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    I think the Paleo umbrella is large enough to have a spectrum of many eating styles, sugar-eaters included. Primal is just a flavor of Paleo, just as PHD is another flavor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YogaBare View Post
    Haha, yeah. They got to me! He wouldn't approve of the fish but I personally I can't accept that cold blooded living creatures are the same as veg oils.
    Yeah, I really like fish, so I am torn on that aspect, but luckily I love shellfish! I think Peat protocol is actually very Paleo; the only departure from other Paleo protocols is the sugar. But the recommendation comes as a supplement, not necessarily your main source of calories. Not much different than many other supplemental recommendations that serve their purpose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j3nn View Post
    Yeah, I really like fish, so I am torn on that aspect, but luckily I love shellfish! I think Peat protocol is actually very Paleo; the only departure from other Paleo protocols is the sugar. But the recommendation comes as a supplement, not necessarily your main source of calories. Not much different than many other supplemental recommendations that serve their purpose.
    I can't accept the fish thing... to me comparing fish to veg oils is like comparing white potatoes to white sliced bread

    Sugar has become the new saturated fat, but that's a matter for another thread
    "I think the basic anti-aging diet is also the best diet for prevention and treatment of diabetes, scleroderma, and the various "connective tissue diseases." This would emphasize high protein, low unsaturated fats, low iron, and high antioxidant consumption, with a moderate or low starch consumption.

    In practice, this means that a major part of the diet should be milk, cheese, eggs, shellfish, fruits and coconut oil, with vitamin E and salt as the safest supplements."

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    Actually had this yesterday but just have to brag a little. I had two pounds of crab legs,two dozen raw oysters,about 3/4 pound peel and eat shrimp and half a dozen small sushi rolls. This was a reward dinner for moving a very heavy sleeper sofa for my inlaws.
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    For my 4a.m. Breakfast.... 2 strips bacon, 3 eggs, 12oz. Coffee with cream, coconut oil and pinch of sugar.

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    Breakfast: can of tuna on green salad with lots of olive oil
    L: at work so bought roast fennel and orange salad from a stall nearby (I work in our cities fresh produce market- lucky me!) and had it with their homemade mayo (just egg yolk, olive oil salt and vinegar!)
    Snack: almond butter with cacao mixed in with a carrot, coffee with coconut oil in it
    Dinner: salmon and sweet potato patties, more mayo!

    Super fish Friday!!

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    2oz 100% baking chocolate with 4 pieces of bacon and a tablespoon of ghee (sounds weird, but really delicious)
    3 eggs and a bratwurst sausage over sauteed cabbage
    Looking back, sort of a weird day of food...

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    Boiled eggs, Applegate farms hot dog, large top sirloin grilled steak, BAS -( cucumbers, grape tomatoes, romaine, carrot, green onions, cabbage, balsamic vinegar EVOO), hot chocolate (cocoa,coconut milk, stevia, water).

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    Because posting pics is fun:

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    Two salmon fillets with white rice, assorted veggies and a glass of red wine.

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    Coconut flour brownies - dark chic chip and coconut flavor - with frozen banana slices.

    Om le freaking nom.

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    L: Eggs and mushrooms with grilled ham and pumpkin. Nectarine with whipped cream. Truffle balls.
    S: Cheese.
    D: Sweet and sour pork steak with veges. Coleslaw. Strawberries and cream.

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