Dr Oz: Paleo Diet Review & What Foods Can You Eat On the Paleo Diet?


Dr Oz: Paleo vs Atkins Diet

Dr. Oz is ready to explain the Paleo Diet craze so you can decide if it is right for you! Learn which foods to eat and which ones to avoid as well the many health benefits that come from eating this high-protein diet.

Dr Oz: The Paleo Diet Review

Dr Oz: Paleo Diet Review & What Foods Can You Eat On the Paleo Diet?

Dr Oz talked to Dr. Loren Cordain and Nell Stephenson about what foods to eat and which ones to avoid on the Paleo Diet.


  1. says

    due to a health issue I have been laid up for over a year. The Dr Oz show is one way I keep my sanity. Also, I had worked in a store where health food products were sold so I watched your show for several post Opra. It seems to me that there have been many, many diets that all may or may not work. Super foods that will improve health, etc. The problem is the lack of any real follow up or any controlled syudies. (not research, but we put XX ladies on this and XX using this or that and compared. The Paleo diet is like that.
    There are some good points, as in all diets, but no follow up. So my point is why not have 20 people do each diet. Say 5 diets and 100 people for 6 months and see which diet does best. Pick a goal: reduce diabetes,or other ways to measure the effectiveness. Have the subjests get a blood panel before and after and see which did best. .

  2. Kim says

    I have been following the Paleo lifestyle for almost two months now and I have lost 17 lbs and feel great. My biggest weaknesses were always chocolate and chips and before I started I thought it would be extremely hard to follow but surprisingly it wasn’t! I can have dark chocolate as a treat (or use cacao in a paleo brownie) and all of my cravings for chips and sweets have gone away. My sister’s husband started me thinking about it – he lost 80 lbs in the last year. I can honestly say i have never eaten better and have never cooked such good food. Also, my stepfather went on it and has not needed to take his diabetes medication since he started.

  3. says

    “Paleo Diet is definitely not the Atkins Diet because you do not walk around all day eating meat and chunks of cheese. Instead, she says you are getting a great balance of foods that includes local produce in every meal.”

    Once again, someone with a failure to KNOW the workings of the Atkins diet spouts the common misconception. Atkins is NOT all meat/all cheese all day. There are plenty of fruits and vegetables in the lists of recommended foods. It is only during the Induction phase, 2 weeks, that SWEET tasting fruits are limited or eliminated. That does help jump start the weight loss, but it also helps eliminate the cravings for sweets. In induction you are allowed the following fruits – tomato, olives, avocado. That is just off the top of my head, so the list may actually be longer. You are also allowed many green vegetables – asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, lettuces, green beans. Of course, if the only “expert” you listen to is Oz or his annointed ones, you won’t know this.

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