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Paleo Diet LifestyleThe paleo diet is soaring in popularity with information everywhere citing the abundance of health benefits delivered by this ancestral hunter-gatherer diet. From the curing of intestinal problems, asthma, diabetes, arthritis and cholesterol issues, to increased muscle mass and sustainable weight loss, how does one diet manage to do so much? Surely one diet can’t increase muscle, shed weight, stop illness and cure ailments. That sounds like a magic pill, too good to be true.
If you need help with recipes, this is a great paleo diet cook book! Perhaps this is why the entire world doesn’t yet follow the paleo lifestyle, we just don’t believe what we are reading and are too conditioned to believe that we should always have some sort of health complaint. Think about yourself and the people you know. How often don’t you or others around you complain of feeling ill or having a pain? Not often is the answer. We are a sick world, literally. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Paleo is an ambiguous lifestyle application. By this I mean that whatever your positive bodily goal is, the paleo diet will adapt and assist in achieving the desired goal(s). Basically, you feed the body what it naturally requires and then set about becoming healthier in the areas you desire. Think of it like this. When you put optimum gasoline in a car, whether you drive fast, slow, regularly or infrequently, the car will still drive smoothly and effortlessly. With the paleo diet, whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, cure headaches, prevent bloatedness or ward off minor ailments, the body will do so because it has the correct fuel to act on all the requirements.