I’ve been working on something a little different for the past few months (hence why London Cyclist has been a little more quiet than usual) and I wanted to share it here with you guys, as I’m sure some of you will love this!
It’s a new iPhone and iPad app called Caveman Feast that I worked on with a good friend of mine Abel James. I can tell it’s going to be popular as we haven’t really told anyone about it yet and it’s already number 2 food app in the US and number 3 in the UK.
The app contains 201 incredibly delicious Paleo recipes.
In the UK, “Paleo” still isn’t very well known, but in the US it has a lot of support. It’s basically what my ultra healthy Greek grandma has been telling me to eat for years. You avoid grains such as bread, potatoes and rice and instead focus on vegetables, nuts and meat. The idea is based on our ancestors and what we’ve evolved to eat.
I won’t go in to too much detail here, but people who eat Paleo often report more energy, weight loss and better fitness (sounds like a todo list of things I’d like!). I personally try to eat Paleo where possible, though I’m not especially strict (after a few drinks I can’t rule out a trip to the chippy!). However, I have noticed a big difference from when I cheat and when I eat healthy.
My favourite section of the app is the Grain-Free Goodies section that contains healthy alternatives to all the classic cravings such as these Blueberry espresso brownies:
You can search the App Store store for Caveman Feast or follow this link.
If you are on Android or Windows Smartphone you can see many of these recipes on Civilized Caveman Cooking.
I’d appreciate your help in making this app a success, so do download a copy and let me know if you like it!
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