Paleo Meal Plans

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The paleo diet - also known as the the caveman diet is super simple and delicious to follow.
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Choose a diet, select your portion size, exclude ingredients and we'll personalize your perfect meal plan.
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Get a weekly shopping list with all the ingredients you need. Just select your preferred grocery store, we'll handle the rest.
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All our recipes can be made in 15 minutes with no more than 5 ingredients. Simple, honest, healthy, delicious food.

Some of the most popular paleo recipes in our meal plans

5 ingredients, 15 minutes, every recipe, every time, guaranteed.

Chocolate Chip Waffles

Time to make:
3
Number of ingredients
10

Crispy Prosciutto Salad

Time to make:
4
Number of ingredients
10

Shrimp Stir Fry

Time to make:
9
Number of ingredients
4

Avo Boat and Eggs

Time to make:
8
Number of ingredients
3

Salmon Salad with Winter Fruit

Time to make:
8
Number of ingredients
4

Pancakes

Time to make:
10
Number of ingredients
3

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What is the Paleo diet?

The paleo diet is a way of eating that harkens back to our ancestors. While we’re not eating exactly what our ancestors ate thousands of years ago, the premise is to eat a diet composed of real, whole foods. Food as nature intended it to be - before farming came into the picture.

When following the paleo diet, there is no calorie counting required. There is no need to track your carb intake. There’s no weighing or measuring your food. All you have to do is stick to paleo-friendly foods. If it’s paleo, you can eat it. It’s a really great opportunity to tune back into your body - eat when you feel hungry and stop when you feel satisfied. Skip the junk and focus on foods that support your health.

Paleo foods are those that are inherently nourishing to your body. In a very basic sense, a well-balanced paleo diet includes eating high-quality protein, vegetables, starches, fruit, nuts, seeds and healthy fats. If it sounds simple, it’s because it is! You can eat any amount and combination of these foods that you see fit for your own body and lifestyle.

The foods that aren’t paleo-friendly are foods that have been commonly known to cause health issues or be irritating to the skin, gut or overall health. This includes dairy, gluten, sugar, legumes, unhealthy fats, processed foods. You know the foods that make up the standard American diet...the candy, soda, junk food, fast food, alcohol, etc. Those are the ones that you want to avoid.


What you can eat on Paleo

Foods you can eat on the Paleo Diet

  • High-quality protein
  • Fish
  • Seafood
  • Eggs
  • Vegetables
  • Some fruit
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Natural oils

Foods to avoid on the Paleo Diet

  • Grains
  • Dairy
  • Legumes
  • Sugar
  • Processed foods
  • Alcohol

Customize your paleo meal plan to your taste.

We take care of the hassle, so you can focus on being healthy.

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Exclude ingredients of your choosing

You can remove any ingredient of your choice using Ultimate Meal Plans. Personalize your plan around your tastes or special dietary requirements.
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Choose a portion size to fit your family

Ultimate Meal Plans fits around you and your lifestyle. Select the right portion size and your recipes and shopping list adapt perfectly.
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Personalized weekly shopping list with everything you need

Every week our app sends you a custom shopping list with every ingredient you need for all of your recipes.
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Your paleo meal planning questions answered

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How much time does each meal take?

Each recipe is crafted to make it as simple as possible. Less than 15 minutes of prep time and 5 or less ingredients – it’s as easy as that! We also include leftovers throughout the plan to help save you time and energy from constantly cooking.

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When will I receive each meal plan?

Immediately when you sign up you will receive a meal plan to get you started. After that you will receive your weekly meal plan every Saturday morning.

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How many meals come in each plan?

You will receive a plan for 28 meals per week. This means you will be eating breakfast, lunch, dinner, and one snack per day.

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Can I take a cheat day?

Yes – and we’ve included a bonus guide on how to take a cheat day in a way that will help you get closer to your goals, rather than further away.

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What if I don't like a meal or have allergies?

When it comes to food, we all have different preferences. Some of us also have food allergies. We do our best to make sure you will be able to enjoy the food on the meal plans and have included a bonus guide on common substitutions to make it easy to tailor the plan to your needs.

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How do I cancel my subscription?

If, for some reason, you no longer want to receive meal plans, there’s an easy one-button cancellation that immediately stops payment and cancels your account. No games about it!

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The best paleo resources from around the web

People are always looking for more information on the Paleo diet. Unfortunately, though, there are unhelpful and frankly unscientific resources out there, that's why we've come together to collect the best resources we can find.

Read more below:

  1. Robb Wolf – Rob is the author of the book, The Paleo Solution. As a former research biochemist as well as podcast host Robb's site is full of useful information on Paleo.
  2. Mark Sisson – Mark is in many ways the founder of the modern Paleo community, with a focus on primal life and not just diet, Mark's site is full of good information.
  3. 'Intermittent fasting, Paleolithic, or Mediterranean diets in the real world', American Journal of Clinical Nutrition - This study out of New Zealand looks at the effects of Paleo, Intermittent Fasting and Mediterranean diets on a group of overweight volunteers, the paper provides a balanced but detailed investigation for those interested in diving deeper.
  4. Marked improvement in carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in diabetic Australian aborigines after temporary reversion to traditional lifestyle' - In this classic study from the 1980s Dr Kieran O'Dea showed that 7 weeks of living a primal lifestyle improved metabolic markers of Australians who had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
  5. This study from the Medical Journal of Australia explores the effects of the Paleo diet on type 2 diabetes, with positive results, though it does caution that more research is required to come to full conclusions.
  6. Paleodiet.org - this site is a simple and trustworthy guide to all things paleo.

