Paleo Vegetarian Blogs
As a doctor, it is my job to figure out the best way to keep my patients healthy. We now know that food is medicine, perhaps the most powerful drug on the planet with the power to cause or cure most disease. If food is more than just calories, if food is information that controls every aspect of our biology and health, then I better know what to advise people to prevent, treat and even reverse chronic disease.
The Paleo Diet For Vegetarians
The Paleo diet is everywhere these days. Four Hour Workweek author Tim Ferriss does it. Former pro Ironman triathlete Mark Sisson promotes a variant of it in his book, The Primal Blueprint, and on his blog. And it’s the diet prescribed in the Rebel Fitness Guide.
18 Award-Worthy Vegetarian Paleo Recipes | Paleo Grubs
Vegetarian Paleo dishes are delicious and nutritious, and can serve as a nice break if you’ve had too much meat recently. The following recipes are some of our favorites, and include desserts, snacks, entrees and more so you’ll always have a meat-free go-to when you need one.
Paleoveganista | Live And Thrive As A Vegan On The Paleo Diet
1 1/4 cup raw, shelled pepitas (pumpkin seeds)1 cup non-dairy yogurt of choice (coconut, almond, or soy)2 flax “eggs” (see instructions below)1 tsp baking powder1 1/2 tsp fresh lemon juicePinch of sea salt1 tsp cinnamonstevia extract to taste, optional (for a sweeter pancake)Continue reading →
Can Vegetarians Go Paleo?
Bacon, steak and more bacon is often associated with the much-hyped Paleo Diet, which is undoubtedly having a moment. Can vegetarians take part in a diet that puts so much emphasis on meat?
How To Be A Vegetarian Paleo
A vegetarian Paleo might sound like an oxymoron to you, but it’s actually something that is quite possible.
29 Tasty Vegetarian Paleo Recipes
Vegan Paleo Diet
My review of the Four Hour Body sparked an interesting discussion about the Paleo diet on Twitter and Facebook–particularly about whether vegans can follow this diet (and I believe they can).
The Paleo Diet For Vegetarians | Ultimate Paleo Guide
A vegetarian paleo diet? Can it be done? After all, with their savage caveman ways, how could cavemen eat . Well, it’s true and vegetarians can do the paleo diet too. After trying a modified paleo approach in Impossible Abs – Susan Lacke found that she lost an astounding 19 pounds in 8 weeks.
Does A Paleo Diet For Vegetarians Exist?
I’ve been a full-blown vegetarian for almost seven years and I don’t plan on eating meat anytime soon. Forgoing meat, fish, and poultry gives me ample energy, enough flexibility if I want to eat out, and variety—I can honestly say that I’ve never met a fruit or vegetable I didn’t like. Plus, a no-meat diet is healthy. Abundant research shows that vegetarians have better scores when it comes to blood sugar, blood fats, and body mass.
Nom Nom Paleo
Confession: I was afraid to cook with lemongrass up until our recent trip to Vietnam. I was intimidated by this tough, lemon-scented stalk in part because one of my pals ended up in the emergency room when her knife sliced her finger instead of the stalk. But to be honest, I just didn’t know how to prepare it properly.
Paleo Nutrition For Vegetarians And Vegans | Whole9
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13 Best Pegan Recipes … (Vegan/Paleo)
As promised, here are the top 13 Pegan recipes from some of my favorite bloggers! The recipes aren’t labeled “Pegan” but I carefully read through the ingredients and rightfully approved them. Most importantly these recipes are all dairy-free , gluten-free & loaded with lots of fresh produce, helping you stay full and feel good. Read up, cook up and let me know your thoughts! -xo April
Human Ancestors Were Nearly All Vegetarians
Right now, one half of all Americans are on a diet. The other half just gave up on their diets and are on a binge. Collectively, we are overweight, sick and struggling. Our modern choices about what and how much to eat have gone terribly wrong. The time has come to return to a more sensible way of eating and living, but which way? One group of self-help books suggests we give up carbohydrates, another that we give up fats, another still that we lay off the protein. Or maybe we should just eat the way our ancestors did. A new class of very popular self-help books recommends a return to the diets of our ancestors. Paleolithic diets, caveman diets, primal diets and the like, urge us to remember the good ole days. Taken too literally, such diets are ridiculous. After all, like all wild species, sometimes our ancestors starved to death and the starving to death diet, well, it ends badly. The past was no panacea; each generation we made due with the bodies and foods available, imperfect bodies and imperfect foods. But let’s pretend, for the sake of argument, that it would be a good idea to eat like our ancestors ate. Just what did they eat?
Vegan Archives – Against All Grain
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