PDF Archive

Easily share your PDF documents with your contacts, on the Web and Social Networks.

Send a file File manager PDF Toolbox Search Help Contact

All About The Paleo Diet .pdf

Original filename: All About The Paleo Diet.pdf
Author: Jeffrey Stratton

This PDF 1.5 document has been generated by Microsoft® Word 2010, and has been sent on pdf-archive.com on 12/12/2012 at 17:55, from IP address 98.245.x.x. The current document download page has been viewed 779 times.
File size: 122 KB (11 pages).
Privacy: public file

Download original PDF file

Document preview

All About The Paleo Diet
5 Informational Paleo Diet Articles
Compiled By: McStratton eMarketing

Click Here For Paleo Diet Recipes

Article 1
Paleo Diet Meal Plan: Tips for a Successful Paleo Diet
By Paul Christensen
This article assumes that you are already familiar with the Paleo diet and now want
to adopt it for yourself. The "Paleo diet" has an obscure sounding name and lots of
seemingly bizarre rules: no bread or beans? Despite the list of dos and don'ts, the
theory is the easy part, the doing it is the hard part.
Eat only what the earliest humans ate.
It's that simple. What isn't so simple is keeping your commitment. If you're like me,
or most humans really, goal setting easy. How many New Year's Resolutions have
you made? How many have you fulfilled? So before you jump into the Paleo diet
only to abandon it a few days in, set yourself up for success.
Make a Paleo diet meal plan
My least favorite part about adopting a new healthy eating regiment is that
invariably the cookbooks will list out recipes which require ingredients I don't have.
Since you can't buy 1 tablespoon of paprika, I end up buying a whole bottle... and
more than I need of countless other ingredients. Meal plans are tedious, boring,
and rigid. "I'll just go with the flow," I tell myself. The problem is that going with
the flow requires a mastery which I do not yet possess. I need a Paleo diet meal
plan because if I don't have one, I'll end up eating unseasoned chicken breast and
apples for every meal of every day. That is not sustainable.
You can make a plan yourself or find one online but you need a plan. A goal without
a plan is only a fantasy. Map out what you'll eat for the next 1 - 4 weeks. You don't
need an exact meal by meal "I have to eat this Tuesday for lunch" but you should
have enough meals to get you through. You should also make sure you have
enough breakfasts, enough lunches, enough dinners, and enough snacks. Never
underestimate snacking. If you don't plan for snacks, you'll either ditch your Paleo

diet meal plan immediately and opt for a non-Paleo snack or you'll be so hungry
when meal time comes around that you don't stick to the Paleo diet meal plan. You
don't want that.
Include a variety of foods in case you're just not in the mood for something and
make sure you, at least in the beginning, stick with what you know. If you can't
prepare, or don't really like, the food you're eating, you won't stick to your Paleo
diet meal plan.
Evolve: if humans did it, so can you.
Start with foods you know and like but don't stay there. Gradually introduce new
foods into your Paleo diet meal plan over time. Your first week should be only foods
you know and love. Your second week, try to eat something new once per day.
After that, try to incorporate something new and unusual into every meal. A key
component to the Paleo diet is variety. Hunter-Gatherers didn't have the luxury of a
grocery store, or even a Paleo diet meal plan; they ate what was available. You
need to intentionally branch out in the beginning because we have been conditioned
to only eat certain types of food (cereal, bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast; a
turkey sandwich for lunch, pasta or casserole for dinner).
Ultimately, a written meal plan and specific commitment are crucial for your
success in converting to a Paleo diet. Hey, if humans could do it before the
invention of indoor plumbing, I think you can handle it too.
Paul Christensen is an on-again-off again vegan, vegetarian, raw foodie, Paleo
dieter, exercise enthusiast, fast foodie, couch potato. You can learn more about
how to set up your own paleo diet meal plan [http://paleodietmealplan.com/paleodiet-meal-plan/] at his website [http://paleodietmealplan.com/]
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Paul_Christensen

