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Atkins Vs Paleo - What Works and What Doesn't

Recently I have seen many websites and books comparing Paleo Diet and Atkins diet. "It's like Atkins," they say, "but you can eat fruit!" I understand that many people in our community try to convert people who do not believe in other diets. And I understand that someone who made the switch from Atkins to Paleo probably didn't do much. But in my opinion, trying to say the Atkins Diet is like the Paleo Diet doesn't do any Paleo Diet privileges and ignores the main concept of diet. It's really not like the Atkins Diet at all.

Atkins Diet is NOT a Paleo Diet

The Atkins Diet, for most people, is not a lifelong endeavor. It's not a lifestyle. It's a way to lose weight by keeping your carbohydrates as close to zero as possible. I recently spoke with someone who mentioned that he was going to do Atkins (again) because he was happy with his weight in Phase 1. And Level 1 is understood where most people fall off the Atkins car. No one wants to eat bacon and sausages every day of their lives because eating grapes will send their bodies out of ketosis and kill their weight.

The Paleo diet is not based on carbohydrates, or grams of fat, or calories. It's based on the principle that you should eat what our ancestors ate. And that's it. s it . Our ancestors did not eat pre-packaged sodium "meat products" - they ate Meat . While these meat products are good for the Atkins diet as long as they don't increase your carbohydrate count, someone following a paleolithic lifestyle will definitely channel it. Our ancestors did not eat Whole Grain Whol toast or "Healthy" Cheerios, they ate healthy vegetables, fruits and nuts.

There is no induction phase for the Paleo Diet.

You don't lose weight fast for 2 weeks and then lift it. Losing points with paleo occurs throughout your life until you reach your ideal weight. Eating natural foods, you will find it difficult to achieve enough calories to gain any weight and the closer you are to your ideal weight, the less calories you will need to eat, the less you will eat.

Foods that are high in calories (like meat) will keep you full for hours, making you less likely to eat them. Some of the foods that are edible in fruits and vegetables that provide essential nutrients and vitamins but do not consume calories. Some vegetables and fruits are most restricted or restricted to the Atkins diet because of their natural carbohydrates.

In my experience at the Atkins Diet, there has never been a time when I didn't want cakes, or sweets, or fruits. I'm trying to stop them. I'm trying to get my thoughts from them. But I always have want to them.

At Paleo Diet you don't miss the sweetness of the fruit - because you can eat as much as you want. You can't eat cakes because you can make your own cake without wheat flour. Pizza? You can also eat it, as long as you make it using natural ingredients. The best part of Paleo is the community. If you have a passion for something, you can be sure that others have created variations of the paleo and posted it on the internet.

In the first four months after starting the Paleolithic Diet, I have lost over 40 pounds and my wife has lost over £ 50, eating the delicious food we want to to eat.

The Paleo Diet is For Your Health

While the Atkins diet may be healthier for you than eating a Doritos bag, you still load your body with preservatives, sodium, and other industrial waste and never really get the essential nutrients your body needs.

There is anecdotal evidence that the Paleo Diet treats or can even cure diseases such as cancer, Rheumatoid arthritis, Multiple sclerosis, Crohn's disease & diabetes (Type 2).

In my own case, the Paleo Diet cured me of GERD and allowed me to stop taking all my prescribed medications.

In conclusion

As you can see, the Paleo Diet and the Atkins Diet are two different diametric diets. They may be the same where they both deny eating meat, but that's exactly where the similarities end, as each diet comes to its conclusion through a completely different philosophy. Based on my own experience with both diets, I chose the Paleo Diet for Life.


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