Paleo Cookbooks from The Primal Palate

Chances are you’ve heard of the Paleo lifestyle/diet. It is no secret that it’s a growing trend, which many around us are embracing. The Paleo lifestyle means eating real food with an emphasis on humanely raised meat, organic vegetables, and good quality fats like organic coconut oil, fats from pasture-raised animals, and grass-fed butter/ghee. That means no grains! And in some cases, depending on which Paleo eater you are talking to, no dairy. The other focus of the Paleo diet is to incorporate organ meats and fermented foods like sauerkraut and kombucha (the latter are for the benefits of probiotics).

I’ve personally heard of many people who’ve been able to put their autoimmune disorders in remission after switching to a Paleo diet. The belief is that disease can start in the gut, so when you remove gut irritating foods like grains, legumes, and dairy, as well as soy and sugar, you can heal your gut and heal your body. I’ve always said if you feel better without eating gluten or grains or dairy (or another food group)…then by all means avoid it!

So today I am excited to introduce some great resources for those interested in trying out a Paleo lifestyle…three books from the bestselling authors and creators of The Food Lovers Kitchen, Bill Staley and Hayley Mason:

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About the Books and Authors

  • Make it Paleo
    Adapted from Chinese, French, Mexican and classic American meals, the over 200 mouthwatering recipes are each accompanied by vibrant photos and thoughtful notes to ensure you recreate each dish with ease. Beyond its wealth of recipes, Make it Paleo describes fundamental cooking techniques, includes tips for selecting the best ingredients, and chronicles a variety of menus for holidays and special occasions.
  • Gather, The Art of Paleo Entertaining
    The true art of paleo entertaining is creating a delicious and satisfying menu that will also promote good health. In Gather, The Art of Paleo Entertaining, Hayley and Bill show you how to orchestrate the perfect dinner party—whether you are planning an elegant holiday feast or hosting a casual brunch with friends.
  • The 30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking
    For your first 30 days of eating Paleo, this book includes a complete 30-day meal plan broken down week by week. In each week, they provide a detailed schedule of the meals to make, shopping lists that go along with the meal plan, and recommended reading to expand your knowledge of this lifestyle beyond the basics. The book includes 75 paleo recipes, with an additional 24 bonus recipes for quick and easy meals beyond the plan.

Hayley Mason and Bill Staley started their grain-free journey together in 2010 with their blog, Primal Palate. Since then, they have cooked their way to becoming two of the most popular Paleo foodies on the web.

Bill and Hayley

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  1. Peel the beets (the skin should slip off pretty easily).
    Hunting animals and gathering produce from the earth was the norm.
    Some people argue that ancient people were not healthier than we are
    today, and it’s true that some cultures ate more “refined foods” and had more
    health problems to show for it, or just didn’t have the foods available to
    make healthy choices, but most traditional cultures all over the world did have an ancient wisdom about their food
    and lifestyle choices.

  2. Ida Holguin-Perez

    The 30 Day Guide! I’d love to have the meal plan and shopping lists to help my family and me get on a healthier, non-processed food plan!

  3. The 30 Day Guide! My husband has been toying with the idea of going Paleo and this would absolutely help!

  4. Angelique Gertig

    Oh please let me get this entry in on time! I would love to win the 30 day guide to Paleo cooking for a friend who husband has been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers, at age 50ish. she has heard about a Paleo diet and thinks it might benefit him.

  5. I would enjoy make it paleo-I have been doing crossfit and trying to transistion my eating as well as transforming my body

  6. I’d really be interested in “Gather, The Art of Paleo Entertaining.” We are on such a tight budget and we are always trying to figure out how to feed guests on the Paleo diet. I’d love to see their suggestions!!

  7. Teresa Bastress

    30 day guide to Paleo Cooking, sounds like a great way to start shifting from just gluten free to paleo.

  8. Would love to try the 30 day guide. Have 2 in our household that are gluten intolerant and need to work toward dairy free as well. The guide would be so helpful!

  9. I would love a copy of one of these books either make it paleo or the 30 day guide because I am trying desperately to figure out what to eat and how to eat to keep my weight down, and the new morning hand swelling (osteoarthritis) away! I’ve heard paleo can help

  10. I would love to have a copy of Gather, The Art of Paleo Entertaining. When Juli Bauer from Paleomg says something is good, I believe her!

  11. The 30 day Guide looks like a good starter book. I have only just started to shop and eat whole versus processed foods and would love more guidance/ideas!

  12. I’d like most the 30 day guide to Paleo. I know some basics but am still interested in the details of Paleo.

  13. Heather Dayner

    Would love the 30 day guide – my husband has terrible stomach/gut issues – I am hoping this will help!

  14. I am vegan, but I like the idea of healing my gut – while healthy, the vegan diet can be quite harsh if not done properly. I would most like to try ‘The 30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking’.

  15. I tried to say “app” for my 2nd chance to win but it keeps telling me it’s a duplicate entry, so I’m writing this one to let you know that I did only do 3 entries (unless there is another one in cyber space) and that I registered on their website to get their newsletter. Thank you !

  16. Katrina Clifford

    I would love the 30 day guide to paleo. Something that lays it all out for me to jumpstart this lifestyle.

  17. All the books look great! The “30 day guide to Paleo cooking” would be a great start! I’ve been considering this change and this package would be very helpful!

  18. I would really be grateful for any of the books. I am just starting health eating habits so all the help I can get is great. If I had to pick one it would be the 30 day guide. Thanks for the opportunity!

  19. I’d like the 30 Days of Paleo. I tried paleo for 30 days and liked it, but fell off the wagon. I’d like to try it again and this cookbook looks like it would help

  20. Jennifer Gillespie

    I would be interested in the 30 day guide to paleo cooking. I need lots of help with ideas & planning for my kids. We follow 100 days but I would like to start eliminating some of the wheat. Very interesting & thank you for all that you do!!!!

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  21. I would love the 30 Day Guide to Paleo. I was talking to a friend yesterday who just began a Paleo diet and I would be interested to learn more. My husband had a ruptured disc last year, underwent surgery, and still has residual problems. According to the PT, he has inflammation around a nerve in his neck that is causing much of his discomfort. We are hoping that diet changes may help alleviate his symptoms.

  22. I would LOVE Gather, The Art of Paleo Entertaining. That is where we want to improve in our healthy lifestyle, when we entertain on the weekends, football season, etc.

  23. I would love “The 30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking”!
    I am new to Paleo and my biggest challenge is finding the time to look for recipes and menu plans amid everything else that needs to get done for my family every day.

  24. Sharon Lynn J.

    Barely one month ago, my daughter was diagnosed with both celiac and type 1 diabetes. Nearly 23 years of meal planning practice was voided in a day. I have to rethink everything now. I love a good challenge, but this is beyond my scope. The medical bills alone have tapped us. I need help! I would love “Make It Paleo” since it has so many menu options for my girl and variety for the whole family.

  25. I’d love to win “The 30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking”, aince I am relatively new to paleo, and can use all the help I can get!

  26. Would love The 30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking. have been doing some reading on Paleo diets and this book would be awesome to get me started down this path.