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PALEODIET.COM

Saturday, December 16, 2006

If you have a need to lose weight, this is the place to visit.

  
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MOONSONGS 5/23/2007 12:45PM

    Okay -- once again, amazing. You were right when you said your own blog was a great place to start to learn. I've subscribed to the PaleoFood list.

The really freaky thing is I have loved the grains, legumes and what Irish chick doesn't like a potato -- the freaky part is, if I eat too much of any of those things I pay for it big time -- I get really sick. Hmm!

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Reduce Grains and Sugars to Lose Weight ...

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

here's a link to an article in the previous blog entry today.

http://www.mercola.com/article/insulin.h
tm


I couldn't have (but have tried) said it better.

  


Pass (on) the bread ...

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

articles.mercola.com/sites/ar
ticles/archive/2005/02/16/organic-food
-part-four.aspx


Good article from Dr. Colleen Huber re: costs of buying organic vs processed food diets. It costs the same, except buying organic actually FEEDS you some nutrition. What a concept.

  


OY on SOY

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

v.mercola.com/blogs/public_bl
og/archive/2006/11/30/2288.aspx?Expand
=Comment


Soy affects hormones - and if you have thyroid disorders, you 've probably heard about that (+ goitrogens like broccoli, cauliflower and brussel sprouts, etc.)

But I've never heard about a soy-Parkinson's connection.

I've said it before: food is medicine - take your medicine carefully!

  
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MINIMOUZEIEMC 12/13/2006 3:14AM

    must say gotta agree with this article, now if I could just get the monkey off my back.... everyday is one more step as they say....love reading your posts!!!! Denise

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CELIAC LINKS

Saturday, November 25, 2006

For understanding the disease:

digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddise
ases/pubs/celiac/index.htm

or
http://tinyurl.com/y6hv98


For a comprehensive look at the controversies and how different medical professionals view and treat this issue:

www.glutensensitivity.net/

(make sure you click on the red box at the bottom of the first page - this will "activate" the links on the following page)

I love this article written by a celiac vet (re humans and animals):

www.housepetmagazine.com/Augu
st/Gluten.htm

or
http://tinyurl.com/263afc

(my golden was bloated, had skin problems and ear infections -- she's now svelt again on gluten free dog food by Dick Van Patten found at Petsmart; there are even better ones out there, but this one has worked.)

A site for medical studies links to print for your doctor (they don't believe everything you say, so maybe an official scientific study will persuade):

http://theglutenfile.com/ </link>

Visit message boards at www.celiac.com to see what others are saying about their experiences with food allergies/intolerances. You'll need to sign up if you want to post. I don't think you need to if you just want to read them.

A WONDERFUL SITE for recipes and links and where to start on the diet:

glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.co
m/2006/01/morning-after-diagnosis-that
-is.html

or
http://tinyurl.com/78zf3

Another diet, based on a book by Elaine Gottschall called "Breaking the Viscious Cycle" -- great for people with GI issues of all sorts:

www.austinscdfriends.com/page
/page/3690002.htm

or
http://tinyurl.com/23o487

Elaine recently died, but if you google that "BTVC" book title, you should find her site run by someone in their spare time. Most of the links are in the Austin link above anyway.

Powerful video diaries of others' GI experiences which lead to FINALLY their celiac diagnosis -- if you have IBS, Crohns, etc, you should watch:

(The U of Maryland is one of three leading celiac research medical facilities. The others are Columbia and U of Chicago).

www.medschool.umaryland.edu/c
elia
c/videos.asp

or
http://tinyurl.com/22ba7g



Google gluten-free + blogspot, or celiac + "whatever ailment/symptom" and you'd be surprised what comes up. Keep researching and reading. You'll see similarities between all the ailments and the gluten (or a lack of vitamins/nutrients caused by gluten ingestion).

  


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