The Medical Establishment Acknowledges Paleo LifestyleTuesday, October 11, 2011
This article and video on CBS San Francisco highlights the August 2011 Ancestral Health Symposium at UCLA, and the reporter interviews doctors, scientists, researchers, and enthusiasts about the ancestral health lifestyle that has enriched the health and lives of so many dedicated adherents. From the article:
A growing number of scientists, medical doctors and nutritionists have argued that a Stone Age lifestyle could benefit human health and even cure chronic diseases.
The concept behind the Paleo or Primal diet movement is that our DNA, our genetics, have changed little since Paleolithic era or Stone Age. That means our bodies would work better and with greater efficiency if we ate, exercised and socialized like our prehistoric ancestors.
Fortunately, many libertarians have already discovered this anti-state, anti-medical establishment (sorry to repeat myself) pro-individual, libertarian approach to life and health that has turned them from being latchkey adults dependent upon the industrial-food convenience machine into self-directed freethinkers who take control of their lives and health.