How to turn Paleo the easy way

So you’ve been wondering about your diet and thinking about paleo, but it’s all a bit confusing?

Paleo guru Pete Evans will have you sorted at Noosa Food & Wine 2016 with a chat-style event on The Paleo Way, his 10-week activation program.

To eat foods that are nutritious and delicious 
compared to foods that are going to make your body weaker, 
it really is a no-brainer.

I started the Q&As with a few of my own to Pete.

How long have you been following the paleo diet and what changes has it made to your life?

Over five years now and the results are amazing. I have more energy and vitality, no more brain fog, digestive issues and skin issues are gone plus a chin or two!

What do you say to those who are willing, but overcome by the idea of moving to a paleo diet?

It is the simplest choice in the world to make. To eat foods that are nutritious and delicious compared to foods that are going to make your body weaker, it really is a no-brainer.

What is your favourite paleo dish?

I can’t go past a good roast with veggies

Who will be the ones to watch in the 'Surfers versus Chefs' breakfast on Sunday?

I think the chefs will have the edge over the surfers!  Ha-ha.

Well you better be on top form Pete, because my insider information says there’s a few top surf pros in the other team.  Good luck!

The Paleo Way with Pete Evans runs from 10 am to 12 pm on Saturday May 21.  Tickets cost $95 and include a light bite and welcome drink plus Pete’s 10-week activation program which is activated post event.

Be on the beach on Sunday from 6.30 am for breakfast and surfing entertainment provided by Pete Evans, Peter Kuruvita, Andreas Nielsen, Ben O’Donoghue and Samantha Gowing as they compete in the waves against surfing professionals.

The competition starts at 6.30am and is run by Classic Malibu in support of SurfAid. There’s also enjoy a free Pilates class from Luxe Fitness Escapes.

You’ll need to purchase a $30 ticket to the Surfers VS Chefs Breakfast. 

Disclaimer:  This post is sponsored by Noosa Food & Wine 2016

Kerry Heaney

Kerry Heaney is a food sherpa, travelling the world bite by bite. For her, it's all about where to go to eat and where to eat when you go, and she's been writing about that for the past 20 years. A writer and editor who contributes regular food and travel feature stories for RACQ's The Road Ahead and a range of other print publications, Kerry has been sharing food love through Eat, drink + be Kerry for eight years. Although dedicated to eating her way around the world, Kerry is an expert on Queensland food and has written the Queensland food component for several Hardie Grant titles.  Kerry is immediate past president and a current committee member of the Australian Travel Writers Society (ASTW).