The paleo diet is based on the premise that humans evolved as hunter gatherers...
Do you identify your weight or body size with being healthy and happy? Last weekend I was down in Wellington for the Ancestral Health conference that is held twice a year around the New Zealand. The theme of the day was”Surviving the Urban Jungle” Link to the abstracts of presentations here The talks were all […]
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org In […]
There is a growing community of health professionals and advocates of paleo or ancestral eating and lifestyle in New Zealand. The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand has 2 Conferences this year, a one day event in March in Wellington and a 3 day International Event in Queenstown – one of the most beautiful places […]
A recent study has been widely publicised: Fish oil supplements in New Zealand are highly oxidised and do not meet label content of n-3 PUFA http://www.nature.com/srep/2015/150121/srep07928/full/srep07928.html Received 01 October 2014 Accepted 18 December 2014 Published21 January 2015 Key points from this study: Quality and content of fish oil supplements in New Zealand was tested in […]
In the UK, the Dr David Unwin, A general practitioner (GP) noticed that people with type 2 diabetes (T2D) reported great results on a low carbohydrate diet (http://www.diabetes.co.uk/forum/threads/low-carb-success-stories.3763/) Yet this was not the standard advice: Diabetes UK recommends 5 – 14 servings of starchy food per day. Clinical studies also show that a lower carbohydrate […]