Paleo Resources

Paleo Resources:

The-Paleo-Diet

thePaleoSolution_QuickStart

thePaleoSolution_FoodMatrix

Paleoshopping-list

robbwolf.com (also the book The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf)

www.wallacefarms.com – local grass-fed beef, etc.

stevesoriginal.com – paleokits

Recipe websites & other good info (in no particular order):

2012 Dirty Dozen List: Foods to Buy Organic
1. apples
2. celery
3. sweet bell peppers
4. peaches
5. strawberries
6. nectarines (imported)
7. grapes
8. spinach
9. lettuce
10. cucumbers
11. blueberries (domestic)
12. potatoes

2012 Clean 15 List: Foods Okay to Buy Non-Organic
1. onions
2. sweet corn …Note: not paleo
3. pineapples
4. avocado
5. cabbage
6. sweet peas
7. asparagus
8. mangoes
9. eggplant
10. kiwi
11. cantaloupe (domestic)
12. sweet potatoes
13. grapefruit
14. watermelon
15. mushrooms

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21 Responses to Paleo Resources

  1. Jaime says:

    This is just a list of some good paleo and nutrition resources. A lot of these were mentioned on Tuesday in the “What is Paleo?” Discussion. Please feel free to share others in the comments, as I plan to leave the link up on our Resources page. And thanks again to Lance and everyone else for a great night of food talk 🙂

  2. taylor says:

    I see Sweet Corn on the list…so sweet corn is ok for Paleo but regular corn is not?

    Im completely uneducated on Paleo…20% of the time 😉

  3. JoAnn says:

    Another grass fed farm that operates similar to wallace farms is http://www.goodshepherdgrassfarms.com
    They also have eggs and I don’t think wallace farm carries eggs?

  4. Lance says:

    Sweet peas…not Paleo.

  5. Stephanie says:

    Someone mentioned that there was a place you can buy box vegetables?

  6. Annette says:

    Organic produce delivery to your home @ http://www.prudentproduce.net. Weekly or bi-weekly delivery to your home. Same organic products you’d find in the grocery store (she uses the same distributor) plus locally sourced items in season. She selects the “menu” the week before and you have a couple of days to request swaps. No long term commitment required.

    • Lauren says:

      Will she go to Wy? I’m going to have to go to SLC 1x per month but will be in trouble the rest of the time bc only grocery store around is Wal-mart & they are more in the Little Debbie bandwagon than organic 🙁

  7. Jordanne says:

    Just curious, does anyone have Robb Wolf’s new budget Paleo guide and is it good for newbies?

  8. taylor says:

    I made these Sweet potato bacon biscuits for Billy yesterday and he said they were the best thing Ive ever made (I cook with love)…I used an ice crem scoop instead of spoon so they may have been slightly bigger then desired…But, worth making!

  9. JoAnn says:

    Just tried pure wraps and they are great!
    Ordered them online- http://www.thepurewraps.com
    Ingredients: Coconut meat, Coconut water, Himalayan Salt
    Great for tacos, chicken salad, etc..

  10. Jacki says:

    Any suggestions for great Paleo-friendly restaurants in the Des Moines area, especially for someone doing Whole30?

    • taylor says:

      Did you get answers for this question? I believe CHipotle, Bang Bang or HuHot and a good steakhouse all have paleo options…

  11. Jordanne says:

    Just got off the horn with Whole Foods – they do have coconut aminos in stock; $6.99 for an 8oz bottle. I’m going to keep an eye out at the Asian stores to see if they have them at a better price point, but this isn’t bad at all.

  12. Jaime says:

    Here is a good 30 day paleo challenge resource called the Whole 30 Program
    http://whole9life.com/2012/08/the-whole30-program/

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