Paleo diet is based on the premise (FLAWED) EAT LIKE our Ancestors – Who Did Not Have a Prefrontal Brain to Support!

Paleo diet is based on the premise (FLAWED) of eating real food, LIKE our ancestors – who did not have a Prefrontal brain to Support!

Inspired by Author Isadora Baum | Well and Good   JUNE 28, 2019 AT 09:38AM BY CWC

If someone had suggested 10 years ago to “eat like a caveman,” – Flawed concept!

Cavemen did not have a prefrontal brain to support with ‘ barley loaves & fishes!

CNS & PREFRONTAL BRAIN Cannot be supported without Ancient Grains (non-GMO) Plant Protein & Seafood Protein!

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Paleo diet is based on the premise of eating real food, as close to our ancestors – but ‘flawed concept’-the Cavemen did not design tall building or Fly Jet Planes!

Today, and that’s the entire ethos of the very popular Paleo diet. 

“The Paleo diet is based on the premise of eating real food, as close to our ancestors – (who did not have a sophisticated PREFRONTAL BRAIN)  as possible.

Food Allergies -RESEARCH IS SHOWING  are mostly caused by  CAFO-GMO Industrial Skip-the-step &  MAKE MORE PROFIT!

Why not ‘Cut-to-the-Chase’ & just remove the ALLERGY CAUSING UNETHICAL & INHUMANE Processing of Frankenfood! 

CAFO waste! Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation-Over 168 Gases are Emitted-Major Cause of ‘Global Warming’ – Ban GMO & CAFOs Go Away https://www.linkedin.com/post/edit/concentrated-animal-feeding-operation-over-168-gases-emitted-hinkle

#1 Modern Meat & Dairy – Heat altered-destroying the Live Beneficial bacteria  &  Fed with GMO (add in Cortisol) 

#1 Heat altered (Roasted) Peanuts, nuts & seeds (that SOAKING & RINSING the only way to remove the Seed locks & Lectins!

#3 Over-Milling (removal of plant protein) to create Refined Disease-Causing Flour

#4 Over-Diluting the Plant Protein to 1 gram or less) the grain & nut milk -without soaking & SOAKING & RINSING the only way to remove the Seed locks & Lectins!

 It removes common inflammatory foods like GMO grains, HEAT ALTERED & GMO FED MODERN dairy, GMO soy, processed GMO vegetable oils, refined sugar and legumes,” says Samantha Presicci, MCN, RD, LD, CPT, lead dietitian at Snap Kitchen. 

The eating plan comes with a decent amount of potential benefits, she says, including reduced inflammation and improved digestion and blood sugar control.  

(However, some experts say more research is needed.)

It might especially beneficial for those struggling with GI issues. (LIKELY FROM CONSUMING MODERN GMO fed & Pasteurized (gut bacteria removed) DAIRY

“Some people, including some of my clients with digestive health issues and autoimmune disease, report feeling better on a Paleo diet, but this is all anecdotal,” says EA Stewart, MBA, RD, CLT. She also likes the emphasis on whole foods and reduction of added sugars and highly processed foods, neither of which do any favors for people’s health.

Read More on the ‘Partial, incomplete notions of the Paleo Diet:

WITH MISSING PLANT & SEAFOOD  PROTEIN!

While the initial Paleo diet “rules” were pretty strict, (but not ‘inclusive for Real Unaltered Natural PLANT & SEAFOOD PROTEIN!)

Stewart says there are many interpretations out there that are more manageable. “There are no hard-and-fast rules about the percentage of foods and macronutrients that should be eaten on the Paleo diet,” she says. A person’s Paleo macros needs could vary on the day and one’s activity level, adds Presicci.

Still, it can be tricky to know where to start with Paleo eating—which is why we asked Stewart and Presicci to help us build a healthy plate. (Because yes, even though you’re eating like a caveman, using plates and utensils is definitely encouraged.)

Start with lots of non-starchy vegetables-

Gluten-Free (Flawed concept-Mostly starch & low Plant Protein)

“As with any dietary lifestyle, your plate should be at least half veggies, since they provide lots of micronutrients that are beneficial for mitochondrial health and overall body function,” says Presicci. This is even truer on Paleo, when carbs are limited. Stewart agrees, and says she has her clients aim for two to three cups (or more!) of vegetables every day.

Most vegetables are fair game, but Presicci says people on Paleo should prioritize non-starchy but   (low) plant protein vegetables like leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts. That’s because the starchier kind (like sweet potatoes) will count more as a carb in this situation.

“In regards to the paleo diet, most all vegetables and fruit are allowed, although most versions omit white potatoes (lectins in the peel) , but allow sweet potatoes. One other exception is corn, which can also be considered a grain, and is not allowed on a paleo diet,” Stewart adds.

Get your carbs from starchier veggies

Healthy carbohydrate foods provide energy and fiber to the body. But on Paleo, sources of carbs are a bit limited, since NON-GMO ANCIENT grains, legumes, Eliminate GMO corn & white potatoes (nightshade plant -CONCENTRATED LECTINS IN THE PEEL)are restricted or extremely limited. So…what’s on the table instead?

