unibyte's picture
From unibyte rss RSS  subscribe Subscribe

Why The Caveman Diet Is A Healthier Way To Eat 

The Paleo diet information that you receive should give you sufficient information as to what the diet is about, why it may be the right one for you and the foods that you can eat. This diet is based on the diet of the cavemen that existed so long ago. If anything, hopefully you will learn more about the foods that you eat and simply eat healthier.

 

 
 
Tags:  Caveman Diet 
Views:  89
Published:  January 16, 2012
 
0
download

Share plick with friends Share
save to favorite
Report Abuse Report Abuse
 
Related Plicks
caveman diet recipes

caveman diet recipes

From: thamsonmickil
Views: 118 Comments: 0
http://dietfoodrecipesreview.blogspot.com/ caveman diet recipes
by visiting the above link

 
Shocking Information About caveman diet Exposed

Shocking Information About caveman diet Exposed

From: siscleone
Views: 130 Comments: 0
For More Information About caveman diet...

I Highly Recommend that You Visit This Link Right Now:
http://paleodiet-online.com
 
Things You Should Know About caveman diet

Things You Should Know About caveman diet

From: siscleone
Views: 71 Comments: 0
For More Information About caveman diet...

I Highly Recommend that You Visit This Link Right Now:
http://paleodiet-online.com
 
Facts, Fiction and caveman diet

Facts, Fiction and caveman diet

From: siscleone
Views: 75 Comments: 0
For More Information About caveman diet...

I Highly Recommend that You Visit This Link Right Now:
http://paleodiet-online.com
 
Paleo Diet For The Everyday Person - Is it right for you?

Paleo Diet For The Everyday Person - Is it right for you?

From: blazemedia
Views: 93 Comments: 0
Can you follow follow a Paleothic Diet? Eat what our ancestors did 10,000 years ago.
 
Ruthless paleo diThe War Against caveman diet

Ruthless paleo diThe War Against caveman diet

From: siscleone
Views: 70 Comments: 0
For More Information About caveman diet...

I Highly Recommend that You Visit This Link Right Now:
http://paleodiet-online.com
 
See all 
 
More from this user
How to Sing and Play Guitar

How to Sing and Play Guitar

From: unibyte
Views: 543
Comments: 0

Why Would You Need All Natural Skin Care Recipes

Why Would You Need All Natural Skin Care Recipes

From: unibyte
Views: 517
Comments: 0

TQ Paradise Review

TQ Paradise Review

From: unibyte
Views: 367
Comments: 0

Starting Your Business in Redesign, Home Staging and Interior Design - Just Go For It

Starting Your Business in Redesign, Home Staging and Interior Design - Just Go For It

From: unibyte
Views: 373
Comments: 0

vocal_exercises

vocal_exercises

From: unibyte
Views: 257
Comments: 0

 
See all 
 
 
 URL:          AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Embed Thin Player: (fits in most blogs)
Embed Full Player :
 
 

Name

Email (will NOT be shown to other users)

 

 
 
Comments: (watch)
 
 
Notes:
 
Slide 1: ==== ==== Would You Like To Know How To Gain A Lean Healthier You By Following The Paleo Diet? http://www.nurishyourancientbodynaturally.com ==== ==== It takes 2 million years for the human body to adapt to a significant diet change. We have changed ours in just 10,000. That is the equivalent of just 500 generations. For starters - when caveman was here, they ate very few carbohydrates, infact grains and oats were only eaten in times of extreme starvation. They made up approximately 1% of the caveman's diet, compare that to today and refined grains make up approximately 60% of our daily intake of food. That is a huge swing in diet change - add that to the added sugars and processed meats/foods that we now eat and our diet is practically unrecognisable to what is was just 500 generations ago. Its a shame really because with this diet change we have seen a huge increase in cancers, obesity, heart disease, diabetes, food allergies, irritable bowel syndrome and so many more other conditions that were not around in the times of our ancestors. This is no coincidence!!!! The Caveman Diet or otherwise known as the Paleolithic diet is a perfect work around to this problem. This diet is basically eating as nature intends. As a rule of thumb - ff it can't be hunted or gathered naturally then it basically isn't allowed in the diet. This is no hardship either, you are permitted to eat a wide variety of meats that are otherwise banned in other so called "healthy diets". A common misconception about caveman is that they were not as healthy as we are today, which couldn't be further from the truth. It is a fact that if you lived past infancy then your live expectancy was well into the 60′s - this is impressive considering that there was no healthcare and no standard of living. I would love to see how long we would now if we still ate in this manner, its a shame that we dont - we have become lazy with our diet. We have become a race of convenience eaters and with it our health has slowly deteriorated, within the last 100 years our health has deteriorated drastically! Since the later half of the 20th century we have been low-fatted to an unhealthy lifestyle. If we were to all eat as a caveman then our health would improve, and very quickly too. By reverting back and eating in the manner of the caveman diet we can see a huge benefit to our health. Waiting lists at hospitals would be shorter and the levels of obesity would plummet. It would be fantastic! I am not suggesting that you completely stop eating all carbohydrates or deprive yourself of any treats that you occasionally have but think about changing what you eat and look to the caveman as inspiration. Eat as nature intended. Reduce those oats and grains by 50%, your body will thank-you for it... For more information on the caveman diet (the paleolithic diet) and recipes to help you eat in this healthy manner you can find an ideal caveman diet cookbook here and you will begin to see the benefits almost immediately.
Slide 2: ==== ==== Would You Like To Know How To Gain A Lean Healthier You By Following The Paleo Diet? http://www.nurishyourancientbodynaturally.com ==== ====

   
Time on Slide Time on Plick
Slides per Visit Slide Views Views by Location