Tips For Creating A Paleo Meal Plan

The first step in following your Paleo meal plan will be to throw out all processed/junk foods, alcohol, desserts, etc. No matter how strong your will power the fact is that if you have it in your house and it tastes good, you will eat it. Trust me, I know! So, bust out a garbage bag and start loading it up with all the crap you have managed to blow your hard earned money on. Throw out bags of chips, boxes of cookies, booze and anything else that is not a vegetable, fruit, nut, berry, meat, or a cheese


Paleo meal plans feature foods like fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, eggs, lean meats and seafood For example, when I discuss a Paleo Meal Plan, I am referring to a “typical” diet of the humans who lived during the paleolithic era.

The Paleo diet is a derivative from the word “Paleolithic”, which was a certain time frame about 2.5 million years ago, but ended about 10,000 years ago. It is sometimes called the “ancestor diet”, due in fact that the foods used in the recipes for Paleo foods were actually eaten during the paleolithic period long ago. This includes drinks too! One of the biggest reasons people are so fat these days is because they drink liquids full of empty calories. Pop and booze are the obvious culprits, but don’t forget about milk and juice as well. You should never consume liquid calories. Drink what your forefathers did, water. It is calorie free and dilutes the toxins your body absorbs in our modern world. I repeat, no liquid calories except for post workout shakes should you choose to use them.

Are you one of those people who attempted to go through a diet and gave up without completing the program? You wondered what happened and blamed yourself for not being able to complete the program and now you are still sticking to a lifestyle that is less than healthy. Having a Paleo meal planner might change your life for the better.

Because the diet has some foods that might not be readily available in the grocery store, you will want to develop a Paleo meal planner. This way, you can map out what you want to prepare and eat for the following week or month. This can also help you stay on track with your diet because you already have something prepared and ready. This means less time worrying about what you’re going to eat and when and more time simply following the diet without much effort Paleo diet originated from the Paleolithic way of eating, which is simply eating anything that is edible and available, or more precisely those that were edible and available during the Paleolithic era. Obviously, that is not exactly how it works in the modern world, so Paleo meals mostly consists of foods that are more natural. That is, they do not need to be processed to be edible.

Paleo diet relies on food that contains beneficial nutrients for a healthy lifestyle and at the same time it relies on food with few nutrients that can cause some type of diseases. It is a very healthy diet where good nutrients are a majority. Remember that following a Paleo meal planner might be challenging at first. But as you continue, it will naturally turn into a habit, and eventually a lifestyle.

Source by Chuck Staples


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