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Caveman Cuisine: The Pros and Cons of the Paleo Diet

The Paleo diet is a nutrition plan based on the supposed dietary habits of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. Proponents claim that, as a result of their diet, Paleolithic men and women were less prone to certain diseases. 368 more words

Paleobetic Diet Book Now Available

I started this blog four years ago as an exploration of the Paleolithic diet as a therapeutic option in diabetes and prediabetes. Scientific studies from Ryberg (2013), Mellberg (2014), Boers (2014), and Masharani (2015) have convinced me that the paleo diet indeed has true potential to improve these conditions. 311 more words

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Paleolithic Diet Improves Metabolic Syndrome

…according to an article at American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

“Metabolic syndrome” may be a new term for you. It’s a collection of clinical features that are associated with increased future risk of type 2 diabetes and atherosclerotic complications such as heart attack and stroke. 334 more words

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Carbohydrates and brain evolution

Contrary to all the hype about the paleo-diet, our ancestors probably did not eat a lot of meat. This article from The New York Times… 22 more words


The Omega Dilemma

Throughout this wellness blog series, the genome centric lifestyle and what nutrients our bodies require to maintain its self-healing and self-regulating properties have been the main focus. 1,112 more words


An Argument for Copious Carbohydrate Content In the Paleo Diet

A recent scientific paper proposes that carbohydrates—starches specifically—played a larger role in the ancestral human diet than previously thought. I’ll call this paper the Hardy study… 140 more words

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Paleo Diet! A Helpful Tool Against Crohn's Disease

The Paleo Diet has become insanely popular since 2012! I believe that’s for good reason too. It basically should be. This diet is basically just eating clean. 420 more words

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