Anyone read Grain Brain and what did you think about it?

Answered on October 10, 2013
Created October 09, 2013 at 7:38 PM

Anyone read "Grain Brain" and what did you think about it? Seems to be a new name to the Paleo community. Never hurts to have another person with impressive details carrying our message of course, with some extra research behind it.

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on October 10, 2013
at 11:21 PM

Read and loved!

He makes a couple of strange comments (one about the blood type diet) that I can't recall, but overall an excellent book.

He also recommends a blood level of 80 ng/ml for Vitamin D3, which pleased and surprised me.



on October 10, 2013
at 10:10 PM

I listened to it via audible. Good book, similar to Wheat Belly, but also points out something that should be obvious - gut lining cells are similar to the blood brain barrier, so if something can make it past the gut lining, causing leaky gut, it can also get past the blood brain barrier and cause havoc there.



on October 10, 2013
at 06:11 PM

I am extremely interested in this book, and will be reading it very soon. I am very interested in neurodegeneration and how lifestyle/diet and prevent and/or treat such conditions. I recently attended a very informative talk by a PhD student on ketogenic diets being therapeutic for these conditions.

OK, so I didn;t answer your question yet. I will get back to you once I read the book :-0

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on October 09, 2013
at 08:03 PM

I thought it was a good read. I don't agree with everything I read. I've actually read so many of these kinds of books they meld into one. I prefer Wheat Belly, although again I don't agree with some of his non paleo stuff.

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