PaleoDiet Project

Refined foods can cause different diseases, i.e. cancer, obesity, diabetes, heart attacks, Parkinson’s, depression, Alzheimer’s, etc.
Many scientist researches have proved that the paleo-diet is rich in Monounsaturated and Omega-3 fats to reduce the risk factors of cancer, diabetes, heart diseases, obesity, and the cognitive. Fruits and vegetables have rich vitamins extracts, antioxidants, minerals, etc. to decrease the disease spreading factors in the human body.
The critiques of paleo-diet consider it as a nonsensical diet, which can become dangerous because of strict restricting patterns. An evolutionary biologist, Marlene Zuk wrote in the book “Palefantacy” that the myths of paleo-diet are not relevant to the movements of the common lifestyles. Some experts say that the concept of the paleo-diet is to ban junk foods. The arguments of some experts that they do not like the old patterns of foods rather that modern food recipe by having low calories to live an active life style (Jabar, 2013). Some food experts believe that paleo-diet is not all free from the restricted food items, so the concept of this dietary pattern is just like a folk. Expansion of the vegetarian agenda is also a critic point of the paleo-diet. Men are not conscious for eating only paleo-diet (Wolf, Debunking the Paleo Diet: A Wolf’s Eye View, 2013) .
Robb Wolf stated that the Paleo-diet has become one the most favorite diets of Americans (Wolf, Debunking the Paleo Diet: A Wolf’s Eye View, 2013). In a conference of Frankfurt, a census was organized internationally to research for the healthy dietary pattern by many anthropologists, archaeologists, and the molecular biologist. They all agreed on the paleo-diet for a healthy lifestyle. The experts presented the nutritional framework based on human species that these species have not adopted the