Lazy Dieter’s Guide to Paleo Diet Basics — 5 Steps to Success

Eating a Healthy Paleo Diet doesn’t need to be complicated. Here are 5 steps to Paleo Diet Basics.

Think I missed something? What kind of experiences ahve you had with Paleo diets?

Please let me know in the comments if you have any thoughts or any suggestions!





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26 Replies to “Lazy Dieter’s Guide to Paleo Diet Basics — 5 Steps to Success”

  1. SharpieNail Art

    I don't understand why people seem to find it hard Really . I've been on  a lot of different diets < where you have to count everything. It's crazy and you just get sooo frustrated !! I'm Paleo  w/ Primal twist.  Eat whole ( Natural ) foods . If man processed it leave it alone. Low carb veg. Not a lot of protein/ good fats . Simple !! Not for everyone but what is ?

  2. Valerie Mariscal

    I see everywhere.. grass fed ground beefs and meats! Does it HAVE TO BE GRASS FED? Can I just use the 97% lean ground beef? It doesnt say grass fed… non of my meats that I buy say grass fed? If i have to buy grass fed meats, where could I go to buy that?  thanks in advance!! :)

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  4. Paleo Flourish Magazine

    Excellent questions!

    Raw, grass-fed, pastured dairy is great, including butter, but most people need to cut it out for a while (30-60 days), then reintroduce and see how they feel. Never pasteurized dairy.

    Animal meat shouldn't be lean, since the fat is where most of the micronutrients are stored.

    I can't give specific advice re your medical condition, but in general, it can help diabetics to remove/limit fruits and tubers until they regain insulin sensitivity.

  5. Depirts

    Hi Jeremy; When you mentioned no dairy, does this include raw grass fed pastured milk products, no butter? What about animal fat, should animal protein be lean? I'm a diabetic and worry about eating too many carbs found in fruits and vegetables especially most tubers. Should I be concerned?

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