I'm a newbie to Paleo from London, UK.
Here's an average daily meal plan. Please tell me if I am doing this right for health and weight loss and how long it usually takes o start seeing results. Thanks so so much I do appreciate any feedback and the more honest the better. Want to do this RIGHT
Breakfast : Half an organic banana with a teaspoon of almond butter (Biona brand) One poached, free range egg, handful of organic spinach and two pieces of free range bacon, most of the fat removed. Cup of tea with goat's milk
Snack : Organic clementine with four almonds or beef jerky from organic farm, no added stuff
Lunch : Crayfish and avacado salad with no dressing or lemon juice or poached chicken with red cabbage wrapped in seaweed nori
Snack : Vita Coco, plain flavour or Carrot juice, (100% pure carrot)
Dinner : Grass-fed steak or pork chop cooked in avocado or hemp seed oil, with salt and pepper, brocolli and or bell peppers
Pudding (sometimes) : Pure coconut yoghurt from these guys http://coyo.co.uk/ (By the way, if this is a paleo food, it is AMAZING)
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on January 17, 2013
at 03:18 PM
From a dietary perspective, that looks pretty decent for health. I would question if you really need all those snacks? If you are truly hungry, go for it. If not, try to cut them out and maybe have slightly larger meals.
From a total health perspective, you haven't mentioned physical activity and exercise? You aren't going to see dramatic weight loss results (which I'm inferring you are looking for) without exercise as well. If you are obese, the food plan looks great then, but just start with light exercise to keep the joints happy. If you are just generally overweight, I would consider less snacks, and definitely get a physical activity routine going.
on January 17, 2013
at 05:16 PM
Part of the Paleo lifestyle is to "eat when you are hungry". Also because you are eating more fat, you can feel full for longer and don't need to be snacking that often, which IMO is great. You can see more information about this here http://www.marksdailyapple.com/meal-timing/