Paleo Recipes for the Paleolithic Diet

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Paleo Recipes for the Paleolithic Diet

  1. 1. ==== ====Check out the link below for more resources and diet tips:http://paleorecipebook.toufangle.com==== ====There are many Paleo recipes to be found for health conscious people who have discovered, orrediscovered their health by sticking to the Paleolithic diet. This new - or should I say old - way ofeating consists of a diet that is proven throughout human genetic evolution.The Paleolithic diet is primarily made up of lean meats, seafood, fresh fruits, and fresh vegetables.These are all natural foods that our ancestors thrived on for many centuries. Every one of theessential dietary needs is present in these foods: vitamins, fats, protein, carbohydrates,antioxidants, and phytosterols - all of which lead to an ideal weight, optimum health, and peakathletic performance.Followers of the Paleolithic diet using Paleolithic recipes are naturally lean, have acne-free skin,have improved athleticism, and tend not to experience metabolic-related and autoimmunediseases.Some of the essentials for following Paleo recipes include:• Eliminate grains (including bread and pasta), beans (string beans, kidney beans, lentils,peanuts, snow-peas, and peas), potatoes, dairy products, sugar, and salt from your diet.• Eat meat (chicken and fish), eggs, fruit, vegetables (root vegetables), nuts (walnuts, Brazilnuts, and almonds), berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, etc).• Increase your intake of root vegetables (carrots, turnips, and rutabagas), and organ meat(liver and kidneys).When you start eating foods that are listed in the Paleo recipes, you should keep in mind that it willtake time for your body to adjust to your new diet. Start slow and work your way up to an exclusivePaleo diet - one that incorporates all meals.There are many Paleolithic recipes and Paleo cooking tips to help you get a good variety of mealsand food types into your diet. You can find anything from simple meal recipes to sophisticatedmeals that you would be proud to serve to guests.Some suggestions for Paleo recipes are:• Take a piece of meat, cook it in the oven, a pan, or a crock pot, and serve it with a side ofroasted or steamed vegetables.• Add soups, salads, stews, omelets, curries, or sauces to a meal that includes a roast thatwas cooked with herbs and spices.• Make your own stock, mayonnaise, pâté, salsa, and butter.• Add to your meal preparations foods such as bone marrow, squid, venison, liver pâté,tongue, heart, sauerkraut, and coconut.
  2. 2. The many Paleolithic recipes are available online and in books. Youll never be at a loss for recipeideas.Henry has been writing articles for nearly 3 years. His newest interest is in paleo recipes. Socheck out paleorecipes.com, which provides great information on paleo recipes and the paleolithicdiet, which can help you lose weight and improve your health.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Henry_Jeon==== ====Check out the link below for more resources and diet tips:http://paleorecipebook.toufangle.com==== ====

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