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Paleo Diet

Author : Hanna Krem
ISBN : 1508477752
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The Most Delicious Paleo Recipes On The Planet Finally! A well-versed book about all the meals one can enjoy, while, trying to stay within the vicinities of the Paleo diet. Enjoy these fast and delicious Paleo recipes along with simplistic paleo diet information that'll keep you informed and, most importantly, healthy. The recipes include: Breakfast: Crispy sweet Potato and Eggs Blueberry Pancake Breakfast Stuffed Peppers Lunch: Lamb Patties and Tzatziki Avocado Chicken Salad Wrapped In Lettuce Dinner: Meatballs And Zucchini Pasta Roasted Pork With Brussel Sprouts Paleo Chili MANY MANY MORE Many of the dishes are inspired by gourmet recipes that are altered for the paleo diet. They still taste just as great as the originals. Click the BUY button to purchase and begin eating Delicious and Healthy Paleo meals today! Purchase The Ultimate Paleo Diet Guide And Recipes" right now... Tags: paleo diet, paleolithic, gluten free, paleo desert, paleo, paleo recipes, paleo cookbook, weight loss

The Nature Of Paleolithic Art

Author : R. Dale Guthrie
ISBN : 0226311260
Genre : Nature
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A richly illustrated study provides the most comprehensive representation of Paleolithic art ever published and offers a radical new way of interpreting the art and artifacts of these prehistoric cultures.

Paleo S Handbook The Ultimate Collection Of Basic Paleo Recipes

Author : Shawn Rashid
Genre : Cooking
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Before proceeding to the actual recipes, let's have a closer look to what the Paleo diet is and what are its main restrictions, as well as what you are allowed to eat and how balanced your meals should be. The Paleo diet, also known as the Caveman diet or Stone Age diet and sometimes Hunter-Gatherer diet, is a modern diet program based on what our ancestors used to eat. Basically, if our ancestors wouldn't recognize certain foods, then that specific food is not Paleo, therefore should be avoided. The diet consists in fish, meat coming from grass-fed animals, eggs, vegetables and fruits, fungi, roots and nuts and excludes grains, legumes, dairy products, salt and refined sugar, but also over processed oils, such as sunflower oil. The program was developed in the 70s and has gained many followers ever since, including myself. The idea is that despite all this technology, humans have barely changed and our body works in the same way as our ancestors did. For that reason, what was good for them then, it's just as good for us now, rather than the fatty, sugary diet we all have usually. The first great thing about it is that it recommends natural foods that have been little to no processed at all, clean meat and clean vegetables, free of any chemicals or additives, just like the Paleolithic man used to eat. The advantage of that is undeniable: improved health, detoxified body, healthier organs, a better functioning system, better looking skin, healthier gums and the list can go on. Once our body is free of all those toxins, fats and sugars, the difference is amazing. The Paleo diet is based on the idea of consuming more proteins than we currently are. A caveman used to eat at least 20% protein every day, while we barely reach 15% with a normal diet. The solution to this is more clean meat, seafood and plants rich in proteins. Apart from proteins, the Paleo diet also consists in foods rich in fibers, but not whole grains. Despite most beliefs, whole grains have less fibers than fresh vegetables for instance. Even fruits are richer in fibers than grains so the Paleo diet advices you to avoid them and choose fruits and vegetables instead. Fat takes a lot of our normal diet, but it has bad effects on our health. The Paleo diet includes fat as well, but the healthy kind, such as omega-3 and omega-6 found in extra virgin olive oil for instance, but also in coconut oil or ghee (clarified butter). Exclude other kind of fats such as butter, sunflower oil, margarine as they increase the risk of developing heart diseases. Our ancestors didn't use salt when cooking and in fact their cooking was little. They ate their food raw more than anything else and that brought them enough nutrients to function properly, have enough energy to hunt and look for food. Salt increases the risk of heart disease, kidney problems and high blood pressure. However, you don't have to cut it down completely, just reduce the amount of salt you use when cooking or buy food that has less salt as well. As an example, fast-food is literally loaded with sodium, but your homemade stew will not since you can control the ingredients and the way you cook it.

The Paleolithic Paradigm

Author : Terry Stocker
ISBN : 9781449022921
Genre : Religion
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The Paleolithic Paradigm takes us one step further in the nature/nurture debate. Certainly a certain percentage of our behaviors are biologically based. However, culture has the power to override much in genetic commands. The Amish exemplify this, no matter how much "we" qualify them as "quaint." Painting with a wide post-modern paint brush, Stocker takes on a journey through four cultures to show how different people can be. He offers the analogy: our genetic structure is the framework of any house. How we cover and decorate that frame is often the product of ancient traditions. However, we are all products of the same cognitive processes, thus explaining why we take ideas put into our heads as children to the grave whether we accept them, reject them, or alter them. It is this commonality the author examines. Accordingly, he wants to know, if we understand our cognition processes, can we change out behavior at will?

The Upper Paleolithic Of The Central Russian Plain

Author : Olga Soffer
ISBN : 9781483289182
Genre : History
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The Upper Paleolithic of the Central Russian Plain examines the hunter-gatherer adaptations on the Upper Paleolithic central Russian Plain. The book offers both a culture history for the area and an explanation for the changes in human adaptation. It presents what has been found at 29 major Upper Paleolithic sites occupied over a period of some 14,000 years. The book presents details of the archaeological inventories and assemblages found at the 29 sites, together with the geography and geology of the study area. It then uses environmental data to model environmental conditions and resource distribution during the various periods of human occupation, as well as to predict optimal strategies for exploiting available resources. Subsequent chapters present the relative and chronometric dating schemes. The book also elucidates the man-land relationships, ensuing subsistence strategies, settlement types present in the archaeological record, settlement systems, and sociopolitical behavior. The text will be significant to archaeologists, paleoecologists, and anthropologists interested in hunter-gatherers and late Pleistocene adaptations.

Stone Tools In The Paleolithic And Neolithic Near East

Author : John J. Shea
ISBN : 9781107006980
Genre : History
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This book surveys the archaeological record for stone tools from the earliest times to 6,500 years ago in the Near East.

The Great Paleolithic War

Author : David J. Meltzer
ISBN : 9780226293226
Genre : History
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Only a few years after the discovery in Europe in the late 1850s that humanity had roots predating history and the Biblical chronicles, and reaching deep into the Pleistocene, came the suggestion that North American prehistory might be just as old. And why not? There seemed to be an exact synchronism [of geological strata] between Europe and America,” and so by extension there ought to be a parallelism as to the antiquity of man.” That triggered an eager search for traces of the people who may have occupied North America in the recesses of the Ice Age. The Great Paleolithic War is the history of the longstanding and bitter dispute in North America over whether people had arrived here in Ice Age times.

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