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Your Microbiome and Obesity

Your Microbiome and Obesity

There has been a plethora of interest in the human microbiome as of late. In fact, barely a week ago, a new study was published, which showed that mice who drank water (laced with huger-suppressing bacteria) ate less, had lower body fat, and staved off diabetes – even when consuming a poor diet.1 This is […]

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Chronic Fatigue and The Paleo Diet

Chronic Fatigue and The Paleo Diet

Hunter gatherers couldn’t afford to suffer from myalgic encephalomyelitis, commonly called chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), an incapacitating condition marked by disabling fatigue of at least six months, accompanied by numerous rheumatological, infectious, and neuropsychiatric symptoms.1 However, in our modern day nearly 4 million people 2 struggle with these symptoms that impact their ability to fully […]

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New Study Casts Further Doubt on Anti-Aging Supplements

New Study Casts Further Doubt on Anti-Aging Supplements

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is one of the most widely consumed antioxidant supplements, but according to recently published research CoQ10 doesn’t function as commonly believed. Earlier this month, a team of researchers led by professor Siegfried Hekimi of McGill University (Canada) published their remarkable findings in Nature Communications.[1] Specifically, they demonstrated that CoQ10 doesn’t behave as […]

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Paleo Diets Proven Therapeutic to Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Paleo Diets Proven Therapeutic to Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Professor Cordain, My wife was recently diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  I found the lecture you gave funded by Direct MS on the Paleo diet.  My wife has already started the Paleo diet.  At the time, it seemed like all the evidence for excluding tomatoes wasn’t in yet.  Are you now certain tomatoes should be […]

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Fight Inflammation with a Paleo Diet

Fight Inflammation with a Paleo Diet

Most athletes are well aware of a fun little word called “inflammation”.1 Tough workouts are a common cause of inflammation. Acute inflammation (the only kind most people are aware of) is actually beneficial.2, 3 But – and this is a big BUT – chronic inflammation is a killer. Literally.4, 5, 6 The difference here is […]

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Dieta Paleolitica: Devemos Comer Como os Homens Das Cavernas?

Dieta Paleolitica: Devemos Comer Como os Homens Das Cavernas?

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Potential Therapeutic Characteristics of Pre-Agricultural Diets in the Prevention and Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

Potential Therapeutic Characteristics of Pre-Agricultural Diets in the Prevention and Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

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Paleo Diet and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Are Emulsifiers to Blame?

Paleo Diet and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Are Emulsifiers to Blame?

We are often asked whether a Paleo diet can be a promising agent for the prevention and treatment of inflammatory bowel diseases. Impaired mucosal immunity in the gastrointestinal tract has been shown to lead to this debilitating condition.1 New data suggests that common food additives, called emulsifiers, could be contributing to the development of inflammatory […]

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How Early Should Infants Eat Meat?

How Early Should Infants Eat Meat?

An infant’s rate of weight gain during the first year of life can strongly predict obesity later in life. Various studies published in recent years have linked cow-milk protein with weight gain for infants.

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Paleo Diet Guide to On-The-Go

Paleo Diet Guide to On-The-Go

One of the biggest challenges people face when starting Paleo is staying on track. When life gets hectic and busy and the lists of appointments, meetings, work commitments, trips, dinner dates and errands start to feel endless, the first thing to get left behind is new and healthy eating habits. With spring’s arrival, it’s time […]

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