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Saw some folks on your site warning people about certain non-gluten grains like "buckwheat"...as a food science and licensed health practitioner let me inform you please that Buckwheat is NOT a grain at all but comes from a fruit similar to... (more)

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Consuming buckwheat occassionaly is fine, it is not a grain but is a seed as is classified in the paleo-diets as a pseudo-grain. It is a great source of nutrients, but it also has some anti-nutrients. But it is definetely a better option than grains. (more)

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I've seen a lot of talk about hydrolyzed collagen being easier to absorb or something, or that our body cannot use gelatin. Anyone have references to back this up? I way prefer the idea of homemade broth (not to mention it's helluva cheaper), but... (more)

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Anyone know what Dave from Paleohacks is up to?I've just opened his recent email and he's pushing a crappy, spammy, free-set-of-steak-knives-and-secret-to-six-pack-abs program (called the Core Activation Sequence). For something that's supposed to... (more)

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I'm having trouble getting enough calories every day anyway, and it feels at times like I am near constantly eating and cooking. This really negatively affects my quality of life. I feel tied to my house, because I have a difficult time packing... (more)

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I apologize if you already do this, but I would strongly suggest spending maybe 1- 2 days a week (Sunday and Wednesday for instance) preparing and cooking meals for the entire week. It will make a huge difference if all you need to do is just take... (more)

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Just wondering if this was routinely offered somewhere or just through cutting edge studies 

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Some studies are now saying that the Neu5Gc in red meat may cause cancer, whats your take on this? If this is so then how come traditional societies didnt seem to get cancer from eating meat?

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"Long-term exposure to this sugar in mice caused a five-fold increase in their chances of developing cancer."   Are mice carnivores?  Are mice humans?  What was the original chance of said mice to develop cancer? 1 in 10? 1 in... (more)

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I'm a nursing mother.  I deal with severe autoimmunity and have been on the autoimmune paleo diet for about a year.   I seem to negatively respond to dairy, perhaps even organic sources of dairy.  My child seems to be sensitive to cow's milk... (more)

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You could get natto, or you could buy actual Vitamin K2 pills.   Edit: to expand on this:   Sadly, natto is made from soy, and would likely be estrogenic.  I don't know for sure whether the bacteria that ferment it would break down the... (more)

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Hi there, Long time lurker, first time poster. I???m a recovering hypoglycemic ??? I haven???t had the extended GTT or anything like that, but both my parents were diagnosed with this in the late 80s and I know I have it based on my experiences.... (more)

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Welcome! I've been diagnosed with hypoglycemia and tried my doc's dietary advice for awhile. I gained weight and was a slave to food. The blood sugar crashes on the "eat 6 times a day" program were awful. Since I discovered Paleo, I'm amazed at... (more)

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Lately I have been suffering from horrible, almost constant heartburn - that occurs both with an empty and full stomach. I have started Betaine-HCL and NOW Superfoods, and definitely experience relief, especially when taking the former. However,... (more)

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There are three things that cause reflux in my opinion. Weak connective tissue that leads to a hiatal hernia. Pure speculation, but I would eat more copper, zinc, gelatin, magnesium, fat soluble vitamins (especially vitamin K). Upwards... (more)

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Hello, My sister just got pregnant by accident. She is young and not ready to have a child. We are thinking about abortion. But we are having a hard time to find the possible side effects. Do you know were we could find reliable informations on... (more)

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What foods are an extremely high source of vitamin c that do not come from citrus or nightshades?  I suffer from autoimmune diseases and probably adrenal fatigue.  I'm not getting enough vitamin c in my diet currently.  I have some gut issues that... (more)

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 If you want to get into less common foods in the West (which are very common elsewhere), sea buckthorn, certain rose hips and camu camu are best, with concentrations far exceeding any common food. of the commonly available foods, kiwis are the... (more)

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what happens if I eat an english muffin two or three times a week? Does that ruin the diet? Also, what limit to the three real meals a week?  Like a hamburger?  Bad?

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Yes, it does ruin the diet.  Some people insist that cheat meals are ok and advise this to others.  They aren't ok.  Wheat and other gluten containing grains cause a lot of damage, even in people who don't obviously react to them.  It does take a... (more)

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The recipe uses the ramen noodles uncooked, crumbled up for crunch. What can I substitute? Looking for something very similar, it already has seeds. Could I do something with rice noodles? Besides frying

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Yes I'm substituting everything to be paleo but I would like a substitute for ramen noodles.

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Hi all, I started eating 100% paleo about 10 days ago, and have seen no weight loss. I work out 5 days a week (cardio and yoga, starting strength training now). I'm 20 years old, 5' 6", and weigh 146. My normal weight is about 130, but I recently... (more)

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Paleo is not magic, it takes time.  10 days is far too little to see any results.  Many diets may claim you'll see results that quickly, but the only thing you'd lose is water weight when you cut out carbs and some salt.  That doesn't reflect on... (more)

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I was wondering if anyone else had an issue like this. I actually felt fine before I went paleo but did it for health reasons. Now it seems everything I eat makes me bloated. I have no other issues at all, so I don't think it is FODMAP related. I... (more)

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I'm confused about which nuts are truly Paleo -- macadamia but not almond and walnut? Apparently macadamia nuts are the only nuts that don't have any inflammatory properties, yet almonds and walnuts are widely acceptable in all the Paleo literature. (more)

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DorothyO 0 · Created on June 27, 2015

Mr. Dawg, Wow.  That is the best answer I have found in all the Paleo info hunting I've done.  I've been eating 12-14 macadamia nuts everyday, for about two weeks, having switched from the same amount of almonds and walnuts after reading something... (more)

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I am currently eating a diet of mainly white rice (as a safe starch), eggs, coconut oil and ghee, and small amounts of meat/fish and green vegetables. I really don't like eating vegetables so my diet doesn't get much fiber aside from the small... (more)

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You have posted several questions (and never a single answer about anything) about avoiding vegetables and vegetable hate. Whether you like it or not, whether you think it is necessary or ideal or whatever in the abstract, maybe you should just... (more)

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Firstly, white rice has a glycemic index of 100 - 120 Secondly, white rice has very little nutrients and antioxidants compared to fruits and vegetables Thirdly, white rice has been linked to diabetes and heart disease in several studies Higher... (more)

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Varelse 0 · Created on August 07, 2012

Because "safe" isn't just about GI load and Paleo/Primal isn't just about weight. For someone who does not have problems like obesity, diabetes, or other insulin related problems, and is active, some white rice every now and then isn't a big deal.... (more)

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Hi all,  This question is actually for my partner. Two months ago he was tested for blood glucose and had a reading 20.6 mmol/L (fasting). We were told the 'normal' range for blood glucose is about 3-7 mmol/L (fasting). (He did do a huge WOD... (more)

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Hello Elle,   I would argue that your husband would focus mainly on consuming protein and healthy fats if he wants to gain weight in his condition. But he should be high in fibre when consuming high amounts of fat and protein. It would be... (more)

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I eat a moderate carb paleo and work out(strength) and walk regularly. I am also on a very strict budget of only 40-50 a week. I prioritize good quality meat,  mostly organic veggies (at least the "dirty dozen"), and eggs (generally organic... (more)

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For protein and fat sources you could consume meat, eggs and fish. (Also liver and other organs) Regarding cheap sources of carbs you could opt for Cassava, plantains, sweet potatoes and Yams. But if you are on a cheap budget you could also... (more)

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