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How To Eat Like A Caveman?

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You may wonder why you should even bother to eat like a caveman but in fact, it is the name of a popular diet. It is known as the caveman diet.

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The principles of this diet are almost similar to the way cavemen in ancient times ate food. Maybe the diet originated from the thought that cavemen seldom suffered most of the ailments that we suffer.

Also, cavemen tend to be stronger than the average human being today and therefore, their diet and lifestyle is again being scanned by today's diet gurus.

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The main focus of this diet is to eat real foods and avoid processed foods and packaged foods. Now, let us discuss what to eat and what to avoid if you wish to stay strong and healthy like a caveman.


Eat These

Cavemen survived on meat, eggs, fruits, vegetables and nuts. As simple as it sounds- eat all real foods, raw foods and minimise cooking.


Don't Eat These

Avoid dairy products, grains and sugary substances. Imagine that you are a caveman. A caveman never walks into a candy store or a coffee shop, right?



Cavemen predominantly lived on meat. Chicken, eggs, goat, lamb, fish and other types of seafood should be your staple foods. Find simple ways to cook your meat.



When it comes to vegetables, choose carrots, kale, broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage, onions etc.


Avoid Unhealthy Carbs

Avoid bread, rice pasta and all other processed foods. Unhealthy carbohydrates are the main reason for obesity. You can get your carbs from fruits and vegetables.



Strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, watermelon, avocado, apples etc are some choices of fruits you can eat regularly.



Nuts like walnuts, almonds, Brazil nuts offer lots of nutrients and energy too. Don't forget to include coconut in the list.
Simply ensure that you eat whole real foods and reduce all other types of foods that contain artificial ingredients and sugar.

Story first published: Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 12:55 [IST]
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