Does anyone know the difference between these two books? They are listed seperately on most websites, but the Chris Kresser store only sells the paleo code (orange cover). Just bought the Personal Paleo Diet (green cover) and wondered if it was... (more)
I'm really interested in food storage at the moment. I know a lot of people have got into fermenting as a way of storing food for longer (and as a source of pro-biotics), but I'm wondering if anyone can point to a good book or web site that... (more)
Anyone read "Grain Brain" and what did you think about it? Seems to be a new name to the Paleo community. Never hurts to have another person with impressive details carrying our message of course, with some extra research behind it. (more)
I read "the sugar fix" but it contained very many ideas which I've grown to reject over the last year, although the fructose info is probably correct. Are there any paleo friendly books which go into the evils of fructose? Thanks, Mike (more)
Has anyone bought and read this yet? Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health - Jo Robinson. Nice promo PDF and I see an endorsement by Cordain. http://bit.ly/13xWz3t Sounds pretty interesting and useful. Hopefully going to... (more)
Is there a good one-stop source for information about fermentation? Like tips on what food to ferment. Time of fermenting. Different benefits. Etc. I've heard a lot about the book Nourishing Traditions or the book The Art of Fermentation. But any... (more)
I love to nerd out on some good paleo reading, but I'm not sure where to go next. I would like something a little more in-depth, science-laden and preferably somewhat up to date. I've read the following: - Paleo Solution - Primal Body, Primal... (more)
Hmmm. You want something "a little more in-depth, science-laden and preferably somewhat up to date" ... sounds like the Jaminets' Perfect Health Diet would fit the bill quite nicely.
After I've now finished reading Gary Taubes' 'Good calories, bad calories' I'm looking for a scientific book that recommends high-carb diets at least a bit justifiably. I'm just going to see wether or not Gary brain-washed us all, as he clearly... (more)
Any suggestions for an easy to read book I could buy for relatives to introduce them to paleo concepts? The books I have are probably too heavy on the science (PHD, etc), I'm looking for something with a more mainstream appeal. (I'm based in the... (more)
I'd like to hear some suggestions on the best way to spend my gift card ($75). I have read The Paleo Solution, but I am open to suggestions on other books that offer additional insight to the Paleo lifestyle. As a Crossfitter, I'm thinking maybe... (more)
Hello everyone! I??ve currently been on a stricter diet, in order to heal my psoriasis, for around three months now. I??ve read tons of articles all over the web but I think it??s about time I read a quality book on the subject. So, which book is... (more)
Looking for trade sites where I can buy kitchen tools or previously read Paleo books. My library does not carry any Paleo or Primal mainstream titles.
No specific direction for recommendations, I'm just looking for something to read. It's always interesting to see where this community is getting their information/entertainment from. So anything from diet to fitness to ancestral lifestyles to... (more)
I am interested in learning more about the mechanisms and the hows and whys of diabetes. Is there such a tome existing in the gray area of not overly dumbed down, yet not written in language suited for a pre-med student? Even if you are thinking... (more)
Howdy all: I'm on a bit of a kick right now, reading books dealing with specific areas of nutrition, but I've yet to come across a book outlining the pitfalls of dairy. I'm looking for something along the lines of 'Wheat Belly' - but for... (more)
So I went to Walmart today and saw this book sitting on the shelf. I initially burst out laughing but then picked up the book out of curiosity/my habit of checking out every diet book to criticize or see what else I could be doing. Anywho, the... (more)
There's obviously a burgeoning literature on the Paleo/Primal movement, but in my experience most books (or more often, jankety PDFs and Kindle files) seem to combine some science with quirky personal tales, heavily invested opinions and more... (more)
Which book would you guys recommend? I've read Robb Wolf's Paleo Solutions, its brilliant but feel the science would go straight over my dad's head. I found it a tough read in places, and I'm used to the terminology and reading tech stuff. Side... (more)
Hey guys, my brother is training to become a pro soccer player. He's very interested in paleo ideas but gets conflicting advice from his coach re pasta, grains etc. I've been suggesting he investigate safer starches. What is the best book to get... (more)
Colpo's The Fat Loss Bible would prove a pretty handy resource, I think. Don't be discouraged by the title. Very clear (and persuasive) on the carb and protein needs of the athlete/ very active.
Has anyone read this? Although it Seems to be aimed towards low carbers I'm interested in reading his POV. Thoughts? [http://180degreehealth.com/2012/02/12-paleo-myths] : http://180degreehealth.com/2012/02/12-paleo-myths / (more)
Hi everyone! Does anyone have any recommendations for a good book about Paleo that targets weight loss? (I have over 100 lbs to lose.) I've read Mark Sisson's books and I'm thinking of trying his Primal Leap program but it's a bit pricey. If... (more)
Just a quick question. Nothing important.
So I'm looking for more books. Paleo/nutrition books. Like I always am. I loved Good Calories, Bad Calories by Taubes, I loved Robb's Paleo Solution, and I'm looking for more. Specifically though, I want to find some that go into the science... (more)