Food Quality Questions
Jan 05, 2014 14:21 By Jack Hardy John Cisna from Iowa, US, lost nearly 40lbs during an experiment that saw him eat every meal at his local McDonald's restaurant 1532 Shares Share Tweet Email A daring science teacher who survived... (more)
I was wondering your opinions on the best way to store meat. After buying a big pack from the store, should I cook it all, and reheat as I need it, or would it be better to keep it raw and cook it each time? I don't know if this is all based on... (more)
So, since I am in college and eat primarily out of the cafeteria, I have absolutely no control over food quality. With that, I still manage to eat low-carb paleo, but I am curious as to just how important food quality is to my weight loss. I... (more)
try to get food that are grilled, when i was in the dorms my staples were beef and i'd take some hydrolyzed geltain w/ it or you could do beef jerkey....lots and lots of whole milk, fruit, rice, potatoes
I just saw the link for Mat Lalonde's (aka the Kraken) appearance on Jimmy Moore's Ask The Low-Carb Experts podcast. Reading the topics they covered have me pretty excited about this ... Mat takes his "I'm a hardcore Harvard PhD biochem" bad self... (more)
Everybody's seen the common recommendation: if eating conventionally-raised animal product, stick to lean meats. An old caveman's tale? What's so bad about conventionally-raised animal fat? Let's see the data, not the party line. I have a... (more)
I'm not considering it just yet, but in my travels I have definitely discovered there is a disparity between certain locations and the availability of really awesome Paleo food. It's a relatively subjective question and depends on the individual... (more)
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