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Tips on Kickstarting the Paleo Diet

Tips on Kickstarting the Paleo Diet

Tips on Kickstarting the Paleo Diet

Can the Paleo diet really improve your health? Best-selling author and certified nutrition consultant Dianne Sanfilippo joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to address the critics, dispel a few myths and share of few recipes for those who want to give it a try.

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  1. I tried this diet a few years ago and it did not work for my t2d….it spiked my blood sugars…..I'm now doing Keto and doing well

  2. “If a modern heart doctor could give medical advice to the iceman Ötzi — the man who was preserved as a mummy after his murder about 5,300 years ago in the snowy Alps — it would be this: Stop eating so much fatty meat and consider taking medications that lower your blood pressure and cholesterol. [Or eat a WFPB diet!]

    This advice is based on a new comprehensive look at the iceman mummy's cardiovascular health. A full-body computed tomography (CT) scan showed that Ötzi had three calcifications (hardened plaques) in his heart region, putting him at increased risk for a heart attack. “

    See Livescience article, “Ötzi the Iceman Was a Heart Attack Waiting to Happen”

  3. I love the Paleo diet. Please consider adding African food to the carbohydrates like bololo, Amala, fufu and garri. It is from yams and cassava

  4. Idiot. The people back then exercised for a living by searching for food and ate whatever they could find. The agricultural corporate farming complex wants for us to keep gorging on wheat, corn, and soy so they don't lose their bottom line. They need to CHANGE. We need more micro- and phyto- nutrients from plants that are nutrient dense and full of antioxidents instead of pesticide ridden, carbohydrate laden, insulin producing, depleted, abused and heavily government subsidized food sources from which to try to be well.

  5. They cannot have eaten grains – which by definition did not exist until agriculture bred them. Or they were not hunter gatherers – this makes no sense. It is possible that the ancestor plants, like wild grass seeds may have made up a small proportion of their diet. But we know these plants are a tiny carb content next to the modern varieties.

    There is no way primitive man subsisted on these to any large degree, because they do not provide enough calories, as either fat or carb to live on.

    The whole premise makes no scientific sense from an archaeological point of view.

    Otherwise she is talking about post agriculture. Not Paleo ancestors referred to on the diet.

  6. The "paleo" diet is another invention to suck out money from fat (stupid) people. What those people really need is either a shrink or a complete change of their life, eg move away from english speaking countries – seems their food culture is especially unhealthy. Eating mindlessly is a mindgame. Or you go the easy way and trust the science and follow the advice at eg Nutritionfacts.org

  7. Also the maple syrup and other things you mention in this video are counter productive to weight loss.

  8. If you follow the Paleo (unprocessed meats, fruits, vegetables, eggs, nuts and seeds) you would not be overweight. You might be overweight because of the flours you are adding. Don’t promote these.

  9. Cheers for the Video clip! Excuse me for the intrusion, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you heard about – Elijaarqey Paleo Smasher (just google it)? It is an awesome one off guide for discovering some amazing paleo recipes without the headache. Ive heard some great things about it and my old buddy Taylor at very last got excellent success with it.

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