Have you ever wanted to share the same diet as a prehistoric caveman? On Saturday, June 28, Basset’s Health Food is hosting a class on the benefits of the paleolithic diet. The controversial nutritional plan follows the eating habits of ancient humans, which means no dairy, processed grains or processed sugars. Paleo-eaters instead consume meats, vegetables, fruits, nuts and tubers such as sweet potatoes and squash, which they claim leads to a healthier lifestyle. Attendees will learn specifics of the diet while fielding questions and concerns.
1pm. Bassett’s Health Foods, 3344 Secor Rd. 419-531-0334. bassettshealthfoods.com