The official website of Paleo founder Dr. Loren Cordain offers free Paleo recipes without requiring a membership or any forms of payment, while Meetup.com allow users to share various Paleo recipes. Recipes vary between meals, snacks and desserts.
The Paleo Diet uses modern foods to mimic hunter-gatherer diets. The premise of the diet is to focus on minimizing the risk of chronic diseases and encouraging weight loss. The diet focuses on high intake of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals, and low intake of carbohydrates and sodium. Items to eat include meat, fish, fresh produce, eggs, nuts and seeds. Foods not to eat include cereals, legumes, dairy, refined sugar and processed foods.
Dr. Loren Cordain’s website includes everyday diet tips, giving detailed examples of breakfast, lunch and dinner suggestions. Breakfast is as simple as making an omelette. Spaghetti is suitable for the Paleo diet by replacing the noodles with spaghetti squash.
Meetup.com has a vast quantity of Paleo meetups located all over the world, where people get together to share tips and recipes. Meetup.com is free to join, and the majority of the groups meet and share information at no cost to the members.
Local libraries are also a great resource for checking out books for free. Hundreds of books on the Paleo Diet exist, and libraries commonly have sections for cookbooks.