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I’m struggling with binge eating and I’m wondering if anyone has any advice on how to deal with it.  For background I’m in my late 20s and follow the primal diet, although not always rigidly.  In my past I’ve struggled with eating disorders-... (more)

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There have been some issues with Berkey filters - including in 2010/2011 some that people wanted recalled. They are manufactured in China and/or Korea. Any personal experience or what would you suggest? ... (more)

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The biggest scam with the Berky Water Filter is the 20% restocking fee charged by the manufaturer, New Millenium Concepts and their distributors such as Crisis Education.  Only Amazon is a safe bet on not having to pay this outrageous and... (more)

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I have been strict paleo for 12 months now and i have chronic bloating with alternating bowel movements. The bloating has just gotten worse and worse and i have had mutliple stool tests that have all come back negative. No candida, parasties or... (more)

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Pabski 0 · Created on June 18, 2015

I use to have blaoting like this as well. THe smoothie could indeed be the culprit, but for me, it was lactose. Turns out I can have a bit of cheese, or a very small portion of yoghurt once in a while, but no more. I would suggest you try cutting... (more)

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Hi all!I've found some grass fed butter in the fridge and it is sour and a year passed the date.I thought even if the proteins and lactose is spoiled, the saturated fat should be fine. When making ghee you separate the saturated fat from the... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on June 18, 2015

Except that some of the fats are actually PUFAs and MUFAs and those can and will go rancid and it will smell funky - not in a good way.  MUFAs can and do oxidize, but nowhere near as quickly as PUFAs.  There's like 3% PUFA in... (more)

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Hey Guys! So I weight train about 4-5 days a week, and have been sticking to a ketogenic diet for a little while. A couple months back, I would stay in ketosis and have a carb refeed 1 day a week, but now im sticking to a high fat, moderate... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on June 17, 2015

If it's not interfering with your sleep, you're probably fine.

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Some of the answers to this paleohacks question creaky-knees-night-blindness-what-am-i-missing got me thinking about night blindness. Have you had it? If so, please tell me about your experiences with night blindness. Did you fix it,... (more)

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A recent post (see link below) by Dr K suggests that night blindness could indicate an excess of vitamin D, which competes with vitamin A for absorption. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that a significant minority of Paleohackers have pushed... (more)

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Have any vasomotor rhinitis (chronic non-allergenic runny nose) sufferers manage to ???cure??? themselves via food elimination (...i hope so). I have had a runny nose (clear liquid/mucous) for as long as i can remember (all my life), no matter... (more)

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Dragonfly 0 · Created on March 26, 2013

Have you explored Histamine Intolerance?

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I have been reading about inflammation raising ferritin levels. Which made me think, even if your tested ferritin level comes back as a good number, could it still be possible that it is actually at a ???good??? level due to it being raised by... (more)

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Hi Daz -- I saw this a couple of days ago and thought, "This is right up my alley", but didn't answer because I wasn't sure I completely understood your question. I'll give it a try now :) The first part: Which made me think, even if your ... (more)

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From what i have read previously it seemed omega 3 foods (fish etc) was a good source of food, but after reading these studies it suggest otherwise unless i haven't understood them correctly.   I'm just wondering is someone who understand how... (more)

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I think the most important thing to keep in mind is that these studies cannot prove cause-and-effect, because they are not controlled clinical trials (actual application of the scientific method) but rather epidimiological studies... (more)

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hello! I am brand new to paleo, as in I ate a paleo dinner last night & now my breakfast this morning. Could you tell me if I'm following the guidelines well?  For breakfast I had four eggs cooked in coconut oil and a cup and a half of... (more)

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I noticed that people that eat a diet high in red meat look much older than what their age is. They gray and wrinkle faster and have big pot bellies. I notice that populations that eat a more plant based diet of nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables and... (more)

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I think that, in general, high-meat eaters and SAD eaters get lumped together. Many of the plant eating populations who get written up frequently (ie. kitivans and obkinawans) tend to eat whole-food, VEGETABLE (not grain) based diets. Populations... (more)

