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    We need a new name!

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    -Paleo is wrong. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMOjVYgYaG8
    -So we go to "Primal". This name implies Paleo even though Mark lays down scientific and open-ended principles. It's like selling a healthy drink called Cokie Cola right next to Coca Cola (that we all know is bad).

    I eat what I call the Primitive Farmboy Diet. If a primitive farmboy could have it, eat it. Essentially, think of it as Primal including proper grain, legume, and dairy preparation. Essentially, think of it as the WAPF diet, what Weston A Price studied in the tribes he went to. Throw in the cornerstone book "Tending the Wild" by Kat Anderson, who shows ample grain usage in California native tribes, who also shows quite considerable agricultural practices by the natives that we had previously considered "hunter gatherers", and you see that the term "hunter-gatherer" is very dubious. It essentially argues humans have always affected their environment, always been farmers. The term "wilderness" is a myth in a sense.

    The Farmboy Diet COULD be considered the *true* Paleolithic diet (sort of), but that's too confusing for the public when currently "Paleo Diet" is so well-defined.
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    I will start calling my meal plan Savage Fueling
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    If you build it, they will come. If you preach it, they will listen.

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    Are you suggesting that I lead them?
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    Not without first reading Listen, Little Man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiltondeportes View Post
    Are you suggesting that I lead them?
    Sure, why not? You're intelligent. Put up a website. Do some research. Sell Primitive Farmboy Bars. And most of all, pretty much hint at effortless weight loss.
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    Sure, why not? You're intelligent. Put up a website. Do some research. Sell Primitive Farmboy Bars. And most of all, pretty much hint at effortless weight loss.
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    Yesterday afternoon I went to a WAPF potluck here in Atl. The regional coordinator was there, & I recognized her as I participate in their events & I like them, as I/we share much in common. They're kind, cool folks.

    But they had a lot of grain dishes on the table. Even after bringing that up to Debbie, the coordinator, as the only thing I disagreed w/ about WAPF, she insisted it was not a main part of their plan. But 1/2 the dishes on the table were grains & even some pita bread. There were new people there & they were eating everything.

    I chowed on the pot roast, veggies & kombucha/fruit kefir drinks. Excepting the grains, I'm totally down w/ WAPF folks & their food philosophies & methodologies. I even visited the Price/Pottenger Institute last year when I was in San Diego.

    A Farmboy eats biscuits, corn bread, in my mind, because like pigs, milk & veggies & fruits, they are raised or grown there.

    Ancestral diet (whose ancestors?)
    Caveman Diet?
    Paleo is a diet in my opinion, not a well-rounded exercise, sleep, stress-reduction program like we stumbled on here @ MDA.

    Primal is a fine name in my humble opinion, for what & how I choose to eat, move & lounge about.
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