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Very interesting book. She pretty much says what you need is moderate protein and fat to satisfy the appetite. She's not a big carb fan at all from what I remember. Maybe I'm wrong. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
I have read her blog. Some great research, no doubt about it. I wonder why she isn't mentioned more in the primal/paleo community? Lady Groks can be just as awesome. She is like a chick version of Mark.
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Primal Blueprint Explorer My blog for people who are not into the Grok thing. Since starting the blog, I have moved close to being Archevore instead of Primal. But Mark's Daily Apple is still the best source of information about living an ancestral lifestyle.
Well, based on the recommendations of those who know much more about PB than I do, I'm going to get this.
There is so much great nutritional (and other) information on this site, and I am personally very grateful to those many knowlegeable people willing to share it. It makes the transition from CW to PB so much easier.
I'm w/ PDL--its a hefty read, and I've read it twice, and feel like I'm still just starting to *get* it. If I were going to recommend reading my fave primal/paleo books in order from most clear/simplified to most complex, I'd say start w/ the PB, then read Robb Wolf's new book, then Primal Body--Primal Mind.
I def. recommend it, but I got confused first reading it (read it pre-PB) a/b macros. Her opinion is that keeping fat really high and keeping protein moderate/low and VLC is helpful in the same manner that caloric restriction/fasting seems to be. BUT, I don't think those macros are *necessary* for folks doing IF regularly (personally.) Realizing more about what she was talking about (only after months and months of reading paleo/primal blogs and resources etc) made it a much more helpful read for me. I also really like her basic supp recommendations. At first I thought it was overkill, but now I am in agreement w/ much of her basic recs in the end of the book.
Definitely a worthwhile read IMO. Just plan to read it more than once.