I thought Allen Carr's Easyway to stop smoking was so brilliant I decided to take a look at his Easyway to Lose Weight. Concepts: 1. “With my method you can eat as much of your favourite foods as you want, whenever you want, as often as... (more)
I have been doing paleo for about a month now. I feel really healthy and my stomach/fatigue problems have gone away. My issue is I still feel internally conflicted between paleo and vegetarianism. I know meat is very healthy for my body but I... (more)
Hello, I'm 18 years old and have been on a vegetarian diet for 2.5 years. In April, I started Crossfit and subsequently added all the paleo restrictions to my diet, all the while not eating meat. Now, I'm convinced to switch to meat, but I don't... (more)
Food shortages could force world into vegetarianism, warn scientists http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/2012/aug/26/food-shortages-world-vegetarianism (more)
One solution would be to eat the vegetarians, but the buggers eat so much grain, that eating one would screw up my Omega 6 ratio. Might be a whole new market for salad-fed vegetarians.
So let's say you can only afford or only have access to organic/grass fed meat say....once every couple of months. Are you better off going vegetarian or eating conventional meat with all the hormones/antibiotics etc?
I stopped eating meat not too too long ago, maybe about a year ago. Then in August, my skin started breaking out horrifically...and the health of my hair was obviously deteriorating, it started looking very dry and the ends were ruined (even soon... (more)
Do you ever have moments where you think that this diet might be wrong? That saturated fat IS bad for you? (as the NHS tells me it is and even some parts of the paleo community do too) or that grains ARE healthy? When you look at vegetarian... (more)
I'm surprised I haven't seen this here yet. I was wondering what people's thoughts here are on Quorn, a man-made protein product. It's not made from grains or soy. It's a mycroprotein. http://www.quorn.us/About-Us/ I normally eat eggs and... (more)
It's highly processed with various additives, so it's quite bad IMHO. I used to eat that a lot when I was living in the UK (I had a phase where I tried to limit real meat 12-14 years ago).
I've recently and suddenly been experiencing creaky knees and night blindness. (Damn, I'm only 44 and walk "everywhere", those joints should be OK, right?) I'm guessing I'm missing a nutrient or two or 30 years as a vegetarian is catching up to... (more)
VITAMIN A!!!!!!! READ comment 43 on my latest blog. http://jackkruse.com/what-can-you-find-about-your-own-health/#comments
I'm new to paleo. I just read this and now I'm a bit confused. The scientific basis of vegetarianism I keep reading different articles and each person says the other way of eating is unhealthy and will lead to health problems. They all sound... (more)
I came across this by complete accident. Is this this a unique example or the first of a more extreme counter-push to the vegetarians? I personally think it's a bit much but also sometimes do fear that vegetarians will infringe on my future... (more)
After going paleo in the last weeks, the issue of what one eats have been coming more frequently during my conversation with my friends. Surprisingly, I found out that quite a few of my friends do not eat meat. They don't publicly label... (more)
Im seeing more and more MMA fighters adopt vegetarianism and it got me to thinking that we almost never hear about a professional athlete contribute part of their success to Paleo. Shane Carwin is a beast of a man and just went... (more)
I'm a vegetarian, and not willing to give that up at this point in my life. I do eat both eggs and dairy, and take fish oil for the DHA.I also supplement with B12 as a precaution. I can't bring myself to actually eat fish. I want to apply paleo... (more)
Possible Duplicate: Whats the current paleo population? According to the Vegetarian Times there are about 7.3 million vegetarians in the United States and over 22 million other people who are trying to reduce their meat consumption. How... (more)
I know there are a lot of former vegetarians on this site. Does anybody know of people who tried Paleo for at least 30 days and then went vegetarian? Just trying to satisfy my curiosity here. I recognize this may not be the best place to ask... (more)
Going back to vegetarianism after a taste of Paleo would be like going back to live with my parents, it would be absurd.
Having spent so much time as a vegan, one argument I heard frequently was that humans are naturally herbivores, so consuming meat is harmful and "unnatural." Unfortunately this also seems to have seeped into pop culture as well and I've also heard... (more)
YOU can add to this Community Wiki...simply click "edit"! Comparing us to Great Apes ignores that they have the ability to ferment the tough foliage that they eat into free fatty acids, which account for 57% of calories consumed in gorillas.... (more)
I just finished reading the following article: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/weird-food-allergy-stresses-moms-baffles-doctors/story?id=18843611 In the first case noted the child who was diagnosed with food protein induced entercolitis syndrome... (more)
Report found at the follwing link: http://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20120502/hate-meat-it-may-be-in-your-genes The study basically outlines that some people may very well have a gene (if not 2) that intensifies the scent of the steroid androstenone... (more)
Possible Duplicate: What role did vegetarianism/veganism play in Steve Jobs' health? Was Steve Jobs a lifetime vegetarian? Do you think all that time abusing the beta cells in his pancreas had anything to do with his development of cancer? (more)
Now there's no way I'd entertain the idea of giving up meat in all it's fleshy forms, but there's an "interesting" [or provocative, you choose] article on Good.is about the rise in meat theft correlating with sharp rises in it's worldwide... (more)
I don't really know what to do here. I've been eating meat for the last ten years or so after being vegetarian for most of my life, but I still only ate it fairly rarely. I never cooked it at home, but would order it if we were out. Other than... (more)
So I went to this 2 week retreat where vegetarian food was served. I managed to avoid soy and gluten and ate non-paleo stuff such as white rice, milk, oats, lentils, beans, sprouts, tahini and some gluten-free treats but I felt undernourished and... (more)
I'm pondering the health pros and cons of either 1) paleo with conventional meat/farmed fish, or 2) vegetarianism that excludes grains/seed oils/processed foods but includes traditionally prepared legumes, pastured eggs, and organic dairy... (more)