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Random giveaway for feedback – Dr Sears Zone OmegaRx high quality omega 3

  Awesome give-away from me! Okay – I’m not one to do giveaways and promotions as such, but I want some feedback and opinions. (By end July 4th) So I’m giving away 2 bottles of OmegaRx – this is amazing fish oil omega 3 from Barry Sears. One woman described it recently as “rocket fuel” […]

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The best fish to eat to preserve fish stock, New Zealand 2012 – 13

In my opinion seafood is one of the best protein foods to eat, high in long chain omega 3 fatty acids, and a great source of minerals such as iodine, zinc and selenium typically low in our soils. However many fishing practices damage the marine environment, deplete fish stocks and have large by-catches of other […]

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Low carb paleo + crossfit, not losing weight – my recommendations

Thank you so much everyone for your comments and suggestions. I was curious to see how others would respond to this problem. This post is a followup to my a senario that I was presented with – a  new client who has been following a low carb diet and is doing 5 – 6 sessions […]

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I chat to Jimmy Moore on LLVLC show

Here is a link to my chat with Jimmy – a wonderful host and such an easy person to talk to. Jimmy Moore, Julianne Taylor interview http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/5505/521-paleo-and-zone-nutritionist-julianne-taylor/#comments I talked about a number of topics: Why food quality is critical and trumps low carb or macronutrient ratios (e.g. Zone Diet) “Carb Sweet Spot”, my views on […]

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Dr Terry Wahls reverses her own Multiple Sclerosis with hunter gatherer nutrition

Auto-immune disease and paleo diets, another truly remarkable story. I couldn’t resist posting this, as I have a thing about the power of diet and auto-immune  conditions. This talk is  inspiring in that Dr Terry Wahls worked out how to reverse her own debilitating Multiple Sclerosis. Dr Wahls was almost completely bed-bound, and is now […]

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NZ Scientists call Doctors to do routine omega 3 tests

Today in this article in the New Zealand Sunday Star Times, New Zealand Scientists (Massey University, Albany) are calling for Doctors to routinely check omega 3 levels in the same way that cholesterol levels are checked. Why? Because the level of omega 3 in cell membranes helps protect against type 2 diabetes and heart disease. […]

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A dietician's prescription for kidney stones, what do you think?

This is a case study, still not solved completely yet, a person on my life, not a client. The case in hand, a 54 year old male. A fairly healthy person, on no medications, to date no abnormal blood tests (except slightly high LDL and total cholesterol), fit, eating a close to a paleo diet, […]

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Final thoughts on my 30 days of auto-immune paleo

Well – its the last day today of 30 days auto-immune paleo eating, and I just wanted to round off with a my results and some observations. Here are the changes I made from what I had been eating prior: Strictly cutting out nightshades; potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers No nuts or seeds No dairy, not […]

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My 30 day strict alcohol free auto-immune paleo diet

I’ve never done this before – 30 days of strict no alcohol paleo eating without cheats. Yes I tell people to do it – but I’ve NEVER done it. I have been strictly gluten free, low dairy, low nightshade paleo for about 2 years. I have a few small cheats here and there – something […]

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Bone Marrow Transplants and the life saving effect of omega 3

About 6 years ago my youngest brother, a doctor (emergency medicine), husband, and father of 4 was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. This is cancer of the blood – or rather the  blood making stem cells in the bone marrow. He had a really nasty aggressive type, and a bone marrow transplant was recommended. This […]

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