Eat a variety of proteins. Don’t make it all steak. Have fish once in a while, or chicken. Try tossing some tofu into your next omelet. Or go completely vegetarian for one meal, and have a chili made of many different types of beans.
Most of us have accumulated POUNDS of red meat, fat, toxins and contaminates in the first 30-40 years of life and expect to have that problem resolved in 2-3 or 4 weeks. NOT going to happen! Our foods contain only a portion of the nutrients and vitamins our parents enjoyed and the healthy snack foods removes even more. This is going to require a life style change and a much greater use of the five letter word.
For one thing, one has to remember that there were no fast foods plants during those times. This means that there was no such thing as processed, packaged, or frozen foods. This also means that there was no use of chemicals or preservatives cancer in dogs the foods that the cavemen ate. To be even more detailed, there was no such thing as grocery stores. This weight means that cavemen had to hunt and forage their meals. So, already a consumer can think of a host of so-called food products that would be off of their shopping list, if they were going to buy a paleo book in order to learn the diet.
But there was a second obstacle. Unsaturated fats tend to spoil more quickly producing a rancid odor and taste. Therefore they cannot be stored for long periods of time. Limited shelf-life can be a hindrance for food producers and marketers. Any product that could be widely sold must be able to stand the test of time in relation to the whole Tsm Food Dehydrator cycle.
There’s another one I’ve just learned about from Germany and it’s called a Spiralo. If you do like a parsnip, beet, carrot, and turn it into this little skinny pasta — I’ve done this at shows and little kids have walked by and I’ve got it on the table next to the machine to show what it does, and these little three year olds will grab it and eat it. The mother or the grandmother will go, “I can’t believe it, he won’t eat any vegetables!” Something about cutting that vegetable into facets, let’s say, really brings out the sweetness like no grating or slicing ever could.