“There’s a lot more to the Paleo diet than removing food toxins from your diet. That said, if everyone on a standard American diet stopped eating cereal grains, industrial seed oils, and excess sugar tomorrow, I’m willing to bet that the rates of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and just about every chronic inflammatory disease would plummet over the next decade.”
“Paleo,” “Primal,” “Caveman,” “Stone Age,” whatever. It doesn't matter what you call it, it’s about real food.
That is one our fundamental messages here at Wild Foods. We want to educate the world about the importance of real, unprocessed, minimally and responsibility processed real food.
Many diets focus on what you can and cannot eat. They also try to count calories and carbs and fat. But that’s the wrong way to go about eating.
The right way to go about eating is to focus on one thing: ask yourself is it real food?
Real food is as direct from the producer to your plate as possible.
It does not sit in a warehouse or have a long shelf-life.
It does not contain stabilizers, preservatives or other chemicals.
It goes bad because it’s real.
It is made in a way that is aligned with how it grows in nature, in the wild.
It is not genetically messed with anyway whatsoever.
It is real, wild and natural.
It is real food.