The Paleo diet, also called the caveman diet, is the one of the healthiest ways to eat because it is the only diet plan that works with one’s genetics to help one stay strong, lean, and energetic. It is hugely popular today and goes by one simple premise: if a caveman could not eat it, then neither can you. It is an effort to live like they used to way back in the day, which means anything we could forage and find or hunt, i.e., nuts, fish, meats, regional vegetables, leafy greens, and seeds. Essentially, the candy, cereals, and pasta will have to go.
I hate counting calories, and I bet you do too. In fact, many people hate keeping track of what and how much they eat or obsessing over how much of a particular nutrient they have had. In addition, counting calories is only half the battle because they are not all created equal. For example, 300 calories of high-quality proteins or vegetables do not affect your body the same way 300 calories of Doritos do. Fortunately, if you can remove certain kinds of food from your diet and expand your horizons, you can stop worrying about your calorie intake.
Research in dermatology, ophthalmology, biochemistry, biology, and other disciplines suggest that it is our modern diet, full of trans fats, sugar, and refined foods, that is at the root of weight problems and some forms of degenerative problems such as cancer, infertility, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, heart disease, and diabetes.
The Paleo diet is based on the premise that by eating the same food out hunter-gatherer ancestors ate, we match our diet with the evolutionary pressures that formed out present genetics. This in turn can positively influence our well-being and health. The hunter-gatherer diet has a healthy ratio of unsaturated to saturated fatty acids, lessens the body’s glycemic load, increases nutrient and vitamin consumption, and contains the ideal balance of carbohydrates, fat, and protein; and this is clearly seen in the Paleo Hacks cook book.
Experts, however, do not agree on the health benefits of this diet. Our ancestors ate this way and did not suffer from many of the chronic conditions we suffer from; however, that does not mean their diet is the main reason why this is so. Still, a number of studies have tried to work out whether a Paleolithic diet is a healthier diet. A study published in the Diabetologia journal, for example, found that the caveman diet improved blood sugar levels over three months compared to a Mediterranean diet that allows low-fat dairy, grains, and oils.
Focusing on fresh meat, fresh vegetables, and fresh fruit, this lifestyle is all about eating foods that come straight from the earth, just like the cavemen did. This is why those who are considered experts in this field promote going with organic and grass-fed varieties whenever possible to minimize exposure to antibiotics, pesticides, and other chemicals that did not exist back then. Research suggests that our ancestors obtained about 30% of their calories from protein, 35% from carbohydrates, and 35% from fats.
One of the biggest advantages of following this lifestyle is about the support followers give each other. If you haven’t tried connecting with other like-minded people, you will be interested to know that there are numerous online community forums, meet-up groups, and even Facebook pages filled with individuals living the ancient lifestyle. You will not find that with other, so called, miracle diets.
If you choose to go Paleo, it will mean giving up modern foods, which means avoiding anything that comes in a bag, jar, or box. That means no added salt, dairy, grains, or legumes such as soybeans, lentils, beans, and peanuts. However, while potatoes are usually forbidden on the diet, you can eat sparingly as long as you do a little workout. Honey and alcohol are also considered non-Paleo; however, honey is preferable to artificial sweeteners and table sugar while red wine is the closest option if you want to take an alcoholic drink (but in great moderation).
This “diet” is really more of a lifestyle rather than a temporary fix. You do not just stop it when and if you reach your weight goal or start feeling better. In addition, exercise is a crucial part of the lifestyle. Think about how our ancient ancestors lived. To survive in that age, they had to be constantly on-the-go. Essentially, the concept of using food as fuel to workout still stands.
Now, let’s have a look at the PaleoHacks Cookbook.
This cookbook is meant for people who want strong lean muscles, a flatter stomach, better digestion, younger looking skin, more brain clarity, and a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and cancer. It offers more than 125 nice sounding recipes you may not have tasted or seen before. Many people fail when they embark on this journey because they lack the ability to prepare delicious food, fast. This cookbook promises to show people how they can cook mouth-watering, savory meals in minutes.
According to the book, you can enjoy virtually every health benefit under the sun if you follow its guidelines. Numerous people around the world have adopted the Paleo lifestyle to regain their energy, health, power and vitality. Some of the benefits they report include: clear eyes, lack of cravings, fuller and thicker hair, greater mental clarity, better performance and recovery, enhanced libido, weight loss results, stronger immune system, smoother and clearer skin, more stamina, increased muscles, and much more.
This downloadable cookbook was created through a team effort in conjunction with numerous proponents of this lifestyle. The recipes in this cookbook are created by enthusiasts who want to help others get the incredible results that they have experienced. The recipes cover all categories of food, including snacks, main meals, desserts, and salads, which do away with the boredom that comes with plowing through the same meals over and over. For example, the cookbook offers interesting recipes such as tuna patties and sweet potato, and other recipes you would never have come up with.
Although the recipes in the cookbook do not come with photos, the team has made sure that they are accessible to the most talentless and inexperienced cooks, so that even they can move past bacon and eggs. If you are worried you do not have the creativity or time to stick with living like this, this cookbook could be the difference between an early grave and a healthy future. When you purchase the Paleo Hacks Cookbook, you will also get bonus gifts worth $135 for free. These bonus gifts include 5 additional manuals that will help you take your results to the next level.
These five manuals will help you overcome the two main reasons why people do not get the start they need to stick to the diet, i.e., lack of the initial momentum needed to help them stay on the plan, and the frustration and guilt caused by feelings of being a downer in social gatherings and restaurants. In addition, the cookbook promises to make you a Paleo Pro in the kitchen within two months or you will get your money back.
Benefits that I see with this book:
• It has clear instructions that anyone can follow. It contains easy-to-prepare recipes that give a step-by-step guideline in complete detail, which means that you are not likely to make any mistakes.
• You can choose from a wide range of recipes and all of them are tasty.
• The ingredients used in the recipes are designed to help you feel fuller for longer, which will help you avoid eating unhealthy foods and snacks.
• The recipes contained use organic foods only, which is good for people with a gluten allergy.
• The cookbook is very affordable and comes with a money-back guarantee.
The only weakness in this cookbook is the fact that it does not come with pictures. Although every recipe is explained in complete detail, it would have been better to have pictures so that people could know how the food should look in the end. In addition, the six books you get can be a little overwhelming; however, if too much information and too many recipes is the worst I can say about it, then I am just being ridiculous.
The PaleoHacks Cookbook is a great resource for people who would like to get fit, stay fit, lose weight, gain energy and vitality, and stay healthy. Overall, it was one of the best buys I have ever made while I was on my fitness journey. While the diet as a whole has not been well studied, the advantages of cutting back on packaged foods are huge. This cookbook will help you prepare delicious meals more easily and give you more variety on your diet.