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What to Expect

  • You could lose weight following a Paleolithic diet.
  • Get calcium and other nutrients you’re missing by not having dairy products and certain grains.
  • Health benefits are likely to result from cutting out processed food and sugar and replacing them with fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats.
  • Ease the transition to the Paleo diet with small incremental changes.

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Foods to Eat and Avoid

Eat: Lean cuts of beef, pork, and poultry and game animals, eggs, fish fruit, not starchy vegetables, nuts and seeds and olive, flaxseed or walnut oil.

Avoid: Processed foods, dairy, grains, legumes, starchy vegetables, sugar, artificial sugars and fruit juices.

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A Sample Menu

A Sample Menu

Breakfast: Onion and spinach omelette with liver pâté
Lunch: Tuna wrapped in lettuce with almonds
Snack: Hard-boiled eggs
Dinner: Beef bourguignon
Dessert: Ice cream made from coconut milk

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Risks and Benefits

Pros: 

  • Nutritious, Easy to Follow and It Involves Exercise.
  • The diet helps with managing autoimmune diseases, although evidence is limited and anecdotal.

Cons: 

  • Expensive, Possibly Boring, and Limited Evidence of healt...

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The Paleo Diet

It consists of cutting modern foods from your diet and returning to the way of the early hunter-gatherer ancestors.

The diet can improve your health by eliminating high-fat and processed foods that have little nutritional value and too many calories, and loading up on fruits and vege...

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The paleo diet and research

The paleo diet and research

Researchers found that the paleo diet led to more short-term improvements in some risk factors for chronic disease.

There is not enough evidence to make any strong claims, especially its longterm effects.

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