The greatest fear some people have about a change in diet is the discomfort of change and the painful cravings they think they will have as a result. Repeatedly, people on the Paleo Diet Plan have remarked that their feared “withdrawals” from their favorite comfort foods were either non-existent or short-lived.
A Day in the Life
Imagine waking up well-rested and full of energy. Add to that a positive outlook that you can conquer any task. While it’s true that we create our own feelings, it doesn’t hurt to have help from Mother Nature with the right body chemistry conducive to optimism. Feeling great about life is not a crime! (Imagine that!)
Along with more energy, you have a greater interest in moving that body of yours. Whether you’re still starting out with a healthy walk, or a more energetic jog, you thrill to the warmth of a good cardiovascular workout. This is healing stuff and you’re loving it.
Breakfast of Champions
One cereal manufacturer may have used this line to hawk its stuff, but we no longer need to buy into that sales pitch.
PLAN: Bacon and eggs with a piece of fruit
Lunch to Launch the Rest of Your Day
Every meal should be a unique treat—a meal that tantalizes the mouth with delectable tastes and gratifies the stomach with a selection worth digesting.
Sumptuously Satisfying Supper
After a wonderfully productive day, you deserve something special.
And to handle any of those between-meal cravings throughout the day, we have you covered.
PLAN: Bacon-wrapped Dates
Summing Up Your Day
Doesn’t this sound great? I don’t know about you, but all of this talk of food is making me hungry.
This day has had a wide range of tastes to please the palate. Such variety keeps mealtimes interesting and enjoyable. And you can look forward to tomorrow with an equally appealing array of meal selections.
Don’t feel up to creating a different meal plan for each day? Such a Paleo meal plan already exists so you don’t have to worry about it. All you have to do is sign up for the service, grab your lists each week, hit the grocery story, and then cook, eat, and enjoy. It’s so simple, it’s downright Paleolithic.