Starting out on the paleo diet can be tough.
Luckily all the staples - activated almonds, maca, paca, acai and kujira bēkon - are all paleo so that makes it pretty easy.
But for some people the allure of having a real paleo experience is high up on the agenda and this can be trickier than just heading down to Thr1ve.
So my family and I love nothing more than getting out in the wild and tracking down an authentic paleo feast and here they are after we'd just shot our very first 'wooly mammoth':
As you can see this elephant has just finished eating its lunch, so no need to stuff it before roasting! How easy is that? Just roast it over a pit fire with some activated almonds, maca, paca, acai and kujira bēkon and you're away.
Now I know some vegans and animal rights freaks (I'm looking at you PETA) are going to get all antsy in the pantsy about this but actually eating an animal like this from nose to tail is actually very respectful.
And your family doctor is going to be amazed with the results as elephant meat is very high in both riboflavin and phosphorus too!
So head over to South Africa and my mate Nim Toakes will show you how to skin your first elephant and have a paleo feast just like your ancestors did.