The Paleolithic diet—“paleo,” for those in theknow—represents a new, very old form of eating, one confined to the sorts of food available in pre-agricultural days. These foods, as it happens, were not many. According to Sarah Ballantyne, the author of The Paleo Approach, a paleo diet consists of “meats, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds”.Paleo eating takes things to a whole new level. Our Stone Age ancestors left behind no menus or cookbooks. To figure out what they ate, we have to dig up their bones and study the wear patterns on their teeth. That’s why in this book we count on the archaeologist, anthropologist and paleontologist Eudald Carbonell and his team at the IPHES (Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution).

About the author:

Eudald Carbonell

Cinta S. Bellmunt

María Ángeles Torres


144 pages
17 x 24 cm
4-color process