How Do You Follow The Low Carb Paleolithic (Cave Man) Diet?
Some nutritionists and diet experts think that the secret to maintaining a healthy weight and body is to eat the way our ancestors did, by following the Paleolithic (aka cave man) diet. Doing so requires a few changes in the average American diet. One of the underlying beliefs of the Paleolithic Diet is the idea that grains and other carbs were not consumed by cave men because they are toxic to the human body. Like the sugar busters diet, and Atkins Diet, the Paleolithic diet requires followers to eliminate all grains and other starchy foods from their diet plan. This includes wheat, corn, bread, pasta, beans, rice, dairy, and sugar. Increase your usual intake of protein. The caveman diet suggests that you eat a lot of meat, eggs, and nuts to get the protein you need. Because dairy isn’t allowed, you cannot prepare your eggs with milk or butter. Because peanuts and cashews are toxic in raw form, these nuts are not permitted on this low carb diet. Nutritionists suggest eating raw almond