Derisory RDA Nutrient Levels
- Paleolithic nutrition: what can we learn from the past? Mann, N. J. // Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition;2004, Vol. 13, pS17
Background - Anthropologists and some nutritionists have long recognised that the diets of Paleolithic and recent hunter-gatherers (HG) may represent a reference standard for modern human nutrition and a model for defense against certain western lifestyle diseases. Boyd Eaton of Emory University...
- Nutrition Lessons from the Stone Age. // Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter;May2001, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p4
Focuses on the diet of the people during the Paleolithic age. Nutritional aspects of the diet of Paleolithic people; Comparison between the diet of Paleolithic people and the diet of the people in the twentyfirst century.
- Paleo Cuisine. Chatto, James // ROM Magazine;2010, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p35
The article discusses the paleolithic diet.
- Metabolic and physiologic improvements from consuming a paleolithic, hunter-gatherer type diet. Frassetto, L. A.; Schloetter, M.; Mietus-Synder, M.; Morris, Jr., R. C.; Sebastian, A. // European Journal of Clinical Nutrition;Aug2009, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p947
Background:The contemporary American diet figures centrally in the pathogenesis of numerous chronic diseases—‘diseases of civilization’. We investigated in humans whether a diet similar to that consumed by our preagricultural hunter-gatherer ancestors (that is, a paleolithic type diet)...
- Diet Debate. Cox, Geoffrey; Howie, Michael; El-Agez, Adam; Watson, Matt; Kidman, Dame Fiona; Ferguson, Catriona; McLean, Tom; Lang, Sarah; Daly, Cherry A.; Mason, Seager; Wallis, Sally; Wallis, Chico; Franks, Mcdougal; Goa, Karen; Holt, Shaun // North & South;Aug2013, Issue 329, p12
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in the previous issues including "Sold Down the Road" in the July 2013 issue, "Gone Native" in the July 2013 issue, and "If Fish Could Scream" in the July 2013 issue.
- Paleolithic vs. modern diets--selected pathophysiological implications. Eaton, Stanley Boyd; Eaton III, Stanley Boyd // European Journal of Nutrition;2000, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p67
Examines the pathophysiological implications of the differences between contemporary and Paleolithic diets. Features of the Paleolithic dietary patterns; Evolution, nutrition and pathophysiology; Phytochemicals; Skeletal health; Insulin resistance.
- Is the Paleo way of eating here to stay? // Natural Foods Merchandiser;Jan2013, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p11
The article discusses several facts related to the evolution of Paleolithic diet including the percentage of Paleo followers who first heard of the diet in 2011, percentage of followers who learned about the diet on the internet and number of Paleo diet-related books available for sale.
- The Palaeolithic Prescription. // Prevention India;Dec2010, p5
The article focuses on the diet of humans during the Paleolithic Age. The estimates of Stone Age human diets suggest they were very different in several important dimensions including : glycaemic load, fatty acid composition, and micronutrient density. Dairy products, grains whether whole or...
- Did Neanderthals eat inner bark? Sandgathe, Dennis M.; Hayden, Brian // Antiquity;Dec2003, Vol. 77 Issue 298, p709
Using ethnographic parallels the authors identify 'bark peelers' used in Ice Age Europe. They suggest that Palaeolithic Europeans used these to extract edible and nourishing new growth from the trunks of spring trees.