Paleo Approved

Created by Karen Pendergrass, the “Paleo Approved” label is designed to provide a safe, reliable food labeling system for all consumers.  Their labeling process enables consumers to be assured that foods who have earned the label will be in concert with the Paleo Diet as outlined by Dr. Loren Cordain.

The “Paleo Approved” label means much more than just organic, it means safety and healthy as well.

Certified Paleo Approved products are those that we (humans) are genetically designed us to eat to keep us healthy.

My take on Paleo Approved

I don’t know Karen (or anyone else at PA), but after reading her personal reasons for jumping onto the Paleo bandwagon, I felt a certain kinship. And I love the fact that she had the gumption to try and bring Paleo eating to the masses via the PA labeling system.

So, if you like the idea of a “Paleo Approved” labeling system, show your support by joining the Facebook Group or follow them on Twitter. I do.

Oh, and if you’re not following Health Habits on Facebook, you really should be.



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  1. I sure hope it goes mainstream… that’s my whole point!
    Thank you so much for posting about Paleo Approved!


  2. Regardless of dietary habits, I think this would be a great leap forward for the health conscious everywhere.

    Nice one.

  3. Good idea but keep in mind that will raise the cost of our pale foods because they need to pay to get this label. I don’t like paying more.

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