Hey guys, I'm very interested in Ray Peat's work, although I'm at a college cafeteria. I have access to conventional milk, sugar, OJ, eggs in unlimited amounts. Would it be possible to devise a plan without things like shellfish and... (more)
Okay people, I'm having a bit of a problem, and I am in need of some instant advice here... For starters, I'm on a paleo diet/ray peat diet. My diet consists of grass fed beef, potatoes, some fruit, veggies every once in a while, chicken,... (more)
What are your vitamin D levels like and how's your vitamin k2 and vitamin A intake? Without either vitamin D or k2 calcium isn't appropriately used in the body and high levels of vitamin A antagonizes calcium's response to vitamin D.
lol@tags "My body must burn fat for fuel, ketones are humans ultimate source of energy, I must never dare eat a piece of fruit, Dr.Robert lustig has deemed that forbidden!!!!"
Ray Peat's way of eating makes low carb look like Doody (Well, it is). It's based on improving thyroid and metabolism, not some B.S ideology that we should eat a certain way because our ancestors did. Inb4 butthurt.
As someone who follows a lot of Ray Peat's recommendations, could you please stop trolling. You're not going to get more people to try your approach with these idiotic antics.
Greetings! I am slowly adopting some of Ray Peat's ideas toward diet, as doing a traditional paleo diet was resulting in low-energy levels, weight gain, low libido, horrible cramps during period, related thyroid symptoms, etc...and I'm looking... (more)
he says the gluten is linked to skin problems and is a gut irritant. If you have a really high metabolism and superb digestion he thinks you could get away with eating it moderately.
Ray Cronise is a NASA scientist who is doing some pretty heady stuff with thermogenesis. He is studying Wim Hof, the dutchman who can stay immersed in ice for hours. Ray Cronise is eating a vegan diet while experimenting with thermal loading,... (more)
This has been asked before, in particular by ROB (here), and there was some good discussion around it. The general consensus was that Ray Peat is something of a whack-job with interesting ideas. But his name has been popping up more, recently.... (more)
-Dairy, meat and fruit are the core of his diet. -He believes in consuming lots of gelatin and limiting muscle meats. -States protein must be balanced with sugar, according to him protein alone lowers blood sugar so it must be eaten with... (more)
He's a natural person to become popular considering the promotion of high-protein diets and misinterpretation of research on fructose. The truth is that there is lots of evidence high protein diets can be harmful and no evidence that fruit is... (more)
Hi, I am new to doing paleo and I am trying to makes sense of all the various recommendations and best practices. After reading a bunch of different articles imploring me to take fish oil, I started researching on this board and via google... (more)
I get my omega 3's from fish, as I'm worried about the rancidity of fish oil. I also try to keep total pufas as well as n-6 intake low. Perfect health diet advises against fish oil too, you might want to read what they have to say.
Have heard him mentioned on the forums. Had a look at his site and couldn't find much to say what sort of diet he endorses. Anyone know what this guy is about? Is he paleo or anti-paleo?
I thought it was clear that burning fat is better than burning glucose for longevity. Now I read the opposite from a guy that looks quite good for his age of seventy something. Lacking expertise in biochemistry, I have no idea what is right, but... (more)
There's copious amounts of discussions of Peat on PH. Search. Or Google it with the additional term... "site:paleohacks.com" (The built-in search function does suck at times.)
This guy is a genius...read his work if you want to be truly enlightened....or u cud just stick w/ paleo and force urself through unnecessary suffering (omg i can't have ice cream, there's sugar and dairy) even though your body is telling you to... (more)
Should I try it for My acne and skin problems? Can anyone write a list of foods allowed and not allowed on this diet, having trouble finding information about it and how to do it properly. My sister also had acne before she went on BC, so I'm... (more)