Why do you trust fitness and health gurus? To me these people seem like some the the least trustworthy professionals out there. The incentive structure in the industry is akin to what would be that of a Hedge Fund (HF-A) who makes money by... (more)
In real life I am actually a Guru Coach which makes me a guru to the gurus, I agree with your assessment which is why imo all gurus should sign up for my Black Diamond Guru Coaching Package, which is usually priced at $9999.99 per year but for the... (more)
Hi paleohackers. The other day on youtube I noticed that durianrider (the deficient-or so we're told-raw vegan) posted yet another one of his nearly perfect and comprehensive blood lipid tests (cholesterol, trigs, AGES, urea, uric acid,... (more)
If you don't feel that a particular person has legitimate credentials, don't buy their book. If I don't find various herbivorous cults to be appealing, I won't join them. Easy peasy.
Partly, I want it to do so for support, partly to keep myself honest, and partly to brag (I hope). Don't hate me for that last one... I just tend to do better on diets and such when I feel I can boast a little. When I don't feel that I am in a... (more)
Recently, I have been feeling like a failure with Paleo. It's been difficult to stay on track when everyone around me is scarfing down pancakes and bread and pasta. Which I love. I totally feel 100x better when I eat Paleo, but for whatever... (more)
There's this website called Health Month (www.healthmonth.com) that lets you set "rules" for yourself and make your diet into a game. I'm playing this month. It's like making a custom version of the Whole30 with rules you pick for yourself (so for... (more)
If we're handing them our money and/or risking our health by taking their advice, does it seem fair that they should post a recent lipid panel in good faith so we can at least have some grasp of the safety or efficacy of their approach? Should we... (more)
I don't think we are entitled to the information, but if they chose to provide it, it certainly has the potential to be one more source of support for their various approaches.
At the end of the calendar year, most of us think about the year ahead and form goals of some sort for ourselves along the lines of lifestyle, career, diet, etc. What Paleo-style goals did you make for yourself, and are you sticking to your plans?... (more)
I do-overed, is that a word?, my Whole60. There wasn't much to change but I eliminated just a few things, one of them being pineapple - drooling right now thinking of it, and saw some great results. Lost a teeny bit of weight, which I didn't need... (more)
Women: How has a paleo diet affected your mentrual cycle?
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