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Main eBook: “Plant Based Paleo – The Plant-Based Paleo Diet Guide”

(3894 words, 20 pages, 8 images)

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A look inside the Plant Based Paleo Premium PLR eBook:

Plant Based Paleo Diet PLR Ebook Inside Look


Table of Contents for the Plant Based Paleo PLR Ebook:

Introduction: What is the Paleo Diet?……………………………………….. 3

Then Isn’t A Plant-Based Paleo Diet Impossible?!…………………………….. 5

What Foods Are Allowed on the Paleo Diet?……………………………… 6

What Foods Are Not Allowed on the Caveman Diet?…………………. 7

But Doesn’t a Plant-Based Diet Mean Eating Some of These Banned Foods?……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8

The Benefits of a Paleo Diet………………………………………………………. 9

Is the Paleo Diet Safe for Everyone?…………………………………………………. 11

Paleo Diet Changes for Lacto-Ovo Vegetarians………………………. 12

The “Protein Problem”………………………………………………………………………… 12

Adapting the Paleo Diet for Vegans and Vegetarians…………….. 14

Option 1: Changing the Rules for Grains and Legumes…………………… 14

Option 2: A Raw Vegan Diet………………………………………………………………… 16

Option 3: Consuming a Mostly Plant-Based Diet……………………………… 16

Are We Really Meant to Eat Meat?…………………………………………… 18

Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………….. 20


Sample Content for the Plant Based Paleo Premium PLR Ebook:

Have you heard about the caveman diet? It is also known as the Paleo diet, because it mimics the foods that humans ate during the Paleolithic era. Contrary to popular belief, the Paleo Diet is not totally plant based. Yes, humans during this prehistory did eat whatever plants, fruits and vegetables were available to them. But they ate a lot of meat as well.

As a matter of fact, they ate whatever they could whenever they had a chance. This period of time saw humans learn to make and use stone tools, and begin to form bands or groups. This was the beginning of societies as we know them today. They gathered plants, hunted and fished, and it was during this very influential age of man that art, religion and spiritual practices first developed.

These humans who lived 15,000 years ago ate only natural foods. This was pre-agriculture and pre-dairy. Obviously, there were no industries and corporations spewing unhealthy pollution into the air and water. There were no McDonald’s or Starbucks stores pumping garbage into Paleolithic man either. He enjoyed a healthy diet of fish, seeds, fruits and meat, and truly “lived off of the land”.

That simple nutrition plan means that only natural foods entered the human body.

Why is that important? Well, scientists have studied the remains of human beings from the Paleolithic time period, and found something very startling.

These humans didn’t suffer from diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol problems, obesity and heart disease.

Those dangerous and deadly conditions began to pop up when humans began eating wheat. Massive droughts in Europe and other areas around the world meant that humans had to eat what was available … and at that time, there was plenty of wheat. Wheat was mixed with water, and this was the origin of today’s bread. Experimentation led to the basis of unhealthy foods and food components we know today, such as trans fats, processed foods, processed sugars and simple carbohydrates.

This drastic shift in the human diet meant that people did not have to hunt and roam for their food anymore. But since they turned away from the fish, meats, seeds, fruit and nuts that made up the Paleolithic diet, this led to many of the diseases we know today.

Protein will be as much as 30% of your daily eating plan, with as much as 45% or 50% of your calories coming from carbohydrates delivered in the form of high fiber fruits and vegetables. As much as 25% to 45% of your calories will come from healthy fats.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Plant Based Paleo Switches Checklists :

(217 words, 1 pages) 

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Plant Based Paleo PLR Editable Ecovers:

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Paleo Meal Planning Worksheet

(76 words, 4 pages) 

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A look inside the Paleo Meal Planning Premium PLR Worksheet

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100 Content Ideas


Paleo Diet Content Ideas

Paleo Diet Content Ideas

Vegetarian Living Content Ideas

Vegetarian Living Content Ideas

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Social Media Posts and Images:


5 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

Plant Based Paleo PLR Social Graphics


11 Social Media Posts with hashtags (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

Plant Based Paleo PLR Tweets


10 Royalty Free Images

Plant Based Paleo Royalty Free Images


Plant Based Paleo Keyword Research Pack

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10 High Quality Plant Based Diet Recipes PLR Articles

Plant Based Diet Recipes PLR Articles Sample:

Arugula and Apple Salad

Arugula is a wonderful vegetable that has a plethora of health benefits. Some people may find the taste a little pungent because of the sulfur that’s present in the plant. However, in this salad, the apple chunks will add a burst of sweetness and fragrance in the mix.


