So, no grains, no sugar, no processed foods. Whether you're discussing the paleo diet or not, many studies have shown an incredible number of diseases and lifestyle issues can be reversed with these three simple changes. Take a look at this time newspaper article on cancer tumor patients who switched to a zero-sugar diet and observed positive results.
I believe not. Ancestral intelligence explains to us that feeding the spirit is quite basically as important as feeding the body. Even as understand how our ancestors fed their bodies, I really believe we should pay equal focus on how they given their souls. In case the few left over native cultures are to survive-and I really believe their survival is important not only for them but for everyone on the planet-we must interact to find ways to totally protect these indigenous people. They need space, they want their native habitats kept intact, plus they have to be left alone.
not Paleo, but also not on the definite no-no list, like beans, potatoes, and rice. At the very least, you'll want to remain gluten-free and choose the least toxic of the options. I'd not usually recommend beans, potatoes, and rice, but I would not usually recommend a Vegan Paleo lifestyle either, therefore i guess we'll just have to try it if the previous 2 models of advice aren't working. Its still much better than a non-Paleo lifestyle!
Additionally, over the years I have dealt with a variety of other health issues including fibromyalgia, irritable bowel, Candida overgrowth, stress, depression, chronic tiredness, hypoglycemia, adrenal exhaustion and migraines and my child experienced hyperactivity attention deficit disorder. Again, I found that the diet you eat is a main factor involved in each of these conditions as well.