Benefits of the Paleo Diet

The paleo diet has gained a strong popular following based on the need that people have to develop a nutritional pattern that fits their lifestyle, helps them lose weight and improve their overall health. According to proponents, the Paleo diet does all three of these. The diet advocates that the users eat their foods as close to the natural state as possible, while still including cooking the food. A common description for this diet is called a Hunter-Gatherer diet because

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The Paleo Diet Basics

The premise behind the paleo diet is that the only foods eaten are those that your great-great-great-great-grandmother would have had access to. If there is a hint of the food having been processed in any way, then it’s not in your meal plan. Of course the paleo plan goes beyond that simple explanation . . . but it’s fun to think of eating only what 4th great grandmother Annabella ate as she was canning tomatoes on the farm. In fact,

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What is the Paleo Diet?

Basically, the Paleo diet is an effort to revert your diet back to the way people used to eat, before processed foods, sugary additives and pesticides and toxins. For several million years men and women foraged for their foods. They hunted, fished and planted. But, while our diet has changed over the years, our bodies haven’t. This means that while our taste buds have gotten used to high sugar content, lots of carbohydrates and processed and boxed foods, our digestive

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The #1 Problem With The World’s Fastest-Growing Diet…

  Ever heard of the “Paleo Diet”? If you haven’t – its a diet based around eating REAL FOODS – unprocessed & organic. Whether you have or not, what you probably DON’T realize is that it’s the fastest growing “diet” in the world right now. From celebrities, chefs, elite athletes… even fitness experts–everyone is eager to try it or adopt it. And for good reason! Because no other diet or eating plan provides so many benefits so fast: – Increased

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