Episode #20 Paleo Diet truths explained by Dr. Loren Cordain, Ph.D. the founder of The Paleo Diet. The Paleo Diet is described in detail by the creator and researcher of the Original Human Diet. In this interview Dr. Cordain describes the importance of exercise and a Paleo Diet that is low in sugar and carbohydrates as was found in nature. Following this sort of Paleo Diet template is the fastest way to shed weight. Dr. Cordain explains in this interview the dangers of honey and other Paleo sugars as they wreck blood sugar and are to be avoided as they are similar to high fructose corn syrup.
The original humans were naturally lean and had six packs Dr. Cordain says in this interview as they ate a diet that was legume free, grain free, and dairy free. The Paleo Diet was low carb in nature and low in sugar which promoted an anti-inflammatory state within the body. This is why many popular athletes and people with autoimmune issues follow a Paleo Diet.
Dr. Cordain also discusses Chris Kresser appearance on Dr. Oz this year and his lack of education when it comes to saying legumes should be apart of a Paleo template. Dr. Cordain talks in depth on why legumes have no part in a Paleo Diet and backs this with actual research. The Paleo Diet is all about balance and Dr. Loren Cordain discusses bloggers and authors and the over use of of higher carb and sugar recipes that is stalling consumers of these recipes or possibly causing weigh gain instead of weight loss.
In this episode we hear from the founder himself about the answers to the most controversial subject like is Paleo Low Carb? Does honey wreck blood sugar, what about a Kegogenic Paleo Diet. Did man follow a naturally low carb, low sugar Paleo plan.
Learn the keys in this episode to weight loss using the principles outlined by the founder of The Paleo Diet himself Dr. Loren Cordain.
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Paleo Diet Truths & Myths Debunked By Dr. Loren Cordain Ph.D. # 20
Nutrition Advice, And What You Need To Know
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When working to select the most nutritious foods, choose those nearest their natural form. Unprocessed, fresh foods are the greatest way to make sure that you get the most nutrients possible.
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To ensure your body is able to make plenty of red blood cells, get plenty of vitamin B-12. Some vegetarians and elderly people may not get enough. Those suffering from anemia can also be at risk. Supplements work, as do fortified cereals.
Many people are taught to watch the amount of highly milled grains they consume. Milled grains are convenient, but getting rid of the grain’s husk also gets rid of most of its nutritional value. If you mill the whole grain and then buy fiber additives or wheat germ to add the benefits again, does that help? No, it just does not make sense.
As you can see, eating a balanced, nutritious diet is easy and fun. There is a lot of room for creativity in the world of food, so it is a wonderful way to enhance your quality of life without limiting yourself. These tips are only the beginning to a new, healthier you!