The Paleo Diet Is Uncivilized

The Paleo Diet Is Uncivilized

The Paleo Diet, which refers to the Paleolithic Diet, (or Caveman Diet), has become a popular approach to weight loss and improved health.  The Paleo Diet restricts carbohydrates and starches such as potatoes, beans, legumes, and grains and encourages animal products to be eaten at every meal.

Dr. John McDougall refers to the Paleo Diet as a "nutritional nightmare" and explains the myths associated with this high-protein, low-carb diet in his article, "The Paleo Diet Is Uncivilized (And Unhealthy and Untrue)."

Watch the following short video by Dr. McDougall to find out what he really thinks! :-)


Read the article by John McDougall MD here.

For more information regarding the Paleo diet, see:

(1) Dr. Michael Greger Reviews the Paleo Diet

(2) High Protein Diets Promote Illness

(3) Dr. McDougall Says Humans are Starchivores

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