A Template for Nutrition and Health

The Paleo diet is based on what our human hunter-gatherer ancestors ate during the Paleolithic era. Researchers believe their diets consisted of lean meats, fish, vegetables, nuts and seeds. By following this diet and leading physically active lives, hunter-gatherers presumably had much lower rates of disease.

The modern diet has shifted over time towards consumption of sodium-rich processed foods and refined sugars that have little nutritional value, are high in calories, and deplete the natural resources in our environment. This is contributing to the rise of chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. With a simple shift away from industrialized foods, we can improve our health and wellbeing while contributing to the conservation of our planet.

The Paleo Plan by Tricia Williams eliminates processed foods with little nutritional value designed to make you crave more food and focuses on eating lean protein and fiber, so you feel full. Eating Paleo with local, organic, non-GMO, high quality ingredients such as grass-fed beef, sustainably harvested seafood, low-glycemic organic produce, nuts, and seeds provides your body with a balanced diet that is high in protein and fiber, contains an average amount of fat, and is low in carbs.

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This Weeks Menu

week of October 10th

Day 1

Apple Pie Walnut Bar
Cinnamon Cashew Coconut Cream

Sesame Ginger Slow Roasted Salmon
Tuscan Kale, Shredded Red Cabbage, Red Onion, Pomegranates, Persian Cucumbers, Miso Almond Butter Dressing

Braised Short Ribs, Cacao Mole Sauce
Mashed Kohlrabi, Greens

Day 2

Everything Almond Meal Bagel
Scallion Cashew Cream Farm Egg, Sunflower Kale Spread

Korean Slow Cooker Heritage Pork Lettuce Cups
Julienne Carrots, Daikon, Cabbage, Tahini Gochujang Dressing

Chicken Parm
Almond Crusted Chicken, Basil Cashew Cream, Marinara, Sautéed Broccoli

Day 3

Butternut Squash Pancakes
Spiced Pumpkin Coconut Cream

Fish Cakes
Fall Greens, Roasted Blue Hubbard Squash, Radish, Onion, Miso Horseradish Cashew Dressing 

Persian Lamb Stew
Greens, Pomegranates, Walnuts

Day 4

Fall Harvest Frittata
Honey Nut Squash Hash

Tandoori Chicken
Butter Lettuce Cups, Turmeric Cauliflower, Red Onion, Almonds, Cucumber Coconut Dressing

Shrimp Lo Mein
Zucchini and Butternut Noodles, Cabbage, Scallions

Day 5

Almond Meal Biscuit Egg & Heritage Bacon
Kale Spread

BBQ Turkey Burgers
Cabbage, Brussels, Kohlrabi Slaw, Lemon Scallion Aioli

Sous Vide Pork Shoulder
Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Sage Cashew Cream Sauce

Day 6

Cherry Almond Vanilla Muffins
Cinnamon Vanilla Pea Protein Smoothie

Rosemary Chicken
Shaved Brussels, Greens, Roasted Autumn Squashes, Sunflower Seeds, Cranberry Dressing

Furikake Halibut
Sesame Cabbage, Roasted Shiitakes, Nori, Cauliflower Rice

Day 7

Farm Egg Salmon Squares
Spaghetti Squash Latkes

Pulled Chicken Salad
Fall Salad Slaw, Broccoli Seed Pesto

Spaghetti & Meatballs
Grass Fed Meatballs, Spaghetti Squash, Marinara





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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the macronutrient breakdown of the Paleo Plan?
  The plan is 1500 calories a day made up of 133 grams protein, 110 grams of carbs, and 59 grams fat daily.

I need more calories in my plan. What should I do?
You can choose from any of our snacks and desserts in the market section of our site. You can also supplement at home with nuts, nut butters, and fruits.

Is this a weight loss or maintenance plan?
The short answer is both. If you are looking to lose weight, this is a great plan that allows for a lot of flexibility. If you are at your optimal weight and body composition, this is a great maintenance solution.

I prefer eating fish versus grass-fed meats and poultry.
The Ketotarian plan we developed with Dr. Will Cole is perfect for you, check that out here.

Is Paleo just for athletes and bodybuilders?
While the Paleo diet was made popular by many athletes and gyms, it is a helpful lifestyle for anyone – from those wanting to feel their best, to those with autoimmune conditions.

Why do you avoid whole grains?
Contrary to popular belief, whole grains are not that healthy. Grains contain toxic anti-nutrients, lectins, gluten, and phytates. Human beings are not wired to properly digest these anti-nutrients.

Need help?

Get in touch with us at info@dailydoselife.com and we’ll be happy to help guide you.

While we do our best, we do not provide a product for people with medically-necessitated diets or severe allergies. We are a facility that processes tree nuts.

Tricia Williams is a leader in the fields of Nutrition and Holistic Health and has left her mark as a chef on some of New York’s best restaurants. After more than 10 years of working with athletes and performers – as well as collaborating with their coaches, integrative physicians, and nutritionists to successfully tailor meal plans that met both their taste preferences and their health goals – she founded Daily Dose creating clean, responsibly-sourced, functional, and delicious meal plans and programs for anyone seeking smart solutions to health and wellness through their diet.

This program is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We recommend that you consult with your doctor prior to starting this program if you have a medical condition or are taking any prescription medications or nutritional supplements.