Paleolithic Diet Questions
my urine analisis shows an increas in creatinine and urea
My local grocery store carries dried veggie chips as a store brand (Publix.) Ingredients seem pretty benign (Squash, Carrots, Taro, Green Beans, salt.) Beyond the oil, any issues with dried veggies?
only that most of those vegies are all starchy/sugary vegetables and the oil is probably some type of processed vegetable oil. I'd rate those about the same as any other "chip"
I'm trying to find a good nutrition certification that can really get to the core of the Paleo lifestyle. I have heard Robb Wolf is great but his website doesn't show any upcoming events. Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas for alternatives? (more)
We are just getting the next batch of SEMINARS up in a few days. Mat Lalonde has a few offerings in Canada. In 2011 we will have an Advanced topics CERTIFICATION with Uni credits and an extensive test.
I know that many people are drawn to this way of eating due to health problems caused by modern diets damaging their metabolism resulting in overweight, obesity etc. I became interesting in my diet after developing chronic fatigue syndrome,... (more)
How much food variety do you think is natural for humans to get? Did most of our ancestors, most of which probably lived in fairly rich regions of the world, know of and eat dozens and dozens of types of foods? Or do you think they mostly... (more)
local biodiversity is vast, along with seasonal variations. Look around (assuming you're in the northern hemisphere) when spring hits and take note of the diversity of plants that pop up, and how many produce fruit, seeds or nuts by fall. And... (more)
Surely the definition of what a paleolithic/evolutionary diet is one that our ancestors ate during our species evolution. However working out what they ate is not a simple task. Some types of evidence survive better than others. Plant foods rarely... (more)
This question occured to me reading this question on Dr Davis http://paleohacks.com/questions/3501/dr-davis-vs-paleo-that-is-how-often-should-we-eat-meat my thoughts were not really an answer to that so I am asking it as a new question. Gathering... (more)
There are a few "paleos" on message boards that I've seen that eat ONLY GROUND MEAT. ONLY. And if you question it, well Vilhjalmur Stefansson lived off of meat, so any meat will do. Not only do I find that unappetizing and psychologically... (more)
How necessary is exercise in living a paleo lifestyle? Is it sufficient to simply eat paleo foods or are there greater benefits by adding short intense exercise sessions into daily life?
I am really amazed by your transformation, can you please send me your meal plan... Thank you @Jackkronk
Are there any diabetics amongst us on PaleoHacks.com? I'd love to know what worked or didn't work for you. Barry Groves of Trick And Treat - how 'healthy eating' is making us ill argues that eating Paleo (although I do not think he calls it... (more)
The Ancestry Foundation, of which I am a member-at-large, is holding the first annual Ancestral Health Symposium. The event is solidly sold out. However, if you want a ticket, there may be a way... (more)
I know that we hold onto the fat if we are stressed and I am. I joined Crossfit a couple of weeks ago. In following Paleo and Crossfit will I still lose the inches even though I live a life of stress or am I doomed to hold onto it all? Thanks (more)
*Hi everyone, I recently read this in a French magazine, in an article named "how to stay zen in 2012" [lol] here's a translation: Pre-historic peoples were super-zen, says nutritionist Laurent Chevallier, Like a hunter-gatherer, we should... (more)
Women: How has a paleo diet affected your mentrual cycle?
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