Boost Your Weight-Loss Resolution With The Paleo Diet

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Now that we’re well into January, you may be taking stock of your New Year’s resolution to lose a few pounds.  How’s it going?  If you’re struggling (dieting isn’t easy) you may be interested in taking an approach which involves eating large and satisyfing portions of real food.  Perhaps its time to boost your weight-loss resolution with the paleo diet!

The paleo diet – also referred to as the primal diet, the caveman diet, the Stone Age diet and the hunter-gatherer diet – is a way of obtaining nutrition based on the presumed ancient diet of wild plants and animals that various human species habitually consumed during the Paleolithic era.  Increasing numbers of people are reporting success:

So, how to get started? It’s easy with this handy ‘Boost Your Weight-Loss Resolution With The Paleo Diet’ guide from Paleo Diet News!

Getting Started:

Losing Weight

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Wherever your are on your journey, you really can boost your weight-loss resolution with the paleo diet.  Have fun!

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One Response to Boost Your Weight-Loss Resolution With The Paleo Diet

  1. Yograj February 28, 2012 at 12:01 pm

    Hi, it sdnuos like you are going real well on your diet, its great as you are not restricting yourself, just eating the right foods! The reason the scale isn’t moving is because muscle actually weighs three times more than fat. You may not be aware of it, but all the walking you are doing, and all the protein you are eating, is causing you to turn fat into muscle. Now don’t get freaked out by that, you aren’t gonna end up like a muscle freak or anything unless you pump iron and hit the juice. It just means you’re getting a lot healthier which you’ve noticed. A much better way to monitor progress like yours, is rather than scales, take measurements from your waist etc. This will give you a much clearer indication of how much fat you are dropping. The only problem is, you probably already dropped loads, so you won’t get to track all the progress! cheers.References :