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    Many people have found, or rediscovered their health and wellness from the Paleolithic diet and Paleo recipes. It is not brand new information, simply a reminder of how much more satisfied we were when we consumed foods that are more palatable for human genetic evolution. The Paleolithic diet is primarily made up of lean meats, seafood, fresh fruits, and fresh vegetables. These are all natural foods that our ancestors thrived on for many centuries. Every one of the essential dietary needs is present in these foods: vitamins, fats, protein, carbohydrates, antioxidants, and phytosterols - all of which lead to an ideal weight, optimum health, and peak athletic performance. People that have been eating according to the Paleolithic diet and Paleo…

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    Paleolithic Diet Theory

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    with patients? The future advanced practice nurse (APN), in breaking down her previously chosen phenomenon of interest (POI), Paleolithic diet and its effects on inflammation, will relate it to nursing’s foundation, the meta-paradigm of nursing, grand nursing theory, middle range theory and complexity science. Phenomenon of Interest Inflammation has been recognized as a basis for chronic disease (Minihane et al., 2015). The World Health Organization (WHO) predicts that by 2020 75% of worldwide…

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    Diet, a dreaded word for almost every human being. Many New Year’s resolutions are dedicated to starting a new diet, eating healthier, and exercising more. Within 2 weeks, a quarter of the New Year’s revolutions to diet are broken and in only 1 month almost half of the attempts are deserted (Averkamp, 2015). In fact, per Averkamp’s research, Americans make an average of 4 attempts a year to lose weight and in 2012 we spent an estimated 65 Billion dollars dieting! We never seem to be happy…

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    I have included a table comparing my diet’s food group servings in comparison to the CFG recommended servings. It is evident that my diet did not conform to the serving numbers recommended in CFG. I’m not consuming nearly enough milk or grain products while my meat and alternatives intake is astronomical in comparison. I predicted that my milk and alternatives score would be very low as I don’t include dairy products in my diet other than chocolate milk and creamer in coffee. Because of the…

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    Paleolithic Diet Essay

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    Dr. Loren Cordain is a founder of the Paleolithic diet. Born on October 24, 1950 in the United States, he specialized in nutrition and exercise physiology(Loren Cordain). From a young age he was said to have been interested in nutrition when his mother persuaded him to eat his peas and carrots and his father bought him a cave man diet book. When he reached college age he got his bachelor's degree in Health Sciences from Pacific University, his masters in Exercise Physiology at the University of…

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    Raw Food Diet Essay

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    food diet for dogs. The raw food diet is a controversial subject in some circles. This makes it a valuable study to learn what the raw food diet is. I will also look at what some of the reasons for switching to a raw food diet are and try to answer the question of whether this is a healthy alternative to conventional dog foods. Background The raw food diet was first proposed in 1993 by Dr. Ian Billinghust. He coined the acronym BARF. This stands for the Biologically Appropriate Raw Food Diet…

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    The Paleolithic diet is an entirely new way of eating. Although it initially sounds radical, converts cannot stop raving about its benefits. The Paleolithic man had an entirely different diet than modern man does. His relationship with food was completely different than ours. A lot of our food experiences are emotional or sentimental. We eat things we "love" and enjoy. We savor our meals. The Paleo man ate to fuel his body. He ate for survival. He ate what was available. Modern man responded to…

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    Wheat, especially when genetically modified, has been scientifically proven to cause many human health problems such as vitamin deficiency and gluten sensitivity, and humans should aim to replace wheat with more healthier grains in order to maintain a healthy diet. Humans, who were originally hunters and gatherers, followed a Paleolithic diet for most of their existence, which excluded wheat, but the introduction of grains was followed by a decrease in bone and muscle health as well as other…

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    Palaeolithic-type diet in obese postmenopausal women: a two-year randomized trial, two groups of postmenopausal women were subjected to two different diets. One diet was the Palaeolithic diet (PD), and the other was the Nordic Nutrition Recommendation (NNR) diet. The goal of the article was to present the data collected from a long term study showing the effects of a high protein diet versus a low-fat, high fiber diet in obese postmenopausal women. The data collected showed the effects of the…

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    Paleo Diet Research Paper

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    I am going to write about the Paleo Diet that is a diet that I believe to be very valuable for human helath. "A paleo diet is a dietary plan based on foods similar to what might have been eaten during the Paleolithic era, which dates from approximately 2.5 million to 10,000 years ago. A paleo diet typically includes lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds — foods that in the past could be obtained by hunting and gathering. A paleo diet limits foods that became common when farming…

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