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How to Take a Paleo Vacation – Day 1

August 27, 2010 |

Today, my wife and I left for a weekend trip to celebrate our anniversary. We’ve driven about 2 1/2 hours north of home, to Arizona’s high country. For us, the anniversary of our exchange of wedding vows is an opportunity to spend some time together and to get out and enjoy the rewards of our fit Paleo Lifestyle.

What does this mean? Who have we become? No time for psychoanalysis here. Onward.  Read More

How a Crappy Diet Can Lead to Criminal Behavior

August 24, 2010 |

Considering nutrition’s role in gene expression, all doctors in all specialty fields, including psychiatry, ought to have an active interest in the latest nutrition studies.

This is a fascinating video featuring Dr. Russell Blaylock. It starts off at an almost Freakonomics pace, with the good doctor delivering one interesting statistic after another.  Read More

Evolution: the Human Edge

August 21, 2010 |

NPR is doing a fascinating series called: How Evolution Gave Us the Human Edge.

This should be of particular interest to those of us looking to the past to make decisions about what is healthy for us today. Read More

Sugar, One Important Carbohydrate — Yeah.

August 21, 2010 | | One Comment

Sugar is everywhere. It’s added to appetizers, main courses, desserts, and the syrupy beverages that wash it all down.  How did this happen? No one really seems to think this is a good idea. As off-base as proponents of Conventional Wisdom can be, even the most mainstream of physicians, nutritionists, and personal trainers will steer you away from that bleach-white carbohydrate…and sugars in other forms, too, like High Fructose Corn Syrup. Read More