But I'm sure they're all having the same discussions about ketosis and high blood glucose/insulin being the devil, just like we are. For the average person who does an internet search for Paleo, they'll find a pretty remarkable overlap between this and Atkins, which is I'm sure why this person is confused. And what are some of the more commonly provided links for further research/understanding into a paleo lifestyle? Westman, Phinney and Volek, people who recommend high fat, moderate protein and low GI carbohydrates, an induction-level ketogenic diet by design. And what else did they write?
New Atkins for a New You: The Ultimate Diet for Shedding Weight and Feeling Great.: Eric C. Westman,Stephen D. Phinney,Jeff S. Volek: 9781439190272: Amazon.com: Books
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Some in the paleosphere can't seem to get out of induction. Just because it's pasture raised and full of vitamin K doesn't make it any less Atkins, especially when the explanations for how both diets work (given from the respective dieters) are practically identical. Only difference is we have Grok.