It depends a little who you ask. Some paleo experts recommend eating no dairy at all. Some say that ghee (clarified butter) is ok. More and more consider some dairy ok that is organic, raw (not pasteurized), from pasture-fed animals, not homogenized and A2 (the type that causes problems for far fewer people). Some of it simply depends what individuals can tolerate. Some paleo experts also recommend limiting or eliminating nuts and/or vegetable oils.
Primal diets (like Mark Sisson's approach) have fewer restrictions and sometimes somewhat higher carb levels.
Your own personal sensitivies and any allergies you have may make the difference in what works best for you.
What I like about Mark Sisson is that he focuses on an overall healthy lifestyle, not just diet. I just found a book that might be a similar approach except the diet part is more paleo. It's called the Paleo Coach by Jason Seib.
Sean Croxton from Underground wellness had an interview with the author recently which you can find on his website.
Edited by: HOUNDLOVER1 at: 4/21/2013 (01:33)
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