Meal Prep Plan
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What exactly is Paleo and how to live a Paleo lifestyle?...
The Paleo Diet is an effort to eat like we used to eat back in the day…WAY back in the day. If a caveman couldn’t eat it, neither can you.
This means you can eat anything we could hunt or gather – meats, fish, nuts, leafy greens, regional veggies, and seeds. Sorry, the pasta, cereal, and candy will have to go! Instead of pasta, you’ll be eating things like paleo spaghetti, chicken stir fry, or paleo tacos.
You see, I hate counting calories.
I don’t like keeping track of how much I’ve eaten or obsessing over how many grams of a particular nutrient I’ve had. Not only do I hate counting calories, but I know that calories are really only half of the battle, as they’re not all created equal – 400 calories of Doritos do NOT affect your body in the same way as 400 calories of high-quality vegetables and protein.
Fortunately, if you can expand your horizons and remove certain types of food from your diet, you can stop worrying about counting calories FOREVER (sorry, the Count – ah ah ah). I’d love to suggest a particular type of eating that doesn’t require counting a single calorie AND allows you to eat until you’re no longer hungry. Oh, and it can help you lose weight, build muscle, and get in the best shape of your life.
I know, that sounds like an ad for some really shady supplement or diet book that you’d see on TV at 4 AM. It’s not, it actually works. It’s helped many people achieve jaw-dropping transformations, including myself.
The Paleo or Paleolithic style of eating brings us back to our roots as Hunters & Gatherers. This plan consists of lean proteins, very few complex carbohydrates, fruits, nuts, seeds and essential fatty acids such as: salmon, nuts, avocado, etc. Archeological and Anthropological data indicates that our ancestors were free of cancers, heart disease and autoimmune diseases mainly because of their diet. Our Paleo plan is free of legumes, grains, and dairy – all of which are the major differences between this a traditional Plan.
• Every meal is 325-550 calories
• Consists of lean proteins
• High in fibrous vegetables
• Essential Fats