Larabar makes bars and bites filled with nuts, seeds, and other superfoods that make a great, inexpensive travel Paleo snack (one bar typically costs around $1). It’s a good idea to keep a few of these in your car, purse, or desk as a light snack. While not all Larabar products are Paleo, all are GMO-free, minimally processed, and made with all-natural ingredients. Some Paleo-approved Larabar flavors include Pecan Pie, Cashew Cookie, and Apple Pie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHhthf8B-xk
Butternut squash is a hardy winter squash that is known for its sweet flavor and extremely high levels of Vitamin A and Vitamin C. This recipe uses the tasty flavor of butternut squash to create fritters that are an incredible snack. Though the flour used in the recipe is not actually paleo, you can substitute your favorite paleo-free flour alternative such as almond meal or tapioca starch. YOur fritters will still come out great! Since butternut squash is full of starch, the fritters will not fall apart without gluten.
Drop Grok into the Hiwi's midst—or indeed among any modern or ancient hunter–gather society—and he would be a complete aberration. Grok cannot teach us how to live or eat; he never existed. Living off the land or restricting oneself to foods available before agriculture and industry does not guarantee good health. The human body is not simply a collection of adaptations to life in the Paleolithic—its legacy is far greater. Each of us is a dynamic assemblage of inherited traits that have been tweaked, transformed, lost and regained since the beginning of life itself. Such changes have not ceased in the past 10,000 years. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A-WD-kz-o4