PaleoDiet example

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Paleodiet

The paleodieta is a food philosophy that is inspired by the nutritional regime of men who lived before agriculture and farming, about 10.000 years ago (during the Paleolithic).
The paleo diet is NOT a method accepted by the contemporary scientific community, which deems the system unjustified, unbalanced, poorly applicable and potentially harmful (due to excess of proteins, excess of fats, tendency to ketosis, etc.).
The paleo diet abolishes all foods that fall into the II, III and IV fundamental groups, and does not ensure the recommended rations of various nutritional principles (especially carbohydrates and calcium).



Furthermore, it predisposes the body to metabolic acidosis (ketosis) and does not effectively support aerobic sports activities; it is absolutely not recommended in case of pregnancy, lactation and high osteoporotic risk.


Food YES

The paleodiet does not require any kind of calculation, estimation or planning. It allows you to eat whenever your appetite arises, as long as only "paleo" foods are consumed: game, eggs, fish, reptiles, worms, worms, insects, berries, vegetables, fruits (less than vegetables), roots, bulbs, oil seeds etc. More rarely, crustaceans, molluscs, very sweet fruits and honey.
NB. More than muscle tissue (meat), the paleo diet suggests consuming mainly offal (liver, heart, stomach, spleen, lungs, etc.), bone marrow and blood.


Food NO

The paleo diet denies the use of food supplements, milk and derivatives, cereals, legumes, salt, sugar, seasoning fats, food additives (or the foods that contain them), sweet drinks, preserved and processed foods.
The adaptation of the paleo diet to contemporary needs and tastes provides for a greater use of meat (especially white), fishery products and oil for seasoning.

Example

Employee; he practices the gym 5 times a week. He does not have any kind of pathology.



Gender Male
Age 31
Height cm 186
Wrist circumference cm 17,5
Constitution Normal
Height / wrist 10,6
Morphological type Normolineo
Weight kg 100
Body mass index 28,9
Physiological body mass index desirable 21,7
Desirable physiological weight kg 75,1

DAY 1

Breakfast
  Tuna, fillet with carpaccio 200g  
  Lettuce 100g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack I
  Pine nuts (shelled) 30g 3 tablespoons
  Apple, with peel 100g 1/2 apple
Lunch
Beef Liver with Onion
  Liver 200g  
  Onions 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack II
  almonds 30g 15 almonds
  Pear, with peel 100g 1/2 money
Price
Grilled Chicken with Fennel
  Chicken, various parts (with skin), without bones 200g  
  Fennel 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp

Nutritional translation of DAY 1
Nutritional component Quantity
Energy law 1178,2kcal
Food water 1025,6g
Protein 135,1g
Total energy lipids 105,8g
  Total saturated fat 22,9g
Total monounsaturated fatty acids 46,2g
Total polyunsaturated fatty acids 27,4g
Cholesterol 800,0g
Carbohydrates 83,0g
  Simple, total sugars 44,6g
Alcohol, ethanol 0,0g
Dietary Fiber 22,5g
Sodium 543,2g
Potassium 4136,2mg
Soccer 393,6mg
Iron 27,4mg
Phosphorus and Potassium 1946,7mg
Zinc 15,1mg
Tiamina O vit. B1 1,62mg
Riboflavina o vit. B2 7,69mg
Niacin or vit. B3 o vit. PP 62,55mg
Pyridossine o vit. B6 4,15mg
Folate, total 154,40mg
Ascorbic acid or vit. C. 128,90mg
Vitamin D 1280,00IU
Retinol equivalent activity or vit. TO 34169,75RAE
α-tocopherol o vit. AND 14,00mg

As can be clearly seen from the table above, this example of Paleodieta shows the lack of various nutritional principles; among them: carbohydrates, fiber, sodium, potassium, calcium, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate and vitamin E. Cholesterol is excessive. The overall energy is also not much.




WARNING! Wanting to fully respect the original eating style, it would be necessary to eliminate the seasoning oil and fruit. This would result in a significant change in nutritional detail, i.e. a reduction of 15g of lipids, 29,3g of carbohydrates and 245,0kcal.

Obviously, the intake of fiber, certain salts (eg potassium) and some vitamins (eg vitamin C) would also be affected.


DAY 2

Breakfast
  Hard-boiled eggs 200g 2 eggs
  arugula (rocket salad) 100g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack I
  walnuts 30g 7-8 gherigli
  Orange 100g 1/2 orange
Lunch
Chicken Durelli Stewed with Carrots
  Durelli o magoncini 200g  
  carrots 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack II
  Pistachios (shelled) 30g 3 tablespoons
  Banana 100g ½ banana
Price
Grilled Turkey with Grated Daikon
  Spindle Turkey 200g  
  daikon 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp

DAY 3

Breakfast
  Salmon (wild), carpaccio 200g  
  Green Radicchio 100g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack I
  Pecan 30g 7-8 gherigli
  Strawberries 100g 3-4 strawberries
Lunch
Tomato tripe
  Beef tripe 200g  
  Tomatoes 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack II
  Macadamia (shelled) 30g 15 macadamia
  Kiwi 100g 1 kiwi
Price
Stewed Rabbit with Artichokes
  Rabbit 200g  
  Carciofi 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp

DAY 4

Breakfast
  Hard-boiled eggs 100g 2 eggs
  Red radish 100g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack I
  Hazelnuts 30g 15 hazelnuts
  Banana 100g ½ banana
Lunch
Pan-fried Heart with Asparagus
  Veal heart 200g  
  Asparagus 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack II
  Peanuts (shelled) 30g 3 tablespoons
  Orange 100g 1/2 orange
Price
Veal Steak with Celery
  Veal, walnut steak 200g  
  Celery 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp

DAY 5

Breakfast
  Swordfish, fillet with carpaccio 200g  
  Lettuce 100g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack I
  Pine nuts (shelled) 30g 3 tablespoons
  Apple, with peel 100g 1/2 apple
Lunch
Ossobuco with Version
  Ossobuco, calf 200g  
  Version 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack II
  almonds 30g 15 almonds
  Pear, with peel 100g 1/2 money
Price
Grilled Ostrich with Cabbage
  Ostrich steak 200g  
  Red cabbage 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp

DAY 6

Breakfast
  Hard-boiled eggs 200g 2 eggs
  Valerianella 100g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack I
  walnuts 30g 7-8 gherigli
  Orange 100g 1/2 orange
Lunch
Coratella with herbs
  Coratella (liver, lung, intestine), lamb 200g  
  Chicory 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack II
  Pistachios (shelled) 30g 3 tablespoons
  Banana 100g ½ banana
Price
Grilled Rooster with Eggplant
  Cockerel, various parts (with skin), without bones 200g  
  Melanzane 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp

DAY 7

Breakfast
  Bonito, carpaccio 200g  
  Raw mushrooms, champignons 100g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack I
  Pecan 30g 7-8 gherigli
  Loquat 100g QB
Lunch
Pan-fried Spleen with Zucchini
  Spleen 200g  
  Zucchini 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp
Snack II
  Macadamia 30g 15 macadamia
  Kiwi 100g 1 kiwi
Price
Stewed Pigeon with Celeriac
  Pigeon, various parts (with skin), without bones 200g  
  Celeriac 200g  
  Extravirgin olive oil 5g 1 tsp

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