Neanderthin by Ray Audette was the first book I read back in 2002 about the Paleolithic diet. I still enjoy reading it today. It is very accessible to the layperson and is a great intro to the lifestyle. The book focuses more on weight loss than anything else but the principles are the same.
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A. Price is a monumental landmark of a book. If you have never heard of it I am not surprised. It is a widely overlooked and undervalued book. It was written by a dentist who traveled the world examining isolated, primitive people and documenting their health and diet.
Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon is basically a cookbook to go with Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. It expands on some of the supporting principles outlined in Price’s book and supplies a pile of recipes that reflect what he learned.
Cod Liver and Fish Oil
The types I recommend in combating acne.
This is a 16.9 fl Oz bottle of lemon flavored Carlson Cod Liver Oil. This is one of the better tasting, higher quality brands/types of cod liver oil to get.
If you are concerned about overdose of fat soluble vitamins, this is a 16.9 fl Oz bottle of lemon flavored Carlson Fish Oil. It does not come from the liver and does not contain the fat soluble vitamins; only the fish oil (omega 3’s).
237 mL bottle of Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil in Arctic Mint flavor. Known as the most potent cod liver oil around. More expensive than Carlson.
This is a bottle of 120 capsules of Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil. Same as above but in capsule form.