Side Effects- Health Learning SerieseBook - 2014
"Should you be on a Paleo Diet? Find out what the research shows. Table of Contents Paleo Diet - An IntroductionSECTION I - The trouble beginsChapter # 1: Warning shotsChapter # 2: Behind the scenesChapter # 3: How to ease these side effectsSECTION II - Side effects that play alongChapter # 1: Weakness and Memory LossChapter # 2: The threat of HypothyroidismChapter # 3: Vitamin B-Complex DeficiencyChapter # 4: Calcium DeficiencyChapter # 5: Sodium DeficiencyChapter # 6: Bad BreathSECTION III - Effects on people with Medical conditionsChapter # 1: Effects on Type II diabeticsChapter # 2: Effects on Cardiovascular healthConclusionReferencesThe Trouble BeginsChapter # 1: Warning ShotsAs obvious, the Paleo diet cuts off a lot of carbohydrates and dairy products from one's diet. When you start up with the Paleo diet, the first few weeks might be particularly hard on you. Many Paleo gurus brush this off by stating this as an adaption phase for your body, from a high-carb diet to a low one. Many people fall for this trap and continue with the diet plan but the reality is somewhat different; you will find out soon enough. The following are a list of side affects you may experience when starting out with the Paleo regimen:*Headache*Fatigue*Nausea*Lack of energy*Lack of concentration*Weakness*Light-headedness*Dizziness*Irritability*Constipation and/or diarrhea*Body aches*Cold sweatsYou might start experiencing them within the first 12 hours of dieting. These side effects may resolve within a few days or may last for up to 2 - 4 weeks in some extreme cases.Read about the pros and cons of the paleo diet that is so popular today."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : John Davidson, 2014.
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