NYT Suggests That the Paleo Lifestyle May Be Here to Stay

“To the uninitiated, the much talked about Paleo diet — a nutritional regimen centered around pasture-raised meat, eggs, fresh fruit and vegetables, and nuts, in the spirit of our cave-dwelling forebears — may seem like another low-carb fad, the South Beach diet dressed up in a mammoth hide. But the time has passed when it could be written off as a fringe movement of shaggy-haired Luddites with an outsize taste for wild boar meatloaf.

Lately, Paleo has charged toward the mainstream, not only as a hugely popular diet (it was most-searched diet of 2013, according to the Google Trends Zeitgeist list), but also as a cave-man-inspired lifestyle that has spawned a fast-growing industry.”

Source: The Paleo Lifestyle: The Way, Way, Way Back – NYTimes.com

One response to “NYT Suggests That the Paleo Lifestyle May Be Here to Stay

  1. Hey, please to be not trashing my illustrious ancestors who were most certainly eating local according to the seasons, such as they could given the class oppression of the local gentry.