* 2 apples
* 200 grams baby spinach
* 1 bunch arugula
* Pumpkin seeds

Ingredients (dressing):
* 2 tbsp lemon juice
* 4 tbsp apple cider vinegar
* 1 tsp maple syrup
* 1 clove crushed garlic
* 1 pinch salt
* 2 tbsp olive oil or coconut oil


Cut the apples into small cubes after removing core and seeds. Tear up the arugula and spinach leaves into medium sized pieces.
Add the apples, arugula, spinach and pumpkin seeds in a salad bowl.
Add all the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl and whisk the ingredients well. Pour dressing on salad and toss the mix well.
Ready to serve.

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Paleo Diet PLR Newsletter eCourse Sample:

Message # 1 Subject line: Your First Issue of Living the Paleo Way

Hello “autoresponder code here”,

Welcome to the first Living the Paleo Way.

In each issue of Living the Paleo Way, you will learn valuable information that will help you understand the benefits of switching to the Paleo diet plan. You will have access to valuable information and tips that will help you create a healthy eating plan that you’ll enjoy.

In this first issue, we are going to go over what the paleo diet is and how it can benefit you. This popular diet is often referred to as the ‘caveman’ diet because it’s founded on the type of diet our ancestors consumed during the Paleolithic era.

While the modern day version isn’t an exact replication of their diet the basic concept is the same. It consists of healthy, wholesome food that isn’t full of additives, preservatives and other harmful ingredients often found in the average diet.

The paleo diet has seen an outpouring of popularity with thousands of people praising its benefits. With bestselling books like the Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf popping up on bookshelves everywhere there is little denying that the paleo solution works and when followed correctly can be a very healthy way of life.

The diet itself is fairly simple. There is a list of foods that you can and can’t eat. However, the simplicity ends when you have to adhere to the foods that you can eat and eliminate the ones you can’t. The process of switching to a paleo lifestyle can take some time so remember to be patient and persistent.

Most of us grew up on cereal, bread, milk, chocolate, burgers, fries and ice creams. Foods that we have grown to love. In fact, we love these foods so much that obesity has reached epidemic proportions.

While most normal diets give you a list of foods that aren’t good for you, the paleo diet goes one-step further by focusing on ingredients. For example, a normal diet may state that you shouldn’t eat doughnuts. The paleo diet says eliminate processed sugar which eliminates a huge chunk of foods that you may not even think have sugar like bread and other everyday staples.

It also recommends eating only grass fed meats, fish, poultry, fruit, non-starchy vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, lettuce, spinach, and eggs. The good news is fats like vegetable, olive, coconut, and macadamia oil are allowed, which makes cooking easier

If you are planning to make the switch to the paleo diet, it is a good idea to invest in a cookbook that will help you learn how to transform the foods on your list into tasty dishes.

Just because the diet is restrictive doesn’t mean that it has to be boring. At first, you may have cravings for your favorite forbidden foods. However once you have gotten used to the diet, your cravings will naturally decrease and even the smell of junk food may make your stomach turn. In fact, you may find that your food is tastier than ever before after you have eliminated all of the processed ingredients from your diet.

The priceless benefits of switching the paleo diet are worth all the beginning sacrifices. You will be leaner, healthier and feel much better. Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be going over some more benefits of embracing the paleo diet.

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Vegan Living PLR Report – Vegan Living – A Healthy Beginning

Vegan Living: A Healthy Beginning

What Is Vegan Living?

There are many different approaches to eating. Some people eat anything and everything. Others don’t eat meat or they eat meat once a week. Others avoid meat and animal products all together. They embrace a vegan lifestyle.

A vegan is someone who does not eat any animal products. That means they don’t eat meat. They also don’t eat eggs or dairy. No butter, no cheese, and no milk. Most vegans also don’t eat honey. Many vegans avoid meat for a number of reasons including but not limited to:

* Health concerns – there are statistics connecting animal products to disease.

* Moral beliefs – many vegans have beliefs connected to not using animals for human gain. That means that they also don’t wear leather or use any products tested on animals.

* Environmental concerns – farming animals and animal products is believed by many to be detrimental to the environment.

We’ll look at these reasons more closely in a bit. First, let’s take a closer look at some statistics about being vegan and what the lifestyle involves.

Veganism is growing in popularity. There are now one million vegans in America. It’s increased, along with vegetarianism, quite significantly over the past few years. Almost 70 percent of vegans are women. Almost half of people who are vegans started their new lifestyle because they saw a movie or read a book about the benefits of veganism or the downside of eating meat.

