Cutting Out Sugar the Paleo Way
January 2, 2000

Otherwise known as “eating like a caveman,” the Paleo diet involves eating animals, plants, seeds, and nuts. Thousands of years ago, humans’ bodies thrived on real, whole food that was free of preservatives, chemicals, and artificial anything. They did not eat sugary desserts or drink soda. They hunted and gathered their plants and meat, exerting energy as they did so. The main staple of their diet was vegetables, fruits, and animal meat. You can plainly see why this healthy diet combined with frequent bouts of exercise has kept humans trim for so many years.

Paleo breakfast suggestions

Eating a Paleo breakfast does not have to involve lots of cooking and preparation. A little planning may be in order, though: You can cook hardboiled eggs and grill chicken breasts days ahead of time if you wish. The key is to think outside the box. And remember: The possibilities are pretty much endless when it comes to a Paleo breakfast!

Check out these Paleo-friendly breakfast ideas that are protein-rich, hearty, and delicious:


Looking for a great breakfast but don’t feel like cooking anything? Raid your fridge! There are more than likely many items to eat that can satiate your hunger and keep you feeling full until lunch. Got some cooked chicken? Put some on your plate. See some hardboiled eggs? They’re great for breakfast. Leftover grilled veggies? Pile ‘em on. You’ll have yourself a breakfast feast in no time flat!

Eggs and Bacon

It turns out that this ‘ol staple breakfast is a perfect Paleo start to your busy day. Both eggs and bacon have plenty of protein to get you going. You can even cook the bacon a day ahead of time and store it in the fridge. Pop it in the microwave and cook some scrambled eggs, and serve.

Banana-Almond Pancakes

Pancakes without white flour? It’s possible! Almond butter makes the base for these deliciously decadent pancakes. You don’t even need syrup; simply top with fresh fruit for a healthy and filling Paleo breakfast.

Salad and Eggs

There is no rule that says you cannot eat salad for breakfast. This is a great breakfast if you are pressed for time. If you prep your veggies ahead of time, you can make this healthy meal in a pinch. Simply pile some veggies on a plate (baby spinach, arugula, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, onions, carrots, etc). You can use any vegetables you like! Sprinkle a little sea salt and extra virgin olive oil on top. Prepare two eggs any style you like (we like over-easy or sunny side up) and slide them on top of the salad. Add some fresh ground pepper and you have a tasty yet quick Paleo breakfast!
James Christopher, Creative Writer