According to archeological studies, Paleolithic men were said to be strong and agile. As compared to modern men, they were not heavy-weight, if you use modern standards. They were also free from degenerative diseases known in our time, such as diabetes, osteoporosis, and cardiac disorders. The secret was revealed to be simple. Their overall fitness and health were due to their easy-paced lifestyle and the food they ate.
Today, this regimen is otherwise known as the Paleo diet. It is also otherwise known as the caveman’s, the stone age, or the hunter-gatherer’s diet. This nutritional program uses the same type of food that was eaten during the age of the Paleolithic men 10,000 years ago. It focuses on the ordinary food that you eat every day. Most of the components are inclusive of meat, seafood, eggs, fresh and dried fruits, raw vegetables, unsweetened almond milk, nuts and seeds, coconut milk, water, oils from plants, and other beverages.
Here is a list of the positive effects that this program can do for your body:
o It can lead you to lose a lot of pounds and aids in the process of weight control.
o It can help lessen the risk associated with obesity such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, anti- immune diseases, colorectal cancer, and osteoporosis.
o It also helps prevent acne, myopia, and depression.
o It can help stop diseases related to mineral and vitamin deficiency.
Other known pros of the regimen are the following:
o It is very high in nutrients, thus you have a minimal need to take in supplements for vitamins and minerals.
o It is proven to be very easy and simple to follow.
o Unlike other regimens, it encourages that you need to perform physical activities because this will enable your body to increase the intake of amino acids and this will also provide omega-6 and omega-3. It will also help in lowering the acidity in your body.