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It turns out that everything we’ve been told about how to eat is wrong. Came here from your podcast. Throughout the course of the yolis, Wolfe neither skims over information that might be seen to refute her own beliefs such as Weston A. Mar 03, Suzanne Barrett rated it it was amazing. Thank you for what you do!
This book was very informative, thoroughly researched and presented the material in an accessible format. So, instead of only telling me about the plant-rich nutrients and why we need them, include some specific examples and uses. Oct 10, Richard Schwindt rated it really liked it. Refresh and try again. I really liked her tone and humor that was infused throughout the book.
Firstly, I have to state that I am extremely fortunate to live in a third world country where the processed foods so abundantly found in countries like America, took a lot longer to reach our shores. Fresh from the farm food. Dec 10, MomIsReading rated it liked it.
If you have ever read about the paleo lifestyle thw, you will likely be familiar with most of the ideas presented here.
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Thank you Liz, I love your work and podcasts with Diane! To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I love yolks and I love that your top was on backwards in outtake.
Try my Email Exclusives! Ancient grains were wild-harvested and unmodified, grown in richer soil without industrial pesticides. Eating bet The first decade of my life was spent in South Alabama in the 70s with access to rural farms. Or her indictment of studies that don’t carefully parse correlation and causation, which she then goes on to do herself through insinuation and use of the “rhetorical question” the section on sunscreen jumps out at me here, where she doesn’t acknowledge climate change as a confounding factor for skin cancer.
This is a very good introduction to paleo. The author is sassy, which makes the book entertaining. This does not have to be an environmental disaster if we are true to what we really want and need.
Eat the Yolks By Liz Wolfe. She takes us back to the foods of our ancestors, combining the lessons of history with those of modern science to uncover why whole, real food—the kind humans have been eating for thousands of years—holds the key to good health. I also found Chapter 4 on nutrients to be well written, and it has some important rebuttals in there on the dangers of salt and vitamin A.
I hope you LOVE the book! Return to Book Page. Dec 02, Becky Straub rated it liked it. I’m going to read it again and take thorough notes just because it’s chock full of credible and helpful information. Interesting read for those who want to eat animal fats or product with every meal. I love how down to earth and approachable this book is, mixed in with a lot of wit and humor to make it an easy read. It goes further than just nutrition.
About my book: EAT THE YOLKS! – Real Food Liz
Some people will like that, some people not so much. Brands you can trust. Must redeem within 90 dolfe. Basically I can save you the time and summarize it for you. Jul 07, Emily rated it liked it. I actually returned this book, as I disliked it so thoroughly – I was extremely disappointed in it. I admit to not being particularly science-oriented, but she used a lot of scientific data to set up her arguments and in my opinion mostly stated opinion when ultimately making her points.
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For example, she states that when we find evidence of our “ancestors” eating grain, we should remember that they ate it out of necessity and that it’s not the same grain we could get today, which is true. The author also seems to be operating under biases. I didn’t agree with everything, thf I learned some things and found lots of food yolsk thought —and I am not at all into the paleo lifestyle or mindset. As a something woman, I get her jokes and pop culture references, but that.
Nope—they are crucial to your health. If you have ever read about the paleo lifesty Firstly, I have to state that I am extremely fortunate to live yolka a third world country ezt the processed foods so abundantly found in countries like America, took a lot longer to reach our shores.
Nov 26, Nina. I know it was meant to make the text more approachable, but I honestly though her writing style was approachable enough without all of the pop-culture one-offs.
This is a tragedy of bad information, food industry shenanigans, and cheap calories disguised as health food.
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Nutrition doesn’t come in a box, bag or capsule. Th okay to use real butter instead of those processed fats and margarine. It is very my a book, not a to-do list. As someone who reads the studies and really does their own research on whatever my topic of interest may be, I found the way Liz presented what she’d found in her research to be frustrating.
Decades of avoiding egg yolks, choosing margarine over butter, and replacing the real foods of our ancestors with low-fat, processed, packaged substitutes have left us with an obesity epidemic, ever-rising rates of chronic disease, and, above all, total confusion about what to eat and why.