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  • #46
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    I'll second (or third) the Primal kids / family thing

    ... my kid did NOT want to be the one at the pool eating the HB egg today - he wanted to be the one eating the PIzza Bites LOL !! ... guess he was outta luck !

    PrimalMom
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    • #47
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      I'd love to see more about how much flexibility there is with regard to safe/smart carb intake for heavy exercisers who are not trying to lose bodyfat.


      For example, 200g would normally be a danger zone, right...but what about for a lean, highly active individual who also completes 5 hours of intense exercise weekly. Might 200g be appropriate for that person?

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      • #48
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        Hi Mark, I'd like to hear your thoughts on some of the recent research (and not so recent for that matter) on fructose, and what the implications of the differential effects of glucose versus fructose on the metabolism are for the place of starchy carbs in a healthy diet. Thanks.

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        • #49
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          Hi Mark,

          I'd like some "how, what, when: Supplements" information. By that I mean, what are the bottom line essential vitamins, minerals, etc. that we need on a daily basis, for those of us who are a bit on the frugal side and can't afford the master damage formula?


          Also, does it matter when we take what supplements; should some supplements be taken at different times of the day (because they interact or cancel each other out); and should they be taken with food or not?


          Thanks!

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          • #50
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            Mark,


            Have you read the book "Primal Body--Primal Mind"? If you have, I was wondering what your thoughts are on Nora Gedgaudas' views on the amount of protein, carbs and fats human beings *should* eat? In particular, her opinion on protein (that most of us should be getting only 6 oz. of meat/protein or around 44-55g per day??) Here is her blogpost on the subject: http://www.primalbody-primalmind.com/blog/?p=295


            I would just love to see your input on this (and on the ideas in her book in general)! Many of the things in her book make a lot of sense to me, but I also felt confused by her diet recommendations.


            I just want to mention that I feel very good following the recs on your site (in terms of the amount of carbs/protein/fat I'm getting), and am awaiting the arrival of your PB book in the mail.


            Thanks so much!!

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            • #51
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              Calcium absorption and grains. I have looked around a little bit for studies on this and haven't found anything conclusive.

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              • #52
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                Mark, would you do a post on Primal fitness during pregnancy? Also, I'm interested in learning more about intermittent fasting during pregnancy, not as a means for weight-loss but as a tool for maintaining optimal health. Thanks much.

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                • #53
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                  We (and I think I speak for a few others) are DESPERATE for a post on leptin resistance. Please, please, please?

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                  • #54
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                    How about Primal Bluebprint for the combat athlete... or professional athlete... like a guest post or an interview with a professional athlete who follows paelo/primal meal plan and training (outside of thier skill training for thier sporT).

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                    • #55
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                      As other posters have said, I would love to see more information related to women and nutrition, specifically hormonal balance and healthy weight gain. I have been primal for about a month and I love how I feel however I do worry about hormones and loosing my period. I just got my period back a couple of months ago after not having one for three years, I am only 21! I would also like to see more information on women and healthy weight gain. When I was on a standard bodybuilder diet I ate like a pig but still struggled to put on weight. My hope is that with the primal diet I will be able to gain weight.

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                      • #56
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                        I would also like to see a topic about primal mom-to-bees and primal babies.

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                        • #57
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                          Mark,


                          I have seen several pieces of information about Salt Sole and the book Water & Salt - The Essence of Life by Dr. Barbara Hendel, M.D. I was wondering what your take on this is? Are natural Sea Salts better than table salt? One of the many claims is that taking the sole daily is good for digestive function, I'm not sire what to think.


                          Kev

                          Strive for healthy today.

                          Satisfaction is the death of desire.

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                          • #58
                            ^^Oh that's good. A post on sodium intake in general would be nice (iodine and iodide as well).

                            I would also like to hear what you think about sustainability and how agriculture is destroying the planet (Lierre Keith's Vegetarian Myth is inspired that one). In my opinion, grass fed animals and permaculture are the only sustainable options, which basically means that primal/paleo is the only way to go. I think a lot of people don't realize this and want to end would hunger with grain (when grain caused world hunger in the first place...). I think your readers would like to hear more on this topic since "going green" is in vogue.

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                            • #59
                              Primal Menopause.
                              Aging well.
                              Spinal health.
                              Women's Primal Blueprint---does it differ from men's? If so, how? (See the Primal Women Group posts)

                              Thank you!
                              Sooze

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                              • #60
                                I second those who asked for an exploration of the differences between Grok and Prima (or Yllek, or Roksann, or whatever you want to call Grok’s better half). Most of the paleo theory I’ve read on the web is from a male perspective. I’ve noticed on the forums and in real life that females tend to have different nutritional and exercise needs than males, especially where weight loss is concerned. Also, their goals are often different. Whereas many men, like me, would be content with six-pack abs and a torso built for wrestling dwarf mastodons, female goals tend to be more nuanced.

                                On that subject, I would particularly like to see an exploration of the contrast between the primordial hunting and gathering roles, and the implications for modern sexual dimorphism in both physiology (longer fasts for hunters, grazing for gatherers) and psychology (football vs. shopping).

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