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Paleo Diet Day 34: Hello (again) dairy & new book


Monday, December 17, 2012

It felt and tasted very good to add raw-milk cream to my coffee this morning. Ahhh. emoticon Same for when I had a nice glass of milk with almonds for an afternoon snack. So far no hives, bloating, or memory lapses. Let's hope this works.

Thanks to a post from Houndlover1 I found out about a good looking new book, "The Great Cholesterol Myth" by Drs. Johnny Bowden and Stephen Sinatra. It came out in November and costs $11.50 on Amazon. They showed up on the Dr. Oz show! Imagine the publicity. I think we are looking at the start of a mainstream paradigm shift toward paleo-primal, gluten-free, low-carb diets ...
Here is the link to the Dr. Oz show:

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l cooked a lot today: zucchini (from summer!) and egg for lunch; grass-fed ground beef with onion and mushrooms for dinner, with red wine on the side. Have to learn to add more spices and herbs to big meat dishes, but we are on the right track.

Wishing everyone a good and healthy - and safe - week.
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GOPINTOS 12/17/2012 8:41PM

    I love dairy also, but have discovered that it only somewhat likes me :) What I noticed, was stuffier, like in my nose and head. I always just assumed it was allergies to things like hayfever, but seems to be dairy related.

Most days I have homemade Greek yogurt, and it doesnt seem to be as bad :)

Thanks for sharing!

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LHLADY517 12/17/2012 5:06PM

    It's good to hear you're on the right track.

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