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Friday, June 22, 2012

17min 46sec - trust me, time well spent

Please, watch:

17 comments:

Amy said...

I've seen that - very interesting!

Giorgio said...

Every day we have to choose: healthy food, such as fish, fruit and vegetables ... or other food. Thanks for sharing that interesting presentation! I'm interested in the relationship between our brain and healthy food which we eat. With regards to overweight poeple who live on the hearth, there's a rechearch article, published last week by "BMC Public Health", where the author analises the global ditribution of human biomass. He shows that one Tonne of human biomass accounted for 17 adults in Asia can be compared with 12 in North America, where three-quarters of people are overweight or obese.

Jody - Fit at 54 said...

HI! I probably will not have time to watch today but maybe tomorrow - thx for sharing. I did start into it! :-)

Black Knight said...

Thanks for sharing. Very interesting.

Dr. J said...

A couple of comments. Personally, I don't eat too far from this. I do eat pita bread and popcorn.

Yes, the general public eats a lot of crap. When I look at other people's plates in restaurants, I am sorta shocked that they rarely have any vegetables on the plate!

No question people here could eat a lot better.

The last thing is. How do we know if she ever really had MS? That may seem like a strange question, but MS is a diagnosis of exclusion, and I know of real examples where people have claimed to have MS for 20 years, then recover and not really ever had it!

Bottom line: I'm very glad she is doing so well, and one could eat a lot worse than she does, but Paleo is not the only decent diet system out there.

Joy said...

Thinking of you today. Hope you are doing well!! Keep focused on your goals!!!

Patrick said...

Paleo, someday I may give it a go. I need to bump up my general discipline before considering that change further.

misszippy said...

I find this so interesting. Food is medicine if you ask me, when done right. Done wrong, it's poison. I wish society as a whole took what it puts in its mouth more seriously.

Dr. J said...

Glad to read (at Jody's) that you are pain free!!

Joy said...

Miss you! Hope all is well!!!

Take care and stay focused!!

Black Knight said...

How are you? I hope you feel good.
Please come back to the blogsphere.

Joy said...

What's up? I miss you!!

Keep focused!!!

Dr. J said...

Hi Ewa!

I just wanted to tell you that CalorieLab is on Facebook with all the articles from our news area including mine :-)

Thank you for bringing that up, and I hope your latest fitness adventure goes well!!

Joy said...

Friend!! I miss you!! Hope you are doing well!!

Keep focused!

Dr. J said...

Thought you might like to see this article I just saw in the Times!

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/15/myths-of-running-forefoot-barefoot-and-otherwise/?ref=health

responsibility199 said...

Happy Holidays!

Sheri McPherson said...

I have seen this before as well. I tried Paleo, but my desire for sugar was to unbearable. I think this is a great way of eating if you can do it.