Eating the Paleo way is fast becoming accepted as one of the healthiest ways in which humans can eat. It’s got tons of advantages, such as stabilizing blood sugar, supporting cardiovascular health, and loads of other positives that’ll turn your life into one that’s far more healthy. And you’ll have tons more energy as well…
1. The Paleo Diet – by Loren Cordain
The Paleo Diet is perhaps the very best ever guide to exactly why this is how humans were designed to eat this way, and provides you with 6 weeks of Paleo meal planning to get you started.
Discover why we’re genetically designed to eat this way, and read in layman’s terms the science behind the reasons it’s such a healthy diet.
2. The Paleo Solution – by Robb Wolf
Rob Wolf’s book is ideal for those who want to understand more about why the Paleo diet is so damn good for you. The Paleo Solution will answer all your questions about why the diet can help you ditch excess pounds, and avoid all those horrible, terminal diseases that seem to be more and more prolific in the 21st century.
If you’re looking for a diet and lifestyle that will truly change your appearance and health for the better, then this is the book for you.
3. The Paleo Cure – by Chris Kesser
Kesser’s book, The Paleo Cure, details an innovative way to easily convert to the Paleo lifestyle. Reset, Rebuild, and Revive will fit your body type, genetic blueprint, and lifestyle. In addition, you can further personalize the program to perfectly fit your way of living, and can address any specific health conditions you might have.
4. The Paleo Approach – by Sarah Ballantyne
The Paleo Approach will especially appeal to those who suffer from, or who know someone who suffers, from an autoimmune disease. It explains in great details why foods that you might well think are ‘healthy’ are anything but. And exactly what you can do to combat this.
You’ll discover the foods you should be eating, the ones to avoid, and some wonderfully simple strategies to cope with day to day living and eating – and in an affordable manner, which is super important.
5. The 30-Day Paleo Challenge
Exactly as the title suggests, The 30 Day Paleo Challenge will give you everything you need to know to transform your diet into one far healthier over the course of 30 days. Easy to follow meal plans are all set out for your (with no repeats), and they’re sure to keep you satisfied and full up! There’s no going hungry here – and you’ll lose weight to boot!
If you’ve struggled to drop the excess pounds in the past, then this could well be the answer you’ve been searching for. We challenge you not to be able to zip up those jeans after you’ve followed this diet for a month…
6. Paleo for Dummies
The popular ‘Dummies’ series has churned out their Paleo book that’s co-written by 3 experts in this lifestyle. It contains 4 books in 1 – so you get to understand the ins and outs of the Paleo diet, discover a great cookbook, and a further recipe book that shows you how to make yummy, Paleo-friendly desserts.
In addition, there’s another book that covers Paleo workouts – so you get an all round healthy lifestyle from eating to exercise. This is a great book for anyone just starting out on the Paleo way of living.
7. Practical Paleo – by Diane Sanfilippo
Practical Paleo has been dubbed the ‘Paleo Bible’ by those in the know. It covers everything you need to know and understand about Paleo. In addition, it details some amazing 30 day meal plans, has over 150 easy cook recipes, and quick guides to snacks that you can enjoy day in, day out, and still be sure you’re sticking to this super-healthy way of living.
8. Paleo for Beginners – by John Chatham
This New York Times bestseller is, as the name suggests, the perfect book for anyone who’s just starting out on their Paleo pathway. It provides great information on why the diet is so positive, a 7-day step-by-step beginners plan, a shopping guide, and hundreds of easy, mouthwatering recipes to follow.
In addition, there’s a massive list of all the Paleo friendly foods that you can enjoy, as well as what food items you should be avoiding.