Paleország – Paleo Diet and Lifestyle Festival in Budapest
Posted by Mia Balogh · May 1, 2014

Would you like to know more about paleolithic diet? You can learn more from our article, then at the Paleország – Paleo Diet and Lifestyle Festival in Budapest.

We are sure that you have already heard about paleolithic diet and the good effects of a paleo lifestyle. It is not surprising, because the media tells you a lot about that. You can find paleo in the television, in magazines, and on the internet, as well. If you google the expression “paleo diet”, you will get 25 800 000 hits in less than a second.

Why can be paleo diet so popular? Well, it is often called “the world’s healthiest diet”. It is based upon the fundamental concept that the optimal diet is the one to which we are genetically adapted.

This nutritional plan offers solutions to several medical problems too, for example it helps to reduce the risk of heart diseases and type 2 diabetes, or to lose weight. It also may help you to sleep better and have more energy during the day, to improve mental clarity, to increase libido and to live a more active, healthier life.

This nutritional plan says that there are foods you should eat and others you shouldn’t consume. For example grass-produced meats, fish, seafood, eggs, nuts and seeds, fruits and vegetables, mushrooms are good for you but you should leave dairy, cereals, potatoes, refined sugar, processed foods, salt and refined vegetable oils.

Paleo diet also encourages you to eat 5-6 small meals a day so you won’t get hungry and won’t break your diet. And don’t forget the importance of regular sports or sporty activities, like long walks or hiking, because sports will help to keep you fit and healthy.


Festival for Paleo Diet and Lifestyle

If you would like to know more about the paleolithic diet and lifestyle, or you just started to write down your questions about paleo, you should participate at the Paleország – Paleo Diet and Lifestyle Festival in Budapest, on the 24th of May.

The one day festival will be organized at the MOM Cultural Center in Budapest (18 Csörsz Street, Budapest, 12th district) with lectures and seminars, market with paleo goods, concerts, family programs, puppet-show for the kids and of course with paleo food and drink tastings.


There will be some sport programs, too. You can see and learn the most important things about kettlebell, kempo and kangaroo-fitness, and get some inspiration to start doing these sports or to begin training for the first time in your life.

Entrance is for free but if you would like to participate at lectures and seminars, there is a registration fee, 300 HUF for each of them.

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