Paleolithic (adj.)

The overarching concept of the Paleo diet is to follow what our paleolithic ancestors, the 'cavemen', would have eaten over 100,000 years ago - during the ice age.

Paleo practitioners may attribute inflammation to sugary, starchy processed foods - and so they eliminate them from their daily diet. Emphasis instead is placed on mostly whole food sources of lean protien, organic fruits and vegetables, low-glycemic carbs, and healthy fats.

The Paleo Plan

  • Concentrate on quality grass-fed/free-range protein & fiber
  • Cook with unprocessed oils like ghee and coconut oil
  • No processed foods
  • No added sugar
  • No grains (gluten-free)
  • No dairy

At Factor 75, we have our own Nutritional
Philosophy, based off of cutting edge research and feedback from our Advisory Board. Though we aren't strictly Paleo, we do provide some excellent Paleo meal options.

At Factor 75, the definition of Paleo that guides us in creating our Paleo meals is:

  • Larger portions of meat and vegetables
  • No grains, soy, or chemicals
  • Increased fiber content
  • Zero added sugar
  • Organic, free-range, and grass fed produce and proteins
  • Includes sweet potatoes and ghee/clarified butter
Brisket Plate Brisket Plate

Paleo Benefits

Research has shown that adherence to a Ketogenic diet can:

Improve sleep patterns

Sustained energy throughout the day

No sugar crashes

Improve heart healthy blood pressure

Decrease bodily inflammations

Increase oxygen delivery through increased iron intake

No gastric irritants

Improved skin, hair & nails

A few of Factor 75's favorite Paleo foods:

Steak with Tomato Basil Salsa

Brisket Plate

Beef & Sesame Green Beans

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