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Hello! I'm very confused about how to break the three day water fast I'm on. I've heard the more conventional idea that one should have only fruits/juices after a fast, as the digestive system starts to reboot. However, I've also heard that it... (more)

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I just broke a three day water fast and my reccomendation would be to stay away from fruits for a few days or a week to avoid spiking your insulin, but stick to easily digestable steamed veggies with gracious amounts of grass fed butter. The... (more)

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Hi I wonder if you know about studies comparing the effects of Paleo diet with other healthy, non Paleo diets. For instance traditional Maasai diet consisted (exclusively in the case of young males) of meat and dairy products, and those young... (more)

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Why aren't sweet potatoes paleo? Go read Catching Fire: How cooking made us human. Tubers are better for us than most vegetables... Masai are raw milk. Milk is the only non "paleo" item here. Yet I'd wager to say most of us use real butter here.... (more)

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I've just restarted lifting weights after a five month hiatus or so, and want to know if everyone thinks that bicycling at least 20km or so a day is going to be detrimental to both building muscle and recovery. Last year I was following... (more)

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I don't know. I guess, like everything, it depends on your goals. With a program like strong lifts I assume you're looking to gain strength and muscle? Which can be achieved by doing the work and eating the food. I don't think commuter cycling is... (more)

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Hello Paleo People, I'm looking for a recipe for icecream as this is my first summer going dairy-free. On top of the usual Paleo restrictions, however, I also have to avoid coconut and nuts (incl. almond milk) as well as bananas. This makes having... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on June 15, 2015

While not ice cream, there are many fruit sorbets available that could work.  Strawberry, mango, etc.  Find a brand you like without questionable ingredients.  Of course these will be full of sugar. You could also try this:... (more)

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I think I might have this! My skin looks red and uneven a lot of the time. I feel my skin burning (face mainly) when I eat a lot of things like any fermented food and others. Has anyone else experienced this?

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MariaS 0 · Created on June 14, 2015

Have you tried Daosin? :) That's the way without trying a diet

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Been eating Paleo pretty strict for the past 6 months. Drinking homeade kefir for the past month (saw the most improvements here, acne going away, energy levels rising, better sleep and digestion..ect). I have noticed that some days I just feel a... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on June 14, 2015

That's not detox, that's a reaction to fructose likely caused by fructose intolerance.  http://theceliacmd.com/2013/02/fructose-malabsorption-is-is-the-cause-of-my-tummy-troubles/ (more)

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Chris Kresser, on his 11/1/2011 podcast (link starting at 44:40 or so) suggested that you could cure or at least mitigate FODMAP intolerance. Quote: FODMAP intolerance is a sign of a deeper issue. I think it's probably a consequence of... (more)

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Dragonfly 0 · Created on November 25, 2011

Is he speculating, or does he actually describe examples of folks who have mitigated/cured their FODMAP intolerance? (Sorry, I can't stand audio--I need to read it!) My n=1 experience (after 1 year of 99% lacto-Paleo) is that I can do very small... (more)

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Dried beans have been dated to at least 7500BC. I am not bothered by them as some are. I doubt that many get to 100% Paleo - and I presume it’s impossible since so many foods are not clearly Paleo or not Paleo. SO - does anyone see any real harm... (more)

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raydawg 0 · Created on June 11, 2015

Corn is a grain, and while not as bad as wheat, rye, or barley, it still is the seed of a grass plant, and has similar issues.  People with celiac disease can sometimes eat corn, but othertimes it causes issues.  You're wise to at least get... (more)

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Is this even possible? Coconut products don't really seem to agree with me all too well, and was wondering if there was a good alternative? I like olive oil, but the ratio is a bit off. I was thinking about macadamia nut oil? Where to purchase... (more)

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glib 0 · Created on June 14, 2015

agree with April. If you want to go for minimal PUFA. coconut is unbeatable at 3%. Also high oleic sunflower oil should be added to her list as its fat spectrum is very very close to safflower.

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