Category Archives: Paleolithic_Lifestyle

The Mises Weekends Podcast: Bob Murphy: Government Medicine is Killing Us

‘Bob Murphy is our returning guest this weekend, as we wrap up a three-part series on the lousy, anti-market healthcare system in the US. He’s co-authored a terrific new book called The Primal Prescription, which may well be the first … Continue reading

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The Primal Prescription: Surviving the “Sick Care” Sinkhole by Doug McGuff and Robert P. Murphy

I have not read The Primal Prescription: Surviving the “Sick Care” Sinkhole, but I have read an excerpt and listened to a podcast about the book. It appears to be an interesting blend of paleolithic/primal diet/lifestyle information and an economic … Continue reading

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We’re At The Tipping Point by Tom Naughton

Naughton is referring to the increasing rejection of the awful dietary advice peddled by governments for the past few decades. While it appears that the war on saturated fats may be over, there is still some confusion about unhealthy polyunsaturated … Continue reading

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The dog that did not bark in the night by Malcolm Kendrick

Kendrick, the author of The Great Cholesterol Con, wrote a good article about yet another desperate attempt by the medical profession to sell statins to everyone regardless of efficacy. ‘Some of you may have noticed this study, others may not. … Continue reading

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From Mark’s Daily Apple: The Definitive Guide to Nuts

Mark Sisson published a very useful guide about the nutrition and health pros and cons of nuts.  ‘Of all Primal-approved food categories, none is more bedeviling to even seasoned followers of the lifestyle than nuts. The questions never end. What … Continue reading

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From Andreas Eenfeldt: The Difference in Food Says it All

A picture is worth a thousand words. The entire article can be read here. H/T Mark Sisson. I don’t know what is more mind boggling, that organizers of a diabetes conference would serve candy bars or that attendees would eat them.

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Statins and Fraud

In “How statistical deception created the appearance that statins are safe and effective in primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease“, by David Diamond and Uffe Ravnskov, the fraudulent nature of the hyped benefits and the suppression of evidence of dangerous … Continue reading

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