Meat burnout?--I go through periods, where I just want to eat raw, plant things. I've had to battle cravings for tempeh before even though I never ate it regularly. I get sick of meat 3X a day.
According to some, quinoa is not technically a grain and moreover sweet potatoes aren't considered to be as starchy as their golden cousins. Are these two allowed when eating paleo? Also, what about tofu? It's technically made from soybeans... (more)
I've got moderate RA in my hands. I've been pretty paleo (a bit of butter and cream) and moderately low carb for several months, and my hands have felt great. At lunch today I had some hot and sour soup made by a local cafe -- it seemed from the... (more)
Question: What is the maximum amount of soy that one can eat without problems? Are there studies that have confirmed a threshold dose in relation to phytoestrogens, phytates, other things? Whether soy is bad or not is not the question, but mainly... (more)
The easy argument to make is that if there's so many studies showing that moderate or large amounts of soy cause so many problems, a small amount will to some degree as well. However, if you're only eating tiny amounts of soy that won't provide... (more)
I know that, in general, soy is pretty nasty stuff. I wonder, though, about tofu. I heard somewhere that since tofu is fermented, the typical caveats and criticisms that apply to soy don't apply. But I also heard someone claim that modern soy... (more)
Usually by Monday, we run out of delicious meat/fish/eggs. So we eat tofu for dinner. Is it okay for once a week? And also, is it okay to eat rice a little everyday? It's like 80/20. What do you think?
Recently I came across a video on Youtube in which Sally Fallon talks about bread: ancient cultures that make bread actually ferment the bread and make sourdough. Well, tofu has been around for about 2,000 years too. So out of curiosity, is tofu... (more)
Okay, so I've read a lot of the research about why soy is bad, and while I'm somewhat convinced, I still don't think anyone has properly addressed the "Asian argument", ie the fact that a lot of traditional Asian diets contain a lot of soy. For... (more)
Possible Duplicate: Japan makes meat out of poop… Burger, anyone? I noticed this in the latest news: http://www.dailytech.com/Japanese+Make+Delicious+Nourishing+Steaks+From+Human+Feces/article21932.htm (For a good laught, note that... (more)