7 Things You Should Know about the Paleo Diet

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The Paleolithic Diet is a modern diet requiring the sole or predominant consumption of foods presumed to have been the only foods either available or consumed by humans during the Paleolithic era.

 

#1 Paleo is a lifestyle!
It is not a temporary diet, but rather a lifestyle. You don’t just stop it if & when you start feeling better or reached your weight goal. You stick to it and embed it to your everyday life.

 

#2 Eat only what you can gather & hunt
A Paleo Diet rule: If you couldn’t hunt it or gather it back in the Paleolithic days, you probably shouldn’t eat it. The diet consists of vegetables, fruit, nuts & meat.

 

#3 It isn’t just about the food
Surviving in the Paleolithic age meant a constant “on the go” lifestyle. People on that era are fit because they move a lot and so should you.

 

#4 Cut out dairy & processed foods
No dairy is allowed on the Paleo Diet. Same goes for anything that comes in a box or tin can.

 

#5 Popular People are into it!
Celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Megan Fox, Jessica Biel, etc. are into the diet. Aside for the fact that they can afford it, it also means the diet works.

 

#6 Can be pricey!
Healthy meats like lean ground beef & boneless, skinless chicken breasts cost an average of 28 cents more per serving. Even switching from peanut butter to almond butter will cost you, it goes for up to $14 a jar.

 

#7 It is difficult!
It requires a lot of planning, preparation, & mental resolve. For example, eating out on the diet isn’t as simple as ordering chicken & some veggies. You have to consider, In what oil was the chicken cooked? Did any of the veggies toppings come processed, canned, or packaged?

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