Paleo diet has benefits but falls short, dietitians say

People who adopt paleo or primal diets focus on what our ancestors ate millions of years ago: meat, seafood, nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables. While avoiding processed foods can be healthy, dietitians say that the paleo menu falls short because essential vitamins and nutrients are found in whole-grain and dairy products that are not a part of the diet.

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