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Paleo Diet Meal Plan Weight Loss, Latest Tips For Diet Lady Program

Paleo Diet Meal Plan – Paleo Diet Meal Plan Weight Loss, Latest Tips For Diet Lady Program – In an age where food refining and consumption of ready-made food or pre-cooked is increasing in America has taken life and spread wide the Paleod...
by Idea Of Time on Mar 5, 2015

What is a Paleo Diet and How You Can Get Started

Ahhh, The Paleo Diet. Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve likely heard of this way of eating that seems to transform all who follow it. I’ve mentioned before that I’m not a huge fan of fad diets but it seems The Pal...
by Dieting can be fun on Feb 6, 2014

The Paleo Diet

The Paleo Diet: There is a very popular new diet we are all hearing about called the Paleo Diet. If you are like me, you probably have several questions. First of all, What is the Paleo Diet? The paleolithic diet (or paleo diet for short) is often re...
by CookingNook on Dec 13, 2013

Paleo Food List

This paleo food list will help you to identify exactly what foods are allowed on a paleo diet and which are not. One of the things you will notice in a paleolithic diet, or caveman diet as it is often called, is that people don’t always agree a...
by CookingNook on Dec 13, 2013

4 Tips for Dealing With People on Weird Diets

If you've lived through the 2000's, you have definitely had a friend or two—or fifty if you live in L.A.—who have, at one point or another, been involved in a "weird" diet of some kind. I'm not talking about Atkins or Weight Watchers or any of th...
by Zero Decorum on Dec 9, 2013

The Grocery Game Challenge #1 May 6-12,2013- Getting Back On Track With Food Budgeting

Getting back on track with food budgeting and eating healthy can be tough especially if your grocery bill looked anything like ours in April. Since the wife altered her eating habits slightly by starting a low glycemic diet last month she’s bee...
by CanadianBudgetBinder on May 7, 2013

Paleo Links and My Rumbling Thoughts on Paleo Subject.

Sorry about the picture because I have some issues with evolution. I haven't seen one ape around here unless I am really drunk, discover one hairy person....Well, leave this to your imaginary.  I always like to check other blogs for whatever rea...
by Deaf Chef at Large on Mar 18, 2013

What I Gained From My 30 Day Primal Diet Challenge

Today is my last official day on my own personal primal 30 day challenge. Here are my 7 good and my 5 not so good parts of going primal.
by Dieting can be fun on Mar 11, 2013

Why I Stopped Being Vegetarian

When I was a teenager I adopted a vegetarian diet, but a few years ago, after a lot of introspection, I stopped being vegetarian. I grew up on the highly fashionable island of Manhattan. The building in which I spent the first few years of my life wa...
by Della Terra Wellness on Feb 28, 2013

Why I Stopped Being Vegetarian

I grew up on the highly fashionable island of Manhattan. The building in which I spent the first few years of my life was transformed into a modeling agency when we moved out. It was not uncommon to see television and movie stars at the local coffee...
by Della Terra Wellness on Feb 28, 2013

A Carb-Lover is Still Going Primal: The Grumpy Adjustment Period

I've decided to rename this series to A Carb-Lover's Painful, Kicking and Screaming Transition to the Primal Diet. That first week was hard, everyone!
by Dieting can be fun on Feb 13, 2013

The Carbohydrate Wars

  Anyone who reads the blogs, knows that there is a big debate that always rears its ugly head (because it often gets nasty and stupid) about carbohydrates, and how many you should consume. On one side, there are the ‘low-carbers’ wh...
by Dr. O & Midwest PRS on Feb 11, 2013

A Carb-Lover Goes Primal: The Beginning of My Journey

My personal attempt at a primal diet. Can this carb lover finally break the addiction and lose weight?
by Dieting can be fun on Feb 6, 2013

Should You Go Paleo?

  We’ve been through the Adkins, Mediterranean, Raw Food, and Southbeach diets. Every trick in the books has been implemented, from eating grapefruit every day, to replacing meals with smoothies, to eliminating animal products, and on and on.
by Della Terra Wellness on Jan 24, 2013

Should You Go Paleo?

  We’ve been through the Adkins, Mediterranean, Raw Food, and Southbeach diets. Every trick in the books has been implemented, from eating grapefruit every day, to replacing meals with smoothies, to eliminating animal products, and on and on.
by Della Terra Wellness on Jan 24, 2013

Ep 16: Thanksgiving’s Bounty of Diversity

Well, here we are at episode 16! That’s four months of podcasting! And what a great way to celebrate the four month mark with it occurring on the eve of Thanksgiving – one of the best holidays of all time, IMHO. I like Thanksgiving for a numb...
by Dr. O & Midwest PRS on Nov 21, 2012

What you should know about the Paleolithic Diet

You might have already heard about the Paleolithic, Caveman, or Stone Age diet through media stories, and it’s likely, that the first things that you heard about it were generally negative. I heard some negative things myself, like it was ̵...
by Dr. O & Midwest PRS on Nov 17, 2012

The Gut and the Brain (and the Skin): An Introduction

As a plastic surgeon, I am exceptionally interested in the health of the skin. In fact, I am currently writing a book on practical nutritional tips for healthy skin, as we speak. It’s going to take a while because I really want it to be great (...
by Dr. O & Midwest PRS on Nov 13, 2012

What type of selection can one anticipate with the paleo diet

I assume you have heard about the paleolithic diet sometime, since it is now immensely popular all over the world. In this post I’m going to put together some sort of caveman diet and something a typical individual may eat per day. It’s b...
by make beats online on Nov 7, 2012

Ep 11: Special Guest Abel James Bascom, The Fat Burning Man | The Dr O Show

Today (as you can see from the title!) I have a very special and popular guest. The first time I ever heard Abel James Bascom’s podcast was when he interviewed Jack Kruse (a now infamous interview in the blogosphere!). The thing I was most impr...
by Dr. O & Midwest PRS on Oct 18, 2012


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