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Dr. Jay Wortman promotes low carb high fat Paleo and responded to Huffington Post for following conventional wisdom. She had great success helping obese diabetics of native Canada (First People's) on Paleo. Apparently her comments and link to her... (more)
When I first started Paleo, I remember reading a blog of a couple that had both lost a lot of weight on Paleo, I'm thinking around 100 pounds each? I don't remember the details or the site, but I remember thinking if I could ever get my brother... (more)
First posts: http://mostlymeatiswhatieat.blogspot.com/2011/12/mostly-meat-manifesto.html http://mostlymeatiswhatieat.blogspot.com/2011/12/how-to-do-zero-carb-carnivorous-diet.html Thoughts? (more)
I went to the link, I liked your blog. Although I follow almost all of your dietary recommendations, I found myself looking for some sort of credentials, as a student of biology or doctor or some such. Just out of habit.
For everyone who has frequently seen my million questions about fat loss/paleo diet...I have started a blog and I would really appreciate everyones input on the paleo nutrition pages...and then offer more suggestions and advice as I post my... (more)
I was wondering if anyone knows of anything online that can be used to keep track of progress on the Paleo diet? Some sort of online blog especially for people taking the Paleo diet to record their day to day improvements? I have looked but can't... (more)
Paleotrack.com is pretty slick.
Do you have a paleo blog? Do you like the way a certain paleo blog looks? I am looking for a blogging platform that looks very clean and simple. Essentially, I want to copy an existing blogger's format. While this question may be more appropriate... (more)
Blogs are written.....website not. Frustrating to the max. But it is what it is
Just started my daily Paleo blog. Keeping posts between 300-500 words. Not sure if it will be any good but its worth a stab. Here's my very first post if you fancy a read. Much... (more)
I have seen a lot of non-paleo "mom" or cooking blogs* lately advocating the use of fats - lard, coconut oil, etc. They may make a token statement that fat is not really the enemy, or even go so far as to link to the Weston A. Price foundation... (more)
This is pretty common here in Brooklyn. You'll see pie doughs made with white flour and lard. And one of my favorite restaurants has bacon doughnuts. I guess the rising tide floats all ships and makes it easier to get lard and bacon for everyone,... (more)
Today, I was curios about whether the "other side" had a strong blog community like the paleo community does. Are there any nutrition, science based blogs that promote the low-fat diet or is the paleo community unique in this respect?
Anyone able to read Nephropal? Nephropal.blogspot.com I went to read an article on uric acid and got an error for "invited readers only" Dissapointing as this was one of the blogs I followed regularly. Edit: Nephropal has relieved for 2011 by... (more)
What do you look for in a paleo friendly blog what draws you to read or subscribe to one or another? Do you want recipes, studies, tips, advice, fitness? I want to add to my blog things that people want to read... I made my log to share my... (more)