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The Paleo diet is based on the nutritional needs of our bodies. An assimilation of the diet eaten by the pre- agriculture, Hunter/Gatherers. It includes all foods that can be grown, caught or collected. What better diet to eat than the natural one?

Fresh, organic and free-range foods have the highest nutritional value, taste sublime and are simple to prepare. Make a single serving or make enough to feed the whole family. They are easy to adapt to any need or taste.

- Habanero Chicken
- Pesto Fillets
- Turkey sausage Casserole
- Walnut Banana Bread
- Best Fried Beef
- Almond Buckwheat Muffins
- Cranny Scones
- Breakfast Cereal
- Tasty Lamb Meatballs
- Beef and Bacon Mini Meatloaf

Paleo is tasty, nutritious and so easy to make. Give your body a treat and feed it Paleo today!

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