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  • Fruits are your friends - a primal rebuttal

    This dude is getting worked up, but makes some interesting points.

    Fruits...are your friend - YouTube

    Anyone seen this? what are your thoughts?

  • #2
    Fruits are friends....not food. Lmao. I actually had a hard time getting past the first minute, but explain to me how this is a primal rebuttal? Ah, well I see he gets on a sugar rush a bit later (I think he may need to cut back on his intake actually). Meh, he seems to rant and rave without any substance.
    Last edited by Neckhammer; 11-12-2012, 07:57 AM.

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    • #3
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      • #4
        Seemed to me that he was saying grains are good and you should eat lots of sugary fruit!

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        • #5
          He seems pretty dead on. Processed foods and unsaturated oil fats being the worst offenders. He never mentions grains specifically but mentions wheat in a bad light. He mentions paleo negatively in the low-carb light but to many people, like myself, it is more of a natural non-processed food approach.

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          • #6
            I don't get how people could get such amazing results in terms of body comp following a ketogenic diet if gluconeogenesis happens in a state of muscle catabolism. I think many people have proofs that he's wrong, even the bodybuilding crowd uses CK diets.
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            • #7
              I don't think it has to equate to a net muscle loss he may be implying that it simply is not optimal or natural due to, in his opinion, it being an adaptive response which is not natural but a work around to the issue of being under carbed.

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