Paleo Plan

Dr. Rob’s 30-day Paleo Challenge!

The optimum diet for the human animal is based on nutritional requirements established during its evolutionary path to its present form (modern homo sapiens).The biologically appropriate diet

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Take the Paleo Challenge and Eat Paleo for 30-days and see for yourself how it can change your overall health and well being!

What is the Paleo Diet?

In a nutshell, Paleo is a simple dietary lifestyle, based on the principle that foods are either “in” or “out,” with respect to planning your daily diet.

Foods that are “in” are considered Paleolithic Era foods. These are foods that we, as human beings, were thought to have consumed prior to the advent of agriculture (foods such as: meat, fish, shellfish, eggs, tree nuts, vegetables, roots, fruit, berries, mushrooms, etc.). “Out” foods are Neolithic Era foods that result from agriculture, or are processed (grains, beans/legumes, potatoes, sugar and fake/processed foods).

Dr. Rob boiling pearl onions on Thanksgiving Day

Dr. Rob, boiling pearl onions on Thanksgiving Day.

Dr. Rob follows the Paleo diet and encourages his clients at CNY Fertility Center and CNY Healing Arts to do the same.

Dr. Rob Tells His Story

Watch Dr. Rob in this short video to learn more about the Paleo Diet.

Details

Browse the sections below to learn more.

The foods below are “in” foods


Meat

Meat

Any type, including beef, pork, game meat, chicken, etc. If possible, choose organic or grass fed meat.

Fats

Fats

The Paleo diet recommends eating fats, whether these on meat, or the skin on poultry. It’s thought that our ancestors regularly consumed fats. Using butter and cream for cooking can make your food taste better and make you feel more satiated. Avocados are very versatile and can be a delicious addition. Cooking or flavoring dishes with coconut oil, or olive oil, are also good options.

Fish & Shellfish

Fish and Shellfish

Eat any kind. Enjoy fatty fish, such as salmon, mackerel, or herring, but be sure to avoid breading.

Eggs

Eggs

Enjoy boiled, fried, in omelettes, etc. Preferably, use organic eggs.

Vegetables

Vegetables

Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts. Asparagus, zucchini, eggplant, olives, spinach, mushrooms, cucumber, lettuce, avocado, onions, peppers, tomatoes etc.

The following foods are “out”

Sugar, Carbs, and starchy foods

Bread, pasta, rice, beans and potatoes, soy, legumes, anything with refined sugar.

Suggested Reading

Paleo Diet Made Easy

Paleo Diet Made Easy

(Kindle ebook)

Basic Paleo Diet Facts for Beginners to achieve weight loss using proven Paleo Recipes and Paleo Eating Habits in just one week!

The Ultimate Paleo Diet Guide

Paleo Diet: The Ultimate Paleo Diet Guide

(Kindle ebook)

How to Lose Weight and Feel Amazing in 6 Weeks or Less (Paleo made simple)

The Grain Brain Cookbook

The Grain Brain Cookbook

The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar — Your Brain’s Silent Killers.


Other Resources

The Diet Doctor

Ketogenic Diet: High Fat High Hopes 

Fat Burning Man

Dr. Loren Cordain, Founder of the Paleo Movement

Low-carbohydrate diets for athletes-What evidence? –The current state of knowledge from the British Journal of Sports Medicine (published online May 2014)