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    Did anyone watch Dr. Oz talking about Paleo?

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    This was surprising. It would have been more fun if Rob Wolff was there. I also wish they had talk about primal living as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayla29s View Post
    This was surprising. It would have been more fun if Rob Wolff was there. I also wish they had talk about primal living as well.
    Why do you waste your time watching that quack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artbuc View Post
    Why do you waste your time watching that quack?
    I don't I tuned in when I heard Cordain was a guest. Chill

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    There was a pretty good discussion about it here.
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    That's why I watched, too, cayla.. And thought it was good.

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    I thought it was ok, although I wish Dr. Cordain would have been more involved in the conversation. It seemed a bit sanitized emphasizing vegetables and showing salmon as their choice of meat on the Paleo Plate. Probably were trying to make sure not to freak out the CW audience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck416 View Post
    I thought it was ok, although I wish Dr. Cordain would have been more involved in the conversation. It seemed a bit sanitized emphasizing vegetables and showing salmon as their choice of meat on the Paleo Plate. Probably were trying to make sure not to freak out the CW audience.
    Yeah it was kind of "Paleo Lite". But not a bad way of getting the anti grain message out there. They just lumped them all in under "inflammatory foods".

    And Dr. Cordain isn't nearly as easy on the eyes as the cute lady in the black dress. So she gets the airtime. That's entertainment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck416 View Post
    I thought it was ok, although I wish Dr. Cordain would have been more involved in the conversation. It seemed a bit sanitized emphasizing vegetables and showing salmon as their choice of meat on the Paleo Plate. Probably were trying to make sure not to freak out the CW audience.
    What does CW stand for? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom23kids View Post
    What does CW stand for? Thanks
    carb whores?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z0oom View Post
    carb whores?
    Tacky, dude.
    It stands for Conventional Wisdom.

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