Article 2
Where Does The Paleo Diet Menu Come From?
By Oliver R. James
Diets of every type and description are now a huge part of modern society. Given
all the choices, it's to your best interest to have a working knowledge of any diet
you choose to follow. A lot of the currently popular diets suggest limiting the
amounts of meat you eat. Cutting back on carbohydrates and focusing primarily on
fruits and vegetables is also a common theme. What makes the Paleo diet different
from any other diet is what it's based on, the eating habits of the very first human
Paleo stands for Paleolithic or the time period we now refer to as the Stone Age.
Another way to understand the Paleo diet is to call it the "Hunter Gatherer Diet" as
it's made up of foods that could be hunted (meats and seafood) and gathered
(fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds). At its' most common level, the Paleo diet is
based on eating foods available to our ancient ancestors before the start of
agriculture and animal husbandry. The founding principle of the Paleo diet is that
modern humans are hereditarily suited to match the diet eaten by ancient man fresh unprocessed food. The Paleo diet is full of foods with a high nutritional value.
Lean meats and seafood, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds make up your menu
list. Foods created after the start of agriculture such as grains, dairy, sugar and salt
and any processed combination of this list are to be avoided as they lead towards
weight gain and a variety of health problems such as high cholesterol, heart disease
and diabetes.
Because it promotes high protein consumption, the Paleo diet is popular with
athletes of many different sports. Basic components of the diet are chicken, turkey,
beef, pork, game meats, lamb, fish and shell fish, fruits and vegetables, nuts and
seeds. Root vegetables are super popular but try to avoid the starchy ones such as
potatoes and sweet potatoes. All of these foods should be free of additives.
Something we all should avoid for good health!
So now you know the theory behind the Paleo diet, you might be asking yourself
why you should give it a try. There are many compelling reasons about living the
"Paleo" lifestyle. A Paleo menu is naturally low in
carbohydrates and in calories. A diet low in carbohydrates has been shown to lower
the risk of developing coronary heart disease. The diet is also high in fiber - a good
thing. A good level of fiber in your diet helps lessen the chances of contracting
coronary heart disease or diabetes. Another plus for high fiber is the potential for
weight loss.

If you're an allergy sufferer, the Paleo diet is a great choice. A huge number of
processed foods made by humans contain gluten and/or casein. Gluten and casein
are common ingredients in developing allergies. If you follow the Paleo diet, you
will not be eaten any of these ingredients so that part of the allergy problem is
removed from the equation. "Paleo" approved foods are based on the menu
available to ancient man before agriculture came about. That means no salt, sugar
or additives. It also means on trans fats or hydrogenated oils. Consumption of trans
fats and hydrogenated oils is linked to serious weight gain and a whole host of
other weight problems. With the Paleo diet, you're giving yourself an excellent
chance to improve or restore your health. What could be better. Here's to your
To find out exactly how I discovered a Paleo diet menu
[http://www.recipesforpaleodiet.org/the-paleo-diet-menu/] that's easy to follow,
visit my website about essential guidelines for the Paleo diet
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Oliver_R._James

Article 3
All The Facts About The Paleo Diet?
With all the various diet plans on the market today it might be difficult to
distinguish the good from the bad. Most of these diets will either eliminate
carbohydrates altogether, or restrict the amount of meat in your plan. It is very
important to familiarize yourself with the diet plan of your choice; especially the
basic concept behind the plan. The Paleo diet has gained a lot of popularity recently
and with good reason; so you might ask: “What is the Paleo diet”?
The Paleo Diet (or “Hunter Gatherer Diet” as it is often referred to) is based on the
way our ancestors in the Paleolithic (Stone Age) era lived. They made use of the
basic food groups; like meat, seafood, fruits and vegetables. All processed food,
dairy products, grains and soft drinks should be avoided while on this diet; since
these items were not available in the ancient times. There are a lot of different
meals you can dish up while on the Paleo diet and you can serve them up to the
whole family. With the variety of fruit and vegetables that you can eat freely, you
can easily snack on healthy foods in-between meals. Just keep in mind to stay
away from the starchy veggies like potatoes. Nuts and seeds are also encouraged;
just avoid the salted versions though.
Weight loss is one of the best benefits of the Paleo diet. Since the diet is naturally
low in carbohydrates and high in protein, your metabolism will start to speed up
over time; allowing you to lose up to 15 pounds in six months naturally. By adding
a decent training program, you can significantly increase the amount of weight lost
on this diet. The diet is also naturally high in fiber, which is excellent for your
digestive system.
The Paleo Diet is very popular amongst athletes and health professionals; providing
a lot of health benefits to all its followers. It is high in protein; focusing mainly on
meat products, seafood, fruits, vegetables and nuts. You can try delicious recipes
on this diet such as Lemon Chicken Kebabs, as well as the old favorites like Steak
and Eggs; just add salads! The options on this diet is virtually endless; and the fiber
and veggies will help to keep your feeling fuller for longer, eliminating excessive
The Paleo diet is suitable for everyone. Since wheat and dairy products are common
causes of food allergies and digestive problems, you will naturally improve health
by following this diet. The Paleo meal plans do not contain any cereal grains or
dairy products; so you will eliminate foods like milk, butter, cheese, yoghurt, bread,
barley, oatmeal and rice.

