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Paleo diet still thriving with athletes, health-conscious


Paleo diet still thriving with athletes, health-conscious
Tulsa World

The then-newfound diet — named after the Paleolithic era diet of cavemen — become synonymous with the exercise because its founders followed the diet to provide much-needed fuel for their bodies following the intense workouts and strength training

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