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What is Paleo? And Why Did We Choose It?

The Paleo diet is a nutrient-dense whole foods diet based on eating a variety of quality meat, seafood, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds. It improves health by providing balanced and complete nutrition while avoiding most processed and refined foods and empty calories.
~ Sarah Ballantyne, The Paleo Mom (check link)

I choose to follow the Paleo DIet because my body is suffering from chronic inflammation, joint pain, hives, skin rash, brain-fog, fatigue, irregular menstrual cycle, mood-swings, insomnia, constipation, bloating, eye floaters and many other symptoms.

Once I was ready to accept the Paleo Diet, I started by incorporating the most nutrient-dense foods available which includes high-quality organ meat, muscle meat & eggs, wild-caught seafood, and copious quantities of organic vegetables. Additionally, daily servings of freshly organic fruit, nuts, seeds, healthy fats, probiotic and fermented foods, herbs and spices to balance my daily meals. Slowly, my body began detoxifying itself of whatever was causing inflammation, disrupting my hormones and negatively impacting the health of my gut. Some examples of the potentially inflammatory foods that are eliminated on the Paleo Diet include all grains, corn/corn products, legumes, conventional dairy products, soy/soy products, all processed and refined sugars/oils.

RECAP, Paleo is a nutrient-dense real-foods diet that focuses on healing foods and eliminates harmful foods.

Which Foods Are Eliminated?

The eliminated foods in a Paleo diet are ones that contain very little nutrition and are difficult to digest because this may lead to the simulation of inflammation or negatively affect important hormones. This could cause much distress and infertility as well. Generally, a Paleo diet excludes: grains and pseudograins legumes (legumes with edible pods […]

What Foods Are Included?

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I asked myself this very same question over and over again when I was first wrapping my brain around this new way of eating and living. Transitioning from a vegetarian ultra-runner who lived off of breakfast burritos, chocolate cake & Buddha Bowls, trust me when I said this transition was more difficult than any Ultra-marathon […]

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