Food Matters TV from 117 ratings

“This film is a great showcase for the paleo movement and deserves to be seen!”

Tony FedericoAuthor of Paleo Grilling

”The film strips back the hype and focuses on real-life stories of people who follow this way of eating.”

James ColquhounFilmmaker of Food Matters & Hungry for Change

“It is not only great filmmaking – but the content also made me rethink my eating.”

Jason BrubakerFilm Producer, Los Angeles

“Really well done!  I can see this film making waves and changing a lot of lives…”

Kimberly DiltsProducer, Angel’s Perch

“Fascinating, well-constructed film.”

Yoel Nooraliourscreen, Catalogue Manager, London UK

“A truly superb documentary film! I absolutely loved it.”

Richard BaggsPrimal Pantry, UK

“The stories were real and inspiring. Well done!”

Aimee ClarkPrimal Influence, Brisbane, Australia

Can a film make individuals rethink their approach to health?
Better yet, can a film make people rethink their approach to health and drive social change?

By expanding public awareness of an urgent issue, changing consumer behavior, altering corporate policy, and providing advocates with an effective tool, a film can indeed make a great deal of a difference. –In fact, who can forget McDonald’s (which was heavily criticized for their unhealthy offering) famously taking off the super-sized items from their menu, following the release of highly popular documentary film Supersize Me?

We Love Paleo aims to be that effective tool; Whether you are looking for solutions that will directly improve your health or have already done so and are now eager to find means to help others around you… we believe this film will support your efforts.

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What is Paleo?

  • Plant-centric nutrition

  • No processed foods

  • Grain free

  • Zero to moderate dairy intake

  • No added sugars

  • No legumes

  • No vegetable oils

Michelle from has put together a great description that captures the essence of eating Paleo:

In a nutshell, the Paleo diet (or, as I like to think of it, the Paleo template—the word “diet” tends to mislead folks into thinking this is nothing more than a temporary weight-loss program) is based on the notion that for optimal health, modern humans should go back to eating real, whole unprocessed foods that are more healthful than harmful to our bodies.

Over the past 200,000 years, humans have biologically adapted best to whole foods: plants, meat, seafood—all of them packed with the nutrients our bodies evolved to thrive on. Agriculture came on the scene a mere 10,000 years ago—a tiny fraction of our evolutionary history—and there simply hasn’t been enough time and evolutionary pressure for humans to completely adapt to eating modern foods like wheat, sugar, chemically processed vegetable and seed oils, and other “Neolithic” foods.

It’s not a coincidence that many modern diseases of civilization—including autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and rampant obesity—have accompanied the global spread of industrialized food. That’s why the Paleo approach emphasizes returning to a more ancestral approach to eating.


Everything starts with great health.

When you have great health anything is possible. Take health away and life loses its meaning!
We know that We Love Paleo will help others; we emphatically encourage you to join us now in our efforts to help people live healthier lives!