For nearly two million years, humans and our hominid ancestors were eating in the hunter/gatherer style of foraging for a wide variety of healthy fruits and vegetables and then hunting and scavenging for large game. However, about 9,000 years ago, humans started eating in a manner contrary to their design, while living increasingly sedentary lives.
In Zero to Paleo: A Beginners' Guide to Living the All-Natural and Gluten Free Lifestyle of Our Ancestors, Joseph SB Morse shows how we can achieve ultimate health by emulating our ancestors' hunter/gatherer lifestyle. You're about to embark on an insightful, and often humorous journey to discover how humans evolved to eat, what cultureless humans would eat, and how we can use that knowledge with today's technology and wealth to develop the ideal diet. Included in this edition is a detailed section on the most common food allergies and intolerances: Dairy, egg, peanut, seafood, shellfish, soy, tree nut, and wheat (including celiac). The benefits of Zero to Paleo are immediate and include attaining an ideal weight, achieving balanced energy throughout the day, better sleep, and alleviation of symptoms from food intolerances and allergies. If you've been asking yourself what and how we were designed to eat, Morse's Zero to Paleo is the answer.
What would have made Zero to Paleo better?
Better writing style. This was very poorly written. Needs to get to the point instead of spending countless time reiterating points that either were already made or are obvious.
Has Zero to Paleo turned you off from other books in this genre?
Would you be willing to try another one of Adam Lofbomm’s performances?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Zero to Paleo?
I would have turned this into a 10 page book. This was full of fluff
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