Would you try a caveman diet?
The Paleo Food Pyramid
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Paleolithic men didn't live by woolly mammoth alone, says John Williams, PhD, an archaeologist trained in prehistoric cultures and a lecturer at the University of Colorado at Denver. Food remnants discovered at Ohalo II, a 23,000-year-old archeological site on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, show how our ancestors really filled their plates. The good news: you can do the same. Just ditch the drive-thru and club some whole foods instead. (Not ready to go full Paleo? Click here for our complete guide to the 125 Best Packaged Foods for Men.)
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