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March 22, 2008

Paleo Diet Newsletter 4. 2: Whole Wheat Heart Attack, Part 2

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , — SL @ 3:05 pm

Recent news from thepaleodiet.com:

“The latest issue of The Paleo Diet Newsletter is available at http://www.thepaleodiet.com/newsletter/back_issues.shtml. Once again we are proud to present some ground-breaking, scientifically documented, and practical information that you will not find anywhere else. This time we continue last month’s discussion on Dietary Lectins: An Unrecognized Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease. Read it and apply it – it might save your life.
We also talk about protein and sarcopenia; grains, milk, and the risk of kidney cancer; and what the science says about berries and cardiovascular disease. Also, we have a terrific testimonial from an athlete who follows The Paleo Diet for Athletes.
As a reminder, Dr. Cordain will be giving a presentation at The Healing Journey 2008 seminar held in Boulder, Colorado on April 26, titled The Potential Therapeutic Characteristics of Pre-Agricultural Diets in the Prevention and Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis. For more information or to sign up to attend, go to www.CrayhonResearch.com.
Also, you may have noticed that the feature article on the Wikipedia home page for March 20th was the Paleolithic-style diet. Eventually most health-conscious people will understand that for optimum health and performance they should eat the diet that we evolved to eat. In the mean time, you’ve got the inside scoop. Enjoy!”

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