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12 Paleo Myths: Eat Better than a Caveman (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Matt Stone
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Got the Paleo blues?

Eating the perfect diet for your genetic blueprint, but mysteriously feeling worse? Think it’s because you’re not trying hard enough? Think all these problems are due to the one croissant you had 6 months ago? Think again!

There are some serious flaws with the Paleo Diet. Sure, many people lose weight when they switch over to a boring diet of mostly meat and vegetables. Well, for the first few months before they start gaining it back that is. And many see health improvements – legitimate ones, as happens when the nutrition content of a diet goes up dramatically. Of course there are people who benefit from switching from a McDiet to something like Paleo!

But many get ravaged by it, and there are clear, obvious, and very basic physiological reasons for it.

Obvious signs that the Paleo Diet is inappropriate for you would be cold hands and feet, frequent urination, nighttime urination or night sweats, sleep problems – particularly waking up between 3-4 am, anxiety or panic attacks, muscle cramps, irritability, lack of energy, delayed stomach emptying, constipation, body odor, breath odor, dark circles under your eyes, appearance of allergies or autoimmune disease, loss of sex drive, sexual function, or menstruation, dry skin, poor exercise performance and recovery, migraines, blurred vision, and countless others.

If you suffer from these issues and you’re on a Paleo Diet, you better make some adjustments!

12 Paleo Myths: Eat Better than a Caveman goes into great detail about the physiology behind how the Paleo Diet, particularly one that is heavy in meat and fat and low in carbohydrates, affects us as human beings. For some, those affects might be highly favorable. But for others it’s like throwing gasoline on a fire.

The book also includes a discussion of some of the most basic tenets of Paleo that are illogical or scientifically wrong, such as the belief that carbohydrate consumption causes blood sugar or insulin levels to become too high, or the belief that we are genetically identical to our Paleolithic forebears.

And of course, it includes valuable information on how to overcome and reverse some of the problems you may have incurred or ceased to improve with your adherence to this latest peculiar, sciencey-sounding fad.

But that’s not all! The book also includes 50 thick pages of stories of people who had miserable results trying to follow a Paleo diet – from insomnia and panic attacks to loss of menstruation and boner kill.

Available in eBook, paperback, and audiobook narrated by Stone himself.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 236 Seiten
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  • Verlag: Archangel Ink (24. November 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Matt Stone is the real guru! 5. März 2014
Von Nathalie
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Although Stone doesn't want to be a guru, he is the ultimate guru, in my opinion! And his books just get better and better! Please yll buy "12 Paleo myths"!!! Whether you just started on paleo or low-carb and believe it will fix your problems or whether you are a sick, exhausted paleo veteran without a social life - this little gem is an absolute must-read!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Alle Bücher zum Themenbereich Paleo... 25. September 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
von Matt Stone sind gut - aber dieses ist aus meiner Sicht das beste, das ich von ihm gelesen habe.

Ich würde sagen, er hat eine ähnlich erfrischende Schreibe, wie Prof. Pollmer vom EU.L.E e.V., der Lebensmittelmythen auf die Spur kommt (wobei sich Matt Stone in Gegensatz zu Pollmer weitestgehend auf die möglichen Fallstricke der Paleoernährung (und insbesondere die möglichen Fallstricke der LowCarb-Paleoernährung) beschränkt.

Sein wichtigstes Thema ist der Stoffwechsel, der unter einem zu hohem Cortisolspiegel nicht optimal funktioniert (was sich unter anderem in niedrigen Körpertemperaturen und kalten Händen und Füßen bemerkbar macht).

Ich würde das Buch immer wieder kaufen - und natürlich auch empfehlen (die anderen Bücher von ihm allerdings auch) - und zwar insbesondere für diejenigen, die feststellen müssen, dass sich Dinge unter einer Low-Carb- Paleoernährung verschlechtern. Denn nicht jeder Körper reagiert auf Paleoernährung gleich.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Matt Stone and the Stone Age Diet 31. Januar 2013
Von Ita - Veröffentlicht auf
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In these days, when we depend on science as much as on culture to decide what to eat and what to avoid, more people have come to doubt the still unverified dominant hypothesis: that dietary fat, and particularly saturated fat is the root cause of metabolic syndrome. Some see the solution as a Paleo diet inspired by what sustained our hunter-gatherer ancestors but, according to Matt Stone, the author of this book, it in turn has left a trail of ill health among some of its devotees.

In `12 Paleo Myths: Eat Better Than a Caveman,' Stone reminds us that we are individuals and, while a Paleo diet may suit some, it is not for all. He goes on to say that there is more to life than food and fitness. None of this I dispute. Neither do I contest the fact that the products we are being offered in our supermarkets are radically different to those on sale in the nineteenth century. Statistics from the US Department of Agriculture are quoted in the book, to show that consumption of salad and cooking oil increased by 1,450% between 1909 and 1999. Matt Stone asserts that Omega -6 polyunsaturated fatty acids, rather than gluten in cereals (consumption of grains dropped by 31% during the twentieth century), is behind coeliac and other allergies. His hunch, for that is what it is, may well be correct.

