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- Print Length: 186 pages
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- Publisher: Rockridge Press (February 3, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00I8A58HY
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Paleo for Every Day: 4 Weeks of Paleo Diet Recipes & Meal Plans to Lose Weight & Improve Health Kindle Edition
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Admittedly, there are some things that I didn’t care for. The use of Palm shortening. The repetition of plan ahead ideas in the weekly menu section was more space filler than anything else. Instead of listing the same things every time, I would have liked to see some variance. For those of us on a budget or living in areas where produce tends to be seasonal, you will need to take the time to review your proposed menu ahead of time and make necessary adjustments. Certain fruits/vegetables simply aren’t available certain times of the year and if you’ve never bought almond flour, you might choke a bit at the price.
The Paleo lifestyle or diet is based on what people consumed for sustenance during the Paleolithic era. This period in history marked the second part of the Stone Age, from roughly 750,000 - 500,000 years BC to 8500 years BC. All those years ago individuals found nourishment by means of harvesting, fishing, hunting, and foraging. Toiling was a way of life which gave them the exercise they needed to stay lean and healthy. Their diets consisted of pastured meats, viable seafood, verdant veggies, lush fruit, and rummaged nuts.
“Paleo for Every Day” is a very comprehensive guide to this specific lifestyle and that impressed me. In addition to going over which foods are allowed or not allowed, it also includes information about beverages, herbs, natural sweeteners, and alcoholic beverages. The authors really break it down to make it as understandable as possible. There’s even a questions and answers section, which I found to be super helpful. Included is a 28 day meal plan for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and snacks. If you’d like to adopt a healthier way a living I recommend checking out this book.