Blueberries May Inhibit Development of Fat Cells

April 11, 2011

Even though in most of Australia blueberries are a luxury treat, I will bring to your attention yet another study to show just how awesome they are. There has been some research that shows that plant polyphenols slow adipogensis and induse lipolysis (in other words, they slow down fat tissue creation and increase fat cell […]

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IFTimer Free for 24 Hours

April 6, 2011

I have had a great streak of luck recently and I want to pay it forward some how. So for 24 Hours I am giving away the IFTimer iPhone Intermittent Fasting app. So download it here for free! Tell your family, tell your friends, tell anyone who will listen. Tweet it, Facebook it or whatever! […]

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Five Thoughts on Training

April 6, 2011

  If you’re able to hold a conversation whilst lifting, you are not lifting heavy enough. If you think the gym is a good place to chat-up the opposite sex, stop. Don’t try to get someone’s attention while they are lifting, this includes asking them how many more sets and asking if they can use […]

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Random Thoughts: Paleo 2.0 and the future of Paleo

April 5, 2011

I am glad Dr Kurt Harris over at PaNu wrote his Paleo 2.0 post, as it articulated something that had been on the tip of my tongue for a while now. The problem with new ideas or ‘movements’ similar as paleo is that the basic principles which got them their fame, become biblical in nature […]

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Random Thoughts: Paleo 2.0 and the future of Paleo

April 5, 2011

I am glad Dr Kurt Harris over at PaNu wrote his Paleo 2.0 post, as it articulated something that had been on the tip of my tongue for a while now. The problem with new ideas or ‘movements’ similar as paleo is that the basic principles which got them their fame, become biblical in nature […]

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KFC Double coming to Oz!

March 29, 2011

The famous KFC Double Down from the US is coming to Australia! The “conventional” health fanatics are up in arms about this high fat snack, which rather than bread uses two chicken pieces to hold it together, but how should us paleo-minded folks rate it? The nutritional stats on the ‘burger’ can be found here. […]

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The Case Against Chicken.

March 18, 2011

I am in the process of slowly removing chicken from my life. It has been a good friend, and an awesome source of protein that can be thrown together in a meal quite easily, however in my quest to optimise my health, I can’t hide from the simple fact, chicken is just too high in […]

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N = 1; Probiotic’s and my mood.

March 17, 2011

The super doc Emily Deans (Evolutionary Psychiatry and now Psychology Today) recently posted on the affects of leaky gut and depression. It got me thinking about one of my many personal experiments (n=1). Reading through all the literature, I am becoming more convinced that keeping your gut healthy may be one of the single most […]

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Robb Wolf Meal Generator Android Version

March 14, 2011

Update: Done! Thanks to all those who helped. Point your Android phones browser to rwfm.paleoz.com Thank you SimonK, PaleoPete and Judes for the help! Due to ridiculously high demand, I will start work on porting the Robb Wolf Food Matrix Paleo meal generator, so it works on Android enabled phones. The problem is, I don’t […]

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It’s a new world.

March 10, 2011

I have been sent a few emails recently by people who are angry at me for dismissing the hypothesis that "because cavemen did/didn’t do it, we should/shouldn’t to". Although I explained that I think that this hypothesis is a great starting point for further research into nutrition and is a great way to explain the […]

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