The Paleo Diet: A Blueprint for Success or Failure?

The paleolithic diet, regularly referred to as the paleo diet, or caveman diet, is a set of nutritional guidelines, founded upon what we believe Stone-Age cavemen ate, during the paleolithic era. Vegetables, fruits, fish, meats from grass-fed animals, nuts and eggs are all part of the Stone-Age diet. Foods that are banned by the caveman diet are refined sugars, all dairy products, grains, potatoes and legumes. The Paleolithic era began over 2.5 million years ago and ended approximately 10,000 years ago and that is when agricultural and grain based diets developed. Since then, humans have evolved and tried to optimize their health through all sorts of nutritional and exercise plans. Relatively recently, our continuing quest to find the superhuman diet, has lead many to believe that the paleo diet is supreme and it's popularity has grown exponentially. Is the key to longevity to abandon our modern agricultural diets are revert back to the diets of pre-historic man? Is the ador

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