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The Problem with Paleo: Taking a Deeper Look at the Popular Myths and Fallacies of Eating Like a Caveman Joey Lott

The Problem with Paleo: Taking a Deeper Look at the Popular Myths and Fallacies of Eating Like a Caveman

Joey Lott

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Holy Health Food or Paleo Propaganda?So, you’ve given up grains, sugar, and dairy—the evil white foods—in the name of health and weight loss. Seems like a pretty good plan, right? After all, the world is abuzz right now with paleo diet plans andMore Holy Health Food or Paleo Propaganda?So, you’ve given up grains, sugar, and dairy—the evil white foods—in the name of health and weight loss. Seems like a pretty good plan, right? After all, the world is abuzz right now with paleo diet plans and low-carb lifestyle tips. It seems everyone has gotten on the paleo bandwagon, but is it really all it’s cracked up to be?Lots of Hype, But How Much is True?The industry experts—the Wolfs, the Sissons, the Kressers—claim that a paleo or “primal” diet can cure all that ails you. Diabetes will disappear. Digestion will run like clockwork. Your excess weight will melt right off, and your muscles will be the envy of bodybuilders everywhere. The trouble is that most people don’t question if any of it is really true. Worse yet, some people start to experience negative side effects—fatigue, weakness, anxiety—and go to greater dietary extremes, still sucked into the paleo ideology.The trouble with most diets is that they claim to work for everyone all the time. And the truth is that that is simply not true! Paleo is no different. So if paleo doesn’t work the way it says it does, what is the truth?Questions Answered, Health RenewedIs insulin really the “fat-storing” hormone? Is sugar really the devil? If ketones are the preferred fuel source for the body, why will the body resort to eating its own muscle tissue if it’s deprived of carbohydrates? Author Joey Lott explores these, and other vital questions in The Problem with Paleo, a must-read for anyone hooked on the paleo propaganda but wondering if it’s really too good to be true. If you thought the paleo diet was going to be your cure all, but instead you feel weak and anxious, then maybe its time to ask some important questions and get a balanced view on this diet craze. The Problem with Paleo could be your solution.