I always meant to put this post up but a seminal American poet advocated for a meat-based diet, and lots of exercise. Walt Whitman, poet, essayist and journalist, wrote a manifesto on healthy living that has some surprising resonance to Continue reading Walt Whitman and the Paleo Diet
Life happens and inevitably we forget about our promises to eat right and focus on fitness and we slowly start to fall off the wagon. At least, I did. This year signaled some life changes, including moving in with my Continue reading The Big Reset | Eating Right and Adopting Whole30
I’ve had so many family and friends raise this question to me that I had to create a post that will answer their questions in one go. I have a feeling this will be the most emailed article to my Continue reading So What Do I Eat on Paleo?
In my last post I mentioned how traditionally, humans evolved on a grain-free, Paleolithic diet consisting of plants (vegetables and plants) and meat. The Globe and Mail had an interesting article a couple of weeks ago outlining the journal of an Continue reading Reverting Back to the Ancestral Diet: An Inuit Case Study
Human beings have been in existence in homo sapiens form for over 2 million years. For 250,000 of those years we evolved into our current homo sapiens form. During this very long era, human beings were hunter-gatherers, hunting animals Continue reading Why You Should Eat Like A Caveman
The chronic diseases riddling my relatives, plus my mother’s physical and mental deterioration, in addition to mine and other people’s struggle with keeping fit, and overlaid with the knowledge that our elders back in the old country were fitter, lived Continue reading Taking the Red Pill: Or Reading Taubes’ “What if it’s all been a Big Fat Lie?”