Paleo Basics: Q & A


What is Paleolithic Nutrition ?

Conceptually Paleolithic Nutrition is modern man’s attempt to model the eating habits of our paleolithic ancestors. Paleolithic refers to the era 2.6 million to 10,000 years ago. Or, in other words, the era in which 99% of human evolution happened in. One might say that eating paleo is the way we were evolved to eat.

*Note: Paleolithic nutrition/diet is a concept and should be used to make informed decisions about what goes into our body. It is not a religion. It is not a cult. Shy away from those whom try to make it complicated or cult like.

What are the benefits ?

Where to start…? Well I like to put a emphasis on the long-term disease prevention benefits first off. This may not be as sexy or punchy as the benefits to your body composition (yes, you’ll look a lot better with your clothes off, relatively at very least). Here are the highly documented disease prevention benefits:
  • Increased prevention of
If you’re more of a short-term thinker expect to see improvements in the following:
  • Body composition (i.e. fat loss, muscle gain)
  • Mood stability
  • Acne
  • Insulin Sensitivity
  • Decreased hunger
  • Improved athletic performance
  • Sexual prowess ( half joke half truth … more to come on that )
  • Thriving instead of surviving…

What foods should I eat ?

Keep it simple. Meats. Poultry. Fish. Veggies. Moderate fruit. Some nuts (shelled plz). Natural fats.

As I heard Robb Wolf say in a podcast of his (paraphrase)

” Keep it simple, just eat a hunk of meat with a plate of veggies.”

If your good in the kitchen, thats great, there are a number of Paleo recipes out there. No worries if your chef skills are lacking, check my go to quick ‘n easy meal. More quick, cheap Paleo meals to come..

Grass-fed beef + Avocado + Cherry Tomatoes + Onions

Beef +++


til next post…


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