Find Out More About Hunter Gatherer Diet

Hunter gatherer diet also known as paleo diet might be described as a diet plan based on plants and wild animals which our ancestors, many many years ago (in the Paleolithic age), were used to eat. A contemporary paleo diet or hunter gatherer diet consists of nuts, roots, fish, meat etc. exclusive of any sort of farm or processed foods.

The reason why many people like this diet plan is pretty simple. People in the Paleolithic period were healthy with a strong physique. They were free of illnesses like depression, arthritis, heart disease, diabetes etc. They did not have to wear glasses as their eye sight was good. These illnesses and over weight problems came with the improvement of science & technology, so why not return to that and live a healthy life.

Even the foods which we get from farms are not acceptable in hunter gatherer diet such as sugar, potatoes, beans, grains, dairy products etc. You are only permitted to eat berries, meat, fish, fruits, nuts, roots etc. which people in Paleolithic age used to consume.

Hunter gatherer diet will lessen the calorie consumption and increase the vitamin intake considerably. You may begin with having the paleo diet in the breakfast everyday. At the time when the body gets used to that, you’ll be able to start having it in all 3 meals.

A widely popular book on this diet called as the Primal Blueprint has been written by Mark Sisson, a former world class endurance sports person with a degree in environmental science. The primal blueprint diet is similar to the paleo diet. He also described in his book, a few actions which are crucial to build a fit and strong body like moving around slowly, lifting heavy things, lots of sleep etc. Stuff that hunter gatherers were used to do.

You will find thousands of diet plans available today and plenty are coming every month, nearly all of which have success rate under 10%. Going backward and adopting a hunter gatherer diet might be the one needed for you.


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