This talk will focus on the practical details of eating paleo/primal. More than just a list of “allowable” foods, paleo is an approach to healthy eating that encourages self-experimentation, customization, and local decision-making. The intro will be useful for beginners, whereas the Q&A will be a platform to address more advanced topics from those who may already eat paleo/primal.
John Durant is a leader of the growing ancestral health movement and the author of The Paleo Manifesto (Random House, September 2013). Durant studied evolutionary psychology at Harvard prior to founding Paleo NYC and Barefoot Runners NYC, the largest paleo and barefoot running groups in the world. He has been featured in the New York Times, The Colbert Report, and NPR. He blogs at Hunter-Gatherer.com and tweets @JohnDurant.
John is a former president of the Harvard Libertarian Society.
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John Durant – Fundamentals of a Paleo Diet: Intro and Q&A – PorcFest X
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All parts of your life require good nutrition, including diet and exercise. Most people have some idea of what constitutes a balanced diet, but temptation makes it hard to follow faithfully. The truth is that developing healthy eating habits can be very simple with a measure of dedication. Use the advice and information in this article to help you create a healthier lifestyle.
When trying to come up with a grocery list of foods, try and choose foods that are not processed. Fresh and raw foods lock in the nutrients so that they are not cooked away before the meal.
Fiber is very important. Fiber helps satisfy the appetite and assists in weight loss. You can also lower your cholesterol levels. Getting enough dietary fiber helps reduce your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and colon cancer.
Women who are pregnant or lactating should pay close attention to their nutrition. Ample protein consumption is very important for pregnant women; however, pregnancy interferes with appetite. Adding egg whites to a smoothie for breakfast is one way to get the much needed protein. Eggs have no fat, are low calorie, and each egg white has 3 grams of the protein needed. Therefore, for pregnant women they are a wonderful protein addition. Eggs can carry health risks so it is important to consume those that have been pasteurized.
Put your fork down when you are nearly full. This helps your body to know when to begin digestion. As soon as you begin to feel full, stop and give yourself a few moments to see if you are full.
By following these simple tips, you will be able to maintain a balanced diet and reach the best level of nutrition for your body type. After getting into the habit of eating better, you will certainly notice improved health, stamina and energy.