Order cut-off times: Friday 9am for Sunday delivery & Tuesday 9am for Wednesday delivery. CHEFS CHOICE ROTATING MENU
Meals Being Delivered From November 27th Until November 30th
Thai Pumpkin Curry Chicken with Garlic Sesame Cauliflower and Mushrooms
Jerk Chicken with Spaghetti Squash and Broccoli
Carne Chorizada with Coconut Pineapple CauliRice and Cilantro Lime Carrots
Shredded Beef Philly Bowl with Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Onions, Peppers and Green Beans
Pulled Pork Afelia with Ginger Zucchini and Asparagus
Meals Being Delivered From December 4th Until December 7th
Creamy Mushroom Chicken with Garlic Kale and Squash Medley
Kung Pao Grilled Chicken with Sesame Mushrooms and Broccoli
Chipotle Meatloaf with Roasted Sweet Potato and Herb Cauliflower
Tuscan Braised Beef with Black Olive CauliRice and Vegetables
Turkey Chili with Spaghetti Squash and Green Beans
The paleo diet, sometimes referred to as “the caveman diet,” is based on the principle that eating foods that were available to early humans will promote optimal health.
One of the fundamental theories behind the paleo diet is that modern food systems, production and processing techniques are damaging to human health.
Thus, if you adjust your eating style to mimic that of Paleolithic hunter-gatherers, you will better support your body’s natural biological function, improving digestion and health.
Paleo eliminates grains, legumes, soy, processed sugar and most sources of dairy.
The main foods permitted on the paleo diet include:
- Meat and fish
- Nuts and seeds
- Vegetables — except corn, which is a grain
- Selected fats and oils, such as coconut oil, olive oil, avocado oil, lard, tallow
- Minimally processed sweeteners, including raw honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, raw stevia
The paleo diet is an eating plan that emphasizes whole foods and eliminates grains, legumes and most processed foods in order to improve health. The diet also has a lifestyle component that focuses on wellness practices and exercise.