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Paleo Diet - What To Consume


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Paleo Reipes, Find reviews and the best way to continue eating healthy.

Paleo Reipes, Find reviews and the best way to continue eating healthy.

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  • 1. ==== ====Check out the link below for more resources and diet tips: ====Today obesity has become a common health problem around the world. It is caused by manyfactors, and one of them is poor diet. Back in the olden days, people ate healthier. Todays busy,fast-paced life, on the other hand, encourages us to consume instant or processed foods such ascanned and junk food which are rich in fats, calories, chemicals, as well as preservatives.If you want to lose weight and get fit, you need to make some changes in your lifestyle. The late1990s saw the return of the Paleolithic (pre-agricultural) diet. The Paleolithic diet is also oftenreferred to as Paleo diet, caveman diet, hunter-gatherer diet, and Stone Age diet. This dietaryregimen is based on the presumed ancient diet of wild plants and animals consumed by ancienthumans during the Paleolithic era which started around 2.5 million years ago and ended around10,000 years ago along with the emergence of agriculture.Although Paleolithic humans hunted and gathered for survival, it does not mean that you have todo the same, too. The diet program mimics the diet of the pre-agricultural humans, and has beenadjusted to the modern foods available today. The Paleo diet consists of grass-fed pasture raisedmeats (beef, lamb), hunted meats (venison, wild boar, bison, rabbit), poultry (chicken, goose,duck), game birds (pheasant, wild turkey, quail), fish, unprocessed fats (animal fat, lard), fruits,vegetables, nuts, roots, as well as herbs and spices. All of these ingredients can be obtained fromyour local market or supermarket easily. Meanwhile, legumes, grains, salt, refined sugar, dairyproducts, and processed oils are excluded. The Paleo diet does not require you to count thecalories that you take and burn off every day. Instead, you are allowed to consume foods that arehigh in proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial nutrients, but you will have to limitcarbohydrates and avoid preservatives and other unnatural ingredients.Since Paleo diet does not encourage the use of salt and sugar as flavor enhancers, you may find itdifficult to cook decent meals without them. Therefore, if you really want to give this program a try,you will need a proper guide on how to prepare some delicious meals. There are numerous Paleorecipe books available all over the internet and in bookstores. Paleo diet cookbooks usuallycontain a Paleo meal plan, spices and herbs guide, and a collection of healthy, delicious recipes.Paleo diet helps you to get better health by consumption of healthier, more natural foods. Helpyourself finding Expynos Diet Recipes by clicking our link.Article Source:
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