Ok guys, in case you’re not on my mailing list where I announced my book as soon as I launched it, I’m filling you in now!
Eeek! It’s like the first child I guess. Sorta terrifying and sorta can’t-sleep exciting!
So, what is the Paleo Survival Guide all about anyway?
I created this paleo diet guide for people that don’t have the time to spend hours scouring the web for answers to their questions on how to get started with paleo, how to survive birthday parties where junk food is abundant, what to do when you’re sick… what about sleep and exercise… All the questions you all have been asking on my Facebook page and here on my blog.
I wanted to server it to you on a platter. A pretty platter. 🙂
You see, I’ve been there, in your shoes…
You may have read about my story about transitioning to paleo here
It was clear I had to go paleo but I didn’t know WHERE TO START!
When I first got started paleo I had no idea how to get my kids to eat paleo.
I was tired and couldn’t fathom spending two hours in the kitchen cooking paleo food each night or thousands of dollars on food each month.
I’ve spent the last 18 months researching and tweaking and creating an easy-to-follow paleo guide that will help save you months of frustration so you can can simply succeed!
What You’ll Learn in the Paleo Survival Guide…
- What paleo is and what types of foods to purchase and where
- How to transition your family to paleo (spouses, kids and teens)
- How to fit paleo into your schedule and budget
- Paleo survival skills for each curveball life throws your way (travel, sickness, hospital, and parties)
- Beyond paleo food: How to manage stress, sleep soundly and exercise basics
- You’ll also have over 45 paleo recipes at your fingertips so you can get started today!
I’m stoked peeps are liking it…
“When you first open Hollywood Homestead’s Paleo Survival Guide, your apprehensions about trying Paleo will melt away. Sylvie’s constructed a resource packed with time-saving tips, delicious recipes and real world advice about going Paleo that’ll leave you feeling confident about embarking on this healthy way of eating (and life)! I found the personal stories interwoven in this book so motivating and anyone with a family will be inspired by how Sylvie and her family not only eat Paleo but also thrive.” Steph Gaudreau- StupidEasyPaleo.com
“The Paleo Survival Guide is an incredible resource for someone who is ready to transition their diet to eating Paleo, yet feels overwhelmed with questions. Sylvie McCracken gives you practical ways to make Paleo more than just a diet, but a way of life. You will find information on how to grocery shop, how to eat Paleo on-the-go, many, many recipes, and how to transition a family – a task that can seem daunting. This is your one-stop resource for making Paleo successful and more than just a temporary diet. I feel confident recommending this book to anyone interested in Paleo yet overloaded with questions on how to start.” Jackie Ritz- ThePaleoMama.com
“The Paleo Survival Guide is an excellent resource for anyone looking to start the paleo diet. Sylvie is sincere in her desire to help others learn about the paleo lifestyle. She provides practical advice through a personal lens, making her content both informative and interesting. This guide includes many tips and tricks to make for an easy transition into paleo living. I highly recommend this e-book to anyone who is interested in following a paleo template, including those who may have reservations or questions regarding this diet.” Ashley Thomas -MyHeartBeets.com
Want To Learn More?
Ok, ok, so I’m really excited about The Paleo Survival Guide and I hope you are too so get on board and pick yourselves up a copy today! If you’ve been wracking your brain with “should I start a paleo diet” and “how would I start a paleo diet”, then this is the book for you!
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