EAT THE YOLKS LIZ WOLFE PDF
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Get my Email Exclusives! This was unfortunate, because underneath the writing style is actually some good information written in an accessible manner. Your email address will not be published. There is enough science to suggest that we are eating way too much grain and that it is highly processed, so why do we need to rely on the circular logic of “ancestral eating”?
Liz Wolfe is an engaging writer far more engaging than Loren Cordain and makes some very insightful arguments as well as a very rational case for Paleo. Great explanation about why the foods we’ve been told to shun should be back on our plates. Eat the Yolks By Liz Wolfe.
If she stopped there, th all the awesome stuff in this book, it would be a five star rating for me. I love learni If you’ve ever listened to Balanced bites then you know Liz is cuter than a slice of paleofied pie.
I just wish this stuff was common knowledge. It may be a great introduction to the real food lifestyle for li coming from the Standard American Diet, but if you have personal experience living this kind of life, or if you’ve read on the topics of public health, our food system, and the history of government dietary recommendations, this book will mostly be review but you will be treated to many “jokes” rat sit between parentheses just like thes I should preface my review by saying that I don’t think this book was really written for me.
Eating bet The first decade of my life was spent luz South Alabama in the 70s with access to rural farms. Feb 28, Suzanne Lang rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s all about the moderation.
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As lix who reads the studies and really does their own research on whatever my topic of interest may be, I found the way Liz presented what she’d found in her research to be frustrating. I particularly like the ending: Diane Sanfilippo, who shares podcast time in Balanced Bites with Wolfe, gives a foreword, and Wolfe jumps into the introduction with provocative questions and comments on the Propaganda Police, what Paleo is and what we need to know.
I also found Chapter 4 on nutrients to be well written, and it has some important rebuttals in there on the dangers of salt and vitamin A. That being said, this is a common problem for almost all nutritional books whether they are paleo, vegan, ketogenic, etc. I appreciate its emphasis on myth busting the things that “everybody knows. Mar 03, Suzanne Barrett rated it it was amazing.
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About my book: EAT THE YOLKS!
It’s okay to eat the yolks! Foreword by Diane Sanfilippo.
She takes us back to the foods of our ancestors, combining the lessons of history with those of modern science to uncover why real, whole food—the kind humans ate for thousands of years before modern nutrition dogma led us astray—holds the key to holks health and happy taste buds. This does not have to be an environmental disaster if we are true to wh Hey, I am so down with this. I agree with Ms. This had been the one conclusion that had placed me firmly in the anti-dairy camp.
Throughout the course of the book, Wolfe neither skims over information that might be seen to refute her own beliefs such as Weston A.
You can’t just pick the parts of evolution you like and ignore the rest. But wait, there’s more! There is still IGF, but removing casein makes the dairy decision more complicated. This is a tragedy of misinformation, food industry shenanigans, and cheap calories disguised as health food.
Many times, it was the perfect cure for my insomnia. I learned so much about the science behind it and why I feel wwolfe I’ve been scammed by the government that was paid by corporate interests and what schools teach you about nutrition.
Not gonna work—nutrients are what matter.