If I am using ingredients that weren’t around 100 years ago, does that make sense?

At Rec Sports & Fitness we don’t promote any one particular diet or lifestyle. This is to be used for information purposes only. After working in the sport and fitness industry for well over 20 years, I have seen a lot of diet information come out. I usually like to say to my clients and staff, “If it didn’t come out of the ground or have a heartbeat, don’t eat it.” The nice thing about this, is that even they are vegetarians, it can still work out. In recent years, the paleo diet has taken center stage. It follows closely the quote which was just mentioned.  Check out the links below for more information.

http://paleodietlifestyle.com/

http://www.robbwolf.com/2011/09/29/what-is-the-paleo-diet/

Please remember that I am not promoting any of the products sold on these websites.  These sites have good information.

Other great things to remember is that you don’t have to be 100% faithful to your diet.  Take a break, perhaps follow the classic 80/20 rule.

On another note, I recently had some clients go “wheat-free” because of the gluten which is found in wheat.  Remember that carbohydrates are good for you, they just could come in the form of fruits and vegetables and rice and quinoa.  You can also choose breads which have no gluten in them as well (also pasta).  Thanks to the manufacturers over the years for perfecting these wheat-free beauties.

That is it for now, will post more later. 🙂  Enjoy the day!

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