Paleo Diet

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The paleo diet is designed to resemble what human hunter-gatherer ancestors ate thousands of years ago. Primarily a diet consisting of nutrient-dense, toxin-free, whole foods such as, vegetables, fruits and meat; moderate intake of nuts, berries and honey; low intake of grains and no intake of milk or dairy products, legumes, salt, alcohol or refined carbohydrates.

Read More The theory is that our ancestors did not suffer from the same chronic diseases our populations suffer from today due to their whole food diet and active lifestyles. By mimicking the diet of our ancestors, experts have shown many improvements across the markers below. It is generally believed that diets rich in Monounsaturated and Omega-3 fats dramatically reduce the instances of obesity, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and cognitive decline. The Difference Between Paleo vs Whole30: Paleo eating is a long term lifestyle, while Whole30 is meant to be a reset for your system. ... Whole30 diet eliminates all the same foods as paleo but also includes limits on: Sugar in all forms, including honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar. Analysis of low fat v’s low carb diets (6) Synopsis of the macro view of Paleo (7) Unfortunately, most of the research on the Paleo diet is relatively new but it is a topical area for ongoing research.