Diet, Health


The closer to its natural state the food on your plate is, the better your health will be. “The Paleo Diet” has become increasingly popular in recent years.

Here is a simple chart to help you avoid some of the pitfalls along the way when trying to follow the Paleo Diet. (For most of is, it means avoiding processed food and starchy carbohydrates!)

Paleo Diet food chart

I am a firm believer in the importance of diet and nutrition as a foundation for health.

I subscribe to The Metabolic Typing Diet which I wrote about in an earlier blog post. This aims to assess the optimal balance for an individual between carbohydrates, proteins and fats. As I veer towards the “Protein” type, I find that many of the Paleo Diet prescriptions work well for me.

The important point to note is that each of us is different because of our individual heritage and genetics and our environment.

If you are interested in finding out more about what works best for you, contact me for a full dietary and health assessment.

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Ross Eathorne is one of Asia’s leading fitness and wellbeing coaches and is renowned for his holistic approach to wellness. Ross coaches private clients, groups, champions as well as trainers in his L.I.F.E programme, he is the author of three books with another book on the way, is a keynote speaker, a gym owner, and a champion himself.


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