Coconut Milk, Flour, Oil, Recipes: Paleo Coconut Oil & Flour Recipes. Low Carb Paleo, Allergy Free, Dairy Free and Gluten Free Recipes (Paleo Recipes: … Dinner & Desserts Recipe Book) (Volume 3)

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If you are looking for a book filled with coconut milk recipes, coconut flour recipes and coconut oil recipes you will be delighted with this recipe book. These all fit in perfectly for people eating Paleo foods. Coconut milk, coconut flour and coconut oil recipes are amongst the most popular choices for anyone on the Paleo diet and anyone wanting gluten free, low carb paleo and dairy free recipe ideas. The book is full of breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes including sweet and savory dishes, curries, cakes, ice cream, spreads, smoothies and many more. Coconut is a healthy alternative to traditional dairy and wheat products. Coconut milk is a healthy substitute for cow’s milk and other associated dairy products. People with particular allergies turn to natural foods for health reasons or sometimes just to lose weight. There are many different uses and benefits of coconut oil, so that is covered also. While the recipes in this book feature food recipes, it does go into benefits and tips for using coconut products for other things. Uses include tips for hair and skin. We also talk about the health benefits and beauty tips. The uses are wide and varied!

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Paleo 3 Step Cooking: More Than 50 Easy Healthy Recipes: Paleo Diet Cookbook – Healthy Gluten Free, Grain Free and Lactose Free Recipes (Awesome Paleo Recipes 1)

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Healthy Living, Lose Body Fat, Stay Young And Avoid Diseases!

Do you want a healthy, energetic good looking body, want to lose fat and stay young, all while avoiding cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and a host of other illnesses? The Paleo: 3 Step Cooking will help you look, feel and perform your best. You will learn how simple nutrition changes can radically change your appearance and health for the better.
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Welcome to the ultimate Paleo: 3 Step Cooking Recipe Book

Welcome to the ultimate Paleo: 3 Step Cooking Recipe Book, 161 pages with more than 50 fabulous mouth-watering recipes on appetizers, breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert, drinks, snacks, veggies and salads. This is your dedicated Paleo: 3 Step Cooking cookbook specifically designed to help you to restore your body to its best possible condition in simple and easy in 3 step cooking delicious Paleo Recipes.

Eat What You Crave and Get Leaner By the Day

Sick of suffering through diets where you need to restrict fat, carbs, or calories? There is a better way. Satisfy your cravings for sweet, salty, and fatty foods, and still reach your fat loss goals effortlessly. Paleo: 3 Step Cooking shed light on a whole new way of eating that will keep your taste buds happy without increasing your pants size. Be inspired by the healthy Paleo: 3 Step Cooking meals provided by Lise Gottlieb.

Is the Paleo diet just another fad diet?

No, in fact it is the diet humans were designed to eat. Also known as the Primal diet, the Caveman diet and the Stone Age diet, the Paleo diet has literally been around as long as men and women have roamed the earth.

What is the Paleo Diet?

The low-carb, high-protein diet is a simple, healthy way to become more energetic, lose weight and feel better. Enjoy the best health of your life, and lose weight while preventing and treating diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, and many other modern illnesses.

Is the Paleo diet healthy? – and will I have to starve in order to lose weight?

The Paleo diet focuses on becoming health through healthy eating and full-sized portions. Calorie counting, starvation, or unhealthy changes to your diet are not a part of the Paleo lifestyle.

The Paleo diet avoids processed foods that can be difficult for the body to digest and contain unhealthy chemicals and additives.

The only diet that helps you to feel slilm, good looking, healthy and energized while enjoying full, healthy meals, the Paleo diet has been proven by the medical community to help treat and prevent many of our modern health maladies.

Why postpone feeling healthy, losing weight and increasing energy one more day?

