Paleo has quickly become one of the most recognizable and respected diets. What better time then to review one of my favorite Paleo books, Paleo Grubs. Despite being a relative new-comer to the market, Paleo Grubs has enjoyed great success, even recently achieving a #1 popularity rating among other Paleo recipe books.
A review by the cleaneatingmama commends Paleo Grubs on the breadth of it’s recipes (over 470), 10 week meal plan and slick presentation. It further goes on to say that regular use of the recipes may lead to an improvement of conditions including weight loss, improved lipid profile and increased insulin sensitivity. These benefits are well-supported by research and have been widely supported at popular online hangouts, including marksdailyapple.com.
If you’re thinking about picking up the book you’ll be delighted to know that Paleo Grubs is now one of the many programs taking advantage of digital delivery. No longer do you need to wait for your book to arrive via mail, Paleo Grubs comes readily available for immediate access via any web-capable device, effectively reducing the cost to the consumer.
Naturally, there are a few draw-backs associated with the book. The main one of course being the effective ban on wheat, dairy and processed foods. However, such restrictions are made at the cost of perceived benefits and should be considered accordingly. If you are new to Paleo, adopting a ‘slow and steady’ mentality will reduce the severity of any troublesome effects (i.e. cravings).
In summary, The Paleo Grubs book scores high marks all-round and should be a mainstay for anyone trying to lose weight and improve their health.