Difference Between Paleo and Low Carb: Paleo Living Video

By on November 16, 2014
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Some rights reserved by Alice Henneman

Many, many people come up to me and ask: what is the difference between Paleo and low carb diets? (Usually they’re holding a cheese stick in their hands, grimacing over a very, very pale complexion.)

And it’s true that the difference between the two diets is not readily clear if you aren’t well-versed in nutrition and dietary needs.

I used to eat low-carb, actually. I did it to lose weight very quickly. It worked, sure. I had success. But I further can’t remember another time in my life when I felt more devoid of nutrients, dizzier, or less able to–you know, do regular human-like things. Like blink or breathe.

Anyways: that’s not to say that low-carb isn’t appropriate for some people. But the difference between Paleo and low carb is an essential one to remark upon, especially if you’re low-carb now and looking to go Paleo.

I pulled up this video to better understand the difference between Paleo and low carb by Paleo Living Magaine. Jeremy is really well-versed in the topic, and he is not so awkward in front of the camera (like, ahem, yours truly). Check it out!

I love getting the conversation going with regards to the difference between paleo and low carb. After all: some of the most nutritious and vibrant elements of the Paleo diet–like fruits–are pulsing with carbohydrates. Without that fiber, that delightful goodness in each bite of juicy fruit, where would I be?

Also, if you want to learn more about why low carb’s purported dairy is a huge NO-NO for Paleo dieters (and people all over the world), check out this link. 

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About Megan White

Megan White is a Paleo diet food fanatic running around the world, searching for the most nutritional tasty treats in every country she can find. Follow her on her journey as she dodges sugar cravings, works to better her mind and body, and picks up some creative Paleo diet recipes along the way.

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