Tonight's call is Mark Sisson and Frederic Patenaude!

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Created February 11, 2011 at 6:36 PM

  1. Tonight's call is Mark Sisson and Frederic Patenaude!

This call is one that many of you have been looking forward too...

In fact, I have too!

Mark Sisson advocates a low carbohydrate diet, while Frederic Patenaude speaks about the complete opposite - high carbohydrate.

Each will answer questions that challenge their beliefs so be sure to be on this call with us!

To listen to tonight's call, all you have to do is visit this page:


What do You think on this event? Will you listen? The previous call and expert were very informative.

One is the author of the primal blueprint The other is an Raw foodist

Maybe its to seperate calls after each other or they mix it.

"... Tonight, you will hear arguments for the HIGH carb diet vs. the low carb diet.

Both speakers - Frederic Patenaude and Mark Sisson - are extremely knowledgeable and I, for a fact, know Frederic and Mark have come prepared to share some of the best research available on both sides of the coin. ..."

The call will be starting at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST!



on February 12, 2011
at 12:02 AM

EST is NY time.



on February 11, 2011
at 08:27 PM

The call will be starting at 8:00 PM EST / 5:00 PM PST! EST is New York time isnt it?!

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on February 13, 2011
at 02:48 AM

This is great and all, but it is not really a Paleohacks question/post...



on February 13, 2011
at 11:02 PM

That was pretty good. Reading the comments, however, raised my blood pressure to quite high levels. One user posted many excerpts from "The 80/10/10 Diet Book", with information that is so horribly incorrect and skewed that I can't believe this book was actually published. Check this out:

From The 80/10/10 Diet book by Douglas Graham

Page 32

When we eat a high-fat diet, the sugar gets trapped in stage 2 [bloodstream], and the body works overtime, sometimes to the point of exhaustion and disease, in an effort to move the sugar out of the bloodstream. Meanwhile, the sugar backs up in the blood, creating sustained, elevated blood sugar that wreaks havoc on the body in the form of candida, fatigue, diabetes, etc.

Page 40

Most Type 2 diabetics produce plenty of insulin. Dietary fat hinders its function.

Page 41

Diabetes is but a natural stepping stone on the low-carb, high-fat path to health devastation.

Page 42

When we eat low fat, the sugar in fruits passes easily into and then out of the blood.



on February 13, 2011
at 07:09 AM

The Sally Fallon talk today was better & the Johnny Bowden talk on Tuesday was absolutely wonderful. You can find the talks on Vimeo if you search "The Great Health Debate".


on February 11, 2011
at 07:49 PM

I'd love to! What time does it start?

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