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Getting Started With The Low Carb Diet

As the name suggests, following a low carb diet involves eating meals with reduced carbohydrates. People who follow this diet instead focus on consuming healthy fats, vegetables, some fruits and lots of protein-rich foods.

Low carb is not as restrictive as other diets like the ketogenic diet or the banting diet. Yet, despite being easier to following, eating low carb by removing carbohydrates and highly processed foods is a healthy way to support weight loss. If you're interested in diving into the the science, around carbohydrate restriction and weight loss, you can read more here.

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What Is A Low Carb Meal Plan?

Because the low carb diet envolves restricting carbohydrate rich foods, creating a low carb meal plan can feel overwhelming for some people. While there is some flexibilty, the vast majority of people who follow low-carb avoid foods like: bread and pasta, pastries and foods with added sugars.

Hands down, the main reason most people follow a low carb meal plan is to help with weight loss. However, many people use low carb meal planning to help with other chronic health issues such as type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. While the science is far from settled, many reputable scientific studies report promising results managing type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome using a low carb diet protocol.

What Foods Can You Eat On A Low Carb Diet?

Eating low carb isn't as scary as it seems at first glance, trust us. The main thing to focus on is changing refined, processed carbohydrates for healthy unprocessed options.

By doing this alone, you're already eating a vastly different diet from the typical 'Western' or Amercian diet which is largely composed of processed, prepackaged foods. Below is some guidance about what to eat and what to avoid with low carb.

Foods Allowed on the Low Carb Diet
  • High-quality protein
  • Seafood
  • Fish
  • Eggs
  • Full-fat dairy
  • Low sugar fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Healthy oils and fats
Foods to Avoid on the Low Carb Diet
  • Sugar
  • Grains
  • Starchy vegetables
  • Low fat foods
  • Processed foods
  • Alcohol
  • High Carbohydrate Foods

It's tempting to take a black and white approach with low carb (as with any diet). We're not aiming for zero carbohydrates here, the aim of the game is to significantly reduce overall carbohydrate intake. When you do consume carbohydrates make sure they're inside protein rich foods which aren't highly processed.

How Can A Low Carb Meal Planner Help You?

Because of it's restrictive nature, following a low carb meal plan to start with can be very helpful for many people.

A good low carb meal plan will give you all the recipes you need (low carb compatible ones, of course), as well a full shopping list.

Ultimate Meal Plans gives you a fully customizable low carb meal plan to suit your needs. You can choose the number of people you're cooking for, exclude ingredients to suit taste or dietary requirements and we'll give you a fully customized set of recipes and shopping list to match.

By the way, don't worry if you find that low carb isn't right for you, you can always chose another meal plan like keto, paleo, AIP or banting once you're inside our meal planner app.

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Sample Low Carb Meal Plan Shopping List

Here's an example shopping list covering a typical week's ingredients for a low carb meal plan, this assumes you're cooking for a family of three.


Example low carb shopping list for a family of 3
CONDIMENTS
  • 4 ½ tsp Dijon mustard
  • 12 tbsp avocado mayo
  • 6 tbsp avocado oil
  • 6 tbsp butter
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 12 tsp tabasco
MEAT
  • 18 oz boneless pork chops
  • 15 piece prosciutto
  • 12 sausage links
  • 60 shrimp
  • 36 oz stir fry beef
  • 42 oz strip steak
  • 3 can tuna
Produce
  • 4 ½ cups arugula
  • 6 head broccoli
  • 6 stalks celery
  • 2 ½ cucumbers
  • 3 lemons
  • 27 ½ tbsp onions
  • 12 slices red onion
  • 1 cup red onion
MISCELLANEOUS
  • 36 oz coffee
  • 3 spoonful cream cheeses
  • 3 spear dill pickles
  • 12 eggs
  • 1 ½ cups heavy creams
  • 1 ½ cups ice
  • 2 ½ cups pancake mixes
  • 3 handful pecans
  • 3 handful pork rinds
  • 12 slices roasted red peppers
  • 1 cup roasted red pepper
  • 21 slices salami
  • 3 handful Moon Cheeses
  • 3 cups bone broths
  • 3 tsp cacao nibs
  • 1 ½ cups cheddar cheeses
  • 3 cheese sticks
  • 4 cups chicken stock
  • 9 tbsp chocolate chips
  • 3 spoonful coconut butter
  • 2 cups coconut cream
  • 1 ½ cups coconut flakes
  • 15 tbsp coconut milk
  • 4 ½ tbsp coconut oil


Low Carb Meal Plan Recipe Ideas

Want some ideas to start cooking and eating low carb? Below are some sample recipe ideas to get your tastebuds rumbling.

Low Carb Breakfast recipes

Keto Coco Coffee

Sausage and Spicy Dip

Coconut Pancakes

Sausage Scramble

Low Carb Lunch recipes

Crispy Prosciutto Salad

Prosciutto Rollups

Tuna Bites

Low Carb Dinner recipes

Shrimp Scampi

Steak Bites with Cheese Sauce

Thai Shrimp Saute

Sample Low Carb Recipes

Below is a selection of some of our favourite low carb recipes

Italian Prosciutto Salad

Time to make:
10 minutes
Number of ingredients
4
Easy

Mushroom Soup

Time to make:
15 minutes
Number of ingredients
3
Easy

Skirt Steak with Cucumber Salsa

Time to make:
15
Number of ingredients
5
Easy

Broiled Bacon Wrapped Salmon

Time to make:
4
Number of ingredients
10
Easy

Seedless Watermelon Smoothie

Time to make:
2
Number of ingredients
5
Easy

Thai Steak Soup

Time to make:
5
Number of ingredients
12
Easy
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