I've read a couple of times that vegetables actually increase intestinal permeability because they're insoluble or something. Here's a passage I recently found on this website: "Not to mention everytime you eat a plant food, either the... (more)
Hey this might seem like old news to many but I just learned a few days ago about the fact that ruminants like deer or cows are able to digest plant matter because they ferment it in their stomach. I had an "aha!" moment and thought well... (more)
I have found some fabulous Paleo recipies that include Jacima. I am in Australia and have never heard of it and am wondering if there is a substitute or if it goes by another name.
I would substitue melon or squash depending on the type of recipe the jicama was in. If it was adding sweetness and water, I would go with melon. If it was adding a light, sweet starchy veg, I would go with squash.
Which do you think is worse for human health? I personally think that those highly refined vegetable and seed oils are just as bad if not much worse than grains. It's only been used for a couple of decades whereas grains have been eatan for many... (more)
I think grains get more attention because many get a fairly immediate negative effect (bloating, gas, etc) where as a lot of the negative impact from seed oils is likely more long-term and/or harder to directly link to seed oil consumption.
I seem to get bloated when I eat lot of vegetables (steamed, or raw!), such as broccoli, brussell sprouts or cauliflower. Which vegetables do you eat? I've been paleo (momstly fruit free also) for 4 months, and gluten free for about 1.5... (more)
I know beef tallow would be best but I'm going over a non paleo house for my fantasy football draft. He is frying wings and I would like to know which would be better, Vegetable Oil (gross) or Peanut Oil?
I'm in a debate with a coworker about why cooking with butter (ghee) is better than vegetable oil. Now I know that coconut oil is good and olive oil is good for salad but can you guys shed light on why or if butter is better than most oils?
Hey guys, I've been eating these salmon burgers from costco, but I was wondering whether they're more harm than good. Here's the ingredient list: Pink Salmon, Water, Non-GMO Canola Oil, Contains 2% or less of the following: Lemon Juice from... (more)
It's a great oil to cook with! Tastes somewhat like nutty/broccoli and goes great with a balsamic. It's truly a unique taste, a little pricy but I found mine on eBay which is a little cheaper than your other link.
Hi all, just curious as to what the difference of GREEN juice fasting (no fruits) versus fat fasting...? Would it provide the same fat loss results? I've heard great things about people doing juice fasts and keeping the weight off long term as... (more)
Hey all, With the anti-thyroid activity of components found in Cruciferous Vegetables, I am concerned I may eventually be having some chronic affect on myself if I keep up my current eating habits. Typically I heat a generous serving of... (more)
Does anyone know of any good resources on starting and developing a vegetable garden? Just had a delicious cauliflower mash for dinner and thought hey, I should ditch the bulk farmed variety, not have to pay the exorbitant price of organic and... (more)
In the midst of researching phytosterol contents of various oils and nuts I came across this article: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21072805 "The isotopic values for these oils, with one exception, formed a tight cluster between ruminant... (more)
Olive oil is probably one of the oldest vegetable oils. According to wikipedia: . The earliest surviving olive oil amphorae date to 3500 BC (Early Minoan times), though the production of olive is assumed to have started before 4000 BC. An... (more)