From Zero to Paleo and Evolution Diet: All-Natural and Allergy Free

Part One

!Kung San:,,,

What’s on the menu

/Du/da hunter/gatherers: Lee (1999:155). Resettlement:, Hunter/gatherer health: Cordain (2000), O’Dea (1984). Raw plant toxins:,

Zero to Paleo


The Purpose of a Diet

Yo-yo Dieting: Genes: Britten (2004); Obesity: ttp:// Fewer genes: How food works:

Part Two

Lartoli footprints: McKie (2000). Bipedalism and hunter/gatherer behavior:

Digestive Tract

Eat Our Colors: Health magazine, April 2004. Stomach acidity: Decreased oral health: Larsen 1998. Scissor-like motion: Klein (1999:204). Chimps: Harris (1989:37-38). Dogs are color blind: Stomach acidity: Chivers quote: Chivers (1992: 64). Digestive system: Animals’ digestive tract:

How A Dynamic Physiology Helps Humans

Peter Wheeler: McKie (2000: 23). Harris quote: Harris (1989:148).

Part Three

Fogel: Fogel (1999). French fries:

The Culture-less Diet

Neotame: Disgusting Foods: D’Amato, Erik (1998). African insect food:

What A Culture-less Person Would Eat

Sedentary lifestyle: Larsen, 1995; Fermentation: Rush (2000); Chivers (1994:60-64). Grains: Kushi (1993). Mastadons: Vitamins:, Iroquois and Cracker Jacks:,

Cultural Influences

Neophobia: Logue (2000: 90). Harris quotes: Harris (1989:168, 155).

Personal Influences

Erik D’Amato: Taste Aversion Learning: Logue, (2000: 93)

Part Four

Carbohydrate Is Not A Four Letter Word

Quote: High Fiber: MedStar Study:

What Too Much Sugar Does To Us

Diabetes:,{5FE84E90-BC77-4056-A91C-9531713CA348}. Quote: Rush (2000). Islets of Langerhans: Blood sugar: Snickers:

We Are Made of Protein

Protein: Harris (1989:306-7). Protein Metabolism:, More energy with high-carb diet: Truth About Food: Find Out If a High-Carb Diet Really Gives People More Energy (Video: 2007). Protein digestion: Strader, et al. (2005:175-191),, Digestion diseases: Adams (1999). Tryptophan:

With Friends Like Fats, Who Needs Enemies

Cholesterol: Fatty acid ratio: Omega-3: Trans-fats:

Part Five

Food allergies: Pine nuts: Deaths: Alasalvar (2008:65). Anaphylaxis description:


History: Tannahill (1995:24-5). Milk and Chinese:, Harris (1989:167). Life expectancy:


History: Salmonella: Cholesterol:, Tg0MDU4JnBvcz0xJnBhcj0ma2V5PWVnZyB3aGl0ZQ.html. Egg allergy:


Bertolomé de las Casas: Smith (2000: 2).Diffusion: “Mediocre taste”: Smith (2000: 3). Lectins: Freed (1999:1023),,–but-easy-on-the-peanuts-726527.html,


Allergy: Prehistoric fish eating: FAAN study:


Allergy: Szabo quote: 2 percent of adults: Wood (2007:56).


History, Navarette quote:, Prevalence: Toxins: Protese inhibitors: Phytic acid:, Tait (1983:75). Soyatoxin: Becker-Ritt (2004), Nitrosamines: Haas (2006:474), Denatured soy products:

Tree nuts

Almond: Tree nuts: Alasalvar (2008:65). Cashews: Brazil nuts: Cashews: Walnut: Prevalence: Alasalvar (2008:68). Monounsaturated fat:


History and Andrews quote: Intolerance:, Phytates:

Enck quote: Enck (2007).

    Part Six

Listen to Your Body

Penn State Study:

Appropriate Your Diet

Toxicity: Thermic effect:

Avoid Intake of Artificially Extreme Foods

Caffeine:; Field et. Al (2003),, J.J. Barone, H.R. Roberts (1996:119-129). Tortilla Chips: World Obesity: Caffeine content:

Part Eight

Truman Everts: Langford (1972: 1),, Lewis and Clark and the Nez Perce:, Benson (1982: 15-20). Pilgrims: Berzok, Murray (2005: 19-20). Reduction of variety:

Live Off the Land

Acorn mush: , Edible plants:, Army Survival Manual (1999: 9-9-11),,,,,,,,

‘Tis the Season

French habits: Pettinger (2006). Four plants: Healthier meats: Seasonal Foods:,

Part Nine

Water: Chan, Knutsen, Blix, Lee, Fraser American Journal of Epidemiology Vol. 155, No. 9: 827-833, Percentages: Plentiful: Harris (1989: 134). Aboriginal water: Aborigines: Bayly (1999).

Part Ten

    Fad Diets: Milk: Amygdalin: Broccoli: Tuna: . Chicken: Spinach: Calcium: Miller (2000).

Part Eleven

Basal Metabolism

BMR: BMR and breathing:

The Origin of Exercise

Male/female track and field: Harris (1989: 278). Carrier: Carrier (1984).

The Importance of Exercise

Exercise expenditure:

Breathing and Sleep

Sleep Foods: Sears (2002).


Stress and Sleep: Stress and weightloss:

Part Twelve

Health care costs:,


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