Readers Paleo Recipes, Invitation to submit your Paleo Recipe and Gluten Free Recipe Favorites, What is your Top Paleo Recipe that your family loves to eat ? Do you have a dinner party pale recipe that never fails ? Share here
Do you have a Kitchen Paleo Plan with your most loved Paleo Recipes ? We are after you well loved Paleo Breakfast Recipes, Paleo Friendly Snack Recipes , something for a Dinner Party treat, kid friendly paleo treats and everything a paleo foodie could experiment with when following a healthy living food style. Have you found some magic ingredients that make your weekly paleo plan easier on your budget ? The Paleo food community benefits from all your trials and food experiments ..we are grateful if you care to share
What is your family's favourite Paleo Recipe ? Have you got any paleo friendly ingredients that worked well for you ? Share your Paleo Recipes and cooking tips here
To successfully upload your recipe photos please make sure they are of a small sizes with no more than 100 MB each ..but you can upload up to 4 for each recipe. If you have several homemade recipes to share simply use one form for each recipe so that we can keep them well organised into our different Paleo Food Categories .
Even if your family is not completely eating only paleo food but maybe mixes it up with other nutritious food that feels beneficial to you you are still welcome to share those paleo recipes that you do use. We have all started somewhere and each families or individuals food lifestyle is unique. From nut free recipes to vegetarian recipes, to gluten free recipes and kid friendly recipes .. please make sure though you understand what paleo food is all about ... a sweetener loaded wheat cake has not really got a place here in our food section :-) . We understand that there is a wide interpretation of exactly what are paleo foods and what is and is not allowed on a paleo diet ..if in doubt submit your paleo recipe and we will be sure to take a look at it .
As Paleo is a gluten free diet all of our recipes are suitable for celiacs (coeliacs). With a family history of nut allergies all of our recipes are nut free too.
We are very fortunate to be able to access incredible food with ease - no going out with the tribe armed with spears and bows and arrows for us, we can drive to the supermarket or the local farmers market and the hard work has been done for us. But as a result, often these days children (and many adults) have no idea where their food originated from, other than the supermarket.
Many of us have become disconnected from the thing that fuels us, although there is definitely a shift back towards home grown and local food, which can only be a good thing in our quest for a healthy lifestyle for us and ours.
If we look at how our ancestors lived, we might think that our lives have evolved beyond any kind of recognition, but ultimately we need the same things our ancestors did:
Our modern lifestyle has us becoming increasingly disconnected from the way our ancestors lived, and whilst in many ways our lives have improved, this disconnection is showing up in increasing health problems from obesity to type 2 diabetes. Many people are exploring a gluten free diet as a path to health and longevity, which is proving useful for lots of people, but a paleo diet takes it leaps and bounds further and could be said to be the ultimate healthy lifestyle as it encompasses so much more than food.It takes the best of our modern conveniences and mixes it up with the basic human needs that haven't changed over millennia.
Of course such a radical dietary shift isn't easy to begin with, and this is where paleo recipes and gluten free recipes become key tools for success.