The Tao of Paleo: Finding Your Path to Health and Harmony
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The best way to learn is to be engaged. This book will engage you. Written as a dialogue with a number of funny characters, this book will teach you everything you need to know about the paleo lifestyle in depth (not just the food aspect) and will entertain you along the way.
If you are serious about losing fat, gaining muscle, feeling younger and more energetic, sleeping better, playing harder, and improving your overall quality of life, this book is for you. It is a comprehensive guide to eating, playing, sleeping, and exercising in the way that humans were meant to do. It includes an easy-to-follow 12-week meal plan, exercise program, 36 delicious recipes, shopping list, and all the resources you'll need to start your paleo journey.
Finally, one third of the profits from your purchase go directly to the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, so your purchase will support small farmers that produce healthy, nutritious food.
Find your Tao today. Change your life.
and grains? JG: No. Remember, the anti-nutrients prevent our bodies from absorbing whatever healthy stuff is in cereal and grains, and they don’t contain anything essential for humans anyhow. Even brown rice, whole grain rice, and corn - none of which have gluten - contain loads of phytic acid. Ironically, even when grains are fortified with vitamins and minerals, the phytic acid in the grains prevents the body from absorbing most of them. Although grains are a source of the macronutrient
healthy fats, and essential amino acids. Animals that are fed a proper diet produce far superior meat, of course. As an example, grass-fed beef is preferred over grain fed beef because it has more omega-3 fat, has more beta-carotine, vitamin E, two of the B vitamins, more minerals, and more CLA - a substance that studies have identified as a cancer fighter. JG: I’ve got a small beef about labeling. If your beef doesn’t say 100% ORGANIC grass-fed beef on the label, then it was probably
sugar-filled liquid food. Homemade fruit juices and macerations deliver sugar to the body without the solids and fiber that allow you to digest slowly. No fruit smoothies, no fruit shakes, no fruit purees. JS: Liquid food can spike insulin just like eating sugar, and of course, that will cause… JG: DUM DUM DUM… JS: …excess body fat. JG: Uh oh, Joe. Trouble. GG: Uuuuuhhhhh!!! JS: You’re out of crackers, right? JG: He ate them all. GG: GRAINS! BRAINS! JS: NOT AGAIN! JG: Luckily I
middle of the day. For many people, this is the optimum window from a fat-burning point of view. You’ll figure that out later. For now, don’t worry too much about it, as long as you aren’t waking up ravenous in the middle of the night. In fact, ditch the scale completely. It will only thwart your ability to find your Tao. JS: If you are waking up to eat, that could be sign that you’re not eating enough or that you have a hormonal imbalance. If the former, you need to eat more good, quality paleo
have a stressful job. You need to unwind when you get home. There’s family to spend time with. There might be a second job or a ton of housework. You might think eight hours of sleep is just a pipe dream. JS: It’s really important, though. Starting with the obvious: if you get sufficient sleep, you’re going to feel better, have more energy, and generally feel healthier and happier than if you don’t get sufficient sleep. JG: Right…which is all very paleo. WW: This is absolute malarky. I drink