As effective as the Paleo diet is in helping the body get back into its natural eating habits and cutting out the unhealthier modern foods, it isn’t always accessible to everyone because there are a number of rules to follow, if you wanted to be strict with the diet.
Our Paleo Hacks cookbook review explores one of the best recipe books available for anyone who’s looking to go on the Paleo diet and succeed.
Let’s take a look at what’s inside.
What is the Paleo Hacks Cookbook?
The cookbook is a creation of the PaleoHacks community. This is a gathering of Paleo diet followers where they can get and offer tips, experiences and support to fellow Paleo users.
Over the years, PaleoHacks members have shared their recipes and ingredients they’ve used to make the diet a much easier one to stay consistent with. And like other many diets, it isn’t just the problem of finding recipes to prepare but also having a reliable list of dishes that you can enjoy eating.
After all, a big part of why many people stop doing a particular diet is either its lack of taste or the inability to make the recipes or get the ingredients needed.
The Paleo Hacks cookbook is a compilation of past recipes as well as new ones that follow the guidelines of the diet. It is the result of the members’ and moderators’ experiences on what recipes have worked well. This lets you start following the diet without having figure out if what you’re planning or preparing is correct, and later if it does taste good, since those tasks have been done for you.
The Paleo Hacks Cookbook lists around 200 recipes that adhere to the Paleolithic eating habit. This is meant to help you get leaner, lose weight and healthier. The dished have been tested so they are tasty and not something that will make you think of ditching the diet soon.
The recipes in the cookbook are designed so that they do not include grains and don’t use dairy. Also, no preservatives, additives or refined sugar will be used. Starches are also not included.
- PaleoHacks Jumpstart Guide – this guide lets you get started by introducing the basics of the Paleolithic diet. It is a 30 day Jumpstart guide so you aren’t left on your own after a few days. By day 30, you have a firm knowledge on what to do and how to prepare your own meals.
- The PaleoHacks Cookbook – this is where majority of the dishes are listed. The recipes in the cookbook follow the Paleo guidelines so all you need to do is pick up the ingredients and follow the instructions. The recipes are designed with two things in mind, one was they had to be simple so it would be easy to prepare them. The other was they were delicious. The number of recipes also offers a lot of variety so you don’t have to keep cooking the same dishes over and over.
- Paleo Foods and Paleo Fails – this guide provides the foods that are allowed and those that are not for this specific diet. It also goes through the issues that people go through that make them not able to follow the diet.
- The Paleo 4x Cookbook – this complements the main cookbook.
- Eating Paleo at Restaurants – this helps users with the tough part, eating out and not breaking your diet. At home you get to prepare and cook properly. However, when out at restaurants, the menu is fixed. This guide helps Paleo followers stay the course and order properly so they don’t disrupt their diet.
Together, they cover the basics you need to get started with the Paleo diet. The package also includes a shopping list that helps you go through the grocery store and pick up the items you need for the recipes. Finally, a one month meal plan is provided giving you something you can follow for the first 30 days to make the transition and learning process easier.
The Paleo Hacks Cookbook comes with a money back guarantee in case you aren’t happy with the product.
Paleo Hacks Cookbook Review Summary
The Paleo Hacks Cookbook is loaded with around 200 recipes that offer followers easy preparation, variety and tasty food. It helps you stay motivated with the diet as you adjust so you don’t ditch it because the food doesn’t taste good or are difficult to prepare.