NeanderThin: Eat Like a Caveman to Achieve a Lean, Strong, Healthy Body

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Macmillan, Dec 15, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
Discover the diet that's been worth for thousands of years!

In a revolutionary approach to weight loss and improved health, author Ray Audette presents his groundbreaking "caveman" diet--an eating program that stems from the notion that what we ate before agriculture and technology evolved is still what our bodies need to function effectively, stave off disease, and stay lean and healthy.

Read NeaderThin and you'll discover:

How to become a modern-day Hunter-Gatherer and give up the addictive foods and habits that have kept you unhealthy and overweight
How a high-calorie, high-fat diet can actually make you leaner
Tips for getting started on the NeanderThin Diet, sticking with it, keeping a food diary, and more
Becoming Neander-Fit, a five-week exercise plan to complement your new diet
Dozens of delicious, easy-to-prepare NeanderThin recipes, including Chili, Cold Shrimp-Stuff Avocados, Lemon Thyme Pesto Chicken, and Coconut Ice Cream

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This looks just like a pre-contest diet to me. I question the basic premise that we should eat like cave men because we basically are cave men. I kept thinking of the ‘Clan of the Cave Bear’ books ... Read full review

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A History of Dieting
How a Stone Age Diet Saved My Life
How Our Place in the Food Chain Determines Our Diet
How We Lived and Ate Before Agriculture
The Agricultural Revolution
Why Agricultural Foods Are Bad for You
Becoming a Modern HunterGatherer
Before Getting Started on NeanderThin
A FiveWeek Program
What to Expect from Following NeanderThin
Recipes Menu Suggestions and a Food Diary
Frequently Asked Questions
A Prehistoric Timeline
About the Authors 334

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About the author (2000)

Ray Audette is the official nutritionist for the Ted Nugent Show. When not hunting or gathering, he lectures, consults, and writes about Paleolithic nutrition. He lives in Dallas, Texas.

Troy Gilchrist is Ray Audette's assistant and the coauthor of this book. He is a massage therapist and personal fitness enthusiast.

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