The Real Problem With Paleo Isn’t Paleo

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller November 29, 2014
The origins of the Paleo concept stem, at least partly, from the perfectly reasonable observation that modern diets and lifestyles create a lot of unnecessary disease. It’s not a very big step from that to realize that we weren’t meant to be couch potatoes; we weren’t meant to subsist on salty, fried, sweetened, packaged, refined, and manufactured foods that didn’t exist until 50 or 100 years ago.Based on this information, some authors (or marketers) found an apparently perfect target for their wrath: agriculture! Had not agriculture given us white flour and white rice? Wasn’t agriculture the ultimate source of potato chips and white sugar and corn syrup and genetically modified soy? Who regulates factory farms? The Department of Agriculture. Where are the most and herbicides sprayed and applied? Whoops, not on farms. They’re actually applied to on our lawns and gardens more, or at least those of our neighbors. But anyway, farms are the second most c... [More]

The Mediterranean Diet—Health Rules To Live By

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller January 24, 2012
It’s reassuring to know that the simple, native way Greek peasants ate as recently as 50 years ago is one of the healthiest and best-proven diets ever studied. [More]

Losing Weight Is Hard; Keeping Weight Off Is Harder

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller January 5, 2012
A growing body of research shows that our bodies become more hungry and hold on tighter to every calorie after we’ve lost weight; and some people simply have a harder time than others losing weight. [More]

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