Cavewomen Don't Get Fat: The Paleo Chic Diet for Rapid Results
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Bringing the tradition of The Paleo Diet and The Paleo Solution to women, a protein-rich, hormone-balancing, and detoxifying program that helps you get muscle tone, lose fat, and feel gorgeous fast.
MILLIONS OF YEARS OF EVOLUTION CAN’T BE WRONG
So maybe you’re not flaunting the latest in saber-tooth style. Or beating your dinner to death with a club hours before you eat it. You’re a twenty-first-century woman. Life has changed drastically since your ancestors discovered fire. What hasn’t changed is how your body works. You’re still sporting the same metabolic tendencies as your lean, toned Paleolithic sisters. Which means that achieving a strong, healthy physique is simpler than you think.
BURN, BABY, BURN
What’s a modern woman with ancient needs to do? Return to her roots with a back-to-basics approach to eating that is tailored specifically to her nutritional, hormonal, and real-world needs. The Paleo Diet isn’t just for hard-core CrossFitters and meat-loving men. Today’s cavewoman can enjoy protein-rich, hormone-balancing, detoxifying, and satisfying foods that will help her lose those annoying extra pounds, build lean muscle mass, and feel like the gorgeous goddess she is meant to be. When you are able to understand the relationship that carbs have with your body, you’ll finally get the results you’re looking for—for life.
LOOK GOOD IN YOUR GENES
The ultra-feminine Paleo Chic Diet will help you hit your metabolic reset button, lose weight, and maintain your physique with a balanced, clean way of eating that won’t put your body through the same metabolic trauma that makes traditional diets so ineffective. Ready to achieve the svelte, sexy, healthy body you’re designed to have? What are you waiting for? Go wild!
something when they opted for meat over, say, legumes, because not all plant-based proteins carry the nine amino acids our bodies need to produce lean muscle. Believe it or not, the most ab-friendly, belly-busting proteins are flesh proteins: pastured poultry, wild seafood, and grass-fed meats. How Protein Balances Brain Biochemistry Eating protein sends a strong signal to your brain’s hypothalamus that you are no longer hungry—even a significant amount of time after you’ve ingested some
cravings. And while your jaws are working overtime to chew up fibrous greens, the eating process naturally slows down, so you can taste what you’re eating and allow your body to begin predigesting your food. Aim for 6 cups of raw vegetables and 2 cups cooked per day. 5. Purchase the Best Quality Food You Can Afford. If health is a priority in your life, your grocery bill can wind up on the high side. There are plenty of ways to make good food affordable. Buy in bulk. Buy locally. Join a CSA
this minimal commitment to detox your body and eat delicious, clean food, you will want to make this a way of life. During the first month, I’m going to encourage you to give your body a fighting chance at health by ditching all those toxic processed foods—soda, candy, crackers, snack foods, and so on—that you may have been feeding yourself. I’ll also ask you to look at your sleep habits and commit to getting adequate, rejuvenating rest each night. I’ll also coach you to de-stress your life as
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