Tag Archives: Paleo diet

Rheumatoid arthritis – foods that trigger, and diet that helps

In my last post I talked about how a low carb diet can be miraculous for those with an auto-immune disease. Although reducing carbohydrates reduces blood sugar and insulin levels, and consequently inflammatory markers, this is unlikely to be the main reason a low carbohydrate diet works in reducing auto-immune disease. I’ve blogged in the […]

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One overlooked reason low carb diets work that has nothing to do with being low carb

Read this from a comment on Jimmy Moore’s website “I  have suffered for 35 years with devastating Rhuematoid arthritis… I have taken prednisone daily for all those years. ….Now for the real shocker at least for me. I have been able to wean almost all the way off prednisone – down from 5 to 2…” […]

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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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‘Gut microbiota, immune development and function’ – how our Western diet messes with our gut bacteria

I really like this article – it references the health of paleolithic and ancestral diets in the context of their effect on our gut microbiota. While not strictly paleo as I would teach it, it has some great points. I’ve cut and pasted the abstract and  final thoughts section – evidenced based nutrition principles for […]

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‘Caveman’ or Paleo diet in the news in New Zealand

(Paleo Nutrition Seminar: 10th April 2014, Grey Lynn Community Centre, Auckland; More info) Both the New Zealand Herald and National Radio (Government funded radio station) in New Zealand picked up on  recent study showing post-menopausal women lost more weight, more fat from their waist and had better triglycerides (part of your cholesterol measure) than the […]

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Dr Terry Wahls guest post about her new book “The Wahls Protocol”

Thanks to Julianne, you may know my story: I have progressive multiple sclerosis, which I manage with a specialized diet that feeds my cells what they need. My first book, Minding My Mitochondria, describes this diet, which maximizes nutrition for my mitochondria and brain cells  and is based on my own research, Paleo and hunter-gatherer […]

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Menopause sucks! Even on a Paleo diet

I’ve been hesitating to post about this topic again, and more specifically about me personally and menopause. I’m officially post menopause. No menstrual cycle for 2 years now, or is it 3? Somehow it’s a far more defining landmark in my life that turning 40, and then 50. I didn’t feel any different at those […]

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Paleo Nutrition Seminar CrossFit Auckland 29th January

CrossFit Auckland are hosting a Paleo Nutrition Seminar on 29th Jan at 6.00pm – 8.30. Address: 19c Triton Drive, Mairangi Bay, North Shore, Auckland It will be jam packed with up to date paleo science and practical information. Please email (juliannetaylor@xtra.co.nz) or phone me (09 3781573) to book a place and pay, alternatively pay and […]

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Podcast! Interview by Ameer Rosic Optimal health show. Why low carb paleo is not best for everyone

I was interviewed recently by Ameer Rosic for his Optimal Health show. Here is a link to the podcast, giving you an overview of my thoughts on paleo and what goes wrong for some people. Hope you enjoy! Sorry about the sound quality on my microphone – I need to buy a new one!

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Fitter, stronger, happier and 28 kg lighter. CrossFit + Paleo

Michelle is a member of CrossFit Auckland, the gym where I was first introduced to CrossFit and the Paleo diet (Thanks to Robb Wolf the CrossFit nutritionist in 2009) Here is her story: In January this year I was really unhappy with how I looked and I knew something needed to change. I had booked […]

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