Has anybody read it? Do you recommend it? I've been paleo for awhile now, but I'd like to get my personal weekly food budget in the $40/week or below range. Is the book worth the $20 (which for me at the moment is a fairly substantial purchase)? (more)
I am following Robb Wolf's autoimmune protocol due to health reasons. It is mine and my partners anniversary next week. I would like to cook for us both but really could do with some ideas as to what I could make? I struggle to find recipes at... (more)
I would read Paleo Solution first, that is your 101 intro course. Primal Body, Primal Mind is more of a theoretical geek out book that will make more sense once you have the basics down.
In light of the recent events in Miami, I pose a couple questions. I remember during a nutrition lecture I once asked Mat Lalonde on the negative effects of cannibalism, of which I believe the answer was just to avoid brain consumption. In... (more)
Loren Cordain was the guest feature on Robb Wolf's latest podcast (http://robbwolf.com/2011/12/27/the-paleo-solution-episode-112/). During the podcast he mentioned that he recommends Vitamin D and Fish oil as the most important supplements for... (more)
It seems just from reading a few things from Robb Wolf, he advocated "lean meats". Along with Loren Cordain. It seems that would reduce overall fat intake quite a bit as well. It seems he's quite a respected guy in the paleo community, but why... (more)
Hi all, My most recent dive into paleo/primal began about a month ago, and it's going really well. This community has been a great source of info, resources, and laughs! But I don't want to ask a particular question about my particular... (more)
Taubes believes that carbohydrates in the diet drive insulin levels up and this insulin causes fat to remain locked away in fat stores, thus leading to obesity. He is now suggesting that sugar/fructose have a role in creating the initial insulin... (more)
Possible Duplicate: Just an average 121 year old paleo eater…Can we live this long? Robb Wolf mentioned in a recent podcast a woman living in the Amazon who is 124 years old. Anyone know who she is? I'm curious about her story. (more)
Here's the idea: Set up a camp experience like in the recent 'I, caveman' show. It would be professionally designed. It would be designed as a hard, but not unconquerable experience. It would be designed to be at least as emotional an experience... (more)
I will try and make this as clear and concise as possible...=) I have been eating paleo/primal for about 2 years now. I was diagnosed with relapsing multiple sclerosis about 8 years ago (when I was 18, I'm 26 now). I've had 3 flare ups so far;... (more)
I am thinking of trying it to see if it fixes some lingering autoimmune issues, but it seems highly restrictive. No nightshades, dairy, nuts/seeds, starch and eggs. I have gone no dairy and nuts for months now with no improvement, but I am... (more)
How does one do a body row outside per his workout recommendation. It seems that you sprint and then do a body row as part of a circuit. I am intrigued by the body row, since my upper body is very weak - can't do a single real push up. I just... (more)
He's doing one in the DC area in late July, and I was wondering if it's worth $200. Anyone ever attend one, or heard from someone who did?