August 2, 2012
Paleo-friendly restaurants: I don't eat out much, but Outback on Creedmoor is a safe bet. Cafe Carolina in Cameron Village is a favorite; great salads and breakfast (and yes, you can substitute fruit for that piece of toast)! Char-Grill is a local favorite; in a pinch I'll get a bunless burger there. LocoPops offers unusual Popsicle favors and there is at least one flavor daily that is sweetened with only stevia. Bella Monica takes gluten-free seriously; really nice atmosphere (Edwards Mill Rd. in Harris Teeter shopping center).
Other places to get food or groceries: Whole Foods (2 locations), Earth Fare at Brier Creek, Trader Joe's on Wake Forest Rd(another in Cary).
Farmers Markets: The North Carolina Farmer's Market is right by N.C. State's Centennial Campus. There is one at least seasonally downtown, Moore Square. And another seasonal one at North Hills.
Practitioners: I don't think she would call herself Paleo, but Dr. Beverly Goode (on Creedmoor Rd.) is natural and holistic. She offers bio identical hormones, supplements (her own brand, Bevko), food allergy testing, heavy metals detoxing, etc. The pharmacy she likes to use does compounding – Medicap on Falls of Neuse. I think this pharmacy leans more Paleo.
I hear there is a Crossfit in the area, but I don't know where.
March 12, 2012
Restaurants: 18 Seaboard, Market, Big Ed's, Tribeca Tavern, Daily Planet Cafe, Pullen Place, Porchetta, Iris, Gravy, Zely & Ritz, Irregardless Cafe, Wilmoore Cafe, Poole's Diner, Battistella's
All of these restaurants source ingredients locally and offer varying degrees of Paleo-friendliness. Tribeca Tavern offers grass fed beef.
December 31, 2012
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