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    How do people rate Following the Primal Blueprint Approach, with Success?

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    How do people rate Following the Primal Blueprint Approach, with Success?

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    More energy, better health, stronger, tastier food...so all good.
    Eating primal is not a diet, it is a way of life.
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    I rate it numerically.

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    I rate it with bacon.


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    I rate it by the number of spambots we attract. (Look at 1st post's sig above.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    I rate it by the number of spambots we attract. (Look at 1st post's sig above.)
    That's actually not a bad measure.

    Consider that the rate of growth of the forums here and the interest in Primal in general means that people have enoug incentive to program spambots to hock their products, websites, and anti-primal messages here. If we'd stayed small and unpopular, there'd be no such incentive. It's the whole "Mac vs. PC" virus debate all over again.

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