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Molecular Biology and Biochemistry

By The Paleo Diet Team
February 20, 2014
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Dr. Cordain,

I've read your book The Paleo Diet® and many, but not all of your posted PDF articles. I find your work and those of your colleagues compelling. There is so much we don't know in the area you are defining. Yours is very important work.

I’m recuperating on a medical leave from NYU after a successful angioplasty and stent – in the nick of time – that opened a total blockage of my right coronary artery, at the end of January, that was precipitated by excessive use of a snow shovel! Hence, I'm more than interested in the papers on your web site for two important reasons: (1) eating appropriately from this point onward; and (2) introducing some of your material into the metabolism section of our biochemistry course. I also teach the molecular biology section as well. Your book will save and extend many lives.

Prof. Gene C. Lavers, Ph.D.

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