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The farm-to-table philosophy has been credited with serious allergy relief—without having to sacrifice avocado toast.
This might just change what you're having for dinner.
Many people switch to the wholesome eating plan to feel better—but for some, it just causes digestive distress.
From brunch staples to spaghetti and meatballs, NYC's Springbone Kitchen gets seriously inventive with the it-ingredient.
Americans will eat more of the red meat this year than last—the first uptick in a decade.
What you'll find in the fridge of a guy who describes himself as a veggie-loving Metro-Paleo. (Yes, there's beer.)
And, yes, there will be pancakes.
For the first time, at-home sipping with no defrosting and no Keurig needed.
Been missing your Chinese and Mexican takeout faves? The new cookbook Paleo Planet is about to make it all better.
Because you shouldn't need a degree in nutrition or law to go grocery shopping.
Why we all might all be drinking butter with our coffee soon.
Paleo goddess and cookbook author Melissa Joulwan runs a heart-rate test for how hard to work out and gives two breakfasts the green light.
Fred Flintstone-sized drumsticks are not actually the staple of a Paleo diet. These dishes prove it.
Give the diet a test-run by making a few of these (delicious) substitutions in your next meal.
And more importantly...is it too slimy to drink? Introducing Bulletproof Coffee creator Dave Asprey's newest product: FATwater.
The Paleo scene's getting more interesting (and tasty) with healthy, new cookbooks shaking up what it means to eat like a caveman—or woman.
The Paleo power couple behind the popular Whole30 nutrition program share their jet-setting tips, like why you should eat baby food at the airport.
As the snack du jour of the Paleo Diet, cured meat may just be the new kale chip.
It's filled with organic ingredients (unlike Hellmann's), and your taste buds will never know the difference.
A need-to-know guide to the top 11 healthy diets, from Atkins and Paleo to Vegan, evaluated by renowned nutritionist Keri Glassman.
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