Basically you eat game and vegetables with some fruit — no dairy, no nightshades, no legumes and no grains. You don't need to eat eggs or chicken necessarily, if you want to eat eggs read up on Barry Sears' diet. Chicken is excluded by some proponents of the diet. Obviously for many people on this diet regular meat is going to be the go rather than game. The idea that you will be eating a lot of meat is not necessarily true, there are a lot of vegetables to explore. You may want to check out some of the bad side effects of the diet like constipation and cramps and what people do about it before you start the diet. Protein at every meal seems to be what the diet proposes. Protein type foods satiate your hunger and can be a snack food if you are hungry when on this diet. Some proponents of the diet propose some fruit with protein at breakfast which does not really seem to go together. Interestingly legumes are not recommended by some food combining diet proponents. It can be an expensive diet. If you analyse what many people eat, it is a heap of starch which is very cheap — meat and vegetables are not. Similarly when you are out at restaurants ordering sufficient side dishes of vegetables and salad to avoid the inevitable potatoes (chips/fries) may bump up your bill, unless your are fortunate enough to come across sweet potato. Nuts and seeds (excluding peanuts) can fit in somewhere when you are not eating meat. Recipes — it is quite easy to throw some meat, such as offal, in a pan with a heap of greens and cook up something really tasty. Remember seafood is on the menu as well as all those salad vegetables. For some reason some people have problems transitioning into this diet perhaps because they eat way too much meat and not enough plants. It is not as easy as low fat raw vegan to start this diet. Your body loves sugar and this diet does cause some reverberations as you transition into it. Read up on what to expect when starting it. The Inuit have lived on a diet of mainly fat in the past so you may last a while on this diet with a meat emphasis but after some short term benefits it may not be sustainable. It is reasonably socially compatible, Just remember to ask them to hold the cheese, dump the bun and skip the fries when you order your burger and side salad.