One of the reasons that I do not use the terms cave man diet and hunter gatherer diet as much is because I think they take away from the point. The term cave man has some pejorative sentiment behind it and I think it dilutes what the paleolithic foods movement is all about. Maybe this is just a reaction to the infamous Geico commercials, but I just think it’s more appropriate to relate this method of food to the time. In fact, it was not necessarily the cavemen who sat down and thought of the perfect diet for their people. The diet came about as a product of its time: the paleolithic era. Maybe this is just a rant, but I try to avoid the other terms when I can. As I’ve posted before, there really is not difference in the diet or food list itself.