The Paleo Diet is a healthy option for anyone looking to improve their health, lose
weight and reduce their risk of heart disease and diabetes. There are a huge
number of meal plans to follow and a lot of healthy, delicious recipes to serve to the
entire family.
By: David Delongs
Article Directory: http://www.articledashboard.com
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 lifestyle eating
the Paleo way. His latest book is, "The Paleo Plan: How to Easily Get Lean and Fit
By Following Our Ancient Ancestors" Want to learn more about how you get lean
and have more energy eating on the Paleo Plan visit my website Get Fit and Healthy
in 7 Days!

Article 4
What You Can Eat On A Paleo Diet
In case you are not used to the food, you could have a little hassle identifying just
what foods will be suitable and also just what foods you ought to stay away from.
In principle, generally if the people surviving in the Stone Age could not enjoy a
specific food, you then really shouldn't, either. With that being said, there are
numerous foods on the market that can be wholesome and also best for your
overall health that just weren't enjoyed by our those in the far past. Whether or not
you determine to strictly keep to the Paleo diet, or stick to it using a somewhat
more independence, you can find key foods which have been emphasized.
One of many standard products for the Paleo is trim meat. The leaner meats are
loaded with protein, which in turn stimulates best growth. Several low in fat meats
that can be suggested for Paleo diets are generally pork chops, lean beef, London
broil, lean pork, flank steak, and in essence virtually any lean cut of meat. Lean
poultry, similar to white chicken meat or perhaps turkey breast may also be
encouraged. Eggs may also be a brilliant food to use in your daily diet, but ensure
you confine your egg eating to half a dozen eggs weekly.
Fish and shellfish aficionados don't worry -- fish is an important element of the
Paleo diet! There are numerous sorts of fish it is possible to pick from, these all are
usually suggested in your Paleo diet. A number of the suggested fishes are cod,
bass, eel, halibut, striped bass, tuna, mackerel, haddock, and red snapper. Take
note that fundamentally almost every other commercially ready fish will be suitable.
You may additionally pick from many different shellfish like lobster, clams, shrimp,
and scallops.
Vegetables and fruits are a key element of the Paleo diet. In your fruit area of your
daily diet, many fruits are suggested. You've got the independence to pick
everything from apricots to papayas to star fruits! In essence, if it is some type of
fruit, then it will be within the diet. To meet the plant area of your daily diet, there
are numerous fresh vegetables to pick from. Root produce, other than potatoes, are
particularly suggested. Several vegetables you might like to consider can be celery,
beets, broccoli, mushrooms, pumpkin, artichokes, onions and also all varieties of
The very last class of suggested Paleo diet foods are seeds as well as nuts. Seeds
as well as nuts are incredibly healthful and in addition work as a wonderful snack.
There are many sorts of seeds in addition to nuts to pick from. Several nuts you
might like to contemplate incorporating within your diet are pine nuts, pecans,
macadamia nuts, almonds, chestnuts, cashews, and also saltless pistachios. Several
seeds it is possible to pick from are sunflower, sesame, and pumpkin seeds. Bear in

