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by admin on April 19, 2009

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Splendid Specimens: The History of Nutrition in Bodybuilding

The sport called bodybuilding demands the ex-treme in body presentation. No other athletic endeavor requires such high levels of regimentation for muscle development and body fat reduction. To outsiders, such efforts may appear vain and self-centered, even looming out there on the lunatic fringe. Nevertheless, the sport has had considerable influence on other fields of athletics, not to mention the general public.

We must remember that the men (and women) who sweat it out in the gym year after year were using the low-carbohydrate diet long before Dr. Atkins made it popular. Many other dietary strategies of today such as all-raw diets, protein supplementation, eating multiple small meals a day, carbohydrate loading, meal replacement packages and macro-nutrient balancing all derived their initial popularity from the bodybuilding field. [click to continue…]

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Edwin Casimero in Manila, Philippines

December 10, 2009

My raw paleo diet adventure came about with my desperate search for the cure for everything that afflicted me. The challenges to my life always needed a solution. Being trained as an engineer, a computer geek, a problem solver, led me to finding ultimate solutions or else. Born in 1969, I grew up just like […]

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Review of Ray Audette’s Book “Neanderthin”

August 18, 2009

REVIEW OF RAY AUDETTE’S BOOK “NEANDERTHIN”:- Ray Audette starts off by describing a few of the 19th and early 20th century gurus like Banting, Stefansson and Kellogg. He makes one error of omission about Stefansson in that he claims that Stefansson suffered a minor stroke in 1960 as a result of eating conventional carb-rich foods […]

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Review of “Not By Bread Alone” By Vilhjalmur Stefansson

August 13, 2009

Stefansson Book Review Not By Bread Alone(a book promoting a cooked, all-animal-food-diet including dairy and eggs):- The introduction appears to make a side reference to a theory that Vilhjalmur Stefansson made about “Blond Eskimoes”. That theory suggested that some Icelandic Vikings had mixed with some of the Eskimoes of Greenland. However, subsequent genetic studies have […]

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Advice on how to get used to raw food diets and how to handle social situations while doing a Raw, Palaeolithic Diet

May 19, 2009

A Raw Animal Food(RAF) diet is one of the most difficult diets to follow, given the social prejudices against eating raw meat.However, there are various ways to get around such biases:

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