[News Of The Day]Lose Weight By Eating Like A Caveman?


I must say more and more doctors are embracing the alternative side of health for patients. This is certainly good news, Dr Jason Bailey a Chiropractor in Newman Georgia thought it would be a great idea to challenge his staff, patients and his community to a ‘Prehistoric diet’ for 30 days. You must be saying “another diet”, but this one actually make sense. Dr Bailey says he sees how a little extra weight can affect him as well as his patients.

“Our body can only handle so much stress. And as that stress increases, the body will wear out much faster. That explains more joint pain, more back pain, more knee pain, pain in osteo-arthritis of the hips. These weight bearing joints are under tremendous amounts of load,” said Dr. Bailey.

According to Myfoxatlanta, Dr Bailey says:

“I finally looked in the mirror and was sick of what I saw. And I was like, I’m going to make a change”,that change came in the form of a unique diet called the Paleo Diet. Also called the Caveman Diet. It’s a nutritional plan that centers around the idea that we should eat what cavemen ate, more fresh foods and less processed foods. We’re simplifying our dietary choices. We’re eliminating certain things. The big ones are sugar, gluten from the grains, dairy. I know a lot of people have a hard time giving up milk and cheese. But we’re going to substitute for healthier things,” explained Bailey”

Yes I took great pleasure in bring you this post, because “finally” the medical industry is waken up to curing the root of the dis-ease and not its symptoms. I commend Dr Bailey by joining other doctors, such as Dr Oz for the recognition in having alternative healthy lifestyle. For more on this story you can read it at My Fox Atlanta on the web.

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