I've been good about strictly taking in 0 calories during my intermittent fasting, but recently, I've decided to embark upon 1 full-day fast every week. Unfortunately, I've also been turned on to the idea of "superfoods"--namely, cacao, bee... (more)
I really appreciate all your guys' answers. Some thoughts: Dave Asprey (@bulletproofexec) had a shaman on his podcast last week that said coffee taken in a detoxed state commonly achieved through intermittent fasting can open neural pathways... (more)
Ok so basically, I used to have HORRIBLE allergy problems, then I went full paleo in jan and found out i'm wickedly gluten intolerant and won't touch ANYTHING remotely filled with wheat... I've been doing full paleo with a cheat once a month... (more)
Just curious what your experience has been. I"m taking about a tablespoon to 1 1/2 tablespoons for 3 weeks now every day, so far my vision has improved and my muscle definition has also improved even though i barely ever exercise. I also feel more... (more)
I'm very consistent, about 5-10 times a day. Weird huh? I find this interesting because it's such a small number too. Most people wouldn't even be bothered by this, but I went ahead and got tested for allergies. Lo and behold, I now know I'm... (more)
I only sneeze if something obvious like a bunch of dust flies in my face. I don't sneeze every day. Allergies are a leaky gut issues. Heal your gut and your allergies will slowly get better if not disappear.
Thinking about incorporating bee pollen into my paleo plan. There is a ton of information regarding this super food, but am curious as to other take on this? Has anyone tried it and if so what were the obvious differences?
If someone is purely paleo, should they by definition be immune to seasonal allergies to pollen and grass etc? And if not, are there paleo solutions to the seasonal allergy problem? Would paleolithic man have dealt with allergies? What's the... (more)
What say you all? And also what about bee propolis and royal jelly. I have seen two different primitive groups scarfing down those honey combs. I don't see a problem with separating the various goodies out. But then, what about veggie caps? ... (more)
Anyone tried consuming bee pollen or raw honey on a regular basis and notice and improvements? There are a lot of claims out there (e.g., http://www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/bee.htm) and I'd like to hear some experiences. (more)
Since childhood, I knew that if I ate raw apples, my throat would shortly itch like crazy. I was allergic, although luckily not life threateningly so, but didn't why it only happened with raw apples, not cooked. I guessed that cooking must... (more)
I hear all kinds of talk about allergies being 'cured' by consuming honey that is native to your area (with the thought that if you consume pollen used to make honey in your area, you will develop some sort of tolerance to the local... (more)
I've heard this too but the way I got rid of my seasonal allergies was to go grain and sugar free for a couple of months. After that I added back white rice, potatoes, and fruits in small amounts.
Is there more hype than substance surrounding this "miracle food"? Is propolis in the same boat? http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/11/24/honey-bees-for-cancer-treatment.aspx (more)