Paleo Fatigue?

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Let Liver Lift your Lethargy

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One of the biggest reasons why people try Paleo in the first place is to get more energy. It’s perfectly understandable to expect that a healthier diet will give you more energy – which is why it’s such a betrayal when sometimes, it doesn’t. If Paleo means spending all day in a haze of exhaustion and brain fog, something’s gotta give!

Food is energy; if you aren’t getting enough of it, you will feel exhausted. Exhaustion is a symptom of starvation.
This could be true even if you think you “eat a lot of food.” A big pile of vegetables is very healthy, but it doesn’t have a lot of calories. You may need to increase your servings of meat and fat. The number one reason why people fall prey to the “not enough calories” is that they’re still afraid of fat.

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Grilled Liver
Liver is famous for its “energizing” effect – you can almost feel the astonishing amount of nutrition rushing straight into your body as you eat it. One ounce of raw liver already has 277% of your RDA of B12, high
in selenium and choline, and amazing amounts of fatigue-fighting vitamins in it. Here’s an awesome recipe you must try!

Ingredients
4 (1 1/2 -inch-thick)
slices calves’ liver
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
4 slices bacon
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
1/2 cup shortening, melted
1 teaspoon garlic powder

Preparation
Sprinkle liver with salt and pepper. Wrap each piece of liver with a slice of bacon; secure with a wooden pick.
Combine butter, shortening, and garlic powder, stirring well.
Place liver on grill 4 to 5 inches from heat.
Grill over medium coals 20 minutes or until tender, turning liver every 5 minutes. Baste frequently with sauce.

 

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