Should you go paleo?

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Nutritionist Jess Kelley uses beets and turnips as substitutes for pasta. Starches, such as wheat noodles, are not allowed on the paleo diet.
Kelley creates turkey meatballs to accompany the beet-and-turnip pasta and provide the protein component required in every paleo meal.
Swiss chard is a rare source of vegetable protein.
Jess Kelley removes seeds from a steamed spaghetti squash as she prepares a paleo pasta dish in the kitchen at Namaste Health Center.
The finished paleo pasta makes a colorful display and contains a balance of meat and vegetables, although no grains or starches.
Meat, such as ground beef, is a staple of the paleo diet, which depends on protein in a majority of its meals.

Should you go paleo?

Nutritionist Jess Kelley uses beets and turnips as substitutes for pasta. Starches, such as wheat noodles, are not allowed on the paleo diet.
Kelley creates turkey meatballs to accompany the beet-and-turnip pasta and provide the protein component required in every paleo meal.
Swiss chard is a rare source of vegetable protein.
Jess Kelley removes seeds from a steamed spaghetti squash as she prepares a paleo pasta dish in the kitchen at Namaste Health Center.
The finished paleo pasta makes a colorful display and contains a balance of meat and vegetables, although no grains or starches.
Meat, such as ground beef, is a staple of the paleo diet, which depends on protein in a majority of its meals.
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