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Obviously, just real food, properly raised meat and seafood, locally sourced if possible.
Eat the Yolks | Book by Liz Wolfe, Diane Sanfilippo | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
Liz Wolfe makes an excellent case for following our an-cestral diet as she debunks many of the food myths that have held America in thrall for decades. Eat the Yolks By Liz Yilks. Price may vary by retailer.
It goes further than just nutrition. Lists with This Book. Vegetable oils aren’t made with vegetables! I love how down to earth and approachable this book is, mixed in with a lot of wit and humor to make it an easy read.
Isn’t it interesting that about the time we started buying all those foods in boxes and bags and cans because ‘it made life easier’, was around the same time we started hearing about things like hyperactivity and other problems?
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I have to go get your book now! Fat and cholesterol aren’t bad for us. And knowing that it originated from a sex negative doctor in the 19th century who wanted his psych patients to masturbate less? There is right carbs and wrong carbs.
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Finally, if we are going to acknowledge that our ancestors started eating meat so their noggins could get bigger, we also have to acknowledge that phasing out hunting and gathering for an agrarian lifestyle also allowed us to grow our noggins, ’cause it did, having extra time to rest and exercise them and all.
I love learni If you’ve ever listened to Balanced bites then you know Liz is cuter than a slice of paleofied pie. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jun 04, Rebecca Debarros rated it it was amazing. There was an error submitting your subscription. I’m assuming that the author’s writing style and humor won’t appeal to everyone, though. Regarding other affiliate links and affiliate relationships: This is a very good introduction to paleo.
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In Eat the Yolks, Liz Wolfe dismantles today’s myths about fat, protein, carbs, calories and nutrients to finds the truths—truths like: This push toward taking responsibility for learning about and intelligently choosing the food we eat — a. I am now in search of the truth about the food we eat and taking all that I learn to redirect my approach to eating and living. I would recommend this as an introductory book for people interested in finding out just what goes for what when you want to be healthy hint: But, the same thing can be said of meat and dairy, and in fact is said about meat and dairy, even by Wolfe herself.
All in all, if you can get through the parts of the book where Wolfe unintentionally undermines her argument about resisting nutritional “dogma”, with flimsy-ish anthropology and logical fallacy-ish “dogma” of her own she just calls it “Paleo”there’s a lot of good stuff to learn here. Counting calories is a waste of energy.
Paperbackpages. Wolfe about many things she has said like it’s okay to eat red meat!
Introducing Eat the Yolks!
Nutrition doesn’t come in a box, bag or capsule. While I would argue that we don’t need to call it “Paleo”, or hang out with Paleo’s angry brother, Crossfit, eaat order to pretend we can still spear and kill antelope, Wolfe does provide useful research and a framework for a lifestyle change that tries to remedy the detrimental health effects of the total industrialization of our eating habits.
Nutrition can come from a box, bag, or capsule? Jul 07, Emily rated it liked it.
This book should be taught in schools. Her mantra, “Eat Real Foods”, makes sense on every level, so why can’t she be believed, even though she doesn’t have the letters PHD next to her name. I appreciate its emphasis on myth busting the things that “everybody knows. Wole for telling us about the problem.