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PALEOLITHIC DIET (Pa­leo for short) – eat­ing only foods such as veg­eta­bles, fruits, nuts, roots and meat pre­sumed to be avail­able to the stone age cave dwellers. No dairy, legumes, pro­cessed oils, salt, al­co­hol or cof­fee.

NEOLITHIC DIET - eat­ing only foods from the ad­vent of agri­cul­ture and an­i­mal hus­bandry such as milk, milk prod­ucts and veg­etable prod­ucts.

NU­TRI­ENT SCALE - in ad­di­tion to men­tion­ing the calo­ries per dish, eater­ies such as Re­viver

The lightly sweet­ened yo­ghurt with crunchy pis­ta­chios, dark choco­late nibs, or­ange slices, and clover honey was sub­lime.


A 20-minute walk up­town brought us to Hu­man Kitchen at 78, 5th Av­enue and 14th Street. The ethos here is “No weird in­gre­di­ents. Ever.” Their pack­ets of sprouted sun­flower crack­ers, kale and goji crack­ers and dark al­mond but­ter choco­late sweet­ened with co­conut sugar were the ultimate finds. Dig Inn, at 17E 17th Street is a buzzy, warm, brick-and­wood eatery where “mar­ket bowls” are filled with the cus­tomers’ se­lec­tion of fresh in­gre­di­ents. A base se­lec­tion of say farm greens or miso noo­dles can be topped with a host of pro­teins such as wild sal­mon, or herb chicken and a flurry of roasted sea­sonal veg­eta­bles, sprouts and sauces. At Sweet Green, 8 East 18th Street, a sim­i­lar con­cept, mostly take­away, is en­joyed at lunch and din­ner by smart folks un­daunted by the long queue lead­ing to smart food. “We meet the farm­ers be­fore we meet the land­lords.” Say the sound bites. The al fresco Union Square Green­mar­ket nearby, has ev­ery­one ex­cited about the

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