Last edited by tatertot; 08-21-2015 at 03:20 PM.
I went over there a time or two to try to read up on it, but stuff was so buried & sometimes reads like a foreign language. It was nice to have a short & sweet translation. I also loved coming here just to read ppls results & be inspired.
in a knot thinking newbies are going to read the potato thread and do that instead of primal.
Post in here when you get that thread up and running.......................
Ray Cronise is a good guy. I have been reading his blog for years. Comments started showing up in a blog about losing weight eating potatoes. I made a few comments on his blog and Ray emailed me his phone number asking me to call him. We spoke at length about some research he was doing and papers he was getting ready to publish. He told me none of his work involved a 'potato diet' and he implied he didn't want to be the 'potato guy'. He said he used potatoes as a bit of a distractor in that potatoes had been villified by so many groups as an 'evil carb'. This is all in the comments of his blogs, so I'm not divulging anything here.
I started this thread and then emailed Ray to see if he wanted to join in. When he saw it, he asked me to please just send people over to his site as he didn't have time to devote to defending his work on Mark's Daily Apple. Ray came over here last year on a thread about Cold Thermogenesis and we had a good time Q&A'ing with him about the benefits of cold. I thought he may want to do the same with potatoes, but sadly, no.
So, no evil intent on my part. I think we can talk about this more later after his work is published and becomes public domain, but for now I am happy to watch you guys try it out and see where this all goes.
Last edited by tatertot; 08-21-2015 at 03:21 PM.
I don't think that I could ever be characterized as being the biggest fan of the potato hack, but I never got the impression that Otzi was out for self-aggrandizement.
I'd say we need to be a little less quick with the name calling on the forum.
To which she replied that she wished she were climbing a mountain.
<insert a So there. Nananana boo-boo here>
And speaking of mountains... out of molehills.