Book Review: How to Eat Paleo (When You Don’t Live in a Cave)

A few weeks ago, I was able to interview Cynthia Spivey for the podcast and she was kind enough to send me a copy of her book, How to Eat Paleo (When You Don’t Live in a Cave).

I’ve read a ton of books on health and diet And I have to say, I’ve never seen one quite like this.  Usually books on this subject are either lengthy tomes with a lot of science or mostly just collections of recipes. This book is a little different in that it walks you through the basics of the diet and then answers the most commonly asked questions about this way of eating.

But where this book absolutely shines is the beautiful handdrawn typography throughout the book with quotes and other information that supports the overall narrative of the book. The splashes of color brighten up the book and serve to hold the reader’s interest from beginning to end. The Illustrator Joya Groves adds so much to the book that I can’t imagine the book without her work.

If you are looking for a beginners handbook to eating Paleo that you can read in an afternoon, this is book you need to buy. It is easy read but very informative and relies less on the science on more on the “how to” parts of the diet.

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