The problem with this book, which relies so much on science to state its case, is that, while there is a bibliography, there are no specific references to the many claims made in the book. There are facts which are universally accepted and do not need to be substantiated. For example, no one doubts that starch is a polysaccharide which is digested to glucose. However, when a statement is made that `Omega -6 impairs thyroid function' we are entitled to know on what evidence this statement is based, who carried out the research, when and where it was published, and if any research exists which suggests that Omega -6 has no effect on thyroid function. Making sweeping statements like `One of the main differences between young people and old people is that old people burn more fat and less glucose for their energy supply,' without saying on what evidence they are based, deprives this book of credibility.

I had another problem with the book; the author's writing style which is laced with American slang. I don't think a book, which claims to enable people to rescue themselves from the effects of a diet which does not suit them, should descend to insulting those who think differently; and I do not think a serious non-fiction book should contain words like `goddam' `bullshit' and `crap.'
Ita Marquess
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Does Paleo really make sense? 24. September 2012
Von Chris H - Veröffentlicht auf
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I must admit that for a long time I was a very committed paleo dieter. I was an early adopter with Ray Audette, Tamir Katz and Art DeVaney. My blog promoted the concept and I explained to everyone how we needed to eat and train according to the way in which our paleolithic ancestors did. It all seemed so simple and sensible.

Of course things are never that simple and while Paleo has now gone mainstream I started to question more and more of the dogma and gradually moved away from the strict paleo approach and actually started to look feel and perform better.

Matt Stone's book is a great support to those looking to move out of the cult that paleo has become as he offers some strong and varied challenges to the paleo orthodoxy. The treatment of epigenetics is especially useful - our environment has a huge impact on our health. Your genes are not a fixed programme but a series of options, the path through which is influenced by your environment, even the environment of the womb in which you grew.

If you have any interest in Paleo you deserve to read this book to at least consider the other side of the argument. Things are not as simple as the paleo gurus might have you believe.....
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Changed my mind about paleo 10. Mai 2013
Von Jacqueline L. Crown - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have been low carbing it for on an off (mostly on) for over 23 years. I was eating paleo before it was even popular to do so. I ate that way mostly because avoiding grains and sugar were helpful for my allergies. After an initial weight loss, I began restricting carbs even more. All of these years I have been suffering with low immunity, hypoglycemic, dizziness, exhaustion, panic attacks, feeling freezing cold even in the middle of the summer, as well as many other symptoms. I never really understood what was going on with me. Then last year after a period of strict carb restriction my adrenals completely crashed. I got in bed one day and couldn't get out for a few weeks. Again, my doctor and all the books I was reading recommended a low carb diet. So after a year of hardly being able to function I came across Matt Stone's books. It took about 3 weeks for my body to get used to eating carbs again. It's been about 6 weeks back on carbs, and I am seriously a new person. I actually have energy, my immune system is stronger, I am no longer hypoglycemic, my sleep is amazingly deep, no more anxiety. Thank you Matt Stone! I wish I would have come across your books sooner. This book has opened the door to me learning more about the physiology of metabolism and energy production. Glucose is our friend! Enjoy the carbs.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Lack of scientific information 8. März 2014
Von M. Stark - Veröffentlicht auf
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I understand that Paleo isn't for everyone - I haven't even finished figuring out if it is for me. But it is for some people the answer to the question of what is wrong with them and why the medical community can't fix it.

I thought this book was going to be about fine tuning - "if you went Paleo and then this still troubled you, do this" and so I was excited. It is a hater book, full of slang and without scientific references.

The truth is that there isn't any one answer to how to eat healthy - you have to figure it out for yourself. This book will not help you do that.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Superficial 27. Oktober 2013
Von Peter Legård Nielsen - Veröffentlicht auf
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This ebook is one of the crappiest, I have ever read, which is a pity, because it could have been a valuable criticism of the paleo diet, that maybe even could have helped develop it further. The author loves to be a "badass" and to show it off, but it is not that interesting for the reader to participate in, especially up against the lack of real content. The author has a "hunch", that PUFAS are bad for us, and that is about as scientific as it gets. The advice, that the author has to people, who wants to "eat better than a caveman", fills only two pages and could easily have been boiled down to one. It is all about making the thyroid and the metabolism work at a maximum to cure all diseases, (which might be a good idea to help cure at least many diseases). To accomplish that, you have to eat big amounts of salt, sugar, saturated fats and starch and other carbohydrates. And then to drink only small amounts of liquid to make sure, that your urine keeps a strong yellow color. That is about it. To make the book one third longer the author has included a lot of emails, that clients have written to him. They are supposed to show the horrors of following the paleo diet, which some of them maybe does, but the big part seems to come from people, who claims, that their obsession with food is paleo. You can't help but feeling sorry for them.
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