The Paleo diet is the most sustainable diet out there, says Isabelle Chiang of Paleo Manila, a service that delivers delicious, nourishing and filling Paleo-approved meals daily to you.
“With a sustainable lifestyle like Paleo, you will never have to feel like you are on a restrictive diet and you will still enjoy your day to day life. You don’t have to stop enjoying full-flavored meals. The earlier you start wanting permanent change, the earlier you will thank yourself. Do not aim to lose weight just for an occasion – aim for permanent results, which only comes from permanent changes in diet and lifestyle. Love your body today and for the rest of your days - start nourishing from within by living Paleo.”
But what exactly is the Paleo Diet? Chiang explains that The Paleo Diet is an effort to go back to eating the way we’re biologically designed to eat, allowing us to tap into our genetic potential and start living healthier immediately. You’ll see benefits immediately, but “it’s important to give yourself a full 30 days before passing judgement.
Your body has to adjust from fuelling itself on carbs and sugar to burning your stored fat for energy, which can take a few weeks.”
A little goes a long way, she adds. “If you can even make a few small changes here and there - cut our liquid calories, switch out your rice for steamed vegetables, cut back on bread, for instance - you’ll start to see some changes. Remember, it’s all about choosing the food you eat.
You can achieve your healthiest self in no time as long as you learn the basics of choosing your ingredients.” Chiang admits that she is on a mission, through Paleo Manila, to get Filipinos fit and inspired to strive for healthy, sustainable living for a greener tomorrow, one tummy at a time.
“We want to help Filipinos live to be the fittest versions of themselves!”
Contact Paleo Manila Team on (0917) 841 0825
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