The Paleolithic diet is based on the theory that humans have not significantly diverged from the physiology of the Paleolithic human.
A diet consisting of meats, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds while incorporating moderate exercise approximating activities necessary as a hunter-‐gatherer, such as walking, jumping, sprinting, and carrying objects across a distance. Absent from this diet are foods not likely to have been a part of the hunter-‐gatherer lifestyle, such as dairy, grains, legumes, refined sugar, and processed foods. These foods are inconsistent with the diet we evolved with and are likely the cause of the so-‐called "diseases of civilization."
Adhering to the Paleo diet can result in substantial weight loss and a substantial reduction in cholesterol, insulin sensitivity, and risk for cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.
In this book, you will learn:
The evolution of the paleo diet
The modern paleo diet
What about paleo foods
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