Primal Blueprint Shopping List

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by Mark Sisson Mark's Daily Apple

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So you’ve read the book and you’re ready to go Primal. You’ve purged your pantry and fridge of every last SAD (Standard American Diet) “food” item and you plan on hitting up your local farmers’ market or grocery store to stock up on delicious and nutritious Primal fare. But where do you start? I’ve created this page to take the guesswork out of shopping for Primal foods. Listed below you’ll find a fairly comprehensive list of what to eat on the Primal Blueprint eating plan (if you think something is missing from the list feel free to shoot me a line), aka The Healthiest Foods in the World. No 10 servings of daily grains around here. Just meat, vegetables, eggs, healthy fats, nuts/seeds and fruit.

Links below will take you to one of my Smart Fuel posts where you can learn more about the food, and, in some cases, to recipes featuring the ingredient. As I write about these ingredients in future blog posts this page will be updated with new links, so check back often!

You can also download this Primal Blueprint Shopping List (PDF). Print out a copy, hit your local grocer and start getting Primal today!

Vegetables Artichoke Cucumbers Parsnips Arugula Eggplant Peppers (all kinds) Asparagus Endive Pumpkin Avocados Fennel Purslane Beets/Beet Greens Fiddlehead Ferns Radishes Bell Peppers Garlic Romaine Lettuce Bok Choy Green Beans Rutabaga Broccoli Jerusalem Artichokes Sea Vegetables Broccoli Rabe Jicama Spinach Brussels Sprouts Kale Squash Cabbage Kohlrabi Swiss Chard Carrots Leeks Tomatoes Cauliflower Mushrooms Turnip Greens Celery Mustard Greens Watercress Celery Root Olives Collards Onions   In Moderation Cassava Sweet Potatoes Yams Potatoes Wild Rice Taro   Fish Anchovies Mahi Mahi Salmon Bass Monkfish Sardines Cod Mullet Tilapia Eel Northern Pike Tuna Haddock Orange Roughy Walleye Halibut Perch Any Other Wild Fish Herring Red Snapper Mackerel Rockfish   Shellfish Abalone Lobster Scallops Clams Mussels Shrimp Crab Oysters Crayfish Prawns   Meat and Poultry Beef Goat Pork Chicken Lamb   Game Meat Alligator Emu Rabbit Bear Goose Snakes Buffalo Pheasant Turkey Caribou Kangaroo Venison Duck Ostrich Elk Quail   Organ Meats Hearts Liver Sweetbreads Kidney Bone Marrow Tongue   Eggs Chicken Goose Roe/Caviar Duck Pheasant Other Bird Eggs Emu Quail   Nuts and Seeds Almonds Pecans Sunflower Seeds Brazil Nuts Pine Nuts Walnuts Hazelnuts Pistachios Derivative Butters Hempseeds Pumpkin seeds Macadamias Sesame Seeds   Healthy Fats/Oils Avocado Oil Macadamia Oil Unprocessed Palm Oil Butter/Ghee Olive Oil Walnut Oil Coconut Oil/Milk Sesame Oil Lard Tallow   Fruit Preferred Blackberries Boysenberries Gooseberries Blueberries Cranberries Raspberries   Other Fruits Apple Honeydew Melon Pears Apricot Kiwi Persimmon Banana Lemon Plums Cantalope Lime Pomegranate Cherries Lychee Rhubarb Coconut Mango Star Fruit Figs Nectarine Strawberries Goji Berries Orange Tangerine Grapefruit Papaya Watermelon Grapes Passion Fruit All other fruits Guava Peaches   Spices and Herbs Anise Cumin Peppermint Basil Dill Rosemary Black Pepper Fennel Sage Cayenne Pepper Ginger Stevia Chili Pepper Mint Tarragon Cilantro Mustard Seeds Thyme Coriander Seeds Nutmeg Turmeric Cinnamon Oregano Cloves Paprika

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