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I'm with you Flyaway! I enjoy gourmet freshly ground coffee straight up.
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Here is an excellent resource for all things paleo. The database gets updated frequently so bookmark and check it periodically!

Paleo Directory | Paleo Village
Wow! Just seeing this now. There is a boatload of info there! I bookmarked your link. It will take me several days to go through all of that. Thanks!
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a must-hear podcast!

Category: Podcasts

in episode 112 the man himself Professor Loren Cordain is interviewed and discusses latest (very surprising) scientific literature and his new book.
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Read this post last night as info for one of my resolutions in regards to looking after myself - found Dets post about local farm produce and found a local farm (fesh edible community farm) that i can get a weekly basket and fresh eggs - the basket starts in February - and I found a new store that is the pick up location, but it is a health food/vitamin store - I AM EXCITED!
This website is giving so much to me! Thanks for the links Det!
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another stellar interview with Chris Masterjohn. if you haven't seen the first 2 parts they are well worth your time.

Chris Masterjohn on Cholesterol and Heart Disease (Part 3)

some fascinating and frightening Japanese studies on fatty liver disease and it's relationship to heart attack, as well as lots more fun techno-geekiness
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be sure to catch Dr Lustig on 60 minutes this weekend

Is sugar toxic? - CBS News
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I just watched the whole link and I believe wholeheartedly that sugar is poison. I've low-carbed for years now, although my consumption of sweets has increased since I quit drinking. The two are definitely connected. I thought it was interesting that Lustig compared sugar to cocaine. Definitely a must watch video!
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Fascinating podcast from a real pioneer in the field.
Natasha is an accomplished neurosurgeon with post graduate degrees
In neurology and nutrition.

It’s episode #557

Interviewing Doctors, Researchers, Scientists, Bloggers and More. | The Livin La Vida Low-Carb Show
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'food' for thought. har har

Is the Paleo Diet sustainable?
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Meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies e... [Am J Clin Nutr. 2010] - PubMed - NCBI

i can't believe I hadn't seen this before.

if you eat a lot of saturated fat your at increased risk of cardio vascular disease and stroke right? total BS
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