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Can low glycemic veggies lead to Paleo World peace?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 11, 2011 at 5:28 PM

The recent "Stephen-Gary" food fight motivated me to ask my first PH question. Here goes. My diet consists of 16-18 cups of low glycemic,organic, vegetable soup made with grass fed beef bone broth, one lb. of grass fed cow/lamb and one teaspoon of sea salt plus spices.The soup usually contains 12 oz of sweet potato or some beets. I eat this over three meals at 10, 2 and 7 o'clock.Two or three times a week I eat a cup of white rice when I feel "hungry". I have two oz. of grass fed cream at dawn and at bedtime. I have no desire to eat anything else. I have the flatest stomach , best muscle development and softest skin of my life and I'm 55yo. Doesn't my diet answer both sides? It is absolutly delicious/satisfying to me and would be to much of the paleo community. But very few "normal", SAD people can eat much of it. Maybe a small bowl, certainly never more than one meal a day, never more than two days in a row. It appears they think it tasteless. I evolved toward this diet over six years of refining Barry Sears' Zone diet.I "learned" to eat more and more veggies and less grains/ fruit to avoid hunger from a "Taubes-Sears" insulin spike. So I can't fathom what the controversy is about. They are both right! I backed into a lifestyle proving both theories. No SAD pleasure reward involvement. No insulin spikes. No food "addiction", just a huge unwavering nutrition "addiction".

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on September 27, 2011
at 08:55 PM

Please e-mail at [email protected] and I'll send you my list. I have hesitations making my recommenations public, since I have some serious caveat about each of them.It's a long drive for you and I don't want you to feel ripped off nor do I want my caveats made public since I have to still deal with them. Thanks

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on August 11, 2011
at 08:50 PM

Jack's just a big, old oooogggler! ;)

Cbb1134f8e93067d1271c97bb2e15ef6

on August 11, 2011
at 08:50 PM

+! - As per the quote sherpamelissa wrote: AMEN!!!!!!

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on August 11, 2011
at 06:27 PM

I <3 your tags!

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on August 11, 2011
at 06:07 PM

Does my new title make any sense boys? Any advice if not?

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on August 11, 2011
at 05:37 PM

Thank you Travis, but I didn't say cow/lamb muscles meat, I said cow/lamb. Rest assured I include four -six ounces of liver and two lbs of kidney eaxh week.

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on August 11, 2011
at 05:36 PM

Thank you! "The assumption that there's one single narrow theory which explains all obesity and health is idiotic."

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on August 11, 2011
at 05:32 PM

this is more of a good answer to the other thread than a new question. http://paleohacks.com/questions/57172/can-taubes-and-guyenet-both-be-right#axzz1Uk1PlJtt

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on August 11, 2011
at 05:32 PM

As someone who pretty much eats the same thing every day, I have to say that I like your style, though this topic seems to be a duplicate. Not that it has any relevance to what you're saying, but I'd recommend adding some liver to your stew if you haven't already.

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Af1d286f0fd5c3949f59b4edf4d892f5

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on August 11, 2011
at 06:12 PM

"I have the flatest stomach , best muscle development and softest skin of my life and I'm 55yo."

I think a good high resolution picture would really help us determine how to help you best.

Cbb1134f8e93067d1271c97bb2e15ef6

on August 11, 2011
at 08:50 PM

Jack's just a big, old oooogggler! ;)

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on August 11, 2011
at 05:33 PM

The assumption that there's one single narrow theory which explains all obesity and health is idiotic, but it's just that assumption which drives these sorts of arguments. Both Gary and Stephan have interesting stuff to offer which is neither totally wrong nor totally right.

That said, in this particular instance, GT pretty clearly came out the worst. I don't recall Stephan arguing that food reward was THE explanation for all health problems, but GT took him to task as if he were.

7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

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on August 11, 2011
at 05:36 PM

Thank you! "The assumption that there's one single narrow theory which explains all obesity and health is idiotic."

Cbb1134f8e93067d1271c97bb2e15ef6

on August 11, 2011
at 08:50 PM

+! - As per the quote sherpamelissa wrote: AMEN!!!!!!

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on September 27, 2011
at 08:25 PM

Hi Shah, I am sorry but don't have an answer for you but am trying to figure out how to let you know that I would like some contacts you mentioned on my holistic doc question in FL. I replied on my questions but there is no way you would have known that. Thanks! Flip

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on September 27, 2011
at 08:55 PM

Please e-mail at [email protected] and I'll send you my list. I have hesitations making my recommenations public, since I have some serious caveat about each of them.It's a long drive for you and I don't want you to feel ripped off nor do I want my caveats made public since I have to still deal with them. Thanks

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on August 11, 2011
at 06:44 PM

They are each right about some things and wrong about other things — like everybody is. But on the issues where their beliefs directly contradict each other, they cannot both be right. It is mathematically impossible.

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