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We asked a dietitian if the vegan/paleo mashup makes nutritional sense.
The good news is there are a number of ingredients that accommodate everyone.
Paleo is definitely a lifestyle that has had enormous popularity and is also hard to call a fad since it's existed for eons. In the last few years however it escalated in popularity. You couldn't walk into a bookstore without seeing dozens of paleo based books including paleo for dogs. So since it peaked not long ago are people slowly moving away from it? Does it still have merit or have people moved on to something new?
You'll eat better, feel better and maybe even lose weight.
A new study challenges the idea that hunter-gatherers mainly relied on meat and fish.
Sure, pasta fits into a healthy 80 Twenty lifestyle, but the common complaint from pasta lovers trying to watch their waistlines is difficulty controlling portion sizes. A cup of pasta looks a little sad when compared to the amount you would typically serve yourself. Especially when you compare to restaurant portions which can be 6 cups of pasta or more!
At the end of the day, it all comes down to calories.
Because eating healthy doesn't mean living off salad.
The Paleo Diet isn't just a diet trend. It's actually the world's healthiest diet, because it focuses on foods humans are genetically adapted to eat. The Paleo Diet includes everyday foods that mimic the diets of our pre-agricultural, hunter-gatherer ancestors.