20 kg, digestive problems past, and acne and pimples no longer exist.

Whenever you go there and test a new form of nutrition, you ask yourself whether it is healthy.

In the Internet there are naturally always numerous pieces of advice, and recommendations, as well as empiric reports of persons, who were successful with certain parliamentary allowance or nourishing forms.

With me this nourishing conversion was a full success and I will gladly report, how my experiences are and were.

What Stone Age diet before and after have I achieved results?

Stone Age Diet Before After

Over a period of about 18 months I was able to reduce my weight by an incredible 50 pounds!

  • That was almost 25 kilos!!!
  • I’m down from trouser size 37/38 to 30/32!
  • Unfortunately I had to exchange my trousers three times (!!!) and also change my shirts and T-shirts twice.

You can imagine that this was very expensive…

I am now writing the third winter since I started this new form of nutrition and I can effortlessly keep my weight at 65-66kg.

All this without giving up, without starving.

And when I look back, the only thing I have to avoid is unnecessary carbohydrates, or bad, disease-causing cereal products.
How has my digestive system improved?

I have to say that with the previous Western traditional diet, which consisted of a lot of cereal products, my digestive system was not very good.

I very often had spontaneous diarrhea, which I mistakenly attributed to food, such as too much fat or tomatoes.

But that was not the case!

Looking back, I have to say that I fed on too many cereal products, pasta, pizza, pasta, bread, and they affect my digestive system.

It has been scientifically proven several times that wheat and gluten have a detrimental effect on my digestive system.

Not for nothing there are so many gluten intolerances in the world!

Since all this unnecessary garbage is out of my body, and also no longer comes in, my diarrhea is practically no longer existent!

I really can’t remember the last time I had problems with my digestion!

What other effects, besides weight, besides digestion did I notice?

I also noticed that I have much fewer pimples on my face since I started the Stone Age diet.

This may sound strange, but when I compare photos from the past, I not only looked overweight, but also had a lot more pimples and acne on my face.

I think this was also due to the very starchy diet with too much grain.

Summary – my Stone Age diet experience

I’d like to summarize briefly:

  • Gentle on weight, longer-term, lastingly reduced by almost 25 kg!
  • No more gastrointestinal problems.
  • Digestive system back to normal.
  • No more diarrhoea, no more spontaneous diarrhoea!
  • Acne almost disappeared.
  • Combined with more vital energy throughout the day, because I no longer fill myself with unnecessary carbohydrates at noon.

In the past, my lunch often consisted of noodles, which naturally raise the insulin level so that you feel very tired for a long time after the big meal.

Today, I eat easier, healthier. I don’t have an afternoon low anymore, and I have energy all day long.

That is why I can recommend this healthy and successful diet to everyone.

Stone Age Diet Recipes

Stone Age diet recipes are quick and easy to prepare, now there are examples of breakfast, dinner, lunch.

You only need a few essential ingredients to prepare delicious, healthy and fresh food.

What does a simple Stone Age diet like breakfast look like?
What I like to use are the following ingredients:

  • Fresh eggs.
  • Fresh vegetables.
  • Fresh fruit.
  • Avocado
  • Natural fats: For example, I like to go there and fry 2-3 fresh eggs in the morning in a pan fried in butter.

I prepare some vegetables, such as cucumbers, tomatoes, and pour some olive oil over these vegetables.

It usually makes sense to garnish this food with herbs like parsley or basil.

These herbs are very healthy and excellent for the body!

In order to be complete and healthy and to be nourished with lots of minerals and vitamins, we recommend some fruit at the end.

In winter, I particularly like bananas and apples.

Depending on the season, you should also switch to apples, strawberries, pears or watermelons.

Depending on what is suitable.

What does a Stone Age diet for lunch look like?

It is important to remember that I usually only eat two main meals.

I eat a lot in the morning, very little during the day, or maybe a piece of fruit.

And then, of course, a lot for dinner.

But if someone also wants a recipe, here is an example:

For example, you can fry fat-free meat in butter.
For this we recommend very lean chicken meat, turkey or lean beef.

Season with a little but sparing salt and pepper.

For vegetables we recommend white cabbage, cauliflower or other delicious vegetables. These can be stewed or cooked in the same pan when the meat is almost ready.

And no, there are no noodles, no bread, and no pasta.

Since you generally eat a reduced carbohydrate diet, you do not need any other carbohydrates.

With butter for frying one should not save, this is a very good flavour carrier, and has a very good satiating effect.

As dessert, a piece of fruit, an apple or, depending on the season, corresponding fruit from the regional cultivation is recommended.

What can a Stone Age diet dinner look like?

Even a dinner can be prepared very quickly.

But I have to say, since lunch is usually cancelled, I postpone it until the evening hours.

But if, for example, you have already prepared and enjoyed an extensive lunch, it would be advisable to use the remaining piece of meat for dinner.

Here you can also eat some dried fruit, like dried berries, a few nuts, or very dark chocolate with a very high cocoa content in it.

As you can see, recipes don’t have to be complicated.

And can consist of very simple ingredients.

Conclusion

As you can see, the Stone Age diet may be a new-fangled invention, but it is based on eating principles that have been valid for thousands of years…

Healthy proteins, healthy fats, lots of vegetables and fresh fruit. Healthy eating can’t be that hard, can it?