Be a Paleo Athlete
Keep it simple! Aim for Paleo. Keep to Paleo 80% of the time and mix in some of your other favorite healthy foods and carbohydrates for 20%. That will keep you on target to realistic and attainable dietary goals.
Paleo is a great bottom line guide of how to eat simpler foods that put less stress on your body and give more energy to you throughout the day.
What is Paleo: Fruit, Nuts and Seeds, Meat and Fish, Vegetables. Thats it!
No: Processed Foods, Sugar, Diary (milk, cheese), Gluten, Wheat, Legumes, Corn.
The Paleo Diet does not support grains primarily due to the processing involved in producing them. New chemicals are added to nearly all grains to promote higher yield and increase shelf life. However, there are some natural gluten free options that I recommend incorporating into your diet for the needed carbohydrate replenishment.
Here are the suggestions I have:
2. Sweet Potato
3. Gluten Free Oats
4. Brown Rice
You can EAT AS MUCH AS YOU CAN as long as its Paleo. Paleo foods are so high in nutrients that overeating is not possible. The calories your intaking are all beneficial to your body and so rich in fiber that you will be full before you can overeat. You don’t have to worry about calorie counting, or how many carbs your eating. Simply stick to the diet and our workout plan and you will feel the results within 30 days.
You will have more consistent energy throughout the day without any glucose spikes or drowsy afternoons. You will feel noticeably healthier from the inside out.
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