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Your Paleo Answers – Most Common FAQ's About The Paleo Diet®

By Jane Dizon
January 26, 2018

The Paleo Diet® is not anything new. It has been around for centuries. At its core, The Paleo Diet takes food back to its roots, sometimes literally. Whole foods, lean protein, organic and non-GMO foods are the basis of a paleo diet.

Going Paleo is a choice that will positively affect your entire life. By eliminating excess sugars, added preservatives, and processed foods, your diet is filled with nutrient- and mineral-rich sustenance.

But with all the research available on print and online, there are still many questions that sceptics of The Paleo Diet have. Here is a list of some of the most frequently asked questions and answers to help you understand The Paleo Diet.

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References:

1. Eaton, S. B., L. Cordain and S. Lindeberg. Evolutionary Health Promotion: A Consideration of Common Counterarguments. Preventive Medicine. 2001. 34: 119-23.
2. Pinheiro, M. M., T. Wilson. Dietary Fat: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Nutrition Guide for Physicians and Related Healthcare Professionals. 2017. 241-47.
3. Bernstein, A. M., et al., A Home-Based Nutrition Intervention to Increase Consumption of Fruits, Vegetables, and Calcium-Rich Foods in Community Dwelling Elders. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2002. 102(10): 1421-1427.
4. Hou, K. J., D. Lee, J. Lewis. Diet and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Review of Patient-Targeted Recommendations. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2014. 12(10): 1592-1600.
5. Cordain, L. AARP The Paleo Answer: 7 Days to Lose Weight, Feel Great, Stay Young. 2012.
6. Masharani, U., et al. Metabolic and Physiologic Effects From Consuming a Hunter-Gatherer (Paleolithic)-Type Diet in Type 2 Diabetes. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2015. 69(8) 944-8.
7. Cordain, L., The Nutritional Characteristics of a Contemporary Diet Based Upon Paleolithic Food Groups. 2002. Jana 5(3): 15-24).
8. Poterba, M. J., S. F. Venti, D. A. Wise. The Asset Cost of Poor Health. The Journal of the Economics of Ageing. 2017. 9:172-84.
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