Category Archives: Paleolithic_Lifestyle

How the Standard American Diet has Changed Over the Decades

Tom Naughton of Fat Head blog recently published an interesting article titled “Your Grandma’s Cookbooks“. Here is a quote from a Better Homes & Gardens cookbook about daily recommended eating: Leafy green and yellow vegetables:  one or more servings per … Continue reading

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The USDA School Lunch Fiasco

Since the start of the current school year, public school students have been complaining about the new lunch guidelines promulgated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). A quick internet search will reveal that students don’t like the food … Continue reading

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The Insanity of the Modern Food Industry

While glancing at articles on Ars Technica, I noticed an article titled, “Cow engineered to produce less allergenic milk“. Before I read the article I was certain that it would be another absurd food science article cheering on the further … Continue reading

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Links

There have been a number of interesting articles published over the past few days. Instead of tweeting each one, I decided to collect them in this blog post. How Roosevelt’s Farm Policy Paved the Way for Obamacare – James Bovard … Continue reading

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The American “Elite” Against the Common Man: The War Against Farmers

Tom Naughton, the creator of the movie “Fat Head“, wrote an informative review of the documentary “Farmageddon“. He writes, “Farmageddon is a look at how our federal and state governments are beating up on small farmers who sell real food … Continue reading

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Minimalist footwear on the cheap

Due to my adherence to the paleolithic way of life (“caveman diet” + intermittent fasting + high intensity exercise), I inevitably discovered the minimalist footwear movement (see this post by Richard Nickoley). The concept is that wearing shoes can contribute … Continue reading

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