Step by Step Paleo Review

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Hi, I’m Ruth. After suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome for 30 years, I turned my health around with the paleo diet. But while making the transition, I spent hours upon hours learning what food to buy and how to prepare it, making plenty of mistakes along the way. I looked for a guide that could break it down into manageable steps. I never did find that perfect paleo guidebook, so I decided to write Step By Step Paleo for you.
I’d like someone to walk me through the changes

Paleo is a process. Step By Step Paleo will make the transition as simple as possible.

Here’s how it works:

Over the next three months I’ll email you a PDF with one mission per week – one dietary change.

You’ll get instructions on what to do & detailed information on exactly how to do it.

What’s different about Step by Step Paleo?

Step By Step Paleo saves you time and trouble
There are lots of great books about paleo. But they can overload you with info on why the paleo diet is the best diet for
humans. I’ll save you time by focusing only on the hows.
Don’t worry. There are lots of links if you want to go deeper.
Step By Step Paleo will prevent carb flu
If you go paleo overnight, you’ll probably get what’s called “carb flu”: brain fog, fatigue, cravings, headaches, and other symptoms. Rather than shocking your system (and your lifestyle) by overhauling your diet all at once, I’ll guide you through a series of gradual changes. Slow & steady wins the race!
It takes the guesswork out of switching to a paleo diet
No jargon. Just the information you need to know.
What to eat
What not to eat
What to look for when you’re shopping

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Dietitian Cassie discussed calories, real food, and diabetes

2014 Reversing Diabetes World Summit presents Registered Dietitian Cassie Bjork presenting “Do Calories Matter… and other important dietary questions”.

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Paleo Salmon Recipe [Quick & Simple]
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
20 mins

Foil Baked Salmon Recipe

2 salmon fillets (It is about 4 once each)
1 tbsp (15ml) extra-virgin olive oil
Salt and pepper
1 tsp dried oregano
16 Asparagus spears
2 (40g) slices of onions
4 slices of lemon
1 tsp Fresh Parsley, chopped

Preheat oven to 400F.
In a medium bowl, place the two pieces of salmon; pour 1 tbsp olive oil and sprinkle salt, pepper and dried oregano.
Cut two sheets of foil. It has to be big enough to wrap the salmon and asparagus.
First place asparagus (about 8 spears) on the sheet of foil.
Layer fillets over asparagus.
Then top each with about 2 onion slices and 2 lemon slices.
Wrap sides of foil inward over salmon then fold on top and bottom of foil to enclose.
Place foil packets in a single layer on a baking sheet.
Bake in preheated oven for about 20 minutes.

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Jamie Scott—High Performance Evolutionary Fitness – Using EvoBio to Optimize Training for Endurance (AHS12)

Jamie Scott, PGDipNutMed, PGDipSportExMed presenting at the second annual Ancestral Health Symposium (AHS12).

High Performance Evolutionary Fitness – Using EvoBio to Optimize Training for Endurance Sports
Following a paleolithic lifestyle incorporating a diet relatively low in carbohydrates and promoting high-intensity intermittent exercise is often seen as incompatible with conventionally-held nutrition and training recommendations for endurance sports such as cycling. With these sports becoming more popular amongst individuals who may also be drawn toward the health-promoting benefits of a paleolithic lifestyle, people can often be left struggling to make the two fit. Undertaking large volumes of endurance training whilst trying to follow a higher-fat, lower-carbohydrate diet can lead to rapid failure at either endeavour.
Recent challenges to conventional wisdom within the fields of exercise physiology and sports nutrition have shed light on strategies which are very much in line with many of the commonly promoted paleolithic lifestyle recommendations. These include a renewed focus on adaptation to high-fat diets, “train-low, race-high” nutrition strategies, and a focus on training at both very low and very high exercise intensities, with a decrease in time spent at high-draining “Goldilocks” intensities. This presentation looks at how these recent advances in sport science and our current understanding of biologicaly appropriate nutrition and fitness strategies can be combined to produce high-performance evolutionary fitness.

Jamie is a nutritionist, researcher, and writer based in Christchurch, New Zealand. He is one of only two specialist paleo nutritionists in New Zealand, and is the lead researcher and writer for the only corporate health company applying evolutionary biology to all of its corporate programmes. Jamie presented at AHS11 alongside Emily Deans, M.D.

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Caveman Nutrition: Is This The Right Way To Eat For Fat Loss

Craig Ballantyne discusses how the paleo diet can help you meet your weight loss goals. Free to read and download at

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Elizabeth A. Thiele, M.D., Ph.D.—Dietary Therapy: Role in Epilepsy and Beyond

Elizabeth Thiele presenting at the 2nd Annual Ancestral Health Symposium 2012 (AHS12).

Dietary Therapy: Role in Epilepsy and Beyond

Dietary treatment is probably the oldest treatment for epilepsy. It has an important role even today, as nearly a third of people with epilepsy don’t respond to the available anticonvulsant medications.
This presentation will describe the history of diet modification in the treatment of epilepsy, the role of the classic ketogenic diet, and recent modifications that make dietary therapy more tolerable and practical. The role of dietary treatments for other neurological disorders and for cancer will also be considered.

Dr. Thiele is Director of the Pediatric epilepsy program at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Director of the MGH Center for Dietary Therapy of Epilepsy, and Director of the Herscot Center for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.

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Lose Weight With Stone-Age Wisdom

Vince Campbell discusses losing weight on the Paleo Diet. Free to read and download at

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Miki Ben-Dor, M.B.A., Ph.D—Man The Fat Hunter: Animal Fat Shortage as a Driver of Human Evolution and Prehistory

Miki Ben-Dor presenting at the 2nd Annual Ancestral Health Symposium (AHS12).

Man The Fat Hunter: Animal Fat Shortage as a Driver of Human Evolution and Prehistory

Using a bioenergetic approach and physiological, anatomical, archaeological, ethnographic, isotopic, botanical, genetic and zoological evidence my research has identified an obligated animal fat requirement in human nutrition beginning with the Homo erectus.

In a recent paper published PLoS ONE (linked in bio), written in co-operation with researchers from Tel Aviv University: we applied a bioenergetic model to test the hypothesis that shortage of animal fat that developed locally in the Levant 400 thousand years ago due to the disappearance of elephants was an important factor in the evolution of a new modern human lineage.

Presently, we continue with the application of the Obligated Fat Model in an attempt to understand more recent critical developments in humans’ existence. Some of our present research results will be reported.

The lecture will also provide an opportunity to recognize the important role that the Paleo/Low Carb/Ancestral community bloggers in general, and some bloggers in particular, have played in the initiation and development of my research.


Miki Ben-Dor, M.B.A., is a Doctoral Candidate at the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Tel Aviv University (Israel). He blogs in Hebrew at and has there, over one hundred posts on human nutrition from an evolutionary point of view. He is the lead author on a recently published a scientific paper: Man the Fat Hunter: The Demise of Homo erectus and the Emergence of a New Hominin Lineage in the Middle Pleistocene (ca. 400 kyr) Levant.

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Pork Sausage

You will surely love this pork sausage! Serve it with your favorite side salad.

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Crunchy Fish

Trade in your usual fish and chips for a more exciting combination.

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