Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other.
I am a horse for a single harness, not cut out for tandem or teamwork; for well I know that in order to attain any definite goal, it is imperative that one person do the thinking and the commanding. Albert Einstein
I really like Robb Wolf. The Paleo solution has a lot of science in it and he explains stuff well but in an informal way. His podcasts are also very laid back.
His biochemistry knowlege may be not as good as Mat Lalonde but he is very science based.
Robb Wolf. The extra B is for BYOBB.
You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!
I looked at Robb Wolf's website and do not see an explanation for why he is anti-dairy. Also, he seems to be anti-saturated fat, at least much more so than the folks here. Seems like a couple pretty strong differences between RW Paleo And Mark's PB. Am I missing something?
The best thing about Robb Wolf (and the reason he's famous) is not his book or his website, it's his podcast. He gets the science and he's got practical experience training other people and training himself. He also has a very flexible approach to paleo and won't hesitate to change his mind when he sees good evidence (i.e. he's not dogmatic). Plus, he looks like he's a lot of fun in real life and he seems to be a real decent human being.
If you don't know much about him and don't know where to begin, just watch this: Blast From the Past
It's a talk he did at SUNY New Paltz and it's ridiculously good. He explains the logic behind paleo in a superb manner for uninitiated people.
PS. Does anyone know Robb's current position on fresh peas and green beans? Mark says they are ok on his blog but Robb seemed to be strongly anti-legume.