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Yes, Eggs Are High in Cholesterol, But Why Should We Care?…

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Cholesterol – is there a more controversial topic in the world of nutrition? For years, we were told that cholesterol is one of the most important biomarkers of health, particularly cardiovascular health. Prominent government- and health-related institutions have traditionally recommended upper limits on dietary cholesterol of 300 mg/day (effectively limiting ...

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Keep It Paleo – Condiment Recipes…

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We all love the great taste of freshly prepared foods that are the basics of The Paleo Diet.  Once you’re in the habit of eating a variety of foods, it’s easy to live the Paleo lifestyle.  A common dilemma, when planning and serving delicious meals, is how to include common ...

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Saturated Fat and Omega-6: Should One Replace the Other? Part II…

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In Part I of this series, we looked at the longstanding recommendations of many governmental health organizations to reduce dietary saturated fat and replace it with omega-6 fats. Doing so supposedly, these organizations claim, reduces cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. As we saw in Part I, however, there is considerable controversy ...

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One More for the AGES: Dr Cordain Responds to Reader’s Questions …

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More than most sciences, the nutrition world is rife with debate and wildly different recommendations. Normally the debates center around our common knowledge of nutrition: macro- and micronutrients; glycemic index; caloric balance; etc. But sometimes it’s what we don’t know – or at least what few know – that’s important. ...

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Saturated Fat and Omega-6: Should One Replace the Other? Part I…

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For over a decade now, a debate has been raging within the nutrition science community. One side views saturated fat as generally unhealthy; they recommend replacing these fats, at least to some degree, with omega-6 polyunsaturated fats. The other side views saturated fat as health-supportive, or at least health-neutral; likewise, ...

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Nell’s Corner: Gaining Perspective On Athletic Injury…

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It’s no surprise to say that following an authentic Paleo approach to eating would help support the demands of an athlete’s physical training routine. Low in sugar, rich in nutrient dense organ meats, abundant in leafy greens, and balanced out with a variety of  natural fats, this common sense manner ...

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Celebrate Spring the Paleo Way…

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Spring is beginning to pop up everywhere, and that means time for some fresh Paleo foods to celebrate all the magic of the season.  The hardboiled egg is a favorite protein staple to have on hand.  Transform this simple food into a tasty appetizer or side dish to pair with ...

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