Advocates of both the Paleo diet and the vegan diet claim these diets are the real key to losing weight and preventing and even curing certain diseases. Recent studies have shown that both diets are producing surprising results for people on the diets, but there could be some risks. Continue reading
Apr 28, 2014 /prREACH/ -- April 28, 2014. Murrieta, CA. -- The vegan diet and the Paleo diet are creating a lot of buzz in the diet industry, with many health and weight loss claims coming from supporters of the two diets. Before starting or switching to one of these diets, it's important to find out as much as possible about whether these diets live up to all the purported health benefits.
Ken Tyler, known for his unbiased reviews of diets and health fads, reveals the truth in his new book, "Paleo Diet vs. Vegan Diet." Tyler points out that while there is not enough long-term research yet to prove or disprove the claims made for both diets, there are many exciting results from people on the Paleo and vegan diets.
Testimonials from Paleo dieters report how much better they felt after starting the diet. Losing weight was not difficult and increased energy levels were apparent, according to the testimonials. Also gone were the sugar cravings that can be so debilitating.
Vegan testimonials also reported how much better dieters felt since starting a vegan diet. Most vegans said one of the biggest changes was the absence of constipation, which helped in weight loss. They also claimed their energy levels were much better than before starting the diet.
The possibility of preventing or defeating diseases like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and autoimmune disorders lures many new converts to both diets. With many diseases now at epidemic levels, people are looking for healthy options to improve their quality of life.
Supporters of both diets are passionate about their diet of choice and are quick to criticize the other diet. Paleo diet backers claim grains are the reason for most of the health problems plaguing today's population. They claim the cavemen had it right by eating mostly meat, vegetables, along with some nuts and seeds.
Vegans counter with dire warnings for people eating meat, claiming it will lead to heart disease and cancer. They state that grains are truly the "staff of life."
The list of people on the vegan diet is like a who's who of celebrities, including a former president and vice president. The list of people on the Paleo diet is smaller but growing faster. Many world-class athletes have switched to a Paleo diet and are seeing better results in their performances.
Tyler gives readers the facts about both diets and answers questions about these health concerns such as whether one or the other diet leaves one open to possible nutritional deficiencies or wheher one or the other may lead to possible increased risk of certain cancers .
Tyler explains what happened when he tried both diets. He gives details on how both diets affected his weight, energy levels, and health. He is quick to point out potential problems people could experience when starting out on a vegan or Paleo diet.
Find out all the facts before starting either a vegan or Paleo diet. Tyler's new book helps give readers the knowledge to make the right choice.
Paleo Diet vs Vegan Diet by Ken Tyler