What if you could transform yourself and your lifestyle in just 28 days with five ingredients used for recipes that can make a difference in your weight and your health? Paleo in 28 is well worth pursuing, especially if you’ve wanted to try the Paleo diet but didn’t know where to begin. Continue reading Paleo in 28 Book Review
Now that we’ve finished the Whole30 (twice), it is time to start looking for something that may be a little more manageable for an extended period. The Whole30 doesn’t necessarily have to be a lifestyle. It can be a starting point to kick-start your metabolism and learn what intolerances you might have.
So what other diets are out there? Paleo, Keto, South Beach, and others. Which is best? I don’t know. I’ve been researching and will share what I have found so far. Paleo seems the most similar to Whole30, so I decided to start there. One of the big differences I’ve noticed is that the Paleo diet allows a few sweeteners (including honey and maple sugar) whereas the Whole30 doesn’t allow any sweeteners. Continue reading Paleo for Beginners