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Kiki wrote:The videos look interesting, but who is PrimitiveNutrition?
Kiki wrote:Plus, he bases many of his criticisms largely on the backgrounds and credentials of others -- for example Denise Mingher is too young, too undereducated, etc. to be taken seriously.
MikkoL wrote:These alternative China studies are quite interesting:
Primitive Nutrition 64: China Studies, Part III
Primitive Nutrition 65: China Studies, Part IV
Funny how these can tell to some people, that vegetables are not that good for you.
My already low appreciation towards some writers has been sinking steadily while watching.
Spiral wrote:Dr. McDougall is mentioned on Primitive Nutrition 42 in which McDougall's newsletter article about Mummy's high fat diets is mentioned.
Spiral wrote:Don Matesz's blog is very interesting. He was on the Paleo diet for many years. But he began having health problems and is now mostly, though not entirely, plant based.
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