The Complete Guide to Primitive Eating : A Self-Paced, Step by Step Guide to Ease Into a Paleo Lifestyle – David Soto Jr
In January 2011 I decided to try my next diet. I had been exploring different diets for about 20 years by this point but this next one was different. This one made sense, common sense. I had already been a big proponent of getting back to our roots and getting as natural as possible. I had also recently been exposed to the theory that the Agricultural Age was the beginning of the demise of mankind. Mass producing food just did not seem natural, and when I found that there was a way to eat that supported my beliefs, I was all in. Before I could finish The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf, I was blasting all over social media about how this was the only way to eat. I was even, for a short while, the Paleo police and would criticize people who were not following the “rules” to a tee. Realizing I was being a jerk, I gave up my badge for the Paleo police but I continued making posts and bragging about my progress. I even started taking on personal training clients after taking a break for many years. To me, eating this way was the missing ingredient to my success as a personal trainer. Within six months of going paleo, I lost around 35 pounds, dropped to a weight I had never seen as an adult, and accomplished things I never thought I could do, like run four miles barefoot and do pull-ups and ring dips. The transformation was amazing. Over the years I’ve received several inquiries from friends and family on Facebook asking how I achieved these results. My advice was simple: eat these foods, don’t eat these foods, and read these books. Every single person I gave this advice to, failed miserably. I couldn’t understand why when it was exactly how I got results! I would even get a little frustrated (maybe a lot) at the fact that people weren’t achieving good results with the advice I was giving them. In my mind, I gave great advice. Then someone pointed out to me that not everyone was like me. Not everyone was a gung-ho, all or nothing, do-it-now type of person. That’s when I sat down and started creating this program.
Author: David Soto Jr ISBN: 9781508740186 Pages: 70 pages Format: PDF Size: 29.57 Mb