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Paleo Advocate and Author Tina Turbin Featured in Go Gluten-Free Magazine
One of the recipes of Tina Turbin (http://www.TinaTurbin.com), the paleo diet advocate and critically acclaimed author behind the newly released website http://www.Paleomazing.com, is being featured in the latest issue of Go Gluten-Free Magazine, a new …
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The Paleo Diet: the celebs who love it and why
28 FEBRUARY 2014 Celebrities such as Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Biel, Miley Cyrus, Uma Thurman and Jack Osbourne are all reportedly reaping the rewards of the Paleo Diet, which focuses on meat, fish, vegetables and fruit in favour of sugar, …
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Is eating like a caveman really a healthier option? Picture: Thinkstock Source
I put the question to Joy Skipper, nutritionist and author of The Paleo Diet Made Easy, a slim and easily digestible (forgive the pun) paperback of recipes and guidelines for following the regime. She was pragmatic. ‚ÄúPaleolithic diet is actually a …
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Paleo Recipe Book: Review Exposes the New 370+ Recipe Paleo Diet Program

Paleo Recipe Book: Review Exposes the New 370+ Recipe Paleo Diet Program
Paleo Recipe Book, a nutrition program that aims at helping people start eating a more natural diet and is specifically designed to give people over 370 Paleo diet recipes with 4 bonus Paleo programs has caught the attention of Shane Michaels …
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Paleo diet: is eating like a caveman healthy or a fad?
I put the question to Joy Skipper, nutritionist and author of The Paleo Diet Made Easy, a slim and easily digestible (forgive the pun) paperback of recipes and guidelines for following the regime. She was pragmatic. "Paleolithic diet is actually a …
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Paleo Crossfit Bodybuilder – Example of Paleo Diet Crossfit Paleolithic Caveman Bodybuilding SeriousStrength SlowBurn Fitness Muscles -6

A few nice paleo diet recipes images I found:

Paleo Crossfit Bodybuilder – Example of Paleo Diet Crossfit Paleolithic Caveman Bodybuilding SeriousStrength SlowBurn Fitness Muscles -6
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Paleo Bodybuilder (Pics!) – Result of the Paleo Caveman Diet on Bodybuilding & Muscle.

The Paleo Diet says eat do like a Caveman. Cavemen lived in caves. So they were very pale. Sickly looking and eventual Albino-ism (pink). Cavemen didn’t lift rocks to build anything, otherwise we’d see it today. So cavemen had to run around instead, not only hunting but running away quickly from carnivores and wild animals chasing them so cavemen had not a lot of muscle. So they were instead spindly, pale, and lean, good for running away from things that scared it.

Paleolithic man that lived in the arctic was also very pale, living in icy regions. Ice Age man didn’t get much sun or vitamins and was also pale. Arctic Cavemen, like the Inuit don’t lay out on the beach, so paleos may look more sickly than a normal person, like the very pale Mark Sisson does. Another "Pale"-eo person example is Art De Vany. Arthur Devany is almost bleached.

The paleolithic diet in icy areas would result in a fat obese physique. Because the body would gain fat to insulate from the cold. The paleo diet has evolved to make humans fat if you don’t live in a tropical climate. The human body has evolved to build up loads of flab and gut flab eating paleo in order to protect from the ice age climate.

So the Paleolithic Diet has evolved to make mankind either pale and skinny when it’s warm, or pale and blubbery when its cold.

The Paleo Diet does’t taste too good. Cavemen picked at luke-warm bodies of discarded animals, so the paleolithic diet is now confirmed to include botfly maggots. You should add just a sprinkling of maggots to your dinner to get started, so you can get used to them, then later you can eat more.

Remember, cavemen didn’t have refrigerators, so if you live in a warm area, sorry, you can’t refrigerate your meat. Or any food for that matter. You have to put it outside and let it sit out there for a couple days until you eat it all.

To replenish electrolytes after a crossfit fitness workout, the paleo diet would include drinking un-treated water. You can’t drink bottled water if you’re paleo or crossfit. Cavemen didn’t have water filters. And no chlorine or sanitation. So you can’t drink out of any water fountains or out of the tap water in your house. You’ll need to drink out of a puddle if you get thirsty. Or stagnant pond-water will include lots of minerals and other things. Naturally, Loren Cordain of the Paleo Diet says to you that humans are ‘designed’ exactly for this, and thus you should not expect to get sick from it. Even if there is cryptosporidia or parasites or amoebas and feces in it. Paleo and crossfit says we are evolved for it.

If there’s any question, there’s always the Crossfit Puke bucket, for vomiting up your crossfit recipe meals.

Paleo Diet Friendly Chocolate Whoopie Pies
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Chocolate cake cookies made with almond flour, coconut milk, coco powder, eggs. baking soda and powder to get a rise out of the dough. Frosting filling made with vegetable shortening, powdered sugar, and vanilla. Made for a friends caveman themed party where several of the guests were on the paleo or hunter gatherer diet. Though this recipe treads the line of Paleo diet, it’s meant to be a treat and not a diet food by any means. Those that were on the diet welcomed the sweet treat after being deprived of all sugar for months.

Photo used with permission here:
www.skinnyurl.com/diet/why-you-should-be-eating-a-caveman…

www.paleo-breakfast.com/what-should-you-eat-in-paleo-diet

www.paleokits.net/latest-paleo-meaning-news

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