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Paleo Nutrition Seminar, 15th May, 6.30 pm, CrossFit 119, Avondale, Auckland NZ

CrossFit 119 in Avondale, Auckland are hosting a Paleo nutrition seminar this Friday night. Anyone is welcome, you don’t need to be a member of the gym or be doing CrossFit. Here are the details: Address: Urban Athletics/CrossFit 119, 2/24 Honan Place, Avondale, Auckland Date and Time: Friday 15th May, 6.30 – 9.15pm Cost – […]

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Art Green

The Bachelor NZ, Art Green; diet and lifestyle

Recently I had the pleasure of chatting with Arthur (Art) Green and his business partner Ryan Kamins from Clean Paleo about their paleo diet and lifestyle. Art, Ryan and Mitchell McClenaghan (NZ Cricketer)  started their company Clean Paleo to provide foods that complemented a paleo diet, and made breakfast and snacks easier. All 3 follow […]

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Dr. Jean Seignalet, Ancestral diet for auto-immune disease – now available in English

I received this today – this is very exciting. I’ve previously done a blog post on Dr Jean Seignalet and the success he had with the ancestral diet he designed for people with auto-immune disease here: Dr. Jean Seignalet, ancestral diet and auto-immune disease trials There is now an English version covering some of Dr […]

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Paleo diet better than American Diabetes Association diet for type 2 diabetes

A just published study comparing the American diabetes association (ADA) diet with a hunter gatherer (paleolithic or paleo) diet, shows far better blood glucose control and improved insulin sensitivity on the paleo diet. Metabolic and physiologic effects from consuming a hunter-gatherer (Paleolithic)-type diet in type 2 diabetes Twenty-five patients with type 2 diabetes (50-69 years) […]

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10 reasons why the paleo diet works, why it is not a fad and is here to stay. Part 1

The paleo diet is based on the premise that humans evolved as hunter gatherers during the last 2 million years. Around 10,000 years ago we become agriculturalists, settling, collecting seeds and growing cereal grains, domesticating animals and drinking their milk. The theory goes that since this is such a short time from an evolutionary perspective […]

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Paleo Nutrition Seminars – Wanganui 22nd Feb, Auckland 24th Feb

I have two seminars coming up – In Auckland on the 24th February at the Grey Lynn Community Centre, 6.30 – 9.15pm, and Wanganui CrossFit 22nd Feb, 10.00am – 1.00pm Cost $45.00 which includes paleo Guidebook. Auckland Seminar: more information here, book here via PayPal. or contact me directly to book a place juliannetaylor@xtra.co.nz In […]

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