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The Paleo Diet

The Paleo Diet

The Paleo Diet is based on a simple concept: humans are built to best live in nature.

Our DNA, and our resulting physiology shaped over thousands of years of hunting and gathering, adapting to what we ate, to the amount of sunlight we were exposed to, and to the ways we used our bodies to survive.

Evolution happens slowly. 

While the world around us has changed dramatically in the last 200 years (since the industrial revolution), the human genome has barely changed at all. Some of our most basic bodily needs like eating and moving are still programmed like we’re living in the Paleolithic era.

What is the Paleo Diet?

The Paleo Diet is based on the idea that human bodies function best and feel best eating the foods and nutrients that we’re more adapted to, and that avoiding foods introduced to human consumption more recently helps us avoid inflammation, malabsorption and digestion problems.

While many people at first glance associate the paleo diet with eating a lot of meat, it’s actually much simpler and doesn’t entirely rely on protein, but instead a diverse and colorful array of natural foods that we’ve been eating for many, many years.

Paleo Diet foods




  • Dairy products
  • Grains and cereals
  • Processed food
  • Sugar
  • Starch
  • Alcohol

Our nutrition team has experience with thousands of clinical patients and has designed a program based on what brought those clients success. It’s easy to follow our nutrition plan and stick to paleo diet foods in a modern lifestyle and not be hungry.

That’s why we created our Paleo Diet app, Mammoth Hunters. 

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Following a Paleo or Paleo-inspired diet will help you improve your health and feel more energetic.

Benefits of the Paleo Diet



Have you ever felt shattered after a meal?

Or a mid-morning drop in energy?

Eating right helps you avoid these swings in energy levels. Choosing foods that help you avoid ups and downs and maintain healthy blood sugar is the key.


power of your body potencial

Eat quality protein to feed your muscles, and combine it with exercise—you’ll be feeling better soon and will see changes in your body’s shape.

Building muscle improves your capacity to burn fat, helping you to stay in shape even when you splurge on meals. It boosts your immune system and helps you produce anti-stress hormones.


less inflammation allergies inmunidad

Following our nutrition plan, you’ll eat more whole foods that help reduce or eliminate inflammation. You’ll also eat more antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals which help your body work well and recover fast.

Eating Paleo helps you avoid anti-nutrients (toxins in some foods), so you’ll reduce the hyperactivity of your immune and digestive systems, and experience a reduction in allergies and autoimmune responses.


sleep sueno reparador

Eating enough nutrients will support metabolism and the production of sleep neurotransmitters like serotonin and melatonin.

To boot, avoiding toxins (like alcohol) will allow your body to rest at night by not needing to repair your digestive system or eliminate toxic items from the body. This means you’ll have more restful sleep and more recovery.

2 thoughts on “The Paleo Diet”

  1. There seems to be one glaring hole in the paleo theory that our ancestors didn’t eat grains and cereals, or legumes, namely the development of agriculture itself:

    Our ancestors were not STUPID, nor motivated by cynical monetary gain, they didn’t decide to suddenly start planting things they never ate, that’d be like planting trees and suddenly starting to eat sawdust, NOBODY with the possible exceptions of Monsanto or a burger chain would do that! Corporations are interested in money, not eating, this is not the case with early farmers, they planted high value foods they DID eat, to make obtaining them easier, they may have eaten much less of such foods before growing them on purpose, but saying “these are out because they weren’t eaten” is flat-out wrong! They were not excluded if they had been then agriculture would have developed exclusively to grow things people did eat..

    Please note the veggie-plot is every bit as old as the wheat field, going to start advocating only wild veggies? Avoiding processed foods and chemical inputs, fine, and you might make a case that dairy was use of a previously unavailable by-product, but the current anti-grain anti-legume stance throws the baby out along with the bathwater, there are plenty of regions in the world where these things grew wild in sufficient quantity to form a valuable part of the pre-agricultural human diet.

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