Free List of Meats & Fish To Eat on The Paleo Diet
What should you eat on the Paleo diet?
All diets and all ways of living involve one key concept - BALANCE!!!
Use your head and listen to your body to stay healthy or regain health. Your body is constantly communicating with you if you will only listen. When you begin the Paleo remember it's not an all or nothing situation. Nothing wrong with edging into it and also nothing wrong with straying off it occassionally. Don't be rigid in your acceptance or rejection of the Paleo, or more correctly, Caveman diet. Modify your eating habits and move at a comfortable pace that fits what you body is telling you. This should be fun and you should enjoy the shopping for foods, the new recipes and cooking techniques and find yourself enjoying becoming healthier.
In most American diets the key healthy benefits are derived not from what you eat, but what you learn not to eat. Eliminating bad foods, such as sugars, will work wonders for your health.
Starting with meats, eat as much as you want for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Cook the meats simply without too much added fat – broiling, baking, roasting, sautéing or browning, then pouring off excess liquid fat, or stir frying over high heat with a little oil (No deep fat frying except when it's "got to have it!!") :)
Lean Beef (trimmed of visible fat)
Top Sirloin Steak
Extra lean hamburger (7% fat or less)
Any other lean cut
Lean Pork (trimmed of visible fat):
Any other lean cut
Lean poultry (white meat, skin removed):
Chicken breast Turkey breast
Game hen breasts
Eggs (limit to 6 per week)
Chicken (enriched omega 3 variety) Duck
Rabbit meat (any cut)
Goat meat (any cut
Beef, lamb, pork, chicken livers
Beef, pork and lamb tongues
Beef, lamb and pork marrow
Beef, lamb and pork “sweetbreads”
Bison (buffalo) Quail
Cervena & Whitetail deer
Bluefish Red snapper
Grouper Striped bass
Any other commercially available fish, preferably local origin.
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