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Fitness Minutes: (67,620) Posts: 9,840 8/6/11 10:06 A
Dr. Harris calls his plan paleo 2.0. Basically, he is for any new foods that do not create problems, so he doesn't have a problem with dairy for people who aren't bothered by it. He also has gone higher carb. (Just to remember, he is thin and always has been. Not such a good example for fatter people.) Dr. Rosedale is also somewhat paleo, as are the Drs. Eades. Dr. Jack Kruse calls his plan Paleo 3.0 now. Not sure if it is a joke.
"To get something you never had you have to do something you never did"
current weight: 186.2
Posts: 20 8/5/11 8:10 P
I just started too. Been reading Protein Power, Mark's Daily Apple and just purchased Primal Blueprint. Also, see Robb Wolfe is a big influence - hope to learn more. Good luck look forward to learning more:)
current weight: 160.0
Posts: 2,234 8/5/11 5:19 P
This is "almost" the Paleo diet. http://www.archevore.com/get-started/
I find it works quite well. Another site is:http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-blueprint-101/
Good luck. LilSunflower
You cant start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one.
current weight: 126.5
Fitness Minutes: (31) Posts: 2 8/5/11 2:53 P
Hi there! I recently learned of this new diet & am very interested in learning more about it! Can anyone recommend some educational yet trustworthy books or sites to check out? Any tips? Motivational materials? Stories/experiences to share? I'm ready to learn!
Pounds lost: 0.0
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