Wild Foodism is all-inclusive


No matter which dietary protocol you adhere to, slight alterations can be made to improve the quailty and diversity of the foods you ingest.  Wild Foodism cannot be compared to any particular diet, but rather can be used to augment every single one.

A vegetarian dieter can replace store-bought greens with wild greens foraged throughout the week.

A fruitarian dieter can replace hybridized fruits with wild fruits picked at the peak of freshness.

A paleo dieter can replace pastured meats with wild game harvested sustainably.

As you can see, any diet can be upgraded with the simple replacement of nutritionally-inferior domesticated produce with nutrient-intense wild food.  It doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing approach either; the more wild food you include in your diet, the better.


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