with the shopping lists, the repeated ingredients and the yummy recipes they provide. This plan was drafted by Bill & Hayley Staley of Make It Paleo, Gather and The Food Lovers Kitchen (Primal Palate). You’ll be in good hands!
Each week is broken down into meal plans and corresponding shopping lists.
Meals are designed to be fresh and approachable, helping you to become familiar with the Paleo lifestyle and navigate your new Paleo kitchen. At the end of the 30 days, you’ll be ready to move forward with planning your own meals and shopping with confidence.
Take advantage of 30 days of meal plans and shopping lists to make your life a little easier… and healthier. This is Paleo without the guess work!