Today, I talk with Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, PhD (a.k.a. The Paleo Mom), about the science and research that supports the ancestral diet and lifestyle.
Reports claim that overweight people live longer than their normal weight counterparts. Is this true? Or is mass media jumping to an unfounded conclusion?
Various media sources have said that genetically modified foods are perfectly safe. There has also been evidence to the contrary. Are GMOs safe or not?
Lactose intolerance is one of the most common food intolerances. Is true lactose intolerance the cause of digestive distress? Can it be cured?
Trans fats are one of the few food components that are widely accepted as being unhealthy, and for good reason. But can some trans fats be healthy?
Recently, Consumer Reports Magazine released their analysis of arsenic levels in rice products, and the results were concerning.
We don't know for sure what our paleolithic ancestors ate. But what we do know is enough to guide us towards a species appropriate diet today.
What passes for "normal" blood sugar may be common, but it's not normal. Unless you think diabetic complications like neuropathy and heart disease are normal.
Statins are the most popular drugs in history. Yet statins have been shown to have serious side effects and complications in up to 30% of people who take them.