Tag: paleo

Am I Paleo?

The biggest trend I’ve seen in nutritional blogs in the past year is the growing anti-Paleo movement. Unlike the 2008-2010 period, the attacks aren’t coming from the conventional “whole grains are good and cholesterol is bad” crowd. The … [continue reading]

Primal Certification? Are You Kidding?

I was half paying attention to the FatBurningMan podcast interview when I heard Mark Sisson state he was starting a Primal Certification program. You’ve got to be kidding me? Has it really come to this? I made a joke on … [continue reading]

So Much Paleo Drama

In the past few years, I’ve seen many nutritional bloggers attack each other. Not just their ideas, but personal attacks. As someone with strong opinions on certain topics, there have been times I was tempted to “throw down“, … [continue reading]

Potato Soup with Bugs

I’ve been loosely following the series of posts over on Free the Animal on how potatoes might useful hack in accelerating fat loss. Now that I’ve porked out from my month without coffee, I decided to try his potato soup [continue reading]

The Peat-atarian Diet For Those Of Us With Average IQs

I read a lot of stuff regarding nutrition. It has been an active hobby of mine since 2008. Although it was the Paleo Diet that rekindled my interest in nutrition, today I consider myself more in the Weston A. Price … [continue reading]

Eating Silkworm Pupae (aka Ground Cucumber)

One of my favorite hobbies these days is looking for interesting food at Asian grocery stores. Recently I was looking through the frozen seafood section at a Viet Wah grocery store when one item caught my eye. It was labeled … [continue reading]