Dieting has been an undying trend for many years. You may have tried a couple of diet plans and will still be trying one in the future once you find something that you feel will work for you. One of the most talked about diet plans currently is Paleo. It is essentially based on the diet of people during the Paleolithic era which is whole, unprocessed and nature-based.
Of course, like all diet plans, there is food that you are allowed and not allowed to consume. With Paleo, there had been several food items that sparked discussions if they could be eaten or not. Pickles came as a recent, interesting question. And so, are pickles Paleo? Before we delve into that deeper, let us first know a thing or two about pickles.Continue Reading
Most of us already know what fast foods are - yes, they are foods that we can order and buy on-the-go and no, they do not run away from us. On a more serious note, fast foods are known to be food that is ready-made, can easily be mass produced, and can be served as quick as possible for hungry and excited customers. But pair ‘fast food’ up with the word ‘Paleo’, and we have a new meaning for it altogether.
Paleo diet is a meal plan believed to improve our health by boosting metabolism and strengthening our bodies by going back to eating fresh, real, and whole, unprocessed foods that are more healthy than harmful to our bodies.
With this in mind, I do not think Paleo foods and fast foods could be in real good terms together too much as the first focuses on fresh and unprocessed foods while the latter can be considered a heaven for processed meals.Continue Reading
Paleolithic diet or Paleo diet for short is a type of diet where we only eat food mainly based on what was only available to us humans during the Stone Age. Yes, the Stone Age the one where we humans were called as cavemen or to put it in a more endearing term hunters and gatherers.
This simply means that there is a certain belief that at that age, our human bodies were designed to eat food which could be found in the wild and on the field. This means we were condemned to food composed mostly of vegetables, fruits, nuts, roots, and organ meats. That means dairy, grains, sugar, legumes, processed oils, salt, and alcohol or coffee.)
Paleo diet is believed to improve our health by boosting metabolism and strengthening our bodies by going back to eating fresh, real, and whole, unprocessed foods that are more healthy than harmful to our bodies.
Before planning to continue on following or trying this certain diet, we should first at least read this list on what to avoid.Continue Reading
Recently, I have started following the paleo diet, which is to eat only whole, unprocessed foods, including vegetables, fruits, and some nuts. What keeps me concerned is whether or not are kind bars paleo. It is something that I really wanted to figure out since I eat this healthy snack bar during breaks.
There has been an ongoing debate about the snack bars’ healthy claims, especially from the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) standards. That’s why I have looked into this concern more seriously and what I’m going to share are the results of my research. For more information, continue reading below.Continue Reading
I have never heard of a fat separator, until my daughter joined culinary school last year. She came home one day asking if we have a fat separator, I must’ve had a stupefied expression on my face because she burst out laughing.
We went out shopping for a fat separator the same day, my daughter becoming quite an expert on it after using different fat separators at her school.
Learning how to use a fat separator is very easy. It’s so convenient you won’t be able to wait until you need to cook your next meat stock!