“The Paleo Diet? No, no, no, not another yet boring diet!” No, it’s not, and the PaleoHacks Team will prove it.
If you are someone who has never succeeded with a diet, any diet, it would almost certainly be because you got bored with it. Although there may be many other reasons, boredom is usually a big one for many dieters, not just for you.
You see, it’s easy to fall into a rut by eating the same thing over and over, feel frustrated, then give it up altogether.
To be honest, this is especially true with the Paleo Diet, because it limits nearly all processed foods, as well as many kinds of food served in restaurants. To this end, you probably have to subsist on a diet of some very bland food every single day. Anybody in his or her right mind would drop it eventually, saying, “The air in my mouth tastes better!”.
However, it doesn’t have to be that way. All you need really is delectable, mouth-watering recipes, simple, easy-to-whip-up recipes, which transform into delicious meals, and which you will gladly eat on a daily basis, making it easy for you to remain on your diet, willingly, indefinitely.
There is actually an amazingly endless variety of rich, appetizing, inviting, tasty Paleo meals that you can eat, but you have to have the 'right' recipes and food preparation skills.
Enter the Paleo Cookbook, with more than a hundred simple, no-fuss, step-by-step Paleo recipes, compiled by the folks over at PaleoHacks, the single biggest online Paleo Community anywhere, with tens of thousands of people actually thriving on an all-Paleo diet.
Want to have a sticky-beak at what these recipes are? Click here.
So now, you can finally get all the amazing benefits of eating Paleo - faster fat-burning, glowing skin, unlimited energy, muscle tone, better moods, just to name a few - without ever getting bored with eating tasteless, boring meals, thereby eliminating the main block many people have to truly living the Paleo lifestyle.
Just so you know, the Paleo Diet is easily the hottest diet in the world right now.
The following recipe is taken from the Paleo Cookbook, which can be eaten at breakfast, lunch or dinner ... seriously. Enjoy!
1 Tablespoon raw, certified organic, extra virgin coconut oil
2 Pounds ground beef (or other ground meat of choice)
1 Organic onion, chopped
2-3 cloves organic garlic
1 jar of organic Marinara sauce (or make it yourself)
Diced organic tomatoes
2.5 teaspoons organic cumin
2-3 teaspoons organic chili powder
1-2 teaspoons organic thyme leaves
2 teaspoons Celtic sea salt
A couple of Serrano peppers (or jalapenos, or Anaheim peppers)
Sauté onions & garlic until they are browned.
Add the meat, chili powder, thyme, and cumin.
Stir mixture in pan or pot.
Pour in marinara sauce, add tomatoes, peppers, and salt. Mix.
Simmer for at least an hour.
Tips/Remarks From The PaleoHacks Team/Community
“I like adding in more salt, I've found the saltier it is the better it
tastes. But that's just me.”
“I like putting the Serrano peppers in a food processor to almost
puree them, and then mix them in. Tastes amazing.”
“We use Marinara sauce instead of salsa. We were experimenting
one day and it was amazing. Haven't gone back.”
“If you ever want to impress someone with your cooking, this is the
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