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Jõmm

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Paleo diiet
« on: January 25, 2018, 11:46:08 »

Tere!

Küsimus, kas kellegil on kogemust pikkema ajaliselt?
Olen ca nädala proovinud ja on väga hästi toiminud.
Arvasin, et annab trennis kõvasti tunda kuid need on ka sujunud väga hästi.
ca 2 kg kadunud. Erilist nälga pole ka tudnud.


Tänan!
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Kiilakas1991

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Re: Paleo diiet
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2018, 12:39:50 »

Oleneb kõik inimesest. Mõnele sobib kui süsivesikuid ei tarbi, teisel aga sõidab katus ära. Mida liikuvam on eluviis seda rohkem võiks liitsüsivesikuid tarbida :)
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mp

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Re: Paleo diiet
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2018, 15:07:00 »


Paleo ei ole üldiselt süsivesikuteta dieet. Mitte segamini ajada LCHF-ga. Kus on ka teatud kogus neidki.
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Re: Paleo diiet
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2018, 15:12:03 »

Tere!

Küsimus, kas kellegil on kogemust pikkema ajaliselt?
Olen ca nädala proovinud ja on väga hästi toiminud.
Arvasin, et annab trennis kõvasti tunda kuid need on ka sujunud väga hästi.
ca 2 kg kadunud. Erilist nälga pole ka tudnud.


Tänan!

-2kg   Ehk liigne vesi v2lljas ja j2mesool tyhi ,  saavutatav  ka ilma paleota .   
https://www.muscleandfitness.com/nutrition/meal-plans/no-nonsense-paleo-diet-meal-plan
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Kiilakas1991

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Re: Paleo diiet
« Reply #4 on: January 25, 2018, 15:15:50 »

Paleo ei ole üldiselt süsivesikuteta dieet. Mitte segamini ajada LCHF-ga. Kus on ka teatud kogus neidki.
Süsivesikuvaene  ju
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Re: Paleo diiet
« Reply #5 on: January 25, 2018, 17:49:50 »



"The evolutionary rationale for a Paleolithic diet and potential benefits were explained. In the Jönsson study, the Paleolithic diet was lower in cereals, dairy products, potatoes, beans, and bakery foods but

higher in fruits, vegetables, meat, and eggs ... "




Eks neid suundi on erinevaid, aga üldiselt puu- ja aedviljad on kõik "paleo".


Ega selles viisis ka midagi halba ei ole - peale selle, et end piirad kohati mõttetult. Kui see kellelegi sobib, andku minna. Aga ei saa väita, et see oleks ainuõige või parim viis.

Mida rohkem "naturaalselt" suudad hakkama saada, seda parem - keegi ei vaidle vastu.

On ka omajagu uuringuid, mis näitavad, et sellise toitumisega võib kaasneda tervisemarkerite paranemine ..

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2787021/ ..

aga "In the Jönsson and colleagues study, the diets of subjects during their period of consuming a Paleolithic diet (compared to a diabetic diet) contained fewer calories and a lower glycemic index in spite of a lower fiber content. The investigators postulated that a Paleolithic diet (compared to a diabetes diet) is more satiating and facilitates a reduced caloric intake."

https://www.racgp.org.au/afp/2016/januaryfebruary/cutting-through-the-paleo-hype-the-evidence-for-the-palaeolithic-diet/

Looking at the studies as a whole, the Palaeolithic diet was often associated with increased satiety, independent of caloric or macronutrient composition, along with improvements in body weight, waist circumference, blood pressure and lipid profiles. However, the studies were short, heterogeneous in design and underpowered. The strongest of the studies was by Mellburg et al, who showed no long-term differences between participants on the Palaeolithic diet and those on the control at 24 months.20

In the studies that measured inflammatory markers, there was no significant difference as a result of consuming the Palaeolithic diet. Adherence and palatability were common issues raised about the Palaeolithic diet. Some studies reported improvements in plasma glucose or other markers of glycaemic control,10,14,16 though some did not,20,21 including the study of Bligh et al, which was a high-quality, laboratory-controlled study. It showed no significant difference in glucose and insulin levels for the Palaeolithic diet, compared with their reference meal.21

Other factors should be considered when thinking of the Palaeolithic diet in the broader patient context. Modelling of the cost of the Palaeolithic diet suggests that it is approximately 10% more expensive than an essential diet of similar nutritional value, which may limit the Palaeolithic diet’s usefulness for those on a low income.22 Calcium deficiency also remains a significant issue with the Palaeolithic diet; the study by Osterdahl et al in 2008 showed that the calcium intake of the Paleo diet was about 50% of the recommended dietary intake.15

http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/104/3/844.full  Paleo diet still lacks evidence

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