Doc’s that go QUACK in the night.

April 10, 2012

As most office workers understand, there is no limit to the ridiculous health claims that are throne about around the coffee machine. Second maybe only to your local bro-gym (but a pretty dam close second), I have concluded there is no limit as to what people will do as a shortcut to get healthier (except […]

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N=1 Experiment Shows Butter as Effective as a Statin!

April 7, 2012

I got a kick out of this one; Greg here started eating a whole bunch of butter. Did his LDL cholesterol sky rocket? Nope. Actually his LDL levels dropped and HDL increased. This is a N=1 experiment, but interesting to say the least.     Don’t show your doctor.   Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Thing’s I’m Reading…

March 3, 2012

Cocoa May Enhance Skeletal Muscle Function A small clinical trial led by researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine and VA San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS) found that patients with advanced heart failure and type 2 diabetes showed improved mitochondrial structure after three months of treatment with epicatechin-enriched cocoa. Epicatechin is a flavonoid found […]

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Some Medical News! Go DHA, forget the colon cleanse and have a smoke!

August 2, 2011

Haven’t had a chance to look at them some interesting studies here: Omega 3 fatty acids have protective benefits when taken during pregnancy, study suggests A new study suggests consuming Omega 3 fatty acids during pregnancy helps protects babies against illness during early infancy. The randomized, placebo-controlled trial followed approximately 1,100 pregnant women and 900 […]

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French Beef Patties in Red Wine

June 9, 2011

Ingredients 85g Butter 2 red onions, chopped finely 1 garlic clove, chopped finely 650g Beef Mince (Go Grass Fed Organic!) 1/2 tsp Dried Oregano 1 Tbsp chopped fresh parsley 1 egg, lightly beaten 1 Tbsp Olive Oil 50g Almond Flour (optional) 150mm Red Wine Method Melt 25g of butter in a frying pan, adding onions […]

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30 Day Challenge for the Brain: 5 steps to increasing your intelligence!

May 25, 2011

The brain is a muscle. Like any other muscle, it needs fuel to run and it atrophies if not used. What I have seen in most of the paleo community is that although we deal with the body through proper diet and exercise, we very rarely deal with mind. Now granted that healing the body […]

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The First Human Diagnosed with Coronary Artery Disease

May 24, 2011

Interesting find here. The first human in history with diagnosed coronary artery disease. From the brief: The Egyptian princess Ahmose-Meryet-Amon, who lived in Thebes (Luxor) between 1580 and 1550 BC and who is now known to be first person in human history with diagnosed coronary artery disease, lived on a diet rich in vegetables, fruit […]

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Random Thought: Winter is a is a coming, time to boost that immune system!

May 1, 2011

Winter has finally arrived here in Perth. The cloudy sky’s, cold nights and of course, the viruses and bugs that go along with it all. After going through the shopping centres and my office, I can finally conclude from the incessant coughing, that Winter has truly arrived. So remember people. Eat well. Practice Hygiene. Take […]

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Australian Fast Food and Food Stuffs Directory’s

April 19, 2011

As part of trying to make this site a useful resource for Australians I have put together two new pages I hope people will help populate. One is an Australian Paleo Friendly Fast Food Directory . Fast food, although being undesirable, is sometimes unavoidable. So hopefully this will let people chooser from the lesser of […]

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Paleo Miracles! Budget Mince, Free Suet, Pork Lardalicous

April 13, 2011

People often complain that eating paleo is expensive, and it really can be. However, there are a few items that at least make up for it. Budget Mince I love the fact that “Budget” mince is so cheap. The reason? It has a higher fat content and thus less desirable by the conventional wisdom following […]

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