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Paleo Vegeo Support for $5.00 USD per month


What is a Paleo Vegeo... well to be honest it is a modified pescatarian diet. A pescatarian is somewhat of a vegetarian, but they eat fish along with the dairy, grains, nuts, seeds, vegetable, fruits and grains. We've modified that process to exclude most dairy, except for the undenatured grass fed whey or a cold cross-flow unfiltered and advanced dual microfiltered non-gmo soy protein. A lot of the problem with dairy is that it increases mucus production and inflammation in the body. Properly processed undenatured grass fed whey protein can deliver anti-inflammatory activity in the body. Research shows that uncontrolled oxidation in the body creates or contributes to inflammation. And that's just the first part of this LONG "basic" of earing Paleo Vegeo. So think of this as a program that eliminates the harsh inflammatory foods to give you more whole foods, and a less toxic gut. This style of eating, a lifestyle of sorts, includes nuts, seeds, vegetables (LOTS of those), fruits and if vegan non-gmo soy.  

What causes that oxidation??

Oxidation is a process where oxygen combines with another substance to produce an oxide. And every second we breathe in oxygen, which goes inside our bodies and the process of oxidation occurs.There is a lot of research now into what they call the "Free Radical Theory", and it's all about oxidation. Once a molecule is oxidized it reacts with its neighboring molecules (i.e. it robs an electron from a neighboring atom) and causes a cascade of damage. A healthy cell can can handle free radicals generated by physiological activity but if the production of free radicals becomes excessive or there isn't a sufficient supply of antioxidants, the body is overwhelmed and oxidative damage and chronic systemic inflammation results. That day in and day out, chronic systemic inflammation is the root of all degenerative diseases. 

So why so vegetable based? 

You may not want to believe it but our ancestral hunter-gatherers ate the majority of their calories by eating plant foods because quite frankly meat is just too unpredictable. How often are you going to hunt down a wholly rhino or a cow reindeer every day? Just too much work. If you were near a good water source catching a fish was much easier, but a lot of the paleo day was on the go. Also, Swedish archeologist, Kerstin Lidén has discussed how the paleolithic time was about 2 million years and that there (of course) was an immense variation in these people´s diets based on their location. This is also what has been observed among present days´ primitive people with a lot of research that I've read about "In Defense Of Food" by Michael Pollan.

 

So I think that part of your process of what should I eat has to come from "where did I come from". If your ancestors lived by a sea, there would be more fish and seafood in their diet. So as far as your proteins derived from animals, in research of paleolithic diets the percentage ranges from 25% in the Gwi people of southern Africa, to 99% in Alaskan Nunamiut, but the Paleo-Indian ancestors of Nunamiut are thought to have arrived in Alaska no earlier than 30,000 years ago. So in reality our ancestors were generally only hunting and fishing in forager societies living at higher latitudes. Excluding those in a cold-climate and the equestrian foragers they've said the diet structure was closer to 52% plant calories, 26% hunting calories, and 22% fishing calories. So eating a steak at every meal is not really paleolithic in my research. Now beets, potatoes and other root vegetables were on my Scandanavian ancestors plates and so I find no problem eating them, or most other vegetables. But that means real fresh vegetables, or flash frozen because cans are not natural. BPA is not your friend. I eat a lot of plants throughout my day, and I encourage you to do the same! 

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