Hello, my name is Max Ungar and I have been following a Paleolithic/Caveman style diet for about 3 years now and it has completely changed my life. Before I started the diet, I was around 225 at 6'0 and 16 years old. After a couple of months on the diet, I was down to 195 and after a few more months I was 6'2 195 lbs. Not to mention I felt better, and was performing better athletically. Having just been drafted by the Washington Nationals, I now attend Denison University where I am studying how to be awesome, as well as a health nut. I believe in healthy lifestyles, paleo eating, crossfit, happiness, living life one step at a time, family, expecting nothing, and experiencing everything. Hopefully this blog will help you delve into the life of a paleolithic diet and keep it through tough, busy times such as college, parenting, or just life.
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