…the best nutritional, health and wellness book on the market!
As someone who’s been actively involved in the Paleo-community (for 2.5 years), and as someone who’s attended 3 practical seminars, I’m learning new insights with this paleo book.
There’s so much information – I’ve had this book for 21 days now and am still discovering new tips.
You see, most books I have purchased before are are too complex and you don’t know where to start and what to cook and when to cook.
Now, this book comes with a guiding 8-week meal plan, specific tools, ingredient explanations and everything else in between — Basically, all you need to start to change the way you eat.
Then, the recipes! They are the best Paleo recipes I’ve tried. Delicious, even if you’re not a eating Paleo. Every single one is simple and brings out the style of my standard diet favorites like: Ina Garten (Barefoot Contessa) and Giada DeLorentis. Warning: The photos are unbelievably mouth watering
I have to mention, I also got “The Paleo Slow Cooker” that’s packed with awful recipes – I tried some basic recipes and the results went directly into the trash after trying the first bite (You should have seen my girlfriend’s face!) Next, I sent this one back “Make it Paleo: More Than 200 Grain Free Recipes For Any Occasion” – Nothing special & hopelessly repetitive.
Let me tell you why I think PaleoLeap’s book is the best paleo resource on today’s market:
Reason #1: It comes with a ‘8-Week step-by-step meal plan‘ – This plan tells you exactly what to cook, how to cook and when to cook. Zero confusion! Easy-to-follow, step-by-step, everything planned out for you.
(7 days a week, breakfast, lunch, dinner & snacks)
Reason #2: 327 Recipes! No repetition, simple, easy-to-follow, flavorful recipes. All of them, of course: no grains, no legumes, no sugar, no dairy
Reason #3: This one is special for you if you can’t eat eggs, nightshades or nightshades: 108 Auto-Immune-Friendly Recipes (In fact, many of us don’t know that they’re intolerant to these ingredients)
Reason #4: 30 extra quick & simple meal recipes (bonus). If you don’t have time to cook – Sometimes very busy, then these recipes become very handy!
Reason #5: 15 sweet BUT super healthy dessert recipes (bonus). And, of course, sugar. Also, I may add, my girlfriend is addicted to the apple dumplings
Reason #6: Herb & Spice Guide – If you want to know about extra tips to make your food even more delicious with spices & spices, this add-on book will take care of you. Also, a bonus to the main book.
Reason #7: Paleo Cheat Sheet – Simplify your life: Troubleshooting Paleo, coconut milk, Paleo flours & thickeners and portion sizes
What are the cons?
Well, with the amount of content, the PaleoLeap book is almost over-packed with goodies. I’ve barely put a dent in the hundreds of recipes and nuggets the system has to offer
You don’t need to know how to cook, but it some (little) cooking experience will do you good — you can’t just simply “grab a bite and go.” You must plan your meals out…But you of course the meal plan keeps care of that.
P.S. By the way, you can see for yourself if it is as easy and as good as I say it is for 60 days. Look it over and try it out. If you’re not satisfied (for any reason at all) PaleoLeap gives you a full refund quietly – no questions asked, no hard feelings.
About The Author
Tim L. Martin
Hi, I'm Tim. I'm 35 years. I'm a Digital Nomad, Health & Fitness Geek, Coffee Enthusiast and a Passionate Climber. I love to discover, explore and reveal new ways to improve my life and well being.