The whole point of the product is to show you how to easily make simple but tasty lunches that you can pack in a lunchbox and take with you to work.
(PRWEB) August 30, 2012
For most working folks, going to the cafeteria, a local restaurant, or a fast food restaurant is sufficient to meet their dietary needs, but when you are someone who is avoiding dairy products, processed foods, sugar, and grains, it doesn’t leave you with a lot of choices. In fact, it is virtually impossible to go to a fast food restaurant and find anything that meets one's needs. Even their sliced apples have preservatives in them. But, with the Paleo Power Lunch recipes, readers will always have the proper foods available, whatever the location.
"The whole point of this product is to show you how to easily make simple but tasty lunches that you can pack in a lunchbox and take with you to work" says Angi Taylor of HeresToLife.net, adding "These recipes are all designed to help you stick to your Paleo diet while also giving you the energy that you will need to get through the day".
Continues Angi, "Most people think that you can’t have a fulfilling meal by avoiding grains, legumes, dairy, sugar, and processed ingredients, but what you will find out from the Paleo Power Lunch is that you are going to be eating a much tastier and certainly healthier meal than any of your workmates".
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