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Three diets one dinner
As a blogger and member of the Austin Food Blogger Alliance, I get to do a LOT of really cool stuff in and around Austin. Once a month, I plan a happy hour for our 170 members, and once a quarter, I plan another large, more formal social event. This quarter was my first "food tour," where we set out to visit a neighboring city's culinary scene. After my experience auditioning for the Next Food Network Star, I knew we would be going to San Antonio! The tour's epicenter was in the historic Pearl Brewery District. There are so many wonderful restaurants and shops opening there, and it is also home to the Culinary Institute of America!
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The Paleo diet is a dietary approach based on the idea that humans are genetically adapted to eat the same types of foods that our hunter-gatherer ancestors consumed during the Paleolithic era, before the advent of agriculture. Proponents of the Paleo diet believe that this way of eating can help to reduce inflammation, improve gut health, and support weight loss.
The Paleo diet emphasizes whole, unprocessed foods such as meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds, while avoiding grains, legumes, dairy, and processed foods. The diet also encourages the consumption of healthy fats, such as those found in avocados, nuts, and coconut oil. Proponents of the Paleo diet believe that this way of eating can help to reduce inflammation, improve gut health, and support weight loss.
The Paleo diet is typically high in protein and low in carbohydrates, which can lead to weight loss and improved blood sugar control. Some studies have also suggested that the Paleo diet may help to reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
However, critics of the Paleo diet argue that it is overly restrictive and not supported by scientific evidence. They point out that our ancestors likely had a much more varied diet than what is typically included in the Paleo diet, and that modern-day humans may have different nutritional needs than our ancestors did.