“When following a Paleo framework your main source of carbohydrates will be starchy veggies like sweet potatoes, yucca, onion, parsnips, plantains, beets and more. There are plenty of options! Raw (Soaked-not allergy-causing Roasted) Nuts, seeds and fruit will also provide carbohydrates,” says Presicci. You can figure about a fourth of the plate might consist of these starchy veggies or carbs, and this could factor into the half of the plate made up of vegetables, she says.

Of course, there is no hard-or-fast rule with Paleo diet macros, says Stewart. “Some people do well with higher carbs, and some do better with lower carbs, so a good starting point is 30 to 55 percent [of your daily diet]” she says. Presicci agrees: “Some people won’t need any starchy veggies—low activity, for example—so it’s not the same for everyone,” she says. “Additionally, lots of foods have carbs in them that might also fit in the protein or fat category, like coconut and nuts and seeds.”

Fill up a quarter of your plate with protein

Protein Plant, Non-GMO PASTURED & WILD animal & Seafood protein) needs are individual, but a good starting point is 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight, or 0.36 grams per pound. This would equate to 54 grams per day for a 150-pound woman, says Stewart.

“I find many of my clients don’t get enough protein at breakfast, which helps prevent hunger throughout the day, and less overeating at night, so I suggest spreading protein intake throughout the day. This might be 20-plus grams at breakfast, 20-plus at lunch, and 15-plus at dinner,” Stewart says.

This translates to about a fourth to a third of the plate, depending on your individual needs. Go for plant-based protein from raw (soaked) nuts and seeds (you’ll also get a little bit from vegetables), Non-GMO fed eggs,  meats, including PASTURE RAISED  meat, poultry, and fish like wild salmon, sardines, and others that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

Incorporate fats throughout each meal

Fat can either replace the carbs on your plate or be in addition to them, says Presicci. “Great sources of fat on a Paleo diet include avocado, Raw, ‘Soaked’ not roasted)nuts and seeds, coconut, Virgin coconut oil, avocado oil, pastured animal fats, PASTURED ghee, olives, and extra-virgin olive oil,-for Cold Applications” she says.

Stewart agrees, saying a typical range might be 20 to 40 percent of calories from fat with an emphasis on monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats, which come from avocados, olives, nuts, and seeds, and fatty fish, as well as FREE RANGE (Non-GMO) fed poultry, PASTURE-RAISED  meat & wild game. These would be sprinkled throughout, so it’s hard to give a set macro ratio, but Presicci says fats should be about a fourth of the plate.

Illustration by Well+Good Creative

What does a sample plate look like?

A very generalized example: Presicci says a fourth of your plate would be protein, half would veggies (with some carby vegetables as part of that) and another fourth is healthy (PASTURED) fat, sprinkled around in PLANT protein sources and cooking oils (not Omega 6 -Inflammatory) and sauces. However, since paleo does emphasize protein (mostly animal? Modern Animal protein is CAFO-GMO fed), and especially if you are active, you can add in more protein as you see fit, while still keeping enough carbs for your body and some fats.

For breakfast, that might look like two eggs (Fed GMO – INFLAMMATORY) sautéed in avocado oil with spinach and fresh herbs, a half cup of coconut milk yogurt (NOT CAFO-GMO MODERN DAIRY)  topped with blueberries, hemp seeds, and pumpkin seeds. Lunch could be a salad with chopped kale, shredded cabbage, and four to six ounces of chicken breast, topped with slivered almonds and some olive oil. Dinner could be some a sheet-pan dinner of WILD CAUGHT salmon, sweet potato, and green beans roasted together with some dairy-free pesto.

Are these proportions universal for all meals?

Not at all! It varies by the individual—their energy production, appetite, hormonal changes, and more—all of which can make the ratios change on a daily basis. But this is a good model to keep in mind for forming healthy Paleo meals when you’re feeling stuck.

“This isn’t an exact science, and part of the beauty of Paleo is that in eating real food, you get to focus less on macros,” says Presicci. Sounds pretty sweet to me.

Here’s how a Mediterranean plate compares to the Paleo plate. And here’s how to tell the difference between Paleo and Whole30 (because they’re pretty similar – BUT DO NOT CONSIDER THE OVERPROCESSING OF THE MODERN CAFO-GMO ERA.)

#1 Modern Meat & Dairy – Heat altered-destroying the Live Beneficial bacteria  &  Fed with GMO (add in Cortisol) 

#1 Heat altered (Roasted) Peanuts, nuts & seeds (that SOAKING & RINSING the only way to remove the Seed locks & Lectins!

#3 Over-Milling (removal of plant protein) to create Refined Disease-Causing Flour

#4 Over-Diluting the Plant Protein to 1 gram or less) the grain & nut milk -without soaking & SOAKING & RINSING the only way to remove the Seed locks & Lectins!

It removes common inflammatory foods like GMO grains, HEAT ALTERED & GMO FED MODERN dairy, GMO soy, processed GMO vegetable oils, refined sugar and legumes,”

CAFO waste! Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation-Over 168 Gases are Emitted-Major Cause of ‘Global Warming’ – Ban GMO & CAFOs Go Away https://www.linkedin.com/post/edit/concentrated-animal-feeding-operation-over-168-gases-emitted-hinkle

 

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Author Isadora Baum | Well and Good

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