Paleo Food List

Need ideas for what to eat with your new Paleo Lifestyle?

For awhile you may feel like you’re just cutting out your favorite foods. The reality is that you’re cutting out poisons that may be killing you. Take a peek at this list for a better idea of foods that are Paleo friendly vs. non.

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ALLOWABLE FOODS LIST

 

Meats

Flank Steak

Hamburger

Chuck Steak

Sirloin

Lean beef

London broil

Chuck Steak

Lean veal

Pork loin

Pork chops

Turkey

Chicken

Kangaroo

Alligator

Ostrich

Bison

Game hen

Chicken eggs

Duck eggs

Goose eggs

Rabbit

Goat

Venison

Emu

Organ meats

Caribou

Emu

Quail

Rattlesnake

Reindeer

Squab

Turtle

Wild boar

Fish/Shellfish/Seafood

Abalone

Bass

Bluefish

Clams

Crab

Crayfish

Cod

Drum

Eel

Flatfish

Grouper

Haddock

Halibut

Herring

Lobster

Mackerel

Monkfish

Mullet

Mussels

Northern pike

Orange roughy

Oysters

Perch

Red snapper

Rockfish

Salmon

Scallops

Scrod

Shark

Shrimp

Striped bass

Sunfish

Tilapia

Trout

Tuna Turbot

Walleye

All other fish

Fruit (weight loss)

Blackberries

Blueberries

Boysenberries

Cherries

Cranberries

Grapes

Gooseberries

Lemon

Lime

Pomegranate

Raspberries

Rhubarb

Strawberries

Fruit (general)

Apple

Apricot

Avocado

Banana

Cantaloupe

Carambola

Cassave melon

Cherimoya

Figs

Grapefruit

Guava

Honeydew melon

Kiwi

Lychee

Mango

Nectarine

Orange

Papaya

Passion fruit

Peaches

Pears

Persimmon

Pineapple

Plums

Star fruit

Tangerine

Watermelon

All other fruits

Vegetables (Non-starchy)

Artichoke

Asaparagus

Beet greens

Beets

Bell peppers

Broccoli

Brussels sprouts

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Collards

Cucumber

Dandelion

Eggplant*

Endive

Green onions

Kale

Kohlrabi

Lettuce

Mushrooms

Mustard greens

Onions

Parsley

Parsnip

Peppers (all kinds)

Pumpkin

Purslane

Radish

Rainbow Chard

Rutabaga

Seaweed

Spinach

Squash (all kinds)

Sweet Potatoes

Swiss chard

Tomatillos

Tomato *

Turnip greens

Turnips

Watercress

Nuts and Seeds (Raw or home-roasted)

Almonds

Brazil nuts

Cashews

Chestnuts

Hazelnuts

Pecans

Pepitas

Pine nuts

Pistachios

Pumpkin seeds

Sesame seeds

Sunflower seeds

Walnuts

Fats/Oils

Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil

Beverages

Water

Mineral Water

Full-Leaf Teas

Beverages (in moderation)

Wine (Spanish, red)

Coffee

Sweeteners (NOT for weight loss clients)

Dried Fruit

Raw Honey

Grade B maple syrup

Stevia

Not Allowable Food Items

 

Dairy

Butter

Cheese

Cream

Cream Cheese

Dairy spreads

Frozen Yogurt

Ice cream

Ice milk

Milk

Nonfat dairy creamer

Powdered milk

Yogurt

Grains

Barley

Bread

Corn

Millet

Oats

Rice

Rice noodles

Rice, Brown

Rice cakes

Rice flour

Rye

Sorghum

Wheat

Wild Rice

Grain-Like seeds

Amaranth

Buckwheat

Quinoa

Legumes

Adzuki beans

Black beans

Black-eyes peas

Broad beans

Chickpeas

Fava beans

Field beans

Garbanzo beans

Horse beans

Kidney beans

Lima beans

Lentils

Miso

Mung beans

Navy beans

Peas

Peanut butter

Peanuts

Pinto beans

Red beans

String beans

Snow peas

Sugar snap teas

Starchy Vegetables

Starchy tubers (potatos)

Cassave root

Manioc

Potatoes and Potato products

Tapioca pudding

Yams

Soft Drinks and fruit juices

All sugary soft drinks

Canned, bottled

Processed Foods

Some sausages

Deli meats

Almond Milk

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