The Paleo Diet
Dr. Loren Cordain’s popular book, The Paleo Diet, has been widely acclaimed in both the scientific and lay communities and was fully revised in 2010. His next book, The Paleo Diet for Athletes, published in October 2005, discusses how the Paleo Diet can be modified for the high performance endurance athlete and lead to improved health and performance. His next book, The Dietary Cure for Acne, is available in paperback and as an instant download ebook. The Paleo Diet Cookbook was published in 2010 and became an instant bestseller. His most recent book, The Paleo Answer, was released in December 2011, and represents a sequel to The Revised Paleo Diet. Dr. Loren Cordain is the recipient of the Scholarly Excellence award at Colorado State University for his contributions into understanding optimal human nutrition.
Food Stylist/Dr. Cordain's Favorite Meals:
Breakfast: Two poached free ranging eggs and whatever fresh fruit is in season (grapefruit, blue berries,strawberries, cantaloupe, melons, blackberries, peaches, cherries etc. I frequently replace the eggs with a bit of last night’s meat or fish.
Lunch: I frequently skip lunch altogether as I am not typically hungry in the middle of the day. If I do eat lunch, it may consist of a salad with just about any and all fresh veggies you can imagine (lettuce, tomatoes, purple onions, avocados, green onions, parsley, grated carrots, red cabbage, radishes, bell peppers etc). My favorite dressing is extra virgin olive oil with either lemon juice or red wine vinegar. Tossed into the salad are usually some meat or fish. Crab and shrimp are favorites, but so is thinly sliced beef, lamb or pork.
Dinner: The central feature of all dinners is fresh meat or fish (beef, lamb, pork, poultry, organ meats, game meats, fish, shellfish or seafood). We almost always have one or two steamed vegetable side dishes (see The Paleo Diet Cookbook for example recipes (www.thepaleodiet.com) and a big salad or fresh vegetable trays. Hors d'oeuvres might be fresh oysters, mussels or peel and eat shrimp. Dessert is almost always some kind of fresh fruit or mixture of fresh fruits (again see The Paleo Diet Cookbook for example recipes).
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