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Debunking the Biggest Myths About The Paleo Diet

By Jane Dizon
May 27, 2017

Many people are skeptical whenever change is introduced - and The Paleo Diet® is no exemption. Many things have been said about this diet and it's easy to get confused with what's true and what's not.

Let’s debunk some of the common myths about The Paleo Diet. Who knows? One of the myths on this list may just be the very hurdle that’s been keeping you from leading a healthier lifestyle.

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