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376 376 Resources Alphabetical Yes-No-Maybe So Having trouble finding a food in any of the food lists? Search for it here alphabetically to determine whether the food in question is Paleo Approach friendly! YES. Go ahead and eat it unless NO. Don’t eat it for now. Refer MAYBE. This food might be tol- MODERATION. This food you’re allergic or have a sensitivity to The Paleo Approach for infor- erated. If you
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  376   376  Resources  A B  Alphabetical Yes-No-Maybe So Having trouble finding a food in any of the food lists? Search for it here alphabetically to determine whether the food in question is Paleo Approach friendly!    YES.   Go ahead and eat it unless you’re allergic or have a sensitivity to it.   NO.  Don’t eat it for now. Refer to The Paleo Approach  for infor-mation on if and when it might be reintroduced.   MAYBE.  This food might be tol-erated. If you aren’t sure, leave it out of your diet for now. (These foods are not included in the recipes in this book.) Refer to The Paleo Approach  for more information.   MODERATION.  This food is okay to eat, but there are some compelling reasons to keep por-tions small. Refer to The Paleo  Approach  for more information.       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N abalone  P abiu  P abusgata  P açaí   P acerola  P acesulfame potassium  P ackee  P acrylamide  P adzuki beans  P  African moringa  P agar agar  P agave  P agave nectar  P agave worm  P alcohol  P allspice  P almonds  P amanatsu  P amaranth  P amaranth greens  P ambarella  P anchovy  P anchovy paste (check ingredients)  P anemone  P anise seed  P annatto seed  P ant  P antelope  P aonori  P apple  P apple cider vinegar  P apricot  P arame  P  Arctic char  P Food       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N arracacha  P arrowroot  P arrowroot powder  P artichoke  P artificial flavors  P artificial food color  P arugula  P asafetida (check ingredients)  P ashwagandha  P asparagus  P aspartame  P  Atlantic croaker  P autolyzed protein  P avocado  P avocado oil  P babaco  P bacon  P baking soda  P balm  P balsamic vinegar  P bamboo shoot  P bamboo worm  P banana  P barcheek goby  P barley  P barley malt  P barley malt syrup  P basil leaf  P bass  P bay leaf  P bear  P bearberry  P beaver  P bee larvae  P Food  377   377 Sarah Ballantyne, PhD C       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N beech mushroom  P beef  P beefsteak leaves  P beet and other vegetable kvasses (check ingredients)  P beet greens  P beet root  P beet sugar  P bell pepper  P bilberry  P biriba  P bison  P bitter gourd  P bitter melon  P black beans  P black caraway  P black cumin  P black tea  P black-eyed peas  P blackberry  P blood orange  P blueberry  P boar  P bok choy  P boletus  P bonito  P bonito flakes  P borage greens  P Brazil nuts  P bream  P brill  P brisling  P broad beans  P broadleaf arrowhead  P broccoli  P broccoli rabe  P brominated vegetable oil  P brown rice syrup  P brown sugar  P Brussels sprouts  P buckwheat  P Buddha’s hand  P buffalo  P burdock   P butter  P butter beans  P butter oil  P butterfly kingfish  P Food       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N buttermilk   P button mushroom  P cabbage  P calendula  P calico beans  P cam sành  P camas  P camel  P camucamu  P canary melon  P cane crystals  P cane juice  P cane sugar  P canistel  P canna  P cannellini beans  P canola leaves  P canola oil  P cantaloupe  P cape gooseberries  P capers  P capsicums  P carambola  P caramel  P caraway  P carbonated water  P cardamom  P cardoon  P caribou  P carnation  P carob powder  P carola  P carp  P carrageenan  P carrot  P carrot greens  P carrot powder  P casaba  P cashews  P cassava  P cat’s-ear  P catfish  P cauliflower  P caviar (check ingredients)  P cayenne pepper  P celeriac  P celery  P Food  378   378  Resources    YES.   Go ahead and eat it unless you’re allergic or have a sensitivity to it.   NO.  Don’t eat it for now. Refer to The Paleo Approach for infor-mation on if and when it might be reintroduced.   MAYBE.  This food might be tol-erated. If you aren’t sure, leave it out of your diet for now. (These foods are not included in the recipes in this book.) Refer to The Paleo Approach  for more information.   MODERATION.  This food is okay to eat, but there are some compelling reasons to keep por-tions small. Refer to The Paleo  Approach  for more information.       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N celery seed  P cellulose gum  P celtuce  P centipede  P ceriman  P Ceylon spinach  P chamomile  P chanterelle  P Charentais  P chayote  P cheese  P cherimoya  P cherries  P chervil  P chestnuts  P chia  P chicken  P chickpeas  P chickweed  P chicory  P chili pepper flakes  P chili peppers  P chili powder  P Chinese artichoke  P Chinese broccoli  P Chinese mallow  P chives  P chokeberry  P chokecherry  P Christmas melon  P chrysanthemum leaves  P chuck roast  P cicada  P cilantro  P cinnamon  P citron  P clams  P clementine  P cloudberry  P clover  P cloves  P Food       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N cockles  P cockroach  P coco plum  P coconut  P coconut aminos  P coconut butter  P coconut cream  P coconut cream concentrate  P coconut flour  P coconut milk (emulsifier-free)  P coconut milk kefir (check ingredients)  P coconut milk yogurt (check ingredients)  P coconut oil  P coconut sugar  P coconut water  P coconut water vinegar  P cod  P coffee (not daily)  P collagen supplements  P collard greens  P common dab  P conch  P conger  P coriander leaf  P coriander seed  P corn  P corn oil  P corn sweetener  P corn syrup  P corn syrup solids  P cottage cheese  P cottonseed oil  P crab  P crabapple  P cranberry  P crappie  P crawfish  P cream  P cream of tartar  P creamed coconut  P Crenshaw melon  P Food  379   379 Sarah Ballantyne, PhD DE       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N cress  P cricket  P crimini  P croaker  P crocodile  P crowberry  P crystalline fructose  P cucumber  P cultured grass-fed ghee  P cumin seed  P curds  P currant  P curry leaves  P curry powder  P custard apple  P cuttlefish  P dabberlocks  P daikon  P dairy protein isolates  P dandelion  P date  P date sugar  P deer  P dehydrated cane juice  P demerara sugar  P derishi  P dextrin  P dextrose  P diastatic malt  P dill seed  P dill weed  P dove  P dragonfly  P dragonfruit  P dried fruit  P drum  P duck   P dulse  P dung beetle  P durian  P durum  P earthnut pea  P earthworm  P edamame  P edible flowers  P eel  P egg white  P Food       Y      E      S      N      O      M      A      Y      B      E      M      O      D      E      R      A      T      I      O      N egg yolk   P eggplant  P einkorn  P elderberry  P elephant foot yam  P elephant garlic  P elk   P emu  P emulsifiers (carrageenan, cellulose gum, guar gum, lecithin, xanthan gum)  P endive  P enokitake  P Ensete  P erythritol  P evaporated cane juice  P falberry  P fat hen  P fava beans  P fennel  P fennel leaf  P fennel seed  P fenugreek   P fenugreek leaves  P fera  P fernandina  P fiddlehead  P field blewit  P fig  P filefish  P fish sauce (check ingredients)  P flaxseed  P Florence fennel  P fluted pumpkin leaves  P fly pupae  P fonio  P frog  P fructose (added)  P fructose (naturally occurring)  P fruit juice  P fruit juice concentrate  P galactose  P galangal  P Galia melon  P gambooge  P gar  P garbanzo beans  P garden huckleberries  P garlic  P Food FG
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