• Set yourself on a path to successfully make the transition to the healthy Paleo lifestyle.
• Set yourself up for success: Get your guide of Paleo-recommended foods (and a comprehensive list of what food items you should avoid).
• More than 50 recipes offer meal ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, drinks and the snacks in between.
• Grain-free alternatives to your favorite foods include:
•Oven Baked Coconut Shrimps
•Green Mango Smoothie
•Mexican Stuffed Peppers
•Salmon with Asparagus
•Crock Pot Pork Roast with Sweet Potatoes
•Roasted Chicken with Olives and Prunes
•Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies
•Pumpkin Granola
•Fruit Ice Cream
•Almond Chocolate Bark
•Asparagus with Maple-Mustard Sauce

Cool Tools, Tips and Tricks
Finally the book is stuffed with cool tools, tips and tricks from the author’s practical experiences with Paleo lifestyle, such as apps for mobile, tracking tools, check lists etc.
All recipes are illustrated with: a colorful photo, a list of ingredients, cooking directions, a variation of the dish an

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The Paleovedic Diet: A Complete Program to Burn Fat, Increase Energy, and Reverse Disease

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A groundbreaking total-body program that incorporates principles of Paleo nutrition, Ayurvedic medicine, and cutting-edge research.

In The Paleovedic Diet, Dr. Akil Palanisamy, MD, offers a comprehensive roadmap to optimal health combining the most effective aspects of the Paleo diet with Ayurveda, the time-tested traditional medical system of India, and the latest scientific research. Making complex ideas understandable and accessible, Dr. Akil delivers a simple, customized diet and lifestyle program to fit your unique body type.

Drawing upon on his extensive training and clinical experience, Dr. Akil skillfully separates fact from fiction, providing clarity on issues such as gluten sensitivity, misconceptions about carbs, meat-eating versus vegetarianism, good and bad fats, unknown superfoods (you’ll be surprised to see what’s included), nutritional supplements, and the critically important gut bacteria comprising your microbiome.

The Paleovedic Diet provides definitive, practical guidance on what to eat, how to move, how to sleep, how to manage stress, and even how to breathe. Dr. Akil’s revolutionary three-week program (with meal plan and recipes) utilizes delicious nourishing foods, powerful healing spices, and intensive detoxification techniques to help you transform your body and mind.

Paleo vs. Alzheimer’s & Type 3 Diabetes

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Dave loved his job as a financial analyst. He was 66 years old when he left work one day and couldn’t figure out how to get home. In the following months, his work performance declined to the point where he was asked to retire. He became more confused, felt chronically fatigued, and even the simplest tasks became very complicated. Eventually, his eyesight declined, his speech became unintelligible, and he stopped recognizing those nearest and dearest to him. Dave’s daughter had to quit her job to take care of him and now they live together in the unforgiving world of Alzheimer’s.

What is Alzheimer’s?


Sixty to eighty percent of dementia cases are Alzheimer’s, a disease characterized by the emergence of beta-amyloid plaques and tangles called Tau in the hippocampus region of the brain that controls memory. Beta-amyloid builds up between nerve cells and inhibits signaling while Tau forms inside cells and disrupts transport systems for nutrients and other essential compounds.

As beta-amyloid and Tau spread to other neural regions, affected cells die and cognition and biological functions worsen. Originally, it was thought that beta-amyloid or Tau drove the disease. Newer theories focus on genetic and epigenetic drivers as well as inflammatory processes, metabolic dysfunctions and even infections as mechanisms. Although nobody knows the actual cause(s), Alzheimer’s is increasingly thought to be the result of a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. (1)

The Reach of Alzheimer’s


Alzheimer’s affects 5.4 million Americans with 5.2 million of those people age 65 and older. Globally, almost 47 million people have the disease with that number projected to nearly triple to 132 million by 2050. A small percentage (less than 5%) develop Alzheimer’s in their forties and fifties but the majority are “late onset” and become symptomatic at age 65 and older. (2)

Memory loss is usually the first sign of Alzheimer’s. As the disease progresses, patients experience  symptoms like

  • disorientation
  • mood and behavior changes
  • confusion about events, time, and place
  • loss of smell
  • vision changes
  • paranoia
  • difficulty speaking and swallowing
  • difficulty walking
  • loss of recognition of friends and family

The toll on caregivers is extremely high financially and emotionally and eventually those suffering from Alzheimer’s will die from the disease.

