I've been eating this way for a few months now, and I've noticed an improvement in both reflexes and hand-eye coordination. Reaction time and coordination are both way up (not that they were particularly bad before). Has anyone experienced improved reflexes and/or hand-eye coordination after switching to paleo?
Not so much for me, although I am more active - and by extension that has helped my reflexes and "environmental awareness". In other words, because I'm less of a couch potato, I'm also less of an oaf.
I wonder if having more omega-3 (or better omega 3:6 ratio) has contributed, assuming that's been an effect of your diet. At AHS 2011 Seth Roberts presented his extensive n=1; he found that taking a lot of flax-seed oil improved his motor skills and speculated athletes would benefit... http://vimeo.com/28385995 http://www.slideshare.net/ancestralhealth/ahs-slidesseth-roberts
There'd be potential for other vitamins/minerals/removal of toxins to improve function to some extent, but you'll never get to the bottom of it!
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