I just celebrated my one year anniversary on the Paleo Diet. What a great experience it’s been. I’m really proud of this milestone for a number of reasons. First, it represents my commitment level. Second, it means I care about my health and fitness. And third, I dedicated enough time and energy that I am confident in sharing my experiences with all of you. I have gathered enough information from my journey that I can offer both practical and theoretical advice to those exploring the paleo diet. I truly believe that one can greatly improve their lifestyle by adopting some or all of the paleo diet guidelines. In other words, even if you commit to making some changes to your diet, you’ll see a difference.
Why am I calling this blog, Paleo Breakfast? It seems no matter who I tell about the diet, and I tell a lot of people, one of the first questions I get is, “So, what did you eat for breakfast”? I believe they ask this questions because it gives an immediate comparison to their favorite breakfast foods, or even what they may have eaten just a few hours earlier. Breakfast foods are easy to identify for everyone. And, it works both ways. Whenever I answer the question, I always return the favor and ask the same question back. It’s always polar opposite of a paleo menu and laden with grains, sugar and dairy.
My goal here is simple. Share what I eat for breakfast. It will inevitably shed light on facts about the paleo diet as well as stimulate thoughts and ideas about how to make changes to your own diet. Thank you for reading and sharing.