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Next Up - More From Bella Health TipsPaleo Diet: Myths and RealitiesPaleo Diet Truths Myths Debunked By Dr. Loren Cordain Ph.D. 20What We Eat In A Day (Paleo)Pilates Workout For Lean Legs | Healthy Paleo Diet + Fitness EventsPete Evans – ‘The Paleo Way – Putting It All Into Practice’Paleo Diet Studies Show Benefits Previous articlePaleo Diet Breakfast — Discover 2 Finger-licking And Lip-smacking Paleo Breakfast Recipes Next articleHigh Carb Paleo Diet and Foods 62 Comments rolx losdx says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm two things. 1. if this is saying paleo is wrong simply because of its extremism and lack of addressing our evolving to consume other things in combination then that automatically means being Vegan is just as bad and delusional 2. this fails to address the fact, while in its condescending tone, that the human gut evolves at a million times the rate of the rest of the species. there are more and more people born with gluten allergies when it was once rare, and other predispositions for carb based energy sources. astridaiko says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm I will not accept this critisism of the paleo lifstyle! I love my bacon and eggs cooked in butter every morning too much for that. Potatos and lentils are toxic, but cholesterol never harmed anyone right. Tell me i’m right SuperKoolBanana says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm +astridaiko I am so relieved! sorry about that 😛 sarcasm does not come across well in text. I have a sister who is a paleo drone, and have very little time to second think a comment to them at the moment. But, yeah, if you go all paleo on us, my previous comment stands! 🙂 astridaiko says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm +SuperKoolBanana Steady on don’t go bananas man! T’was only sarcasm!! SuperKoolBanana says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm +astridaiko No intelligent person will tell you your right buddy. What you have said is ignorant and plain stupid. People can cure multiple diseases with potatoes and lentils as the main foods in their vegan diet. Educate yourself, please. Liya J says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm the paleo community is actually pretty lenient when it comes to dairy tolerance, as well as reaping the benefits of modern living. regardless, when it comes down to it paleo is just “eating real food”, why are we bickering over minusha like dairy and legumes, when most of the world is still eating shit Diego Sheish says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm Point in case: nutriologists, biologists, biochemists, and anthropologists know more than yogis and marathon runners about human biology, so why listen to the latter? Peter Njoroge says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm +Diego Sheish hi everyone ,if anyone else wants to discover paleo diet benefits try Elumpa Paleo Eating Alchemist ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my m8 got amazing success with it. Diego Sheish says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm Ah, well said, I thought we were speaking of bodies not minds. But you’re right about that, I wouldn’t dismiss the knowledge of a yogi so lightly. BarBarJinks says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm Thank you for the reply Mr. Sheish. I certainly understand the concept of correlation does not imply causation. That’s first year psych stuff. I just believe that life is more than what the so called scientists tell us. You can measure many things, but can you measure the mind? I would humbly suggest a reading of Krishnamurtis book, The Awakening of Intellegence. Diego Sheish says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm +BarBarJinks I used to think that way about marathon runners years ago. I mean they can run a whole marathon, they have to know their stuff, right? Well, not so. Although they do sort of know what works for them, people can also make the assumption that correlation implies causation. They could have changed their diet while training for a marathon and they associated their natural progress with the diet change. They can make the assumption that because it worked for them it’ll work for everyone. Like a lactose intolerant person recommending everyone to be lactose-free, or people with celiac disease recommending a gluten-free diet, or people with epilepsy or diabetes recommending everyone low-carb. They know it did something good for them and assume everyone would feel it too, failing to realize, for example, that a weightlifter would benefit better with a high-carb diet, which would normally involve lots of (whole, if they care for their diet) bread. That’s why I’d trust people that are sure they’ve seen the results, because they are meassurable. A steady increase in elasticity, resistance, HGH, whatever you want is something you can meassure, and it isn’t something that you base solely on trust, if you’ve seen the result that 200 people out of 250 people benefited from X thing, then you go ahead and try it. But not when it worked for one people and they have nothing to proove their statements, even if they truly believe it. BarBarJinks says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm I wouldn’t discount the knowledge of the Yogi so lightly. cobramcjingleballs says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm why is she trying to misrepresent what a simpler diet is all about? She makes the false comparison that the difference in our diet is over a span of 10,000 years. We aren’t even eating the same as what our grandparents did as children. We eat much less vegetables, much more meat. Our food is saturated with chemicals added to the food. Most of the food we eat is processed thoroughly. Most of the vegetable matter we do eat comes from GMO sources, like corn, sweet potatos, soy, etc. Even grains are somewhat genetically modified have been created by soaking the seeds in chemicals a few decades ago to come out with the most commonly used higher yield grains. Yay science. DJShearer says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm Why slate a diet that promotes healthy eating? The paleo diet pretty much saved my life, grains, sugar, processed high carb foods are killers, we all know that, paleo is just a name for a diet that promotes optimum health. DJShearer says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm No one who promotes the paleo diet insists that a large quantity of meat is consumed, it’s mainly about sticking to the foods we have evolved to eat over millions of years, removing everything that was put into our diets during the agricultural revolution. What you’ve said there about grains is incorrect, look for a book called ‘Grain Brain’ by Dr David Perlmutter, all about how grains have a negative effect on the human brain. Huilin Fang says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm Paleo has several good guidelines, but there are controversial parts. One can simply cut down high processed carb foods and sugar, which are proven to be unhealthy in various researches done in decades. As for grain, a lot of researches done show that grains are very beneficial to health in various ways (for mood or cancer, for example). You might not be able to tell if it’s not eating grain that plays a part in your health improvement. A large intake of meat may be a risk for cancer or kidney failure. Paleo is yet to be proven to be a sustainable diet , since there’s no real research done on a large enough sample size run in a longer time duration. Indio Side says: July 26, 2015 at 2:52 pm If you look at paelo diet videos, they all try to sell it to you. Fad diet with some validity. 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