Book Review: Paleo Fitness – A Primal Approach to Fitness and Weight Loss By Steven Becker

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The book approaches fitness from a Paleo lifestyle standpoint and being fit as a means of preventing injury during physical exertion, maintaining wellness, and achieving longevity, all with a dash of humor.

This is a very interesting and inspiring book. As much attention is placed on the workout as on the mindset. The workout program is focused on staying consistent and gaining power and strength, among other things. In other words, weight is placed on function rather than appearance.

The author discusses exercise tools, techniques, goals, frequency, and exercise duration.

The book is great for beginners, the athletically challenged, and athletes alike.

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Book Review: Paleo Snacks – Convenient Recipes For Delectable Cuisine By Scarlett Aphra
Katarina Nolte ¦ 10/20/2014

The book explains what the Paleo Diet is all about and includes the following recipes:

● Chips
● Dips
● Potato wedges
● Sorbet
● Baked apples
● Mousse
● Chocolate fudge brownies
● Frozen fruit bars
● Snack bars
● Coconut balls
● Dried fruit
● Jerky
● Meatballs
● Chicken nuggets
● Lamb stew

The book includes a preview of the “Paleo Beginner Cookbook “. The Echo Bay Books newsletter, by the way, is the best. They publish multiple, (mostly) healthy recipe books each year and notify subscribers hen their latest books are available free on Amazon.

The book inspires readers to prepare their own snacks and meals at home and take them to work to be able to eat healthy all the time.

The recipes are simple and can be prepared by people who otherwise never cook or don’t know how to cook. Each of the recipes entails detailed instructions, including nutritional information like the number of calories and the amounts of carbs, fat, protein and fiber.

Nuts are used as a cheese replacement as is common in the raw food and vegan diets. Similarly, raw honey, raisins and dates are used as a sugar replacement.

Overall, amazing alternatives to junk food.

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