Raw Diet Recipes
Today's take on the Raw Diet
Paleolithic recipes are: grain-free, bean-free, potato-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free. Often referred to as a "raw diet" or the "Caveman diet". Ingredients used: Meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, nuts and berries.
The modern idea of the Paleo diet (also known as the Hunter/Gatherer or Caveman diet) has been around since the 1970's and is resurfacing with a vengeance.
A down-side of the Raw Diet: The Raw - or Paleo - diet discourages grain intake, yet scientists believe that wild grasses emerged 65 to 55 million years ago. Since early man probably ate nearly everything that crossed his path, seeds and grains were likely part of his diet (although not a large part due to seasonal availability). In addition, some cultures like the Europeans have had 400 to 500 generations to adapt to a grain based diet.
Humans are biologically adapted to raw fresh produce. Eating raw fresh produce as a staple rather than cooked food keeps your body vibrantly healthy at nearly any age.