THE ENTIRE Idiot's Guide to Eating Paleo by Neely Quinn and Jason Glaspey. The publication explains the diet of our hunter/collect ancestors, as well as the long-term benefits associated with it. Includes key diet information as well as over 100 delicious quality recipes. The author's site is PaleoPlan Publicized Apr 3, 2012. Fowl - Fowl, duck, hen, turkey…things with wings that (make an effort to) fly.
Konner M, Eaton SB. Paleolithic nutrition: Twenty-five years later. Nutrition in medical practice: Public publication of the American World for Parenteral and Enteral Nourishment 2010;25:594-602. Tea is very healthy and packed with antioxidants and different beneficial compounds. Green tea is best. No matter the way you slice it, the Paleo proponents' evolutionary arguments just don't endure.
Grass fed meat are available in many places, it depends upon your geographical area. We reside in Florida and our options are extensive. Angel and I usually go to the Cognito Farms website, order it there and have it shipped to your local farmer's market, or we'll go to a health food store (like Earthfare or Fresh Fields Plantation) and obtain it there. Even our Publix carries grass fed meats. If you cannot find it, let us know your present location and we'll give you a hand!
Nutritional Supplements - I take nutritional supplements, as I usually have, but much less than in the days before eating a largely-raw Paleo diet... Some few RVAF systems, notably the Primal Diet, disapprove of taking nutritional supplements. For more information of my views and techniques in the area of nutritional supplements and fresh diets, please start to see the page on this website entitled Some Records on Nutritional Supplements in Organic Diets.