“Type 3 Diabetes” is Diabetes of the Brain


People with Type 2 diabetes, a disease characterized by hyperglycemia and insulin resistance, are much more prone to neural degeneration and memory loss than healthy people and they are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s. These diseases have common pathologies and share many risk factors supporting the growing theory that people with Alzheimer’s have “brain diabetes” or Type 3 diabetes. (3)

There is a very strong genetic component to Alzheimer’s and not everyone who has it will have a history of Type 2 diabetes. It is also true that not everyone who has Type 2 diabetes will go on to develop Alzheimer’s. However, Type 2 diabetes does appear to influence the development of Alzheimer’s:

1. Hyperglycemia (an excessive amount of glucose in the bloodstream) damages blood vessels and creates an excess of advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) that damage long-lived cells such as neurons. Research shows that poorer glycemic control correlates with greater cognitive deficits. In fact, chronically elevated glucose is so harmful to the brain that the damage it causes is referred to as glucose neurotoxicity. (4)

2. Hyperinsulinemia leads to insulin resistance not only in the body but in the brain as well, and a startling 80% of people with Alzheimer’s have insulin resistance. In an insulin resistant state, brain cells can absorb glucose, but lose their ability to use it effectively. There is a lot research looking at ketones and the best methods for keto-adaptation as a means to improve dementia symptoms and perhaps even reverse disease processes. (5)

3. Additional risk factors include:

The Paleo Diet and Brain Health

alzheimer's and paleo

The majority of calories in the standard American diet come from processed foods lacking essential nutrients. We lead high stress lifestyles, get inadequate sleep, inadequate sunshine, we sit too much, and we take too many medications that contribute to the decline of the health of our microbiome. Taken together, we are left vulnerable to sickness and disease.

Our genes play a strong role in the development of disease but the study of epigenetics tells us our environment shapes how those genes are expressed. The Paleo lifestyle encourages practices that are in line with our genetic predispositions for optimal wellness and as such, acts as an epigenetic reset for our health. The diet, by placing a premium on foods with the highest nutritional value and the lowest toxic loads, is anti-inflammatory and health promoting. Although not strictly defined as such, the relatively low carb nature of the Paleo diet improves glucose tolerance, increases insulin sensitivity, and promotes weight loss.

In its most basic form, following a Paleo diet means eating nutrient dense vegetables, fruits, meats, fish, healthy fats, nuts and seeds while avoiding grains, beans, soy, dairy, refined vegetable oils and refined sugar. In its broadest form, the Paleo diet places value on locally grown food that is produced ethically and sustainably and mimics the traditional human diet by including pastured meats and wild fish from animals that ate appropriately for their species and plant foods grown free of pesticides, herbicides, and other potential toxins. Paleo also places a premium on certain unrefined fats and oils such as coconut oil that are known to have health benefits.

In addition to diet, the Paleo lifestyle encourages sleep, play, outdoor time and physical activity and is a holistic approach based on the habits our hunter-gatherer ancestors evolved to thrive on. What is the role for Paleo in the fight against Alzheimer’s?

Research on Paleo and Alzheimer’s

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In one very small recent study out of UCLA, researchers tested a personalized multi-target treatment to reverse dementia and Alzheimer’s with a diet and lifestyle protocol congruent to Paleo. The study involved 10 subjects with varying states of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Nine of the ten showed improvement in memory and remarkably, the patients who had to discontinue working were able to go back to work and those having trouble doing their jobs were able continue with improved performance. The only subject not to show improvement was the patient with late-stage Alzheimer’s. (6)

The protocols per patient were personalized, and the following example was designed for a woman who had experienced two years of progressive memory loss and who was having trouble not only doing her job but with activities of daily living as well. Three months into the study, she had experienced total recovery! She was able to adhere to the following aspects of her protocol (some were too hard to adhere to) and at the time of publication, while continuing the protocol, she had maintained her cognition for two and one-half years:

