What are the most popular variations on the general theme of paleo diets? Can you describe them in fifteen words or less? If so, please submit your suggestion and they'll be added to the alphabetically-ordered list.
Archevore: Avoid neolithic agents of disease such as gluten and excess fructose and n6 fatty acids
Colpo: Protein per LBM, carbs per activity level, rest natural fat. Eat "paleo" foods, no grains.
Deep Nutrition: Eat meat on bone, fermented foods, sprouted stuff and fresh plants, and organ meats
Faileo: Low-fat turkey and chicken breast, steamed broccoli and carrots, "paleo" almond nut brownies.
Foodie Paleo: Spend more of budget on paleo-ish food, emphasize hedonism, reject term "foodie"
Lazy-Ass Paleo: Slim Jim's, Fake Cheese, Questionable apples, from locally owned smoke shop, beer is ok -head in sand.
Leangains: Fasting and Lotsa protein and carbs after lifting, cycled with lower carb, without paleo emphasis
Leptin Rx: Optimizing hormones and electrons through protein breakfast, potentially cold adaptation, etc.
Low Reward: Avoiding seasonings and added flavors to decrease overeating from eating rewarding (rewarding not equal to palatable) foods
Perfect Health Diet: Quantifying macronutrients and micronutrients with moderate "safe starches", nutrient dense foods, and supplement list
Primal: Paleo without remnants of Cordain like saturated fat avoidance, absolutely no dairy, etc
PSMF, paleo style: Eat pretty much only animal protein and veggies with negligable fat and carbs for rapid fat loss
Raw Paleo: Raw paleo foods, duh. Often includes only meat or mostly meat.'
Ray Peat: Coconut, fruit, sugar, orange juice, dairy, salt, and gelatin diet for warmth, hair and sex.
Rosedale Diet: High fat, low carb, lowish protein for longevity and weight loss
Slow Carb: Paleo with lots of beans, less fat emphasis, and required cheat days.
Wahls Diet: Multiple Sclerosis diet with sulfurous veggies, berries, seaweed, organs
Whole 30: Paleo diet with no "cheats" for 30 days