Diet & Nutrition Recipes Here are 10 low fat paleo recipes that are delicious and will help you cut fat intake.1. Bison Chilli Source: Livestrong.com This hearty and delicious meal will quell any appetite. Made with healthy and lean grass-fed bison, this chilli can be enjoyed at the time of cooking, but it’s even better the next day once all of the spices and vegetables have had a chance to meld together. It’s packed with nutrient-dense vegetables like onions, tomatoes and peppers, while the garlic, chilli powder and green chilies give this dish some heat. You can add sweet potatoes, which are rich in the eye-healthy nutrient beta-carotene, to give it a little more oomph. For the full recipe, click here. 2. The Bear's Zero Carb Chicken Recipe “The Bear” (Owsley Stanley) is one of the founders of the Zero Carb way of eating. He ate basically zero carb and mostly from the animal kingdom for 50 years before his untimely death in 2011 after a car accident. This chicken is very filling and flavorful and makes it own wonderful “gravy” too! For the full recipe, click here.3. Balsamic Roasted Vegetable Source: meghantelpner.com Add all your favorite fall vegetables to the mix, like squash, carrots, sweet potatoes, celery root, and turnips, throw them on a roasting pan and let the warm and delicious smells permeate your home. For more, click here. 4. Detox salad in a jar Source: mariamarlowe.com This salad makes a perfect lunch to pack to the office. It is very easy to prepare, and you can prepare a week’s worth and put in the fridge, as long as you stack the layers correctly. The veggies for this salad can either be roasted or raw. If raw, the key is to chop them very small, about ¼ inch pieces. If roasting, chop the broccoli, carrot, and cauliflower into 1 inch pieces, coat with a little olive oil, and roast in a 425 degree oven for about 15 minutes, or until veggies are tender. Layer in the jar as listed in the ingredient list here. 5. Baked cod with pesto Source: hollithompson.com Dr. Mark Hyman is an internationally recognized leader and advocate in the field of functional medicine. His recipe of baked cod with pesto is delicious and you can see the complete recipe here. 6. Paleo pumpkin chocolate chip bars Source: urockgirl.com This Paleo Pumpkin Chocolate chip bar recipe is gluten free and has chocolate! Nuff said. We use almond flour to keep it grain-free but you can substitute your favorite gluten-free baking mix. This recipe is super-quick to make and the only clean-up is the food processor and measuring cups. The hard part is waiting for the bars to finish cooking. Once they’re done, the amazing aroma that will fill your house will have everyone running to the kitchen! Too bad you won’t have any leftovers! Enjoy it here!7. Halibut Ceviche This spicy halibut ceviche served with crispy tortilla chips, and a strong margarita will make a great meal for the day off. Here’s the recipe, plus summer sweet corn and ripe cherry tomatoes. 8. Raw Paleo Mixed Berry Cheesecake This delicious bad boy is free from gluten, dairy, refined sugar, grains, legumes and animal products. So it’s not only suitable for paleo/primal/ancestral health-folk, but also vegetarians, vegans and raw vegans (who do indeed know how to make a good dessert themselves!). Check out the full recipe here. 9. Super low carb and gluten free breaded chicken Source: proteinpow.com This recipe is a winner because a) you only need four basic ingredients to make it, b) it’s extremely easy to make, c) it takes no time to put together, c) it’s super healthy – in the sense that it features a perfect combination of lean protein, healthy fats, and fiber. It’s also very low in carbs, gluten-free, and dare I say ‘paleo’? Here is the recipe. 10. Mini meat loaf Some things, like the meatloaf, are best left alone. It’s the perfect archetype of comfort food. It’s easy, it’s wholesome, it’s inexpensive, and it’s foolproof. The Mini Me Meatloaf takes only fifteen minutes in the oven and is perfectly portioned so that you don’t over comfort yourself — if you know what I mean. This recipe uses ground beef, but you can substitute turkey burger or pork, or a combo of your favorite ingredients. Oats keep the meatloaf nice and moist, but you may prefer breadcrumbs. You’re welcome to get fancy with mushrooms, sautéed onions and different spices, but for a down and dirty meatloaf that sticks to your ribs, keep it basic. For more, click here.