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Quick and Easy Paleo Diet Recipes : Best 30 Paleo Recipes : The Paleo diet is based on foods that hunter / gatherer ate in the Paleolithic era. This is basic food, simple and healthy. If you can not catch it, grow it, or pick it up is not part of the Paleo diet. Includes, organic poultry meat, fish, seafood, seeds, nuts, vegetables, fruits and oils.

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