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What's the next bullet point for Paleo?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 04, 2011 at 3:50 AM

There are many versions of Paleo, but there is consensus about general things. Collected from all the sites out there, here is how you do Paleo.

  • No grains, no legumes, no processed sugar, no processed foods. Eat wild animals, do Intermittent Fasting

  • Exercise should be shorter and more intense.

  • Protein/Fat/Carbs ratios should be high in fat, but adjust as needed.

What's going to be the next development in Paleo? I think as regards to how Paleo truelly improves health, it's going to be to eat more food raw, and not cooked.

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I disagree with your answer HC. No where in the OP question does he talk about just eating paleo. He asks about versions of paleo. Exercise definitely fits into a paleo lifestyle. Paleo is not just about diet, it is a way of life encompassing diet, exercise, lifestyle and various other factors, and I think shorter more intense exercise is part of that. IF'ing is more a personal choice but still fits in.

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Agreed. Intermittent fasting is far from a consensus point. We could probably agree that paleo man *did* fast regularly, but people today trying to use a paleo diet to recover from stress-induced health problems don't need the stress caused by long periods of fasting. It should probably be reserved for those in good health who are looking to maximize it.

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on August 04, 2011
at 04:05 AM

Eating paleo has nothing to do with shorter, more intense workouts. That really has nothing to do with how to eat. Intermittent fasting is also not something you have to do to follow a paleo diet. Just because you read recommendations or get advice from "paleo" sites doesn't mean they are paleo rules you have to follow.

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on August 04, 2011
at 07:46 AM

I disagree with your answer HC. No where in the OP question does he talk about just eating paleo. He asks about versions of paleo. Exercise definitely fits into a paleo lifestyle. Paleo is not just about diet, it is a way of life encompassing diet, exercise, lifestyle and various other factors, and I think shorter more intense exercise is part of that. IF'ing is more a personal choice but still fits in.

03fa485bfd54734522755f47a5e6597e

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on August 04, 2011
at 04:40 AM

Agreed. Intermittent fasting is far from a consensus point. We could probably agree that paleo man *did* fast regularly, but people today trying to use a paleo diet to recover from stress-induced health problems don't need the stress caused by long periods of fasting. It should probably be reserved for those in good health who are looking to maximize it.

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on August 04, 2011
at 04:09 AM

I hope we have a geophagy fad soon. I won't be taking part in it but I hope lots of people start sites and videos about it. That would be coool.

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at 07:03 AM

I think it is already a major part of paleo, but foot health is a biggie, and as more and more people opt to not squish their feet into uncomfortable shoes, I think it'll get noticed.

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