Listen to your ancestors — advice on eating

You can eat yourself healthier and thinner with the help of your ancestors according to new research by the University of California which supports previous findings that eating like our caveman ancestors helps to lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol and improve blood sugar levels.

For thousands of years our ancestors lived on a high protein, low carbohydrate diets that consisted of foods that could be speared or picked including lean meat, berries, leafy vegetables and nuts. A caveman diet is also the most effective and efficient way to lose weight and sustain weight loss.

Hannah Sutter, the founder of Go Lower has devised a natural inch loss programme, based on the principles of a caveman diet, which combines one to one support with home delivered meals made with real food and natural ingredients. The result is a sustainable, fast and effective diet that puts the body into the natural state of ketosis.

Hannah Sutter, founder of Go Lower says; “A ketogenic diet will help your body burn fat, feel full and motivate your metabolism. What is more, following a diet that is rich in fibre and foods with a low glycemic index, dieters can also mange their insulin levels.”

Insulin is the hormone necessary to turn excess glucose in our bloodstream into fat. As we age, our bodies become less sensitive to its effects and lead us to produce more insulin, which converts more glucose to fat. Over production of insulin can lead to insulin resistance which is the first step to the onset of type 2 diabetes.

Hannah continues: “Eating like a caveman is the diet that nature intended us to eat and that man evolved on. It’s naturally high in protein, which keeps you feeling full and less likely to reach for high sugar, high starch foods.’

A ketogenic diet is recognised as the most scientifically credible approach to achieve dramatic inch loss and improve overall health and wellbeing. Go Lower is supported by leading experts in obesity and weight management including Dr David Hasslam and Professor John Iain Broom.

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