i really like the idea of a label. Paleo 2.0 sounds better to me than post paleo. Whenever someone is asking what diet I'm following, i can tell it in one word. Before paleo 2.0 i've told I'm on panu. If they get interested they will find a kickass post by Kurt Harris.
I'd never tell i'm on paleo. Just google it! The Homepage of Loren Cordain is the Top Search Result, where you find something like this:
While skinless chicken breasts and turkey cutlets may still qualify as your best bets, even red meat can be healthy if kept lean and eaten in moderation. For the leanest ground beef, look for ground round (the leanest), followed by ground sirloin, ground chuck, and then regular ground beef (but aim for at least 90 to 95 percent lean, which contains about 5 grams of total fat per serving). ... No matter what recipe you’re preparing, though, trim the visible fat before cooking meat — even if it’s lean.
this sounds so much better, doesn't it? :
- Start eating proper fats - Use healthy animal fats or coconut fat to substitute fat calories for calories that formerly came from sugar and flour. Drink whole cream or coconut milk.
from the Getting Started Guide linked on http://www.paleonu.com/panu-weblog/2011/3/30/paleo-20-a-diet-manifesto.html