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    Malpaz I just spent some time in your blog and...

    Malpaz I just spent some time in your blog and wanted to say, well, wow. Amazing improvements. I haven't been following the paleosphere too much lately (work) but the difference between your actual...
  2. I just noticed this thread. wow Some comments...

    I just noticed this thread.
    wow
    Some comments

    1. Primal Fuel is a *meal replacement*. Do the math, the price is not that outrageous if you compare it to 30 meals
    2. The Primal approach is...
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    I do! One of my favorite movies of all time. ...

    I do! One of my favorite movies of all time. There's actually a bar called, literally, "The Slaughtered Lamb" in NYC (west village) which I used to love until it became way too touristy. It's still...
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    Primal Fuel for Babies?

    I was talking to some people a while ago about how frustrating it is to look for healthy baby formulas. Given that there is a pretty strong consensus throughout the medical community about the...
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    Sticky: Any Spanish speakers around? www.vidapaleo.com

    Any Spanish speakers around?
    www.vidapaleo.com
  6. Thread: Acne?

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    @Jess: +1 with NoSaladWithoutMeat. There are...

    @Jess: +1 with NoSaladWithoutMeat.

    There are supposed to be many structural similarities between gluten and casein, to the point that, in some people, the presence of one can trigger the reaction...
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    nice, thanks for sharing

    nice, thanks for sharing
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    Potatoes are optional. They don't give anything...

    Potatoes are optional. They don't give anything we need that we can't get from meat and veggies, and their glicemic load can be detrimental to some. If you have no metabolic issues and can pull them...
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    Thanks for the link Acmebike

    Thanks for the link Acmebike
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    *Edit: You are right Karma, I misinterpreted the...

    *Edit: You are right Karma, I misinterpreted the last paragraph mentioning the AMA

    Also, the federal government should be ended, regardless if it gives any explanations or not
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    All your improvements (ED, circulation, hair) are...

    All your improvements (ED, circulation, hair) are very likely a consequence of improved circulation and also healthier levels of testosterone. Which also means youŽll probably start seeing...
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    In the face of contradictory evidence

    The American Medical Association owes the American public an explanation. And the mainstream is starting to ask for it. A must read.

    Nutrition Journal: In the face of contradictory evidence:...
  13. np guys. It's really incredible that nutrition,...

    np guys.
    It's really incredible that nutrition, given it's huge impact in our health, is not given the priority it obviously deserves.
    The amount of information being generated that contradicts...
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    When I had a vegetarian gf, I used to serve 3...

    When I had a vegetarian gf, I used to serve 3 things: Meat, Vegetables (cooked and/or a salad) and some sort of starch. I had the meat and we only shared the vegetables. Worked pretty well most of...
  15. Teaching Doctors About Nutrition and Diet

    At this pace, we might live to see CW fall

    http://nyti.ms/a0AQBj
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    The way I see it, any habit we try to incorporate...

    The way I see it, any habit we try to incorporate in our lives that goes against human nature is probably unsustainable.

    PBers tend to stick to the PB due to sheer hedonism. This might not seem...
  17. I think it's not too far fetched to make an...

    I think it's not too far fetched to make an analogy between an emotional binge eater and a binge smoker. It's increasingly clear that, in some cases, carbs can be addictive, so for some (me...
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    +1 +2

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    Absolutely Katt, wish I had known what I know now...

    Absolutely Katt, wish I had known what I know now 15 years ago. (But then, wouldn't we all?...)
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    We're going mainstream folks

    Robb Wolf's book is a New York Times best seller. He also got interviewed in NPR: http://goo.gl/kMHN
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    http://bit.ly/bwahIy

    http://bit.ly/bwahIy
  22. Lets all gather together and sing Kumbaya while...

    Lets all gather together and sing Kumbaya while we enjoy the infallible umbrella of security provided by our very smart and capable bureaucrats.

    They have already approved that food companies to...
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    For some reason, dragonmamma's post still makes...

    For some reason, dragonmamma's post still makes me laugh. It haunts me. I wonder what would Freud say
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    +1 on PianoLady's remark about Leptin Resistance....

    +1 on PianoLady's remark about Leptin Resistance.

    I think there are two key ideas to be taken into account:

    1. The body, supposedly, has a body-fat setpoint it tries to maintain. Poor...
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    My two cents: - Try cutting dairy. It's not...

    My two cents:
    - Try cutting dairy. It's not clear why, but many people seem to have trouble losing weight until they eliminate it from their diet.
    - Experiment with Intermittent Fasting. Sometimes...
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