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So How Does the Paleo Diet Work?

I know, it sounds like a fad/marketing ploy, but The Paleo Diet isn’t really a “diet,” and it’s actually quite legit. It’s also the most time-tested diet ever. You see, tens of thousands of years ago, before Nike, Cap’n Crunch, and Healthy Choice meals, our ancient ancestors thrived as hunter-gatherers. Although it’s been a really long time, our genetics haven’t changed that much since then. And yet…

The average Homo Sapien back then: muscular, agile, athletic, and incredibly versatile.

The average Homo Sapien now: overweight, out of shape, stressed out, unhappy, sleep deprived and dying from far too many preventable diseases due due to lifestyle choices.

A few thousand years ago, humans discovered farming, the agricultural revolution took off, and we advanced from hunter-gatherers to farmers. We settled down, formed societies, and the human race progressed to what we are today. Which is obviously great for a number of reasons (air conditioning! Nintendo! cars!) The problem is, our bodies never adjusted properly to eating all the grains  and sugar that we we’re now consuming.

As paleo guru Robb Wolf puts it, think of a 100-yard football field. The first 99.5 yards are how long Homo-Sapiens spent as hunter-gatherers. As they became REALLY good at hunting and gathering our bodies adapted to that lifestyle over thousands of years. That last half-yard represents our species after the agricultural revolution, where our diet has shifted (but our genetics haven’t).

So, instead of loading up on meat, vegetables and seasonal fruits, we’ve become a species “dependent” upon grains – bread, pasta, rice, corn, and so on. The government continues to recommend 6-11 servings of grains a day, and people continue to get fatter and fatter by the day.

66% of us are overweight, 33% are considered obese, and those numbers are only getting worse

Everything You Need to Know About the Paleo Diet

The paleo diet (also nicknamed the caveman diet, primal diet, Stone Age diet, and hunter-gatherer diet) is hugely popular these days, and goes by one simple question: What would a caveman eat? Here, we explain what the paleo diet involves, its pros and cons, and, ultimately, what a modern person needs to know to decide whether or not to take the paleo diet plunge.

The paleo diet runs on the same foods our hunter-gather ancestors supposedly ate: fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, and nuts. “By following these nutritional guidelines, we put our diet more in line with the evolutionary pressures that shaped our current genetics, which in turn positively influences health and well being,” says Loren Cordain, PhD, professor of health and exercise science at Colorado State University and author of The Paleo Diet. He says the diet lessens the body’s glycemic load, has a healthy ratio of saturated-to-unsaturated fatty acids, increases vitamin and nutrient consumption, and contains an optimal balance of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.

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Every week, you’ll get access to a brand new paleo meal plan specifically for that week. A dead-simple plan, for every day of the week. No fluff. No junk. No confusion.

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Every recipe in our meal plans meets our “15 minute, 5 ingredient” guarantee, so you know that you don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen or shop for weird hard to pronounce ingredients.

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Along with each meal, you get an easy-to-follow shopping list that you can bring along to the grocery store so you know exactly what to get and save even more time

Essential Paleo Diet Tips
  • The diet does not specify portions of the allowed foods, and because there aren’t a ton of approved foods, you may find yourself overeating some of them. This wouldn’t be a calorie issue if you ate a lot of lettuce, but could be a problem if you ate a 5-pound jar of nuts.
  • The diet is higher in protein, which is an important nutrient to build and maintain muscle. But too much protein usually means too little carbohydrate, which is the energy source for exercise.
  • The amount of carbohydrates may be inadequate for athletes. The diet does allow some carbohydrates, but it is still fairly restrictive.
What Can’t You Eat on the Paleo Diet?
  • Grains, such as oats, wheat, barley, and rice — which means no cereal, bread, pasta, bagels, crackers, or granola bars
  • Starchy vegetables, such as potatoes and corn, as well as potato and corn chips, tortillas, and popcorn
  • Legumes or beans — so no peanuts or peanut butter; no soy foods, such as soy milk, tofu, or edamame; no hummus or beans of any kind
  • Dairy products — so no milk, yogurt, cheese, or ice cream
  • High-fat meats, such as salami, bologna, pepperoni, hot dogs, ground meat, rib roast, and ribs
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Benefits of Paleo Diet

Healthy Cells

You may not realize it, but every cell in your body is made from both saturated and unsaturated fat and your cells depend on a healthy balance of the two in order to properly send messages in and out.
The paleo diet naturally provides a perfect balance of fats because it suggests both in healthy amounts while other diets limit one or the other.

