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Paleo Cookbooks Review

Both Paleo Cookbooks

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Nikki Young, author of The Paleo Cookbooks, Paleo Eating for Modern People and Recipes for the 21st Century Hunter Gatherer, has mastered the art of paleo cookery.  Living and teaching others how to live a healthy and fit lifestyle, Young’s cookbooks are born out of nearly seven years of experience and fitness expertise.  With the purchase of Young’s two paleo cookbooks and a 30-day meal plan that accompanies the books, you will be fully prepared for a lifestyle change that will, according to Young and other paleo-enthusiasts, leave you feeling healthier and more energized.

Young’s The Paleo Cookbooks include a combined 310 recipes that are free of all dairy, grains, potatoes, lentils, refined sugar, or preservatives.  By avoiding these foods and ingredients, you will purify your diet to that of our Paleolithic ancestors, who by Young’s account, ate a diet “designed by nature.”  The recipes in The Paleo Cookbooks focus on whole foods and pure preparation, allowing the body to run on essential nutrients the way nature intends, rather than refined or processed products.

Both Paleo Cookbooks

The Paleo Cookbooks offer a wide array of recipes that will satisfy even the pickiest of paleo and non-paleo eaters alike, giving you a diet that never gets boring.  Using unique ingredient combinations, such as carrots and cumin or beets and sweet potato, the cookbooks make available a new world of flavors.  Every recipe in Young’s books is distinctive, calling for a combination of both interesting preparation (think Capsicum sandwiches) and exciting ingredients.

One interesting fact about Young’s books is that The Paleo Cookbooks include an abundance of vegetarian and vegan recipes for those who want to limit their meat intake.  Vegetarian soups, salads, entrees, dips and desserts abound in the pages of Young’s books, adding a new level of flexibility and choice for paleo-enthusiasts.  And with a diet aimed at living a healthier lifestyle, providing flexibility is the key to a long-lasting, satisfying diet.

While the vegetarian options are a somewhat unique aspect for a paleo cookbook, the highlight of these books is the inclusion of chocolate recipes and luscious desserts in each book.  Young includes paleo-friendly recipes for custards, pies, and cakes. You will not miss refined sugar when you have access to these dessert recipes that are both distinctive and delightful.  The Paleo Cookbooks even include recipes for homemade sorbets, the paleo answer to ice cream.

In addition to providing you with two cookbooks, Paleo Eating for Modern People and Recipes for the 21st Century Hunter Gatherer, both full of mouth-watering recipes, Young offers a 30-day meal plan that will guide you through an entire month of eating paleo.  This resource provides the beginning paleo eater the tools and experience needed to stay confident and worry-free on the diet.  With this meal plan, you will be armed with a full month of meals that will get you started.  And, your newfound vitality and kitchen confidence will provide the motivation to keep you going long term.

Nikki Young’s The Paleo Cookbooks are an excellent resource for the Paleolithic dieter who isn’t afraid to try new flavors and preparation techniques or for those who detest the thought of giving up sweets.  With the purchase of her cookbooks, which are accompanied by the first edition of the books and the 30-day meal plan, you can be sure that you will be successful in living a healthier lifestyle for the long-haul.

What started out as a self-discovering journey into a healthier lifestyle, has turned into a mission to share my findings with as many people as possible. Knowledge is power!

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