  • She eliminated simple carbohydrates; gluten and processed food from her diet with increased vegetables, fruits, and non-farmed fish leading to a weight loss of 20 pounds.
  • She began yoga; and eventually become an instructor!
  • She meditated for 20 minutes twice per day.
  • She took melatonin each night and increased her sleep from 4-5 hours per night to 7-8 hours per night.
  • She took B12, D3, CoQ10, and fish oil each day.
  • She used an electric flosser and toothbrush to optimize oral health.
  • She reinstated hormone replacement therapy that had been discontinued.
  • She fasted for a minimum of 12 hours between dinner and breakfast, and for a minimum of three hours between dinner and bedtime.
  • She exercised for a minimum of 30 minutes, 4-6 days per week.

Dr. Bredesen, the lead researcher of the study, reported in a recent interview with Chris Kresser that his patients have sustained cognitive improvement on their personalized protocols for as long as his program has been around, which is four years. That’s exciting! It demonstrates that Paleo-type changes in diet and lifestyle can have therapeutic value for neurodegenerative conditions. Dr. Bredesen concedes that more studies are needed but, so far, his results are very encouraging. (7)

Ketones as an Approach to Alzheimer’s Prevention


You just can’t talk about diet and Alzheimer’s and not mention ketones. Ketones are formed in the body as an alternative fuel source when glucose isn’t available. Our brains prefer glucose but function just as well on ketones in times of food scarcity, prolonged fasting, or during the application of the ketogenic diet; a very high fat, moderate protein, very low carb regimen that induces ketosis. With regard to the Paleo diet, the low carbohydrate nature of the diet creates fat adaptation and ketosis will kick in during times when carbohydrate intake is low enough for long enough. The amount of time this takes will be different for everyone and as soon as carb intake increases, as it will on Paleo, ketosis shuts down.

The ketogenic diet is well known to control uncontrolled seizures in children, and a growing body of data shows that it controls Type 2 diabetes and obesity. Researchers are now studying the use of ketones as a therapeutic tool for dementia and Alzheimer’s—diseases where glucose metabolism is severely compromised.

Brain cells have a high affinity for ketones and they appear to boost cognition in patients with memory loss. The ketogenic diet has to be very restrictive to work and can be very hard to follow for any length of time. Fortunately, medium chain triglycerides enhance ketone formation and there are several ongoing clinical trials looking at how the implementation of diet, MCT oil, and coconut oil, which contains a large proportion of medium chain triglycerides, might benefit the brains of patients with memory loss. (8)(9)(10)

The Role for Paleo in Type 3 Diabetes


Preventing Type 2 diabetes seems like a good place to start! By removing grains, legumes, and sugar, the relatively low carb nature of the Paleo diet improves glucose tolerance, increases insulin sensitivity, and promotes weight loss in patients with Type 2 diabetes. Addressing other risk factors such as getting more sleep, reducing stress, treating nutrient deficiencies, and exercising can add additional prevention.(11)

The low carbohydrate nature of the Paleo diet creates fat adaptation and ketosis will kick in when it needs to. If Alzheimer’s is present, implementing ketone-inducing strategies may be beneficial.

As previously stated, there is a very strong genetic component to Alzheimer’s and not everyone who has it will have a history of Type 2 diabetes. It is also true that not everyone who has Type 2 diabetes will go on to develop Alzheimer’s. Going Paleo and vanquishing type 2 diabetes is not a cure for Alzheimer’s, but it may be a crucial step towards reducing your risk of developing this devastating disease.

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Paleo Desserts

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  • A collection of mouth watering and healthy paleo recipes
  • Most recipes are both simple to realize and require only a minimum of ingredients, all of which should be easily available at your local grocery store
  • In less than 5 minutes after reading this, you could be eating the best chocolate cupcakes ever!
  • Most importantly, you can develop your body and feel good about eating these recipes.

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