Greater attentiveness to diet and exercise has become an obviously growing trend in America. After decades of excess, many are reacquainting themselves with better eating habits in order that they might feel better, as well as look better.
I’ve written before about how, as I age, the way in which I eat exerts a much stronger influence over my health and appearance. I was one of those people who could actually get away with less-than-stellar dietary habits up until not too terribly many years ago, but even for someone like me, the time comes when you have to clean up your act…literally.
On that note, one of the diet trends to which people are turning in droves is to eat in the way that cavemen would have eaten…a so-called paleo diet. The idea is that you eat only those things that a caveman would have been able to find and consume…things like meat, fish, leafy greens, and seeds.
Would a caveman ever stumble across a bag of potato chips? A piece of chocolate cake? A bowl of cereal?
It turns out that country music superstar Tim McGraw has borrowed heavily from the paleo diet to help him get back into the kind of shape he hasn’t seen for many years…maybe ever! An article over at Foods 4 Better Health about McGraw’s current fitness and dietary regimen says, in part, that the singer “follows a near-Paleo regimen, which means it’s pretty close to full-on Paleo with a few modifications. The Paleo diet is a type of eating similar to our cavemen ancestors from thousands of years ago. It is based on a hunter-gatherer approach, and the basic principles include no processed foods, no sugar, and no grains.”
If a Paleo-type diet makes sense to you, but you would like some sound guidance on how to get started, and would further like to be sure that you’ll enjoy eating what it is that you prepare “paleo-style,” then the Paleo Beginners Guide may be just what the doctor ordered…literally!
How do recipes like the "Strawberry Shortcut Smoothie" or the "Chile-Rubbed Chicken Fajitas with Avocado" sound? Awfully good for a “hardcore” diet regimen, don’t you think?
What’s more, the Paleo Beginners Guide is not just any diet book; it is a New York Times Best Seller, and has already helped thousands of people to lose weight quickly and easily.
As great as all that is, I can go you one better – right now, it’s available for free. The folks behind this book say they want everyone to experience the benefits of eating Paleo, which not only helps in weight loss, but also in looking and feeling years younger, because it provides your body with the nutrients it needs.
If you’re interested in making a change…a real change…that will help you to realize better health and a better appearance, then pick up this free cookbook today; Click Here.
By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large