What is the Stone Age Diet?
The Stone Age Diet, also known as the Caveman Diet, consists of foods that can be hunted and fished, such as meat and seafood, and can be gathered, such as eggs, insects, fruit, nuts, seeds, vegetables, mushrooms, herbs and spices. Food groups that were not consumed by humans before the agricultural revolution are excluded from the diet, mainly grains, legumes such as beans and peanuts, dairy products, salt, refined sugar and processed oils.
How can the Stone Age Diet help me?
This website (and the Stone Age Diet) is devoted to helping you (and me) achieve a better life by relearning the ways of our early ancestors to be as healthy as they were. Together we will:
- Get to and maintain a healthy weight.
- Give you energy – no need for 4 cups of coffee!.
- Increase mental acuity.
- Accomplish your dieting goals
The Caveman diet doesn’t require hours on end at the gym or complicated food dictionaries to add up daily calorie intake. It’s as simple as eat what a Stone Age era neanderthal would eat. Anything you can gather and capture and cook. Avoid all processed foods including packaged breads, milk, sugar, etc.
Everything I talk about on this website has and is still working for me, and it’s actually a lot of fun. Feel free to try out any of the recipes I have in the recipes section. They are a few I have collected recently and have really made the diet a pleasant experience.