Print this out. Bookmark it. Send it to friends who don’t quite get the Primal thing. Consider this a valuable resource for all-things Primal.
It’s a nice, alphabetical encapsulation of what it means to lead a Primal lifestyle. It’s not everything, of course.
You can always dig deeper into the details, but this summary gives a high-level look at just about everything.
Without further ado, I present The A-to-Z Guide to Leading a Primal Lifestyle.
Fat is good for you. Decades of health experts and government officials telling us to eat less fat—especially arteryclogging guidesaturated fat—has given us sky high obesity rates. So instead of trimming fat off your steaks, buying non-fat dairy, eating margarine instead of butter, fearing nuts and avocados and olive oil, you’ll have much better luck (and better-tasting meals) embracing healthy, natural fats found in animals, fruits (like coconuts, avocados, and olives), and fish.