Posted by on September 10, 2013

A friend of mine asked me for some Paleo meal ideas

I have been on a paleolithic diet for a few years now. I have been interested in nutrition for about 10 years and have settled on this approach because I like the straight forward philosophy that underpins it which makes making decisions about good and bad food choices easy.

I am not strict Paleo. I do eat theĀ  cake , toast and even rice but it is not the mainstay of my diet. I minimize starch, sugar and avoid reduced sugar and reduced fat foods. Unlike the strict Paleo diet I do not try to minimize fat and use it where it will improve flavor.

I avoid the reduced fat and reduced sugar food because they are not good for your health. Reduced fat foods generally contain added sugar (to make up for the lack of fat). Reduced sugar foods generally contain artificial sweetners which are linked with increase in cancers bit also more importantly cause increased appetite and mess up your metabolism.

Favorite Condiments

  • Homemade Humous
  • Full fat egg mayonnaise (with no corn starch or added sugar)
  • Tabasco
  • mint source
  • salsa

My Favorite Breakfast Meal Ideas

1. Boiled Eggs and soldiers(no toast is definitely not Paleo but I do like it wit my eggs)

2. Omlette

  • Cheese and onion
  • Ham and cheese
  • Cheese and mushroom

with Green beans garlic and onion cooked in plum tomato

3. Fresh Fruit and nuts with 2 spoons of greek yoghourt

4. Poached eggs, mushrooms, spinach, sausage (or pork chops)

5. Weight gain elixir (I don’t eat this but this could be suitable for anyone wanting to gain wieght)

My Favorite Lunch meals

  • Chicken wrap
  • Burrito
  • Any curry or stir fry etc with no rice

Favorite evening meals

Protein Sides
salmon coleslaw
fried chicken breast broccoli with balsamic and almond
Chilli nothing
Steak Garden Salad French Dressing
Chicken Involtini Roasted vegetables & gravey
Chicken Soup crusty bread

Weight gain elixir

  • 2 scoops of protein powder
  • 2 tablespoons of peanut butter (or almond or brazil nut or coconut butter)
  • 1 banana
  • Full fat milk (depending on you tolerance to milk)


More recipes

Weight gain

Posted in: Health


  1. FoolishCop
    September 16, 2013

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    Since coming back from Vegas I have been on a fairly strict Paleo diet: no grains and dairy, but meat from any source (somehow in reading Robb Wolf’s book, I missed the part about lean meat sources, but I’ve been using the meal plan in his book so it might have been incorporated that way). I have to say it’s the best, easiest “diet” I’ve ever been on.

    In three weeks time I’ve lost around 25 lbs., feel better, my clothes are starting to fit better (or worse, as the case may be, but that’s a good thing), and I have more energy. All the things Wolf says you’ll get from living Paleo. The best part is I’ve never been hungry. Maybe the first night I wanted a snack late at night, but otherwise I haven’t had the cravings I’ve had on other diet plans.

    My goal is to drop 50 pounds, so I plan on maintaining this strict diet until I reach that before I start introducing certain foods back into my meals (milk being one of them, I do miss my tall glass of cold milk). But it’s otherwise been a great experience and look forward to changing it from a “diet” to a “lifestyle.”


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