Diet Types: Paleo

This page is a complete collection of paleo and Bulletproof-friendly recipes. The paleo diet has many variations, but at its core supports eating clean, whole ingredients like animal proteins, natural saturated fats like coconut oil and ghee, fruits, vegetables, and nuts. The paleo diet also recommends against eating grains, legumes, vegetable oils and hydrogenated oils, added and refined sugars, and most dairy products like conventional milk, cheese, and yogurt. Though the diet is primal in nature, you do not have to eat exactly like a caveman to follow this diet — instead, these paleo recipes mimic the foods our ancestors ate in a way that supports weight loss, sustained energy, and stabilized blood sugar.

Bulletproof Paleo Recipes

The recipes you’ll find below are also Bulletproof in that they reduce fructose intake, incorporate low-toxin foods, mitigate mold exposure, and regulate starch intake to improve your performance and increase your energy and mental clarity. Make these recipes for every meal — including breakfast and dessert!

You can use the advanced search feature on the Recipe Homepage to find recipes by ingredient, meal type, and by diet.

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