Were there gay people in the paleolithic, or do you think homosexuality is a neolithic, “civilized” phenomenon?
Were there gay people in the paleolithic, or do you think homosexuality is a neolithic, "civilized" phenomenon? I don't wish to offend anyone by this question. I'm asking because I …
My understanding of some neuro-psychological features of humanity, lead me to believe that mankind is currently deprived of activities like touch, including maternal and non sexual …
Over on his blog, Darrin describes what he sees as the five failings of paleo, which include: We Don’t REALLY Know What Our Ancestors Ate There Is No ONE Paleo Diet Yes, We HAVE …
In a properly performed paleolithic kipping pull-up, after locking out over the spear, the caveman pushes back from the spear into an arc that loads the forward push of the chest …
For many of us who go on a Paleo diet, binging on grains leaves us feeling horrible the next day. I wonder, then, why did early humans adopt this food in the first place? I unders …
my question is concerning muscle glycogen, liver glycogen and ketosis. If your following a targeted ketogenic approach where you consume carbohydrate pre workout and possibly pos …
One of the main claims revolving around the paleo diet is that it is 'unnatural' foods, i.e., foods that are incongruent with our evolutionary past that cause us to eat excessively …
I'm thinking of starting to use pseudoephedrine to give me more energy throughout the day, although I am aware the a paleolithic man never used any sort of medication, it's not foo …
can you define paleo or as you use it Paleo project? And define or suggest the Paleolithic diet clearly please. For years I have been healing and trying to get through Inflammati …
PaleoHacks the good news continues to roll in for the mainstream! What say you about hitting the Wall Street Journal?
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704893604576200393522456636.html?mod=wsj_share_facebook The study showing up in the WSJ is very very positive news for the paleo diet …
Just ran across this post by Dr. Art Ayers of Cooling Inflammation: http://coolinginflammation.blogspot.com/2008/12/paleolithic-perspective-on-biomedical.html "Agriculture focuse …
Interesting article nonetheless http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1307936/Early-man-butchered-ate-brains-children-everyday-diet.html
A lot of people talk about the negative health concequences of the beginings of agricultural diet on our ancestors health. However before the neotlithic many infectious diseases di …