The Paleo Diet Simplified (Free Kindle Download)

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UPDATE: This download is now only FREE for Prime members. ๐Ÿ™

Hop on over to where you can download The Paleo Diet Simplified: A Concise, Easy to Read and Simplistic Guide on the Original Paleolithic Caveman Diet for FREE for your Kindle. If you don’t have a Kindle, keep in mind that you can still read books on your computer or other mobile devices with the FREE Kindle Reading Apps found here.

On a side note, there is one little thing bothering me. On the cover of the book (pictured above), it states at the top “Loose Weight, Get Fit, Get Healthy”. Ya… I really wish I could just take out an o. I mean it’s the cover of the book, right? ๐Ÿ™‚

In this book, you will Discover:

–> What the Paleo Diet really is
–> Brief History of the Paleo Diet
–> How the Paleo Diet can help you
–> Unique Benefits of the Paleo Diet
–> What people ate back in the Paleolithic Era
–> The Shocking Modern Day Evidence
–> How to make the necessary changes
–> Exactly What to Eat and What Not to Eat
–> Simple Paleo Diet Suggestions
–> Paleo Exercises that work (Without going to the Gym)

(Thanks, What’s in my Bookbag!)

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Comments 34

  1. Lori McK

    Ha love that typo! You are right. How in the heck did that make it all the way to the cover?!

  2. Casey

    Ha! I got banned from a blog for telling the author that she had mixed up your and you’re ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jessica

      ha, that’s funny!

    • Lori

      LOVE IT!!! That mix up is one of my BIG pet peeves, lol! ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Chrissymarie

      Intelligence: The difference between knowing your crap, and knowing you’re crap!

      • Natalie

        That’s hilarious, Chrissymarie!

      • Lori

        I am SO stealing that, Chrissymarie! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Nancy-The Frugal Dietitian

    Good reason not to buy this book – poor diet!! That is my pet peeve – people who mix up “loose” and “lose” ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Deedee

      I am wondering about the diet too. Maybe you could shed some light on it if you’re a dietitian. I just don’t understand eliminating whole grains. I mean they’re from plants, they’re heart healthy, good source of fiber, and I just don’t get it.

      • chrissymarie

        It’s not a diet it is a lifestyle. It brings you back to your roots. Grains are carbohydrates, whether whole or not. And they are processed, could you eat wheat right out of the field without doing something to it first. You can still get fiber from veggies and fruits. I think you should go to its a little eye opening.

        • Deedee

          I understand that it is not a diet to lose weight, but I mean the diet in general.

          You can eat wheat kernels out of the field, but just as I would not eat butternut squash without peeling and cooking it, I would not eat wheat with out cooking it (wheat berries) or grinding it for whole wheat flour.

          So, I still do not understand eliminating whole grains. They have many benefits for your heart and oats can help reduce cholesterol. I do understand reducing the amount you intake, I mean everything in moderation for sure.

          I just have a hard time believing plain oatmeal is bad for you.

          • VeeJay

            Deedee, I’ve been thinking the same thing. Whole grains are plants. Plants are good. Meat is also good. We cook our meat before we eat it, shouldn’t it be ok to grind our wheat, or cut our oats, cook them, and eat them? Does that count as “processing” them any more than cooking our meat is processing it? I’m not trying to argue against Paleo, I really just don’t understand the logic I guess.

            • Deedee

              Exactly! I’m not trying to be unsupportive, I just don’t understand.

          • Leea

            The problem with whole grains now is that wheat is processed just like alot of other food. When was the last time any of us saw huge wavy stalks of wheat? A loooooong time. It’s because it’s processed and modified to be shorter and thicker…meaning it’s not at all in it’s natural form. Start reading on some paleo or primal sites and you’ll be amazed. Plus you can get all the fiber you need from veggies.

  4. Roberta

    Thanks! Just downloaded on my PC…can’t wait to read all about Paleo…I’m intrigued!

  5. erin

    Ugh – I am an English teacher and that’s my top pet peeve. I always LOOSE rhymes with GOOSE!


  6. Jennie Fincher

    Do you have Paleo recipes for those that have a sweet tooth? That is my biggest problem…I love sweets!

    • Deedee

      She recently posted a chocolate cake recipe. Go to “Click to view all categories” on the right hand side of the page and then “Cooking with Collin” scroll down til you find it. HTH

  7. Melia

    I don’t think I can get past the “loose weight”. That is terrible.

  8. Darcie

    Hey everyone, has anyone used thee Paleo diet to help with ADHD/ADD? Thanks!

    • Darcie

      I meant the, sorrry my 18 month old helped type ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Mel

      I haven’t personally but know lots of stories of people that have. Check out – they did and had great success with it.

      I think to each their own and what works for your body. I’ve never felt better since eliminating grains. I get that they are plants but do you actually know the process that they go through to put into products – I don’t think their is much nutritional value left because they are so processed.

      • Darcie

        Thanks for the link Mel!

  9. Dawn

    My Canadian and South African friends use “loose” all the time. I just figured it was like when they add an extra “u” or “e” to something.

    • WiserPerCent

      And technically, it should be “Simple” not “Simplistic” on the cover. I’m afraid to read it–I’ve worked as a writer and editor and I have trouble finding the message through typos sometimes. I wish I could turn that part of my brain off!

      • Kelly

        Should it be “guide to,” not “guide on,” as well?

  10. Carol_R

    Having a spelling error on the cover of a book is pretty bad in my honest opinion.

  11. bullet

    Hey if the weight is already loose, it shouldn’t take much effort to knock it the rest of the way off! Maybe that’s the secret to this diet!

  12. Renee

    Funny! Spell check doesn’t pick up correct grammar, does it? I guess the loose weight is what we want to lose anyway. Cellulite.

  13. terri

    Loose vs lose is my biggest pet peeve…it’s gotten out of control. I think it’s the worst mistake people make, and it’s not accidental like some, I think people really think that’s how you spell it….UGH

  14. Lori

    Haha. I DID lose about a hundred pounds in the last couple of years and one of MY pet peeves IS the, “loose” weight! Lol. I often say if I’d known what kind of empty sack I’d be left with, I may not have chosen to lose the weight.
    I’m kidding, of course, but it is a definite down side to major weight loss.

  15. Kelly

    It’s back up to 2.99 for me

  16. MalloryF

    I can see the spelling error, I mean it is about returning to caveman lifestyle, bet they didn’t spell too good either!!! LOL

  17. Marc La Barre

    I see it is $2.99 – has the free offer already expired or is there something I must do to get it for free?

    Thank you!

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