Healthy Brain

One of the best sources of protein and fat suggested by the paleo diet comes from cold water fish; ideally wild-caught salmon.
Salmon fat is packed full of omega 3 fatty acids which is lacking in the average American diet. This is a problem because within omega 3 fatty acids contains DHA which is known to be good for the eyes, heart, and most importantly for brain development and function!
Other sources of omega 3 fatty acids are found in pasture-raised meats and eggs. Gets some!

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More Muscle, Less Fat

The paleo diet relies heavily on animal flesh and with it comes healthy protein. This protein is very anabolic and is used for building new cells like muscle mass.
The more muscle you have the better your metabolism will work, period! This is because muscles require energy to move and in order to move bigger muscles you must store more energy in them! This allows your body to send energy to muscle cells instead of fat cells!
By increasing muscle cells and shrinking fat cells (through a healthy paleo diet) any extra energy will be transported to glycogen in your muscles versus triglycerides in your fat cells!

Better Gut Health

Sugar, man-made fats and other processed junk all cause inflammation within your intestinal tract. Unfortunately when you match too much processed foods with a lot of stress you can get what’s called “leaky gut syndrome” which is when your intestinal walls are breached and things that don’t normally leave the tunnel end up leaking out!

Obviously you want to keep your food in your digestive tract until it’s ready to be transported to your cells! There is not supposed to be a shortcut for this!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Paleo Diet
EAT
  • Grass-fed meats.
  • Fish/seafood.
  • Fresh fruits.
  • Fresh vegetables.
  • Eggs.
  • Nuts.
  • Seeds.
  • Healthy oils (olive, walnut, flaxseed, macadamia, avocado, coconut)

When you are following the Paleo Diet, you can eat anything we could hunt or gather way back in the day – things like meats, fish, nuts, leafy greens, regional veggies, and seeds.

It’s well known that following a paleo diet can help you lose weight. It’s high in protein, low in carbs, may reduce appetite and eliminates highly processed foods and added sugar. If you don’t like counting calories, evidence suggests the paleo diet could be a great option.

In general, eating Paleo means eating veggies, fruits, meats, fish, certain fats, nuts, and seeds. It means removing grains (breads, pastas, rice, etc), beans, soy, dairy, certain vegetable oils, and refined sugar from your diet.

A lot of people following Paleo won’t consume regular milk, cheese or yogurt, but will enjoy generous amounts of butter. I think it’s a sensible choice because it’s almost all fat and especially saturated fat with usually too little lactose to cause a problem.

  • Dairy products.
  • Sugary fruit juice.
  • Soda and other soft drinks.
  • Energy drinks.
  • Grains and legumes.
  • Processed meat.
  • Snack food.
  • Unnaturally salted food.

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Paleo Is a Diet Rich in Nutrients

It’s really a return to the type of eating your body naturally craves and was designed for. And that’s why it works. It’s based on how we humans evolved for literally millions of years.

And takes us back to our origins. A time when nobody got fat. When we were all strong, lean and had boundless energy. And when there were no degenerative diseases.

Paleo focuses on real, whole, unprocessed foods. This reduces, and in most cases eliminates, consumption of preservatives, additives, artificial colours and flavours, hidden sugars, artificial sweeteners, sodium and flavour enhancers. As a result, you eliminate toxins and increase nutrient intake.

Paleo is a diet rich in nutrients, placing a huge emphasis on fresh organic vegetables. Instead of filling up on processed carbs such as bread and pasta, Paleo followers get their daily dose of goodness through organic lean meat, veggies, fruit and berries, healthy fats, nuts and seeds, all of which are full of vitamins and minerals.

 

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