paleo

eating habits, excluding grains, beans, legumes, and dairy, but  including vegetables, fruit, meat, fish, eggs, nuts, and seeds

Carob brownies

Carob adds a sweet taste to brownies vaguely similar to chocolate. Unlike chocolate, carob has no caffeine nor theobromine, but it does have calcium and other nutrients. If you are sensitive to chocolate, carob is a healthy substitute. I also add ginger and stevia for flavor.   Brownies – without sugar, dairy, and wheat

Omelet (or sauté)

Omelet (or sauté) This recipe includes mushrooms, onions, and either eggs, fish, chicken, liver, turkey, or beef, sautéed in coconut oil or butter, with spices added, such as fenugreek, cumin, coriander, cayenne, and garlic. Both the onions and the mushrooms grow in the ground, where they can easily absorb any contaminants in the soil, so …

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Steamed vegetables

Steamed vegetables Many vegetables you can eat raw, of course, especially leafy vegetables, such as spinach, chard, kale, carrots, and celery. Root vegetables or starchy vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, parsnips, and turnips, are much easier for many people to digest, if they are cooked, either boiled with soup, baked, stir-fried, or steamed. …

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Green smoothie

A green smoothie can be a starter or a full meal. You can make a green smoothie for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The green vegetables, such as spinach, chard, or kale, have chlorophyll, which is the “blood” of the plant. Magnesium, which is at the center of chlorophyll. makes the chlorophyll green in a similar …

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