Eating the Paleo Way


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Eating the Paleo Way

  1. 1. ==== ====Check out the link below for more resources and diet tips: ====The Paleo diet follows the basic principles of the eating habits in the Stone Age; following the leadof our ancestors. It focuses on the basic food groups, which are meat, fruit, vegetables, seafood,nuts and seeds. The foods on this meal plan are natural and healthy; eliminating all processedfoods, dairy, wheat and sugar. It provides a variety of health benefits and it can be followed byanyone. The diet is also naturally low in saturated fat and carbohydrates; focusing on lean animalproteins.The main focus of the Paleo diet is on healthy food groups; basically eliminating any food groupthat was not available to the cavemen in the Paleolithic era. Our ancestors did not have access toany dairy products; and the same goes for cereal grains. These items were only introduced to usless than 10,000 years ago. Since research has proven that the human genome has changedabout 0.02% during the last 40,000 years, our bodies still carry the genetic memory of ourancestors digestive systems. The aim of the diet is to follow their dietary patterns; eating onlywhen you are hungry and staying within the basic natural food groups.As mentioned above, there are certain food groups to avoid on this diet. Processed foods are ontop of this list. Anything that has been packaged or processed should be avoided. The same goesfor grains; even if the label says "wheat free" you should still avoid them completely. Avoidingthese items will mean that you would need to avoid foods such as bread, pasta, pizza, cookiesand rice. Dairy products are also on the avoid list; so try to steer clear of milk, cheese, yoghurt,butter and ice cream. Syrups and sweeteners should also be avoided on this program; they have anegative influence on your blood sugar levels. When you are looking for something sweet, rathertry to snack on a piece of fruit, or a handful of nuts and seeds.The Paleo offers a lot of health benefits; including a reduced risk of cancer and heart disease; aswell as increased energy levels. Your metabolism will also increase over time; meaning that youwill lose excess weight when following the Paleo diet. Research has shown that you can lose asmuch as fifteen pounds in six months on the Paleo plan; and even more when you incorporate asound exercise plan as well. It will improve your digestive system too; providing you with essentialfatty acids and fiber in your meals.You will find a lot of Paleo diet information online; including recipes, articles, success stories andbooks. It is a good idea to read up on other individuals experience on this diet, and the way thattheir lives improved. The Paleo book from Dr. Loren Cordain is also jam-packed with essentialinformation, tips and guidance for anyone considering following the Paleo diet. The diet is ideal foranyone; increasing your energy levels, reducing your risk of heart disease and improving yourdigestive system.
  2. 2. David Delong is a diet and exercise enthusiast and author.He lives in Newport Beach, CA and spends his time teaching others how to live a healthy lifestyleeating the Paleo way. His latest book is, Healthy Paleo DietArticle Source: ====Check out the link below for more resources and diet tips: ====