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Paleo Diet And Bison Meat

The Paleo diet is based on the principle of eating a nutritious diet that resembles what people in the Paleolithic era ate. The logic is that by getting rid of dairy products, processed foods, and refined sugars, one can improve their health significantly. The diet is focused on reducing carbohydrate consumption while raising the intake of minerals, proteins, antioxidants, and Omega 3's.

This diet is designed around the idea that people aren't meant to digest the foods commonly consumed in the modern era. Instead, one should eat the foods that were around during the evolution of Homo Sapiens. Due to the evolutionary changes in genetic makeup, people need to define acceptable foods.


Evidence of these adaptations is evident in various cuisines around the world. For instance, people in Far Eastern cultures eat foods that include lots of fish, rice, plants, and meat. Dairy products and bread are rare in such areas. This is because people in these areas are mostly lactose intolerant, while people in other parts of the world have evolved to tolerate dairy. 

The cultivation of grains can be traced back to around 10 millennia ago. This means that the evolutionary change to enable people to eat grains is still ongoing. The Paleolithic era is thus pre-agriculture. Grain consumption is therefore not on the Paleo diet. The diet is believed to eliminate modern lifestyle-related diseases such as cardiovascular illnesses, obesity, and type 2 diabetes.

The diet also avoids foods that could cause systematic inflammation which wrecks the gut and derails the body's natural metabolic process. One should abstain from gluten-containing grains, sugar, and legumes. Lab-produced foods normally found in the middle aisles of grocery stores should also be avoided.

Chemists, physicians, and nutritionists are starting to warm up to the idea of ancestral nutrition due to its benefits. People who adopt a Paleo diet report significant improvements in their energy levels, body composition, and general health. More importantly, there's evidence to suggest that such people are reducing their susceptibility to disorders associated with conventional diets.

Bison meat is suitable for those who adopt a Paleo diet or other similar diets like the Primal Blueprint. This is because Bison are grass-fed, free-roaming, and devoid of hormones and antibiotics. Buffalo (Bison) meat is also lean and has a higher protein content than beef. Bison Meat is extremely high in protein, low in fat, and has no carbohydrates. It is full of Omega 3's and 6's, so Bison meat offers Paleo dieters a perfect option. If one is looking for ideal natural proteins to support their Paleo diet, then they would be better suited to eating bison meat.

Here at our NH farm all of our Buffalo are all natural with no hormones or antibiotics and is a great place to start or supplement your Paleo and Primal Blueprint Bison meat needs. 

Paleo Wine

For wine drinkers out there there is no better paleo choice than Dry Farm Wines. The Only Health-Focused, Organic Wine Club in the World. Head over to Dry Farm Wines for some amazing wine. Dry Farm Wines curates only the highest quality natural wines from small, organic family farms that meet their strict standard of health.

Unlike today's commercialized and processed wines, this is real wine. Nothing was added, nor removed. Finally, Enjoy The Night Without Sacrificing The Morning - Because life's beautiful nights shouldn't steal from tomorrow's productivity and happiness. With Dry Farm Wines, you can enjoy the richness of the evening without headaches, hangovers, or poor sleep.

Sugar-Free (<1g/L), Keto-Friendly, Paleo-Friendly, Gluten-free, Low Carb-Friendly, Low Sulfites (<75ppm), No Additives, Mycotoxin/Mold-Free, Organic or Biodynamic, Hand harvested, Low Alcohol (< 12.5%) and Mouthwateringly Delicious!