I've been getting like sniffles, blocked noses and sore throats that only last for a few days then symptoms go away. I tend to eat seafood about 3-5 times a week and red meat on every other day. I tend to avoid overcooking by baking these in the... (more)
Does the healing take place mostly because Paleo is a grain free, daily free, sugar free diet. Hard to believe that full fat organic meats aid in the healing process.
Anyone know of several good sources of vitamin B6, preferably low-carb? I know bananas are good, but they're not really my thing. I'm trying to get over a cold and apparently vitamin B6 helps with that....wondering where I can get some without... (more)
143% daily value for b6 in 8oz of salmon. 142% daily value for b6 in 6oz of liver. Decent amounts in meat, throw in a few lbs of plants and you should be good.
Organic greens (spinach, kale, salad greens, etc.), liver, grassfed butter, bone broth, meat, wild caught fish - especially salmon. Good quality extra virgin olive oil, red palm oil. What's not paleo: spam!
Is vegetarian food good for health and thus it help to lose weight?
For me I guess it would be lamb's brain. Very delicate and with a jelly like consistency.
What are you eating most days to meet your macros? Are you eating lots of fatty meat, or eating moderate fat meat and eggs and then adding fats to them like olive oil, nuts, butter, etc? I'm not quite sure if I'm doing this right. I eat... (more)
Hi, has anyone ever purchase sauerkraut or kim-chi from this website? http://www.rejuvenative.com/categories/Raw-Organic-Sauerkraut/ I can't make fermented foods myself for a few weeks and would like to buy something online, since I can't find... (more)
Been following a pretty strict paleo diet for about the past 2 months have had lost a shit tone of body fat I have like and 8 pack now however I have lost a lot of muscle and strength so in gonna change up my diet a little. I think I'm gonna start... (more)
Omega-3 to Omega-6? Vitamin A to Vitamin D? Zinc/Iron to Copper? Honestly, the only thing I try to balance is my o3 and o6. I don't pay much attention to my micronutrient ratios. Is it really essential to keep track of these? I think it would be... (more)
Sodium to Potassium is very important as a contributor to hypertension. The RDA on potassium is 4g/day but most people would be lucky to get half that.
As a kid (a long time ago) I remember having these while we were visiting at a friends home. I know that I liked them, but have never had them since. As I was seeing hundreds of them from our canoe the other day, I was wondering about them. They... (more)
What do you recommend? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitamin_B6 forms of this vitamin are known: Pyridoxine (PN), the form that is most commonly given as vitamin B6 supplement Pyridoxine 5'-phosphate (PNP) Pyridoxal (PL) Pyridoxal 5'-phosphate... (more)
I searched along these lines, but found nothing that came close... So, what foods or macronutrients have you confirmed to be worst for you? Top 5 (or a few more if you can't help it). I know individual results will vary, but it will be... (more)
Okay, so I didn't really fall off, more like I lost my balance. I had two chocolate bars. They weren't even that good. While I was eating them, I was wondering why I was eating them. Predictably, the next day it was much much harder to eat... (more)
I am supposed to have a low fructose diet. What fruits and vegetables should I consider eliminating or using less frequently because of their high fructose content. I do not understand how carbohydrates (bread and pasta) break down to sugar. ... (more)
I know, this question might seem a little basic for most of you, but I really really want to know. So, I am on Paleo, and if you are 100% true Paleo, you should not consume milk/dairy products, sugar and salt. Am I correct so far? Both... (more)
After searching here, I found a list of foods that are good for boosting testosterone. Starting January 2nd, I am experimenting for a year eating nothing but the following foods. Oysters, shrimp, wild fish, shellfish, liver (in the form of... (more)
What main food sources would have tasted best to our caveman ancestors without things like salt and other spices? Not occasional treats like honey and fruit, but main food sources.
Hi there! New to this community. Read a few topics and seems like there are a lot of knowledge on here. I'm struggling with acne, soon 23 year old male. I breakout mostly on my lower cheeks/jawline and forehead. I have tried Paleo before only... (more)
My friend Christian has a useful acne troubleshooting chart on his blog. I am one of the rare people who never had acne before I did paleo and only suffered breakouts after I started eating this way. In my case I've pegged down the culprits to... (more)
Recent outbreak of dengue in my city has affected many of my relatives which has significantly reduced their white blood cell and platelet count. Now traditional wisdom here is to drink variety of fruit juices and I think it is not helping them... (more)
You'd probably want to make sure you're not deficient in vitamin D, zinc or vitamin C. That would ensure that your immune system is pretty robust, but if there were specific foods that increased white blood cells beyond that point, it'd likely be... (more)
I have been eating sauerkraut for awhile and would like to try some more fermented foods. I noticed a variety of Kimchi available by the sauerkraut at my Vitamin Cottage. What is good to eat with kimchi???how do you eat it? Is it good?
You've hit the motherload! Oh yum yum Kimchi! Just pull it out of your fridge, put some in a bowl, or throw the container on the table, and go to town. It's good with eggs, all proteins, make cauliflower fried rice and toss some in with some of... (more)
Okay, maybe it's not Whole Foods Market per se, but maybe the Whole Foods Market lifestyle? I have been shopping at WF for a few years now. It all started when I became a vegan. I went to WF to get the organic vegan food with no preservatives... (more)
That isn't really a question. I'm guessing it might get closed unless you make it a question, rather than a link to your blog. Also, some of your science seems iffy.
Just wondering if Soft foods are more rapidly digesting than less soft foods. I am looking for a sustainable energy source and find that, for example eating a stick of butter(MCTs) and an equivalent portion of lard(LCTs) at different meals had a... (more)