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Hyperpalatability Questions

Hyperpalatability

Paleo Questions

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by 3742 · about 18 hours ago

It occurs to me that much Paleo literature has focused on hyperpalatable foods as one driver of obesity but I was shopping earlier this week and noticed that compared to the farmer's market produce I used to buy, the supermarket is kind of gross.... (more)

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CoconutBliss 0 · December 20, 2012 at 11:09 AM

Not sure if I've misread what you're saying here... but this is how I see it: Supermarkets are focused on mass-production of, quite often, genetically modified produce to bring to market a uniform product. We've lost touch with what REAL food... (more)

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by 5132 · about 19 hours ago

I've been experimenting with pork rinds to see what effect, if any, they have on my weight setpoint. I was pretty consistently at 155-159 eating 150-200g of carbs (usually yams and sweet potatoes, some parsnips, and lentils). I started eating... (more)

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J__Stanton___gnolls_org 0 · November 01, 2011 at 9:41 AM

Note the "not a significant source of protein" asterisk on the ingredients. That's because the protein in pork rind is basically 100% collagen, which is mostly made of four amino acids...glycine, proline, hydroxyproline, and... (more)