So you want to start the Paleo diet with a 30 day meal plan. Planning will help you succeed. Going into your paleo 30 day challenge without a written meal plan will decrease your chances of success.
If you have studied enough, you may be able to succeed at creating your own Paleo diet 30 day meal plan. Most people find this rather difficult because cooking non-paleo is what is familiar. Without a written plan it is easy to fall back into what is familiar.
So after coaching a lot of people in the paleo lifestyle, I recommend having a written plan. Those people who have a plan before they start succeed. Those who don’t, end up falling back into their old familiar ways of eating non-paleo.
To create your plan, keep it simple. In fact, one of the most common comments I hear from people I coach is they are surprised at how easy eating paleo is. On the other hand, people that start out without a paleo diet 30 day meal plan in writing often find it difficult.
So when creating you plan, follow these simple rules and you increase your chances of success. No grains, legumes (including peanuts) or dairy. Eat lots of vegetables with your healthy grass fed meats. I think it is a great idea to have romaine or fresh greens salad at least twice a day. Be sure you are also getting healthy fats like coconut oil. It’s also a good idea to take a daily supplement of fish oil.
Minimize the amount of fruits you eat in your first 30 days, especially if your goal is to lose weight. It’s ok to eat some with your meals a few times a week as long as you are eating them with a good protein. Fruits turn into sugar in your body. Sugar in your blood requires insulin to get the sugars out of your blood and into the cells. During your first 30 days it is a good idea to minimize all sugars to help your body get into a state of ketosis.
At Paleo 30 Day Challenge, we have created a very simple Paleo diet 30 day meal plan that you can simply download and use. It makes life very easy as you begin to change your life.