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Will Paleo survive or thrive?

Answered on November 07, 2011
Created November 07, 2011 at 2:25 PM

Will Paleo be lumped into other diets, or will it make long-term success?

Will be there be a lot of infighting and egos, or can we unite together on the 80-90% we share in common? (I hope for the latter).

Will the internet make us more then just a fringe diet, or can we make it in the mainstream in spite of the negative attacks?

Maybe Dr. Davis of Wheat Belly will join the Paleo movement (after all he shares about 80% in common). I have read the book, and while I disagree with some points, he makes a lot of good points.

See November 7 blogpost of a comment on Calories In and the Primal way of eating. http://www.wheatbellyblog.com/

Timothy Ferris already support Paleo.

Personally, I think we need to check all our egos - because this is bigger than any one person!

We can all learn from one another - regardless of age or education.

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on November 07, 2011
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what an odd question. paleo as a group is irrelevant to the way i choose to live personally. maybe if a national political party were to immerge from our commonalities, i might care more.

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