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40 Top Paleo Recipes - Quick and Easy Paleo Diet Recipes For Weight Loss & Optimum Health (Paleolithic Diet Cookbook) [Kindle Edition]

Jenny Allan
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Book Description

Are you looking for a healthier diet? Searching for easy to prepare, delicious meals the whole family will love?

The Paleo diet is based on the nutritional needs of our bodies. An assimilation of the diet eaten by the pre- agriculture, Hunter/Gatherers. It includes all foods that can be grown, caught or collected. What better diet to eat than the natural one?

Fresh, organic and free-range foods have the highest nutritional value, taste sublime and are simple to prepare. Make a single serving or make enough to feed the whole family. They are easy to adapt to any need or taste.

* Habanero Chicken
* Pesto Fillets
* Turkey sausage Casserole
* Walnut Banana Bread
* Best Fried Beef
* Almond Buckwheat Muffins
* Cranny Scones
* Breakfast Cereal
* Tasty Lamb Meatballs
* Beef and Bacon Mini Meatloaf

Paleo is tasty, nutritious and so easy to make. Give your body a treat and feed it a Paleolithic diet today!

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  • File Size: 231 KB
  • Print Length: 72 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CGBYVTW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #506 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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67 of 67 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars not paleo May 21, 2013
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This book refers to buckwheat and vegetable oil, neither of which are part of the paleolithic diet. Don't waste your time with this.
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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not very strict Paleo May 17, 2013
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Considering it was free it's ok, glad I didn't pay for it. While flipping through it I found a recipe and it called for Buckwheat flour, well that is on the list to avoid, and many beginners might not know it right off. Sad to say that people jump on the bandwagon and write a book really unaware of the simple rules of the diet. Maybe thats why the book was free? If you are considering this way of life for health or medical reasons do your research and find a different book that follows the guidelines.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not a cookbook May 30, 2013
By Lieby
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The methods had the minimum of detail, and often seemed to be missing one or more steps. Not everything is strictly Paleo, the title is misleading. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone I know. Glad it was free.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I gave it a star because it was free June 23, 2013
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And then I returned the book. I'm not a great cook but I can follow a well explained recipe. I could not follow any of the recipes in this book. For example, a recipe should use the ingredients in the order presented. One of the recipes (I don't remember since I've already deleted the book) says to coat the chicken in herbs & then place in the marinade. Therefore, it seems reasonable that the marinade ingredients should come after the herbs. Unless, the olive oil & vinegar are supposed to be mixed with herbs & the whole thing is a marinade. Maybe I'm reading too much into it but, as I said, I can follow a well explained recipe. I didn't find any of the recipes in this book to be very well explained. Maybe it's me. I would seriously pass on this cookbook.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Think of it as an "idea" book... June 12, 2013
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If I had paid for this book, I would be incredibly disappointed at the lack of content and for the "click here for instant access" infomercial intro. But, at the time of this review, this book was offered for free on Amazon.

The recipes have very little in the way of instructions or elaboration and may be frustrating to anyone will limited cooking knowledge or skills. However, if you are an old hat in the kitchen or are familiar with many cooking methods, this book could be useful to you as an "idea book" for paleo/primal diet type approaches. Though the recipes seem to be rather haphazardly thrown together, I give it back a star because it was free.

To the comments about buckwheat - it is allowed in the primal diet approach, which is considered a paleo type diet. This is because buckwheat is technically not a grain (same with wild rice). There are multiple "paleo" diets now under the paleo umbrella, and no one person or way owns the label. In fact, you will find a decent amount of arguing in any given discussion group about what qualifies and what does not for "paleo" or "primal." So read up on everything you can and read this book knowing those facts. In either case, a free book with recipe ideas can be helpful when you're starting out and running out of recipe mojo.

For what it's worth, as someone who started primal about a year ago, I can tell you my joints don't hurt as much and I feel better. Paleo/primal is worth trying. You can always go back. But commit to at least a few strict weeks so you can really get a taste of the results. Anyone can do that much. ;)
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Blah July 5, 2013
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The recipes were pretty ho hum. And not book worthy
Simple, basically common recipes gone more paleo. Sorry, not worth it
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Good thing it was free September 29, 2013
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As a person just starting out with Paleo this cookboook obviously didn't follow the paleo rules. Like others have said the vegetable oil and buckwheat. Luckily I have done my own resarech and know that these things aren't paleo. It seems like someone wanted to jump on the bandwagon and didn't do their research.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars What the hell is this? January 12, 2014
By Barbara
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The recipes are not Paleo. Most of these include vegetable oil, refined oil and canned goods. Skip this at any cost.
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More About the Author

Driven by her desire to help people reach their weight loss goals, Jenny Allan has dedicated her time and effort to educate, motivate and inspire people around the world to make positive lifestyle changes.

Starting her fitness career as a personal trainer, Jenny learned early on that getting healthy and losing weight is just as much psychological as it is physical. You have to have the right mindset if you want to succeed and reach your goals.

Spending time working for an internationally known weight loss franchise confirmed this theory. It became apparent that people who were looking for "diets" weren't nearly as successful as those that committed to a lifestyle change.

Since that time, she has published several weight loss books, articles and blogs in the hopes of changing the way people view themselves, their bodies and their behaviors in a way that promotes their success.

So, you may want to remember her name because you haven't heard the last from her yet!



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