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Why a Raw Food Diet is NOT Natural

I know what you’re thinking. But Swayze, a raw food diet is the most natural diet there is! I mean, it consists of nothing but fresh, raw ingredients, just like all wild creatures consume! You’re right. No animals (unless domesticated or fed by us) consume cooked foods. And humans have spent the vast majority of […]

April 22, 2011   4 Comments

10 Reasons Why the Primal Diet is Wrong

I didn’t get a chance to listen to most of Kevin Gianni’s Great Health Debate last week, but I was able to make room in my schedule for two night lectures. One of those lectures was Mark Sisson and Frederic Patenaude’s debate on low carb vs. high carb diets. The foundation of Mark’s primal diet […]

February 14, 2011   42 Comments

4 Ways to Improve the Mainstream Raw Food Diet

Last week, I reviewed an essay on evolution and the human diet and concluded with 4 main ways to improve the modern human diet: Eliminate/Limit Salt Intake Eliminate/Limit Grains Exercise Everyday Limit Fat Intake You can find the rest of the article here. Unfortunately, modern Americans with their SAD diet are not the only ones […]

July 12, 2010   15 Comments

4 Ways To Improve Modern Man’s Diet

One of my hobbies includes reviewing material on evolution and its relationship to the human diet. I know, I’m too cool for school. Human Diet: Its Origin and Evolution is one particular book that I have been reading lately. It’s a collection of essays written by numerous anthropologists, biologists, and other experts regarding—you guessed it […]

July 9, 2010   5 Comments

Should You Eat Grains On A Raw Food Diet?

It is no secret that humans consume a lot of cereal grains. It’s in our breakfast, our lunches, our side dishes and entrees. It’s in our Mexican, Italian, Chinese, and American staples. Grains even make up most of our favorite snacks and desserts. And according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the American […]

September 6, 2009   20 Comments