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Eating gluten free and paleo diet travelling in Russia

We arrived in Moscow on 16th September, where we stayed in the Volga apartment hotel. I’d highly recommend staying here if you have a family, it was very spacious, in an attractive leafy part of Moscow about 3 k from Red Square, close to Prospekt Miro, a major shopping street, and the Metro, so getting […]

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“It Starts With Food” book review

Having been a passionate advocate for the power of food for the last 15 years (initially the Zone diet now Paleo, or as I like to think ‘a human species appropriate diet’), the book title itself is enough to get me salivating. (I was lucky enough to meet the authors Dallas and Melissa Hartwig at […]

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Okay Paleo people – Carbs do NOT Kill

This post is gonna be short and sweet. It was triggered by this: Carbs are Killing You (full size) And this: Paleo Diet Myth Testimonials I’m not going to write a long post on this. It’s just something I need to get off my chest. I just wanted to say that I am really tired […]

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Thankyou and Happy New Year

Thankyou First of all – a big thankyou to all those who read my blog posts and take the time to write comments and share your stories. And to those who have donated – I really, really appreciate it – you have no idea what a difference it makes for me. It’s already into the […]

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Ancestral Health Symposium: lots of useful links

I’ve started writing a couple of posts. I’m particularly interested as a nutritionist, in the application of some of the science I heard at ancestral nutrition. In the meantime, I’ve been jumping all over the internet / blogging world getting trapped into reading one fascinating post after another, most from the amazing smart folks who […]

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Dr. Jean Seignalet, ancestral diet and auto-immune disease trials

Auto-immune diseases. I have one – Hashimotos (or two , possibly mild lupus as well), my mother has one – lupus, with small airways disease,  my great great grandmother had severe lupus. The lupus rash on her face became so damaged by the harsh New Zealand sun her nose virtually rotted away. My mother’s lupus […]

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Mark Sisson (Primal Blueprint) in NZ Herald

Mark Sissons Primal Blueprint cookbook has made the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine’s list of 5 worst cookbooks: The Primal Blueprint, meanwhile, “sets back evidence-based nutrition nearly two million years“. It includes “a section of cholesterol-laden recipes for offal – entrails and internal organs”. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainment/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=10696134 The Primal diet is a Paleolithic diet – yes the […]

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Hi, my name is Julianne Taylor, I am a Zone diet and Paleo diet enthusiast and registered nurse. I am also a nutritionist, I studied at Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. This blog will cover topics of interest in Paleo, Zone and general nutrition. I have worked with thousands of clients over the last 10 […]

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