mind, when selecting which seeds as well as nuts you want to eat, make certain
you find the saltless sort.
Last but not least, there are several kinds of food you would like to stay away from.
When picking Paleo diet foods, steer far from dairy food products, starchy
vegetables, cereal grains, legumes, salt-containing food products, oily meats,
carbonated drinks, and also candy.
You will find there's a huge selection of of food ideas which might be suggested
inside the Paleo diet. You may use resources including the World Wide Web or
textbooks to confirm just what foods are suggested and just what food ideas don't
seem to be. You may also start using these resources to find techniques to change
the suggested foods into tasty, Paleo-friendly meals!
By: John Harder
Article Directory: http://www.articledashboard.com

Article 5
Weight Loss Starts With Your Brain
How to Lose Weight
Hundreds of weight loss diets and exercise programs have been successful for
someone, somewhere. Almost all of them have major flaws that lead to rebound
weight gain in the long run. In my opinion, those with the fewest flaws, and
therefore the greatest chance for success, are the Slow Carb Diet and the Paleo
(Caveman) Diet.
It strikes me, however, that focusing on weight or fat is of secondary importance to
the role of the brain. Ignoring brain health is like considering the body as a
mindless blob that responds to chemical stimuli from food all by itself. Nothing
could be further from the truth. The brain is the Great Wizard behind the curtain, in
control of everything from the get-go.
A Not So Radical Suggestion
Our brains shrink and lose function as we age, probably faster than they should.
Indeed, the growing incidence of Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, and similar brain
failures is a good indicator of sped-up brain degeneration in modern times. This is
NOT normal. Indeed, these disorders are completely unknown in some societies,
even in the face of aging beyond 90 or even 100 years old.
It is abundantly clear that brain health has to do with diet. Our local PBS station
made a big deal of that point during a membership drive recently, by hosting the
brain expert, Dr. Daniel G. Amen, not too long ago. Although his purpose for
appearing was mainly promotional, what he had to say about brain health was spot
The not so radical suggestion, based on all the information that I could gather
about brain health, is that diet is the key. Gee, where have you heard that before?
The question is, which diet?
The Doctor Who Would Not Die
As dramatic as that sounds, it reflects the experience of Dr. Terry Wahls. She
suffered from multiple sclerosis that was accelerating to total debilitation and an
early death. She not only stopped the progress of her MS, she reversed it -- by
eating right for her brain.
The reason that Dr. Wahls' story caught my attention, and why I thought it
appropriate to talk about it regarding weight loss, is that it provides the clearest

evidence that I have ever seen for what we should all be eating (and not eating)
every day of our lives. Eating for brain health is the key to everything.
Dr. Wahls' story is summarized in a video that is nothing short of phenomenal. It is
longer than the usual public video (almost 18 minutes), although it is worth
watching in its entirety -- for inspiration and for crucial advice about diet. Take a
look for yourself on her website (TerryWahls.com) and see what I mean.
It's All Paleo
Eating right for your brain IS eating right for your body. And what Dr. Wahls
discovered is essentially the power of a Paleo Diet, starting with the brain.
There is really not much else that I can add to her experience and advice. Oh, I
might quibble with some of her explanations about mitochondria and her focus on
them. That's what we scientists do. The bottom line, however, is results.
Specifically, health results. Real health results - not trumped up biochemical results
like cholesterol levels, hormone balance, or blood glucose spikes. These have
limited applications. The only results of any importance are good health, and Dr.
Wahls makes a clear case for what it takes to achieve it.
By: Dr. Dennis Clark
Article Directory: http://www.articledashboard.com
Dr. Dennis Clark provides a scientist's view of fat loss research. Be sure to get his
free Belly Fat Book to see what good science really has to offer for weight loss.

Click Here For Paleo Diet Recipes

Related documents

PDF Document paleo diet recipes for weight1059
PDF Document fast straightfoward details to start1432
PDF Document free pdf paleo recipe
PDF Document the present day day gluten1342
PDF Document paleo diet articles
PDF Document paleo diet tips and information dana

Related keywords