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Evolution and  High Protein Diets Part 3

Evolution and High Protein Diets Part 3

Did you miss Evolution and High Protein Diets Part 1? Click Here to Read It! Did you miss Evolution and High Protein Diets Part 2? Click Here to Read It! DIETARY PROTEIN: HEALTH AND WELL BEING Establishing Cause and Effect between Diet and Disease One of the challenges faced by nutritional scientists when they ultimately […]

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The Wheat Series Part 3: Setting Off the Bacterial Alarm Bells – With or Without the Bacteria

The Wheat Series Part 3: Setting Off the Bacterial Alarm Bells – With or Without the Bacteria

Did you miss The Wheat Series Part 1: Wheat and the Immune System? Read it HERE. Did you miss The Wheat Series Part 2: Opening the Barrier to Poor Gut Health? Read it HERE. It’s a battle that’s been waging for millions of years. Viruses, bacteria, and a variety of pathogens looking for a nice […]

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Type 2 Diabetes and Endotoxemia

Type 2 Diabetes and Endotoxemia

Currently there’s an epidemic of type 2 diabetes (T2D) worldwide, especially in Westernized countries. T2D is characterized by persistent elevated glucose levels due to disrupted insulin action or an alteration in pancreatic insulin production1. It was estimated that 171 million people were suffering from T2D in 2001, with a total overall population prevalence of 6%. […]

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Obesity: The Pandemic You Can’t Afford to Capsize the Boat

Obesity: The Pandemic You Can’t Afford to Capsize the Boat

Unfortunately, 70% of the United States is now overweight.1 And nearly half of that 70% is obese – a truly scary prospect for the future of our nation’s health.2 But despite this alarming obesity epidemic (technically it is a pandemic, because the entire world is suffering from this problem) there has never been more debate […]

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Dr. Loren Cordain on WildTalks Paleo | The Paleo Diet

Dr. Loren Cordain on WildTalks Paleo | The Paleo Diet

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Quit Getting Tricked Into Sugar

Quit Getting Tricked Into Sugar

Sugar – is there a more popular word for dieticians and nutritionists? Interestingly, economists have also been talking about the pure white stuff – but in a different context than the standard ‘insulin and cravings’ discussions. A new piece in The Atlantic discussed just how much money is spent on selling Americans sugar, every single […]

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Fly the Nest Paleo Style

Fly the Nest Paleo Style

Beginning with the day we arrive on the planet and ending when we make our final exit, our lives evolve in stages. Our first years can be characterized by a complete dependency on other human beings, without whom we could not survive. As we grow and develop from childhood through most of our teens, we […]

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“Eating Meat has Known Health Benefits” — WHO

“Eating Meat has Known Health Benefits” — WHO

As you probably already heard, earlier this week the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which is the World Health Organization’s (WHO) cancer agency, categorized processed meat as “carcinogenic” and unprocessed red meat as “probably carcinogenic.”1 What you might not have heard is that in an accompanying Q&A document, the IARC also said, “Eating […]

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Running Out of Breast Milk? What To Do

Running Out of Breast Milk? What To Do

Hello Dr. Cordain and Team, My wife and I are Paleo adherents ever since we learned of the Paleo diet about 5 years ago. We have a 9 month old little daughter who we are trying to raise according to Paleo principles as best we can with regards to diet and lifestyle. Initially, our daughter […]

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Greetings Dr Cordain! Thank you for your work on nutrition and health and the Paleo diet! I find myself wanting to share my story with you!

In 2006 I was diagnosed with colon cancer. I was 46 years old. I had surgery colon resection and chemotherapy with good results. Today, I remain cancer free. I made some dietary changes at that point, eliminating alcohol, soda, red meat and peanuts from my diet. I felt…