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Anyone know of anywhere you can get brief written summaries of popular paleo podcasts? Something with just the essential info, if you dont have the time or inclination to listen to the whole thing? Would such a service be of interest?

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raydawg 0 · Created about 11 hours ago

Many podcasts, such as Chris Kresser's or Dave Asprey's, or Robb Wolf's have transcripts that you can scan, fast read.  Not all, but many.  Usually in the show notes. i.e.... (more)

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I try to eat a varied diet but find sticking to a few micronutrient rich staples a really good base to start from, so i was wondering what your staple foods are? I'll start by sharing mine which are simply Mackerel, Potatoes & Bananas! I find... (more)

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glib 0 · Created about 7 hours ago

sardines, rice, natto, sprouts, avocado, roots, apples, olive oil. These foods I eat most days or every day. 

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I go to my local Stew Leonard's and find a bag of in-house made sweet potato chips. The ingredients read: Fresh sweet potatoes, 100% pie soybean oil and salt. I was craving something crunchy. Is this ok or no?

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raydawg 0 · Created about 20 hours ago

No problem on the sweet potato chips, but problem on the soy oil.  That makes it fall under the crap-in-a-bag category. Find a different brand. Avoid: soy, corn, "vegetable", canola, cottonseed and other industrial seed oils.

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I've been doing a low carb diet successfully for a few years now, and feeling great.  I was able to get the diet working really well and slim down with lots of energy, minimal toxins, and loads of micro nutrients. (at ~40-90g total carbs per day,... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created about 20 hours ago

AFAIK, it's called "Carb Backloading" - it works because you limit the amount of carbs to just one or two nights a week (2 nights apply only if you work out a lot, i.e. professional level).   If you start eating lots of carbs around the clock... (more)

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I eat highly nutritiously. I include a vegan vitamin d3 spray and b12 sup. 

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MattMatters 0 · Created on April 19, 2015

I just joined this site, but isn't this site a paleo site?

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I am confused. All of the recipes that call for almond flour or other kinds of nut flour... I have read on different sites on the computer that you can make your own almond flour etc. But in your article on lectins you say that we need to limit... (more)

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Hi, I'd like to strictly follow the PHD suggestions and one of these is that it would be better to eat 3 egg yolks per day, preferably raw. I'm thinking to drink them as egg yolk powder because it's easier to store and I prefer not to eat the egg... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on April 18, 2015

It's a processed food, and likely the beneficial cholesterol in the yolks is now harmful oxidized cholesterol.  I wouldn't.  It's very easy to separate the yolks from the whites: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqGTyqk0G50 (more)

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I guess I should have asked this question before I wrote a book about my success with it...but does anyone in the paleo community care for this?  I mean we are so picky about what we eat but not the chemicals we put in our mouths?  If this is... (more)

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I realize this is the millionth acne thread and I apologize if it's redundant. Just looking for some input. I have struggled with adult acne for a number of years and it used to be primarily mild to moderate cysts in the hormonal region. It... (more)

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So, sauerkraut has, according to testing carried out by Dr. Mercola, a very high probiotic content (see links). My question is if these beneficial bacteria really survive to where they are supposed to go? I know that probiotic capsules such as... (more)

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glib 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

Most bacteria die in the stomach. But some make the trip, specially those imbedded in the kraut. More will make it if the eater has low stomach acidity. They then go on to populate the intestine under favorable conditions.

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How do you guys feel about it. I begin adding it into my breakfasts to stay full until the next meal

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raydawg 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

Chia might not be all that great.  It turns into a gel when exposed to water, and that gel isn't exactly digestable and may cause fat and other absorption issues, even though the type of fiber is beneficial for our gut flora.   Further,... (more)

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Any suggestions to help me deal with ravenous night hunger? I keep giving in and eating strips of bacon and larabars

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Janknitz 0 · Created on April 19, 2015

I agree with Raydawg--eat more at meals--eat nutrient dense foods, plenty of natural fats.  And go to sleep if you're hungry. 

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Corn is bad?? I thought it was a veggie bacon. Should I do away with it altogether since it's in the grey area?(I can live without it)but this nitrite/nitrate nonsense has my head spinning.  eggs. How much is too much eggs? I'm kind of an egg... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

Corn is a grain, while it's not as bad as wheat, rye, or barley, it still contains gluten analogues and still causes many issues.  People who have celiac disease commonly show reactions to corn.  Avoid it.   Eggs, you can eat as many as you... (more)

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I don't know what I'm doing wrong but I'm not losing any weight at all. I'm starving at night. Super frustrated. Maybe too much fruit with my meals. I actually binged tonight on breakfast egg muffins I premade for the week and a larabar. Help!! My... (more)

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mn72285 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

Have you been exercising? I would cut out all of the fruit for 2-3 weeks and see how you stand then. You can substitute it with a non-starchy vegetable to help fill you up.  

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raydawg 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

Neither.  It's better for a pre-diabetic to go on a very low carb diet, maybe around 50g of carbs per day.  A better diet would be to get most of your calories from good quality fats, consume 3 palm sized portions of meat, and a very small amount... (more)

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No brand names please.

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foodrevolution 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

Liquid or solid depends on the temperature. What you want though is UNPROCESSED coconut oil, i.e. it should say "virgin", "raw", and preferably also be certified as organic. Processed coconut oil is as poisonous as margarine.

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Hi, I tried looking up the answer to this in the forum but didn't see anything. Is it ok to cook with green pasture HVBO? Is it ok to put it in hot coffee for bulletproof coffee? Does high temperature oxidize it or kill off any of the beneficial... (more)

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I just started clean eating and have been on paleo for about a month now. Not many ill effects (thank goodness) and loving the way I feel! However, looking ahead to this fall, I am traveling to the Bahamas for 3 months for a study abroad/volunteer... (more)

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mdarling95 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

Great advice! Will definately be doing some research tonight thank you!!

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I have been Paleo/ Primal for over three years. When I first started, I lost 20 lbs in 6 months (to the point of being a little too thin). Over time I have put weight back on (some being muscle) but lately I am having a hard time losing weight. I... (more)

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Hello, I have recently changed my diet to the Paleo diet. I'm 9 days in, and I feel great! I have lost 9lbs, and feel way better, I'm no longer bloated, and my skin is looking much healthier. I am a marathon runner, and my usally race weekend fuel... (more)

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Basmah 0 · Created on April 16, 2015

If you have the right training, and keep monitoring your health - talking to your doctor often, getting checked, eating and sleeping well, etc etc - you should be fine. Make sure you build up on healthy fats along with the carbs. When you... (more)

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