"This is just a starting-out, simple guide." Lockhart said. "It can really be adapted to anybody."
The cookbook includes meal plans, a shopping list, recipes and even suggestions for preparing several things over the weekend that can be used during the busy work week. It includes options for vegetarians and suggestions for those just starting out or who perhaps aren't ready to dive all the way into the Paleo plan.
"We both really have the same mindset of whole, natural foods," Lockhart said.
Mullins and Lockhart said their goal is to produce more e-books like it, gearing them specifically to calorie needs.
"One of the biggest problems in the Paleo camp is that they feel like they can still eat what they want (within the diet)," Mullins said. "It still has to be calorie-controlled and insulin-controlled."
The e-cookbook is available for order by emailing eatwel...@gmail.com or through the Facebook page Eat Well WV. Cost is $20.
Contact writer Monica Orosz at mon...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4830.
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