•Political Views: I don't have any, which may seem strange seeing as I am an International Relations student, but there you go. Possibly that might even be the reason why I don't have any political views. The more you learn about this the less clear it all becomes.
•Race: White. Russian
•Religion: Russian Orthodox Christian
Is it good for the average age to be lower? I'd say yes on the whole, since its best to prevent problems young than treat them later , but I think the best indicator isn't average age per se but a greater range of paleo adherents, i.e. people who start young and follow through indefinitely on this lifestyle. This involves considerable time lag though, and the movement is still relatively young (ironically, it also happens to be the oldest...)
Are men more likely to be paleo? Well, there MIGHT be a slight skew because there paleo is more known in body building circles, which have marginally more men. BUT, this is similar to asking if most women are vegetarian...thing is, women are, statistically, more likely to make more conscious food choices because they place more importance on appearance; conventional wisdom tells us to cut meat, and a lot of women do that. Perhaps that might also account for any gender differences; but I don't have data to back up so this is just speculation.
Income: For me personally, paleo has slashed my bills. I buy bulk organic online & freeze; I don't spend any money on processed foods and rarely eat out. However, as far as trends are concerned, I think middle class people tend to be most health-centered, and thus more likely to read health & fitness blogs, which is where most stumble accross paleo. Again, this is but speculation on my part, no concrete evidence.
Location: I think it leans a lot towards the urban, since these are the people that most often suffer the 'diseases of civilization'...but I'm sure, on the contrary, there are a lot of people who are 'paleo' and don't even realise it, who live in the country.
Politics: This is reeaaally stretching it, and not to mention, risking it, but could it be that more politically open-minded people would also be more open-minded to consider something like Paleo, that goes against CW? I'm not defining which crowd is politically open-minded here - like I said, I have no political views. Ha. Just an idea.
Race: I think race is a little too wide a category. Culture really matters - how you were brought up, what your national cuisine is, and how close to traditional the food you ate was. I was raised on a carb-heavy, but very minimally processed, traditional Russian diet; I think the fact that I didn't grow up eating industrialised food and that I grew up in the country made a huge impact on my mentality about health.
Religion: On a personal note, in my family, we have never really practiced fasting (not IF - I mean the 'no meat or animal products' Lent fasting), and there's always been an emphasis on the fact that its the thoughts you put in that matter. Lent is a period when you calm down, stay away from excess and think a lot about morality. Its not necessary to stop eating meat. I've seen questions on Mark's blog about religious restrictions, and have seen that it's quite easy to adapt (I'm talking things like Kosher, or Ramadan)
Again, this is just my spin on things.
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