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It's on Youtube at long last. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3qNEeqCACwo EDIT BY PATRIK: You are free to criticize what the The Quilt/Kruse espouses (and I am certainly not a fan) -- HOWEVER, please moderate your... (more)

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WOW! Despite the fact that many have commented that Dr. Kruse speaks much better than he writes, I was still so very confused as to what the main take aways from this presentation should be. So, here are a few notes taken directly from the... (more)

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Hi, I'm trying to figure out why is sour cream making my stomach really upset, while yogurt is fine. Isn't sour cream fermented as well? I prefer the high fat, and the highest fat yogurt I can find around where I live is 7%, and it's much more... (more)

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do I have to buy a lot of equipment for bread recipes

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Bread is not paleo, so no, if you don't eat bread, you won't need any equipment.  I suppose you could eat some paleo friendly versions of bread, but should you decide to eat those, know that they are a huge source of carbs, and not recommended. ... (more)

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I've found a stable symptom free dietary point eating very low fat fish and scallops and white rice with occasional beef. However this diet isn't very tasty. Whenever I introduce more fat, I get fatigue, extra sleep, mood effects and IBS. It's... (more)

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What fermented foods have you tried, as Dragonfly commented on? Have you tried digestive enzymes? http://www.iherb.com/Now-Foods-Pancreatin-High-Potency-4x-500-mg-250-Capsules/716?at=0 (more)

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I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism, about 6 months ago...I was under extreme stress at the time and fell into a fog that did not go away until just recently. I daught out an endo on my own accord because my physician said u are... (more)

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The_Quilt 0 · Created on October 07, 2011

You need a new doc fast.....

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So a friend who's family member was asking about Paleo and OCD. The person with OCD has been doing low-carbish Paleo (50-100 grams carb/day) with supplements for 4 months (was doing Faileo before then ...) and certainly has helped with health and... (more)

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I think mental health diagnosis can often become self-fulfilling prophecies, and it's hard to get better because you identify yourself with the diagnosis; becoming a bad emotional cycle/rut. Honestly, the things that most help my OCDish... (more)

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Hello, I just wondered if there is anyone on here who is currently living in Germany? I recently started eating paleo and I really love it but I'm feeling a bit isolated here as I don't speak German yet (and have no.idea where to find fellow... (more)

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Hey, I am. I live in Berlin :)

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Does hair somehow hold cholesterol for the sun to transform into vitamin D, then transport it back to the skin for absorption?  I've been researching how furred animals get their vitamin D - anyone have a good article on this matter? I'd really... (more)

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A friend of mine has several maladies, including migraines and blood sugar swings, that led me to suggest that she experiment with a ketogenic diet. The tricky part is that she also has problems with low appetite and losing too much weight.... (more)

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What are the nature of her blood sugar swings?  Is one of her maledies gastroparesis or gastric dumping?    Low Appetite is a tough struggle, and probably related to blood sugar. Not every type of blood sugar swing causes hunger, nor is every... (more)

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Assuming I ate a high phytic acid meal and 3-4 hours later, I ate a low phytic acid meal, would the phytic acid remaining from the first meal affect the nutrients in the 2nd meal? Or would the phytic acid already be 'flushed' from my body prior to... (more)

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you'll....i mean she'll be clean in a week

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 Hello I've been reading that fat from unhealthy animals contain harmful substances that pasture raised animals do not. so right now I'm having a hard time  affording bacon that hasn't been pasture raised, is it better to not to eat bacon at all... (more)

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It's true that you are not just what you eat, but also what your food ate.   But, once in a while, a bit of bacon isn't going to harm you.  It's mostly MUFA, which is what's in good olive oil (without the healthy polyphenols, which are likely... (more)

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Please help me hack my friend. Anyone have insight as to how Lyrica causes weight gain? Does it increase appetite? Slow metabolism? Cause problems with conversion of food? I can't find a straight answer from any searches. She seems to think that... (more)

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I not sure how much help I can be but I can offer my experience and one possible suggestion. I've been on Lyrica since late last year for peripheral neuropathy (non-diabetic, idiopathic) and was previously quasi-paleo then went full paleo in June... (more)

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So, my 75-year-old MIL just got her bodyfat tested. At 5'2" and 125 lbs, it's 44%. Her doctor's recommendation is to get her weight between 106-118 lbs; her set-point for many years was about 110 lbs, but she now has osteopenia and almost no... (more)

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Tony_Fed 0 · Created on November 09, 2011

The answer is "sarcopenia", the age-related loss of muscle mass that happens starting around the age of 30 if you don't actively work to preserve your muscle mass. At 125, your mother-in-law is not overweight, she is "over-fat" because her muscle... (more)

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Hi I'm a single mum and self employed massage therapist so slicing off the tip of my thumb a few hrs ago wasnt the best plan. It's been cleaned and dressed and I've had a better look at the damage in the process. Nice clean cut above, but... (more)

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it will probably grow back, but perhaps not to its previous fullness. ive always dressed these kind of wounds with a mix of oil of oregano and bentonite clay. it sounds crazy but it creates a protective and antiseptic barrier and seems to speed... (more)

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It has become such a stigmatized topic that I get immediately written off when I talk to people about it.  How do you introduce it in an unassuming way?  Or what do you say to reverse the effect of "I don't believe in what you're doing and it's... (more)

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Was talking to a Pilates teacher today: her doctor (traditional western medicine) advised her to ditch dairy and grain for her joint pains. It worked... She was obviously unaware she is now following a Paleo-ish diet, but her doctor may not be so... (more)

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I am interested in reclaiming my health and feel paleo may be the way to go. What would be the most effective first step be for me? I work irregular hours so for starters, consistant sleep is an issue for me. Thanks

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If you do a search on NomNomPaleo.com blog you will find some useful tips for people who work night shifts.  Blogger Michelle Tam worked night shifts as a hospital pharmacist (she calls herself a "pill pusher").  She did it for many years but... (more)

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Hi everyone, I am 5'4, ~130-135lbs and hovering around 30% body fat. I walk 2 miles to work every day and 2 miles home, in addition to Crossfit somewhere 4x a week before work. I'm having an extremely difficult time dropping anywhere under my... (more)

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The wife and myself set out on our paleo journey some 2 1/2 years ago and in the first year or so great. We both lost weight, i'm down 35lbs the wife around 14lb ..... however since the weight loss i have remained at the same weight for at least... (more)

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First it might be a good idea to get medical checkups just to rule out any medical issues.  Make sure you get a REAL, thorough check of thyroid function.  Excess calorie restirction may cause thyroid issues--you may need to increase calories.  If... (more)

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Can someone explain to me why magnesium negatively impacts sleep for some people (if taken too close to bedtime)? I know most people sleep better when taking magnesium close to bed, but there are some of us (me, included) for whom the opposite... (more)

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One possibility: magnesium may not cause sleep problems. For example, it could be that some individuals with sleep issues may be especially interested in alleged sleep aids such as "Natural Calm" in the first place. And one may be more tempted... (more)

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Hi all - so I've got celiac, MS, leaky gut, anemia, insulin resistance, fluctuating blood sugar/cortisol, hypochloridia and SIBO. kind of cured myself of PCOS just via eating PALEO (now get period regularly, but i still have insanely high DHEA)... (more)

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I had SIBO, was treated and got cured. SIBO is actually very easy to treat. I am surprised too many people are still suffering from it.  I advise you NOT to go into juicing. First of all, it will not cure your SIBO. I am not sure it will aggravate... (more)

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