Paleo Community Questions
So his squarespace website has been closed likely no longer willing to pay for hosting. I wish he'd left a blogspot site up. But, for those, like myself, that found great success with his approach to a healthful diet here is an internet archive of... (more)
I have heard so many theories about genetic diversity and that some races are more carb-sensitive, sickle cell theories and other ideas that based on RACE and our ancestry that we have acquired certain adaptations, resistances and mutations,... (more)
Ok, I'm terrified I might say something racially insensitive here, as I'm not black myself, but nikkianetra has a point about food deserts. Could be the socioeconomic status of many and where they live, could also be culturally/traditionally... (more)
So from Northern Ireland, currently living in Belfast and am intrigued if there's anyone else the same? Alternatively, if there's anyone coming to Northern Ireland and want some hints and tips or any recommendations on where to go or how to get... (more)
Trying to discover the extent of the Paleo community in the UK, where are the hotspots? numbers in or around our location. OK so if you stop by and are from the UK please leave a note stating where you are and what your personal experiences... (more)
I was in Cambridge/Canterbury, now in Norfolk. There's also a thread on this here.
Recently, in my humble opinion, there has been this shift of almost anti-paleoism coming from the "paleo" community and I am curious where everyone thinks this movement is headed. I was reading a recent response by Melissa McEwen's, who I respect... (more)
There are many versions of Paleo, but there is consensus about general things. Collected from all the sites out there, here is how you do Paleo. No grains, no legumes, no processed sugar, no processed foods. Eat wild animals, do Intermittent... (more)
Is There anybody out there looking to fully live the paleo lifestyle? Everyone knows it's the key to optimized health and ability. But part of the lifestyle is working together. Anyone interested in living paleo in a warm climate, maybe such as... (more)
Many of us have expressed how exciting it would be to see a really good Paleo restaurant come about and succeed. Not only would that give us a great option for eating out, but its success would surely spawn others to follow suit. I've exposed my... (more)
If you were able to ask the paleo community a question about their collective paleo diet experience, what would that question be? Something that would produce interesting data and provide insight into the community as a whole.
Almost everyone seems to be in the US - keep reading really good recommendations about suppliers over there. Perhaps I should move! Would love to find others in Australia to find out where you buy food from etc? Anyone?
One of his recent posts explains that he is busy. Unfortunately he doesn't spend all his time on the Panu website. He has a job outside that website and other responsibilities. He has a considerable number of posts on his site, I know I've read... (more)
Last week, while once again idly indulging my fantasy of having Kurt Harris over for dinner, it occurred to me that there could be a good idea in this with general relevance. Here's the thought. If you eat paleo and you're in another city, it's... (more)
Next summer there will be a two day event bringing together numerous experts to explore health from an evolutionary perspective. See the announcement here: http://www.ancestryfoundation.org/ Click on the "presenters" tab to see the A-list of... (more)
I'm self employed and work from home so I don't have much time to attend to Twitter, but I love following my paleo/primal/healthy tweeps. I tried today to suss out some more but all the fitness tweeps I saw (who are following me ... why?) are... (more)
http://wefollow.com/twitter/primal is a good resource. You can also search for the #primalchat hashtag. Every Wednesday we all use it to let off steam and chat about things.
I'm applying for a PhD in Anthropology. My research focus is not so much on the biochemical and nutritional components as in the social components of the Paleo movement: questions from 'Can the world population be healthfully sustained on a paleo... (more)
I would like to start off by saying that I do like this website, but am wondering if there is a paleo community or board or forum that isn't monitored so strictly that anyone on here recommends? Is there a place that I could discuss politics,... (more)
I saw some posts with posters asking if there were any members in their area, so I thought I'd give it a shot...I doubt I'll get any responses but it's worth a try, right? There's a vegan meet up group here that's pretty big and popular, but I'm... (more)
I lived there for three years. My sister goes to school there, though now she is abroad. I visited there with Chris Masterjohn last summer and had a good time. The farmer's market in CU is pretty great (Triple S has good meat), the Common Ground... (more)
I haven't caught up with too many people that are Paleo around here. I was wondering if anyone out there is living Paleo here in Central Maryland, near Baltimore?
I live in Hunt Valley, MD. Oddly enough, though, I work in Portland, OR, commuting back to MD as often as I can. Portland has a very active Paleo community; Baltimore not so much.
I've been around PH for a while now and have gotten kicked off many times because I was told I wasn't a good "fit" for this site, quoting Patrick. To you Moderators, can you not delete this post and let it sit for a little bit? My question is... (more)
How has this diet been for those who have it done it a minimum of a year? What do you like about it, result wise, and what results haven't you liked?
This is an important site because it reveals the enormous improvement paleo eating has on autistic children. It's amazing. But why the odd message when trying to access this site?
I notice that a lot of the responses to Derrek Rose were that you have to get over some hump, or challenge, or make some change, or do something, or change your perspective, or go back to school. This really pisses me off because don't we know by... (more)
Sometimes people need emotional support and coping tools, even if diet is the problem. Sometimes you have to know when to reach out a supportive hand to a fellow human being.
I have heard plenty of comments about keeping Paleo 'smallish' for certain [usually selfish] reasons. Some people push the 'sustainability' argument. But that's been discussed in another thread. I think most of you know where I stand, given that... (more)