Archive for the ‘Paleo/Primal’ Category
After many rumors and speculation, it appears that, yes, Sarah Palin did go the real food route. And good for her for dissing Mrs. Obama’s government war on obesity.
Another paleo-primal success story, and with great photos.
I’ve been reading lots of great stories about one of the great athletes of our time, Kobe Bryant, who recently went paleo-primal. Or, as this author puts it, a traditional diet of … real … food. Grass-fed beef, raw butter, real (non-industrial) eggs. LA Lakers trainer Gary Vitti says that the staples of Kobe’s diet [...]
Archeologists think they may have enjoyed fat, and perhaps bone broth. Here’s one of my bone broth recipes for the modern era.
I’ve seen folks harping on the “paleoness” of White Castle’s Sweet Potato Fries. I hate to burst your bubbles, folks, but here are the ingredients: Ingredients (17): Potato(es) Starch, Canola Oil High Oleic, Food Starch Modified, Rice Flour, Dextrin, Salt,Leavening (Disodium Dihydrogen Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate) , Dextrose, Xanthan Gum, Yellow 5 and Yellow 6, Cooked in Soybean(s) Oil with TBHQ, Citric Acid(Preservative) , and Dimethylpolysiloxane (An Anti-foaming Agent) Industrial [...]
Here is a great story and some remarkable photos of a 77-year-old man with a perfect body who has embraced life and retirement the old-fashioned way: he earned it.
To me, Panera Bread ia a place known for serving dessert for breakfast, and sugar + bread at all other times. Horrible, get-fat foods, unless one sticks to the salad menu. Thanks to consumers becoming more informed and market pressure, Panera has come up with a brilliant solution: a bunch of real food piled into a bowl [...]
Regarding Ryan McMaken’s post on the LewRockwell.com blog on the paleo Caveman Cafeteria in Denver: Austro-Cavemen Lew Rockwell, Tom Woods, Butler Shaffer, Walter Block, and Joe Salerno (newer adherents to the cavemanesque way) were all spotted dining outside of the Caveman Cafeteria. Of course, I was the designated cavewoman driver. The handsome Walter Block was voted “best caveman [...]
The author puts it nicely when he notes the problem is not a lack of food, it’s an excess of food. Going paleo is deciding what you shouldn’t be putting in your body. Here’s the article.
Here are some great Christmas gifts for those who may be marginal on your list (after all, we do have to cut off the Christmas List at some point). I love these “Paleoified” books by Lauren Pope. And they are only $2.99 for Kindle! Beware, for these are all real food recipes: coconut milk, meat, [...]