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    Wicasa Yatapika June 7, 2012 Reply

    Riley Rules and he picked nice and shiny chrome wheels to do his business on…shows good taste!!!! lmao!

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    EE June 8, 2012 Reply

    Classic! I should get a free class at least. The real treat was 40 ring dips. Good one MD

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    Wicasa Yatapika June 8, 2012 Reply

    Unless you are living in a cave it is hard not to note the current fascination with two items of interest to those of us practicing or nurturing a new life-force direction, and they have found there way into the mainstream media recently and, in fact, are getting a lot of attention. From the Doctor’s Office, to Bicycling Magazine, to NPR, to Yahoo, etc. etc. etc. Below are a few tasty morsels I pulled from the rank and file of comments…the first is on barefoot running the remainder are on the Paleo Diet…Enjoy!!! 🙂

    In a point also emphasized by anthropologist Greg Downey, Lieberman notes that how we run barefoot in our modern environment matters a great deal. The Well blog quoted him as joking, “We did not evolve to run barefoot with bad form,” a statement he clarified in an email reply to me this week: “I suspect one actually can run barefoot with bad form, but it is harder and more painful to do so. I think running barefoot is a great way to learn good form.”

    Norcal Lifter (NorcalLifter) wrote: Evolutionary medicine is a methodology, not a theory, because it is a way to go about solving the cause of someone’s ailment. It’s controversial because there a LOT more money to be made in treating symptoms than preventing causes of sickness. For my auto-immune disease I could either (A) take meds for the rest of my life, or (B) stop eating the grains/legumes/dairy that causes or flares my issue. It is theory that I haven’t evolved to eat grains/legumes/dairy, but it is fact that avoiding those foods eliminated my problem. Monday, June 04, 2012 12:20:46 PM

    John Myers (mrtwilight23) wrote: Pretty amazing how this is considered a fad diet, when in fact we ate this way for 2 million years. Processed food is new to our diet. I would say fake processed food is the fad diet, and it’s driving chronic disease to wherever we export it on the planet. Sunday, June 03, 2012 2:23:54 PM

    Steve Swift (SteveSwift) wrote: I’ve been eating just fruits, vegetables and meat for a while now, I didn’t know it even had a name. What I will say is that it does require more frequent eating that is difficult in our culture. But for me, I’ve found that I feel better and digest all my food more fully. And as others have said, it’s not just eating these things, but also having a balanced lifestyle and choosing the least processed and altered forms of these foods. I know the food fad trend can seem annoying, but I do commend people for at least trying. Just changing your diet isn’t necessarily the answer to good or better health, but it’s a step, and trying new things is the best way to figure out what works for you. Saturday, June 02, 2012 12:06:13 PM

    CJ Callahan (SeaJade) wrote: Hype. Fad. Trendy. If it was made in a lab, don’t eat it. If it has ingredients you do not recognize without a biochem degree, don’t eat it. If it makes you feel bad, wired, bloated, heart burn, then don’t eat it. If you have a philosophical issue, don’t eat it. If it is contaminated (feedlot meat, antibiotics, hormones, pesticides) don’t eat it. Diets are a sales tactic, nothing more. Eat real food. Stay active. Stay social. Explore, read and have strong relationships. Be happy. Make love, a lot! Tuesday, June 05, 2012 8:21:42 AM

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