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    ALWAYS follow your doctor's advice, especially in regard to FAD diets!!

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    Here is a panel of experts from a major network news source:

    Primal/Paleo is not for everyone, it's for those who have committed to understand.
    READ THE BOOK! ...as Robb Wolf says: "Trying to convince people to save their own ass will burn you out."

    Vegetarians are the enemy of everything good and decent in the human spirit, and an affront to all I stand for -- the pure enjoyment of food. Anthony Bourdain

    and yes, calories DO count my little piggies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moochy View Post
    Here is a panel of experts from a major network news source:
    "Basically"--look into camera and assume a wise tone--"eat less and move more".

    ROTFL.


    Thanks, Moochy. I love your finds. That was amusing in a slightly horrifying way.



    I'll think I'll now go and spend three hours digging some roots for breakfast, which I'll then eat raw. Fortunately, as I'm a 21st century man and there are antibiotics I shan't get my "first heart attack until [I'm] in [my] eighties".

    These three clowns are medical doctors? They're about as well-informed and thoughtful as three random characters off the street.

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    Yeah my life is sooo busy now, all the time I spend digging up roots; actually I'm too tired to do that cos I'm hungry all the time.

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    So paleolithic man lived only into his teens and was starving all the time and the paleo diet means you dig for roots all day, eschew antibiotics and basic sanitation and eat everything raw? Good lord! I think the corporations are running scared. By god, don't stop eating all our packaged goods, advertisements coming up in just a minute.
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    Starting squat: 45lbs. Current squat: 170 x 3. Current Deadlift: 220 x 3

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    Evidentaly the Doc has not done very much research on the diets he dissed. Whether he agrees with them or not is one thing, but to just make crap up describing a diet is stupid, irresponsible, ignorant, etc.

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    “Always listen to your doctor!” (said in a swami, hypnotic like voice) “Drink the (artificially sweetened) Kool-aid of CW!”
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    It's interesting how people think of hunter gatherers as Suvivorman, especially when all you have to do to learn a little bit about them is watch a documentary on Netflix. Not starving, not spending all their time procuring food (and when they do, it doesn't bother them), and old people do exist in the wild!

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    Back in the early days of the US the capitalists were busy trying to figure out ways to turn the poor into workers. They couldn't stand how the poor could just go out and hunt and forage and if they managed to obtain a cow and a few chickens, well they then couldn't be forced to work no matter what you tried to tempt them with. And if the poor don't work you can't extract much wealth out of the world. So the first thing they had to do was make hunting illegal and then they had to make laws that made owning enough land to be self-sufficient very difficult. Nowadays, that's all pretty much taken care of and so now what they have to do is try to scare you into taking what is left of your self-sufficiency away, which nowadays involves your health. God forbid you don't need all those medicines they advertise. God forbid you stop consuming artificial food. God forbid you opt out of the health industry. Don't stop taking your medicine. Don't fall for those fad diets where you eat food that isn't in a package. We want you delivering money to us to the day you die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timthetaco View Post
    It's interesting how people think of hunter gatherers as Suvivorman, especially when all you have to do to learn a little bit about them is watch a documentary on Netflix. Not starving, not spending all their time procuring food (and when they do, it doesn't bother them), and old people do exist in the wild!
    A lot of times, I think Lewis and I are the only ones who have ever read any accounts of Hunter-Gatherers. I highly recommend this book for anyone who thinks life was "nasty, brutish, and short" for our ancestors:

    http://www.amazon.com/Stone-Age-Econ.../dp/0202010996

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