Not a question so much as a delighted statement: my hubs just told me that he has made reservations for the while family to go to our local Brazilian steakhouse in a month or so. The perfect place for a newby Paleo-eater. Tons of awesome beef... (more)
Let me just say this: If a Brazilian-style steakhouse opened up in my town, they'd lose money. I've got paleo friends who eat like it's their job. We're talking POUNDS, BABY! POUNDS! But yes, expensive. And awesome.
Hi! I asked the company from which I buy lard how they produce it, and here is what they wrote me: First we get the fat from various cuts of meat, cook it, filter it and put it in a decantation vessel to remove any remaining meat. Then we... (more)
Not really Paleo, right? I would use it sparingly since peas are iffy. Outside of that, it's probably delicious if that was your question. I would like some soup made from it.
Here's the abstract: It is widely held among the general population and even among health professionals that moderate exercise is a healthy practice but long term high intensity exercise is not. The specific amount of physical activity necessary... (more)
Hey guys...long day but I just came across this article..thought I might share it? What do you think? Valid? I was just eating chicken today...check it out: http://www.naturalnews.com/032659_arsenic_chicken.html (more)
I got married in March of this year. In late April I started "easing in" to paleo, and by mid May I was failry strictly on a paleo+beer diet. I have so far lost a little over 10 lbs and an inch off my midsection! I put on a shirt this weekend that... (more)
I went into a "health"/fitness store the other day. They mostly sell whey powders and body building supplements. While is was in there browsing around to amuse myself, several people came in for water refills. I was curious why people would come... (more)
Your body has an intricate and highly reliable system for maintaining Ph balance within a carefully controlled window. The acid/base diet and similar practices have been studied and shown to be 100% nonsense.
Possible Duplicate: Have you seen the new Paleo Study, June 19th 2011? http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110615094514.htm "When populations around the globe started turning to agriculture around 10,000 years ago, regardless of... (more)
I got some solaray vitamin B complex today. I've been taking vitamin D and fish oil for the past few weeks and have noticed a big difference in my anxiety (taking primarily for mood/depression), probably from the vitamin D since the fish oil... (more)
I just ran across this entry in Wikipedia that claims there is evidence that humans have been eating land snails since the Pleistocene: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_snail#Snails_as_human_food I haven't seen snails or clams or mussels or... (more)
I teach media studies and for their final exam coursework my group have to produce a complete media campaign and this year it is called 'Promoting Healthy Lifestyles'. I will show them Fathead and Food Inc but does anyone have any other... (more)
Heres an observation: I am currently on a working-travel-holiday in Australia. I have been more loose with my diet, a) because food prices here in Australia are really putting pressure on my savings and b) i have been succumbing to a few... (more)
Disclaimer: I am not seeking medical advice, know you're all not doctors, etc. I plan to get this checked out but still feels there's potential great merit in polling this large group of folks who might have insight into what's going on with... (more)
I was reading this article http://yourlife.usatoday.com/fitness-food/diet-nutrition/story/2011/06/DNA-based-diet-assists-with-disease-prevention/48287254/1 It brought up the idea of "Nutrigenomics". 1) How may of you have heard of this, and... (more)
I feel that I understand this and this is the paradigm of nutrition that I used while practicing clinical nutrition earlier in my career. I was able to help people using this paradigm, but I no longer use it. While you can help people within this... (more)
I had been thinking about this for a while however Mellisa put it into better words than me in her answer to a recent question. It seems like everyone is like Art and Loren who recommend trimming fat off of grass-fed meat and avoiding... (more)
They are apparently the biggest consumers of rice-per-capita and eat twice as much as second place Japan. There biggest issue seems to be infectious disease/poverty overall. Anyone know if they have diabetes and/or obesity issues??
I strongly dislike this guy, do you? Why?