Paleo Nutrition

Must-Read Nutritional Information

The Obesity Code

The Obesity Code by Jason Fund MD exposes insulin resistance as the cause of our current obesity epidemic and offers a healthy solution of what and when to eat.

Deep Fat Frying

Deep fat frying with extra virgin olive oil is healthy and Paleo!

Growing Blueberry Plants

At the Byrd House we love our blueberries. Frozen or fresh, cooked in a pie or in a bowl of milk, we are always up for a very berry experience. So, the prospect of growing blueberry plants for our own berries in a backyard blueberry patch was very, very exciting!...

Book Review: Eating on the Wild Side

Eating on the Wild Side charts a healthier course for all those resisting the Sirens’ call of the standard American diet. Yet, to the untutored, safe passage on a course to a natural whole foods diet is fraught with peril. Jo Robinson’s thorough research and clear...

Olive Oil & Phytonutrients

Phytonutrients, Polyphenols & Olive Oil Mom always said, “Eat your vegetables!” Modern nutritional science affirms that eating your fruits and vegetables is important for a number of proven reasons. The plants we eat contain naturally occurring micronutrients known as...

Book Review: It Starts with Food

This Paleo diet tome by Dallas & Melissa Hartwig of Whole30 fame is a groundbreaking 'must read' for anyone who desires a deeper knowledge of the scientific underpinnings and nutritional value of a Paleo diet. It Starts with Food (Victory Belt Publishing, Las Vegas...

Book Review: The Perfect Health Diet

Book Review: The Perfect Health Diet The Perfect Health Diet by Paul Jaminet Ph.D. & Shou-Ching Jaminet Ph.D. (Yinyang Press, Cambridge 2010) is not just another Paleo diet book. It is one of the most comprehensive, but concise, treatises on human nutrition on the...

Sugar

Sweeteners I was just a little boy. I have a distinct memory of my Daddy taking me with him out in the country one day where we stopped in a place I’d never been. There were a number of folks around busily working at something. I didn’t quite understand. I had never...

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