Men’s Health on Going Paleo

Thursday, December 27, 2012
Posted in category Paleo/Primal

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.

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2 Responses to Men’s Health on Going Paleo

  1. jeannie queenie says:

    December 27th, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    An excess of food indeed. Methinks this was a federal worker’s problem when he was targeted by the Feds for flatulence. If you have ever had the distinct and stinky displeasure of being around someone like this guy, you know it is not fun. Not sure if this guy was into burritos or not, but tend to think that grains and corn would aid in the flatulence fiasco. Come to think of it, I believe this guy was lactose intolerant which would account for the horrid odor. My favorite comment following the article was this one here. “Kenneth Nelson—
    Federal employees are expected to fart around all day. I don’t know what the big deal is.”  The formal reprimand issued to a federal worker is here–Note the two diff stories he was told to follow when releasing gas in his module…one said ‘turn on the fan’, and the other said, “no way, it will spread the odor”. Either way we know the shtf every day with the feds.

    This comment here takes second place to the aforesaid one of Ken Nelson.
    “This employee has absolutely nothing to worry about, since the ACLU will soon be on the scene to defend his right to speak his mind at work. How dare anyone try to muzzle him? Normally, when someone is a horrible slob, bothers everyone around him, makes the workplace miserable and stinks the place up, they give him or her at least $120K a year at the Federal Government and make them the district or regional manager. I thought that was a pre-requisite for promotion.”    Can’t stop LMAO!

  2. jeannie queenie says:

    January 16th, 2013 at 1:16 pm

    “Going paleo is deciding what you shouldn’t be putting in your body.” And for all you folks with families that can’t afford to pay $20 a pound for grass fed anything, be sure you don’t put this sht in your body, espec if you take the kids to a fast food joint…which you should NOT…latest from Doc Merc.

    The Russians won’t even allow this crap into their food supply, but ya know, the good ole US of A..hey, they can do anything including poisoning their own citizenry…putting chopped up rubber in meat and add ammonia.

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