The Paleo Diet is one of the latest and hottest lifestyle trends currently. Celebrities endorse it some and restaurants are needs to serve Paleo style foods to keep their customers satisfied. Although eggs are enjoyed by the bucket load by most Paleo people and are a abundant source of nutrients, the egg white will include a variety of anti-nutrients, like Avidin and Lysozyme that can be found to protect the embryo, that can be hard for some individuals to breakdown and so can bind to and inhibit absorption of important nutrition and contribute to leaky gut and autoimmune disorders.
But for many people, it is difficult to make a long-term determination to swear off ALL cereal, pasta, breads and rice, dairy products foods, beans and peanuts, potatoes and processed foods. I possibly could cite sources about how the Paleo Diet has improved people's lives or even preserved this Doctor's life (must watch!), but instead I simply ask you to check it out and then judge for yourself.
Also, studies have projected that the average life-span was only 30 years, due to accidents, illness and lack of antibiotics. The assumption is that excess weight was unusual, as were degenerative diseases. Research implies that they generally experienced plenty to consume, were comparatively more healthy and got less tense lives than we do in the 21st century. Information available on their diet is assorted, inconsistent and contentious. What we realize for certain and what is more important is not what our Paleolithic ancestors ate but what they did not eat. They didn't ingest refined flour, glucose, sodium or hydrogenated oils.
Another common critique talks about the long-term ramifications of the Paleolithic diet. This is a sound critique I trust, not in the sense of criticizing this program, but in the sense that people actually do not know very well what are the long-term ramifications of it. Emphasizes fruit and vegetables which may decrease the risk of producing many diseases and disorders such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
None of the things shown should be consumed. Dairy, legumes, and soy aren't allowed. Once you swap to the Paleo Diet Evolved you'll see how far better a healthy diet plan will make you feel. Jones M. Moving North: Archaeobotanical Proof for Vegetable Diet in Midsection and Upper Paleolithic European countries. The Progression of Hominin Diets. Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology. 2009. Pp. 171-180.