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  1. Exactly what I liked about it - the fact that it...

    Exactly what I liked about it - the fact that it isn't from someone in the primal/Paleo community.
    Andrew Marr is quite well respected, and always does quite good documentaries!
  2. Oops! Thanks a bunch. It's in this YouTube link:...

    Oops! Thanks a bunch. It's in this YouTube link: http://youtu.be/r4ocT84tzFQ and it starts around the 5 minute mark, but the whole thing is quite interesting :)
  3. Andrew Marr's History of the World episode one

    Hi all,
    Andrew Marr's History of the World is a fantastic documentary which, in the first 30 mins upholds the Primal lifestyle and explains very nicely how grains have made humans unhealthy and...
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    That's Awesome! You looked like you were about to...

    That's Awesome! You looked like you were about to fall asleep in your before shots, and now you look really young and awake. Keep up the fantastic work
  5. Thread: A New Life

    by LauraDork
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    Oh yum, That casserole sounds good! When I make...

    Oh yum, That casserole sounds good!
    When I make dinner, if we are having something that traditionally would go with pasta, I will use my v-slicer to make zucchini that looks like spaghetti (you just...
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    On my road to Primal (it's been happening for a...

    On my road to Primal (it's been happening for a while and I am still reducing my carb intake), a big portion of the reason to go Primal for me was for depression. Whilst it is something that will...
  7. Thread: Hello!

    by LauraDork
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    Hello!

    Hi everyone,
    I am a 24 year old (female) who lives on the Central Coast of NSW Australia.
    I have been dabbling in Primal for about 6 months now (I say dabbling, but all I have been doing is wasting...
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