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    What Are Your Favorite Primal Relevant Books/Documentaries?

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    Crossfit turned me on to The Paleo Cookbook. When my friend saw that I was liking that he introduced me to MarksDailyApple and soon after that I got and read the book. Now I'm curious for more though. What other books would be good to read? I've seen Food INC and I've seen several recommendations for Fathead, but what are your favorites?
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    Well, besides the obligatory plug for The Primal Blueprint, I mostly read blogs to get my paleo info. Robb Wolf, Free the Animal (NSFW), and Archevore are some of the ones I like best.
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    I really liked fathead. I'm reading Robb Wolf's Paleo Solution right now and I'm really liking it. Its funny and well written.

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    i saw a movie about a cave in france, something like 35,000 year old cave that was sealed when a big rock fell and all drawings were preserved.

    drawings of bison, rhinos, horses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dado View Post
    i saw a movie about a cave in france, something like 35,000 year old cave that was sealed when a big rock fell and all drawings were preserved.

    drawings of bison, rhinos, horses.
    Not what I had in mind, but very interesting, lol
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