What is the Paleo Diet And Can Pork Chops, Pie and Chocolate Help You Look Fabulous?

The Paleo Diet is popular now

As we have discovered, the paleo diet has lots of raving fans, but just as many people who never heard of the word.

Paleo DietWikipedia describes Paleo as: "a diet based on the foods ancient ancestors might likely have eaten, such as meat, nuts, and berries, and excludes food to which they had not yet become familiar, like dairy. The Paleolithic era was a period lasting around 2.5 million years that ended about 10,000 years ago with the advent of farming. It was characterized by the use of flint, stone, and bone tools, hunting, fishing, and the gathering of plant foods". 

And YES, it can help you look fabulous – even eating pork chops, pie, and chocolate…more on that later.

Something else you should know. There are caveats in the article also include the following:

The neutrality of this article is disputed. (June 2014)

This article possibly contains original research. (June 2014)

This article needs more medical references for verification or relies too heavily on primary sources. (June 2014)

You can read the full article at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paleolithic_diet

So now what?

Paleo DietOne thing for sure is there are tons of advocates talking, writing books, producing videos and in general just stirring things up about Paleo. And not a lot of people I can find who think the Paleo diet is rubbish. 

We are a site about farm, food, and more. To better describe us you could add the words healthy eating, farm-to-table, farmers' market, farm vacations, vertical farming, organic farming, family farms, paleo…

So, where does Paleo fit in to our arena about farms and farm-to-table farming?

The short answer is that even if some of the claims for improved health turn out to be true, it's worth a try.

The long answer, (as it always is in long answers) is you could do more research for yourself and make your own choices.

I can hear you now, "oh darn, I thought you were going to give me the answer". 

Just kidding, I can't hear you.

Paleo DietSo what about those pork chops, pies, and chocolate? Even though the Paleo way of eating and lifestyle is simplistic, some call it “ancestral”, there are dozens of recipes that include meat (beef, pork chops, chicken) and deserts that include pies and chocolate. The looking fabulous part comes from making healthier food choices that actually work with your body and taste yummy enough so you don’t feel starved or deprived (a major complaint with so many diets). 

We have done a huge amount of research, and as promised in our earlier statement, "we will save you time and bring you the 'best of the best' that we have found".

Below are some excellent books about Paleo Diets we hope you enjoy!

Some of us don't like to wait for information, so…
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Here's a great place to start a Paleo diet. The Paleo Lifestyle encourages low-carb, high-protein meals, with very little processed foods.

Sometimes called the Primal diet, or the Caveman diet because the theory is that our human bodies over the last 10,000 years have not yet adjusted to modern foods.

Practical Paleo features over 120 easy recipes, including special notes about common food allergens such as nightshades and FODMAPs.

The meal plans are designed to support
immune health, blood sugar regulation,
digestive health, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, heart health, neurological health, cancer recovery, fat loss, and last but not least, athletic performance.

Do you want to lose fat and stay young, while avoiding cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and a host of other illnesses? The Paleo Solution describes the latest research from genetics, biochemistry and anthropology to help you look, feel and perform your best.

Very interesting book written by a research biochemist who also became one of thetop strength and conditioning coaches in the world.