The Paleolithic Diet - What It Is and Why It Works by Mackenzie Jagger

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The Paleolithic Diet is NOT a fad. It is the diet that was eaten by our ancestors, the Paleolithic humans around 2.5 million years ago. Research has revealed that the diseases that afflict the modern societies today were not present during the Paleolithic age.

Inside "The Paleolithic Diet - What it is and Why it Works" Mackenzie Jagger explains why following this caveman diet book results in benefits we all are striving to attain and why this diet has had a resurgence like no other diet in history.

She answers the question "Is the Paleo Diet for Athletes?" and although this is not specifically a Paleo Cookbook, Mackenzie includes Paleo meal plans for every meal from breakfast to dinner with snacks and desserts as well. You're bound to become a healthier person just because of its nutrient rich nature. Just wait till you see some of these caveman diet recipes.

Yes, I'm sure you'll agree that paleo nutrition is built into everything you'll eat and Mackenzie gives you the one question you'll need to ask yourself before you decide whether you should eat a particular food or not. And once you know what foods you can eat you'll be creating your own personal Paleo Recipes in no time!

The positive nutritional value is going to exist in anything you eat within the program, so let's make it fun! Omelets, soups, salads, stir-fry, and even chicken Marsala are all delicious options for the Paleolithic dieter, and it does not stop there!

I don't know whether or not the Paleolithic diet is the solution for you or not, but...
why not give it a chance?

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About Mackenzie Jagger

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Published December 8, 2012 45 pages
Genres: Cooking, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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