Most people when they first hear about the Paleo diet might think it is a new Italian or Greek diet plan. Because the sound of the name is not one we are familiar with. Of course a quick Google search will give you the description of the meaning. Others like to call it a caveman diet, well I guess that could be considered a way to look at it but in all actuality since cavemen are still on the theory block we will just say it is a good way for the body, (and of course this does not apply to everyone but definitely worth a try), ground itself and in a lot of cases help it run more in-tune with itself.The basics for the paleo diet is to eat whole natural foods, a variety of fruits, certain types of nuts and of course almost all the vegetables. The one thing that makes this program stand out is the fact that the primary course for every meal is meat. Lots of meat, the drawback is that you will be lowering your intake of ice cream, breads of almost every kind and pretty much any processed sugar products, due to the fact that the body, in most cases cannot put this down correctly.
So back to the debate of if this is right for you or not. Obviously you have already done some research about the paleo diet. Here a video about the paleo process and how it can benefit you or not. Remember to always keep your health in mind and if it doesn’t sound right for you then move on to the next thing. In my experience however I have found that by trying new things I am actually surprised at the results. I definitely was tired of the old , ‘same-old-same-old.
The paleo diet plan at first glance might look like a low-carb diet and yes there are some similarities but the differences are very distinctive and probably why the paleo diet was dubbed the cave man diet. Another area that is different is the fat intake that is within the diet plan. Now that I have told you a little bit about the paleo diet and some of what it is and some of what it is not you are probably thinking to yourself, why would I purchase a plan when I already know what to do.
This is a very valid question and statement, however if you so choose to DIY then be sure to read up a lot on more of what is involved and the planning required to navigate through a diet plan such as the paleo diet. You can Google recipes all day long and compile quiet a list of them, ingredients and all. Again these are possibly the correct recipes or they may not be. The science behind this needs to be accurate for your body. If you are interested in a program that might be the perfect plan for your body then you will want to read more about the paleo diet and what it can do for you.
Since our bodies are actually sensitive to what we eat even though it is resilient over time it does take its tole. The best plan is to understand your body with a comprehensive plan that can guide you through the mystery of your body and what makes it tick. Blood types come in to factor at the same time, yes there are some basics we all share but in the long run we are all still unique in our own way.