Well, prior to buying paleocookbooks, I wanted to find out if this diet plan was palatable, easy to follow and most of all made sense to me.
Unfortunately, there weren’t many real and or authentic reviews around, so I decided to write one of my own for the benefit of my friends and family and anyone else who found themselves in the same position as I was in.
Just to let you know, I’ll be delving into the pros and cons, I sincerely hope you’re comfortable with that. Remember, I’m writing an honest review as I see it.
WHAT ARE PALEO COOKBOOKS
To discuss this we first must learn the meaning of the word Paleo. The dictionary meaning of the word Paleo is ancient or more aply described as stone age.
Therefore these books are compiled around the Paleo Diet Food list (the evolved terminology is now known and commonly referred to as the Paleolithic diet). It is this diet that our prehistoric ancestors otherwise called stone-age man ingested eons of years ago.
WHAT YOU’LL FIND INSIDE
There are four complete cookbooks in the package authored by Nikki Young plus an illustrated 30 day meal plan with indications as to which pages in the cookbooks you can find the instructions to prepare the suggested meals.
As an example, on day 2 of the ’30 day meal plan’ the recommended paleo breakfast is ‘smoked salmon and chive omelette’ which can be found on page 61 of cookbook ‘B’(cookbook ‘B’is captioned “Paleo Eating for Modern People”. It should follow that cookbook ‘A’ is “21st century hunter gatherer”).
WHO CAN BENEFIT
The Paleolithic or hunter gatherer diet is suited to athletes and ordinary folk alike who want an ejoyable but nutritious meal. I have learnt that most people who have rigidly follow this diet boasts of better sleep; increased energy; healthy weight loss regulated blood sugar levels and even increased libido.
THE GOOD POINTS (PROS)
The Paleocookbooks package are carefully aligned to that of the Paleolithic Diet with modern research and science backing it’s theories.
The cookbooks are well laid out with easy to follow recipes
The ’30 day meal plan’ packaged with the cookbooks are an excellent guide and or starting point to accomplish your healthy weight loss or other nutrition goals.
THE BAD POINTS (CONS)
The cookbooks and ’30 day meal plan’ are at times contrary to the list of authentic Paleo foods.For instance sweet potatoes aren’t among the recommended foods to consume yet there are recipes in the cookbooks with sweet potatoes.
I have found some of the recipes which are laid out in the ’30 day meal plan’ do not correspond to the indicated page/s in the cookbooks. In such a case you have to search to find these recipes.
The Paleo cookbooks – The Bottom Line
Overall the author Nikki Young has gone through great detail in compiling recipes that mimics those foods our stone age counterparts thrived and lived healthy lives on.
It is my respectful view that the recipes contained in the Paleo cookbooks package are ideal and beneficial but not limited to some of the following reasons: those who may have slowed their metabolism through fad dieting;those who want healthy weight loss;those who want a stronger immune system;those who want to enjoy healthy,nutritious and palatable meals without guilt.
The product I can attest is genuine and comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee.