Paleo Recipe Book Review – An Exlusive Preview From A Paleo Dieter

The Paleo Recipe Book Review Intro

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==>Click here to visit Sebastian Noel’s Official Paleo Recipe Book Site<==

Keep in mind, I am going to provide you with a completely unbiased and honest review. That’s right, this will be a no fluff look at the recipe book that claims to spice up any Paleo Dieters life. These are the essential details you’ll want to know before snagging your own copy.

So what exactly is Sebastian Noel’s Paleo Recipe Book?

The Paleo Recipe Book actually comes with a set of three books. These books are the Paleo Recipe Book, the Paleo Meal Plan and a bonus Herbs & Spices Guide. Allow me to go into all three briefly.

Paleo Recipe Book Review

First and foremost we have the Paleo Recipe Book. This book comprises 300+ recipes paleo diet recipes. The book is broken down by types of dishes. The types of dishes include red meat, pork, poultry, stew and curries, fish, salads, shellfish and seafood, eggs and omelets, stir fries, vegetables and sides, snacks, soups and snacks, marinades and sauces, offals, breakfasts and desserts, dips and finally lacto-fermented vegetables.

Each recipe is totally comprehensive, featuring all the ingredients, how to prepare them and even a photo of what the final product will look like. These pages are well designed and easily understood. If you are anything like me, you’ll find it very difficult not to get hungry while looking over the recipes.

All the information you could possibly want is right there, in my paleo recipe book review. From the preparation to the ingredients. Simple, easy to read and a photo to make sure your meal turns out right.

Paleo Meal Plan

The second book in the package is the Paleo Meal Plan guide. Most people attempting a new diet now that meal planning is one of the most important steps. This is especially true if your cooking for a group of people or are on a budget.

I found it useful because it gave me some structure. There are so many dish in the paleo recipe book that it’s sometimes difficult to decide what to cook for which specific day. It really seems like Sebastian put a lot of thought into making this meal plan as useful as possible. Just look at how organized it makes things:

Herbs & Spices

The final book you’ll receive is the Paleo guide to herbs and spices. This book covers 25+ herbs and spices. It discusses the medicinal properties, historical roots and nutritional value of all the herbs. Additionally it teaches you which herb goes best with which dish.

So will the Paleo Recipe Book really help you lose weight and have more energy?

Absolutely. Once I tried the Paleo Diet I found myself having great results in just a week or two. I lost bodyfat and found myself with more energy then I’d ever had in my life. Overall my body just felt cleaner. I was thinking clearer and looking leaner.

The problem was that this diet was getting sort of boring. I wanted to stay true to the Paleo Diet but needed more recipes. The Paleo Recipe Book proved to be the perfect solution. I found a simple way to maintain my preferred way off eating without boring the heck out of my palette.

What are the BAD things about the Paleo Recipe Book by Sebastian Noel?

Hey, nothing is perfect. Here are a few cons of this product.

1) Some of the recommended recipes were extremely time consuming. For someone without a lot of time on their hands, it can be daunting to cook something like Osso Buco for example.

2) I found the pictures inside of Paleo Recipe Book were really helpful however there was not enough of them.

What are the GOOD things about the Paleo Recipe Book by Sebastian Noel?

1) There are 300+ recipes to keep your paleo diet fun and exciting. Most importantly, they are really easy to follow. Even a caveman can do it :)

2) The bonus Meal Plan and Herbs and Spices book proved to be really useful. I especially enjoyed the Paleo Meal Plan. It gave me a sense of structure and organization with my diet that I wouldn’t have had otherwise.

3) This recipe book applies to just about everyone. It’s extremely versatile. No matter who you are or where you are from you will find many dishes that suit you.

4) It extremely well designed. The glossy pages, sharp photos and easy to follow recipes make for a really pleasant overall experience.

What is my overall opinion on the Paleo Recipe Book by Sebastian Noel?

My opinion is that this recipe book is well worth the purchase. Maintaining a paleo diet and keeping it new and tasty is important and one of the best metabolism boosters available. Having an easy to access, easy to follow resource to make sure that happens is perfect. Sure there are a few flaws but the pros really outweigh the cons here.

Additionally the Paleo Meal Plan was a real boon to this package because it provided me with the sort of structure I needed to keep my paleo diet affordable, planned out and simple. Overall I recommend this product.

==>Click here to visit Sebastian Noel’s Official Paleo Recipe Book Site<==

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3 Comments

  1. Katalin Bardi

     /  April 25, 2011

    Dear Sebastian,

    Greetings from Budapest, Hungary to you and to your new Paleo book! Congratulations to your newly-found health and many thanks for your efforts to help others.

    I was diganosed with lactose intolerance and carbohydrate/starch? intolerance 6 and 8 years ago, respectively. Lactose I can avoid, carbs I cannot…, but naturally, in the process, I as leaving behind legumes, potatoes and rice, because I was bloating after eating them even with the enzyme supplements I have to take daily (since even the healthiest vegetables contain starch, just a lot less than grains, pasta,etc.) My question to you, who himself is an experienced person with malabsorption (I also have that on my medical papers): have you found or experienced evidence with Paleo that following the Paleo diet helps with carb/starch intolerance? Overall, I find almost NO literature on carb/starch intolerance…, those few articles I found use these two terms interchangeably, so it is hard to get a clear picture. The doctors, friends and self-appointed experts also confuse this carb/starch intolerance or malabsorption with gluten sensitivity, and it is NOT the same, according to my understanding, and different tests can measure each. Like the way starch intolerance is measured is to have you drink starch and then check your bloodsugar level a couple of times every half-an hour. My blood sugar level stays on the same level during this test, showing that I cannot break down starch. I am not diabetic, as I do break down glucose, and I do not have gluten intolerance (tested), but for years I have not been feeling great, often have headaches for months, even years, and frequent energy imbalances. I think I have been on half- Paleo in the past years, without knowing it, but I still could not leave out whole grain, speltbread for breakfast, as I am really thin and do not wish to become even thinne, and I am also quite hungry in the morning, especially. I swim and I exercise regularly. I am asking you about the possible impact of Paleo on carb/starch intolerance as I know that a lot of people are running around here and in the US diagnosed, but have no idea what it really means, and how they should eat properly.

    Sorry for making this a bit long…:)- I do look forward to your response, to the benefit of all those who suffer from similar symptoms, but would like to lead a healthier and better quality life.

    best wishes,
    Katalin

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  2. Katalin Bardi

     /  April 25, 2011

    Steve, I am sorry, I guess I messed this up…, I only saw you on the right side and realized that this is only the book review, not the original author’s introduction.Well, that does not make what I wrote any less true or important, but I leave it to you now whether you would know more about the issue I raised or would pass on to me some other websites where my questions are more appropriate than perhaps on yours. Nevertheless, I will try and order this book through an English-language bookstore….
    Be well, and once again, sorry for this little confusion…
    Katalin

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    • admin

       /  April 26, 2011

      Hi Katalina,

      Sebastian has stated on several occassions that it was the Paleo Diet that helped him with conditions like leaky guy and malabsorption. On a personal level, this meal plan has served me very well too. The best way I can put it is that it left me feeling balanced. If you want to check out an English version of the book you can buy the Paleo Recipe Book here.

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