Give up immediately and fill a gravity feeder with cheap kibble.
Life Expectancy in the Paleolithic by Ron Hoggan was written to refute those that argue they died by age 30 and therefore the diet is unhealthy. Dangerous Grains Ron, though listed as co-author, wrote all but seven pages of the book.
Introduction to the Paleolithic Diet written by Ben Balzer, a family physician in Australia, is probably the clearest introduction on the web. Also see other posts to his blog. It includes many articles exposing dietary and medical misinformation.
A selection of them: The Cholesterol Myth points out there is no evidence that eating cholesterol is bad.
Animal Fats Don't Cause Breast Cancer points out that an examination of a couple of studies that came out in July does not support the claims that media is making for them. This is one of the early articles on this diet. Good overview of man's diet over the past 65 million years.
Long but highly recommended reading. Now part of a very comprehensive Beyond Vegetarianism site. Every argument that your vegetarian friends use to avoid meat for health reasons is debunked here. You won't find many blogs listed here.
Most are either chatter or the author is chronicling their paleo eating or attempts at it. But a bunch of goods ones are now out there, including ones providing primal wisdom: Mark Sisson has the popular and worthwhile Mark's Daily Applethough he is not a strict paleo. He is the author of The Primal Blueprint: Reprogram your genes for effortless weight loss, vibrant health, and boundless energy which has become the best selling paleo book.
The second edition in paperback is now available.
Richard Nikoley has the blog Free The Animal. He loves meat eating. His diet is near paleo, with the addition of some gray-area foods that he likes. These days most of his posts are on food. One recent trend in the paleo community is trying to optimize the proportions of the foods eaten.
If you've read my definition you'll know that I simply define the diet as foods in and out. One of Richard's posts: Methuselah uses his Pay Now, Live Later blog to recount his experiences eating and exercising paleo. He is best known for his videos. The best Paleo in a Nutshell Part 1:The Vegetarian Diet Nutrition Vegetarianism can be a very healthy option but only if your vegetarian diet plan is well balanced.
This means eating a variety of foods including grains, fruit and vegetables, beans, pulses, nuts or seeds, a small amount of fat, with or without dairy products. Eat Like a Dinosaur: Recipe & Guidebook for Gluten-free Kids by Paleo Parents.
The Book is a colorful children's story describing the paleo diet, chock-full of recipes without grains, dairy, soy or refined sugar. [ Top of Page] QuackWatch - site's purpose is to combat health-related frauds, myths, fads, and fallacies.; RadioMD: Stay Well - "benjaminpohle.com is a 'talking' health information source.
We provide vital health and wellness content in spoken word form. Produced in a talk radio, easy to listen to conversational style, our shows feature top guests and experts in the world of health and medicine to. (Part IV of a series.
Go back to Part I, Part II, or Part III, or skip to Part V.). This is a long and detailed article, but it’s very important. I believe the conclusions justify the length: we’re done laying groundwork, and we’re finally starting to build some answers to the original question: “Why are we hungry?”.
Why Dry Food Is Such A Bad Idea. Journal of the American Veterinary Association, 1 December (Volume , Number 11), Timely Topics in Nutrition, "The Carnivore Connection to Nutrition in Cats", Debra L. ZoranThe TC Feline website - too many wonderful essays and articles to summarize here; this is an absolutely indispensable treasure trove of credible information by a pioneer in raw cat.
Sleep, Sleep And Sleep Disorders - People often overlook the importance of sleep, when sleep is actually necessary to survive.
“Poor sleep can contribute to weight gain, headaches, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, an impaired immune system, and attention deficit disorder” (Lai, Wei-Shin).