And many vegans gradually transitioned to the lifestyle. For example, many people become vegan by default. Their spouse or partner is vegan and they eventually become vegan themselves. Some experience a health scare, like a heart attack, and decide that being vegan is the path to better health and a longer life.

So, what does it mean to be vegan?

Vegans live a normal lifestyle. People often imagine that the vegan diet is quite restrictive. It’s not. It can take a little while to become accustomed to being a vegan; however, it’s not difficult. And many people live energetic, happy, and healthy lives as vegans. In fact you may know of some of these vegans:

* Ellen DeGeneres
* Alec Baldwin
* Usher
* Rosie O’Donnell
* Bill Clinton
* Beyoncé
* Alicia Silverstone

And many more. As mentioned, the vegan lifestyle is gaining in popularity. In fact, you may be like many who are considering a vegan diet to improve your health. Let’s look at the health benefits next.

Why Eat Vegan? What Are the Benefits to Your Health?

The vegan diet is known for improving the health and wellbeing of those who are on it. But what exactly are the health benefits? Why is it better to eat vegetables and exclude meat and animal products? Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why a vegan lifestyle is healthier.

Reduced Saturated Fats

Dairy products and meats contain a large amount of saturated fats. Saturated fat has been connected to increased risk of cardiovascular disease, including heart attack and stroke.

Increased Fiber

A diet high in fiber from vegetables, fruits, and whole grains leads to a healthier digestive system and helps prevent colon cancer.

Increased Antioxidants

Antioxidants are nutrients found in fruits and vegetables. They protect your body against the damage of free radicals and many researchers also believe that antioxidants help protect your body against forming some types of cancer.

More Powerful Phytochemicals

Plant-based foods provide phytochemicals. These are elements in plants that can prevent cancer. They boost protective enzymes in your body and work with antioxidants to fight disease and the damage of free radicals.

Fight Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes

A vegan diet can help you control your blood sugar levels and insulin resistance. In fact, a vegan diet can reverse Type 2 diabetes in many cases. Additionally, it’s a super-easy way to lose weight and maintain that weight loss.

Live Longer and Feel Better

Several studies have shown that people who follow a vegan diet live an average of three to six years longer. They have more energy and mental clarity too. And many vegan dieters believe they’ve never looked better. Hair and skin become healthier than ever before.

As you can see, there are numerous health benefits to a vegan diet. However, that’s not the only reason that people choose to go vegan. There are also a number of environmental issues to consider. Let’s look at the benefits of going vegan and its impact on the environment.


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10-Day Vegan Diet PLR Email Course

Vegan Diet PLR Email Course Sample:

Subject: Vegan? Make sure you’re getting enough iron in your diet

Dear NAME,

Are you getting enough iron? Many people don’t get enough iron in their diet. It’s an important element because it carries oxygen throughout your body. It’s required for digestion and many functions on a cellular level. Without enough iron you will feel fatigued and can get sick. Women and children are particularly susceptible to iron deficiency and supplementation is often recommended to prevent anemia.

A vegan diet isn’t traditionally rich in iron. Red meat and shellfish are both easy sources of iron. However, there are many vegan options. The following are the vegan choices that are richest in iron:


Squash and pumpkin seeds are among the highest in iron. One ounce contains 4mg of iron or 23 percent of your recommended daily value. An ounce of sesame seeds also contains 23 percent of your daily value, sunflower seeds have 11 percent and flax seeds have 9 percent of your daily value. As you can see, a handful of seeds can help you get the daily iron you need. But they’re not the only food that is high in iron.


Nuts including cashews, pine nuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, and almonds all have a good amount of iron. An ounce of cashews has 1.7 mg or 9 percent of your daily value. An ounce of pine nuts also contain 9 percent of your daily value, Hazelnuts, peanuts, almonds, and pistachios all have 7 percent, and Macadamia nuts have 6 percent of your recommended daily value.


White beans and lentils have a good amount of iron in them. A cup of cooked beans has 6.6mg and 37 percent of your daily value. Other beans that are high in iron include soybeans, kidney beans, chickpeas, lima and navy beans, black beans, pinto beans and black eyed peas. For many vegans, a diet of beans and rice is a staple because it also provides a complete protein.

Whole Grains

Whole grains also have iron, and quinoa is the highest with 15 percent of your daily value in a cup. Oats, barley and rice also contain a good amount of iron and fortified grains and cereals may contain more.

Finally, let’s not forget dark leafy greens like spinach and chard which have 36 percent of your daily value in a cup. There are more items like chocolate and soy that have iron. The goal is to make sure that you get enough. If not, your doctor may recommend supplementation.

Next time we’ll explore options to get more protein in a vegan diet.


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