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Review: TrailFork Paleoats

When it comes to eating in the backcountry, I try to mirror my day-to-day eating habits as closely as possible. After all, changing things up just because I'm away from home can have all sorts of less-than-ideal effects on my digestion and how I feel.

Boulder-based Trailfork founder Lillian Hoodes has a similar philosophy. Backpacking trips generally require planning meals that provide plenty of calories and nutrition to sustain you, but don't take up too much room and don't weigh you down. And when you eat a Paleo diet at home like she does, it can be a challenge to find good tasting, portable options. (The same can be true if you have an other dietary restrictions or preferences that make standard portable meals tough to find.)

With Trailfork's Day Supply, you fill out a survey detailing everything from where you're going to how long your trip is, the distance you plan to cover, dietary preferences, allergies, and your trip dates. From there, the Trailfork team c…

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