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This years Top 10 Viewed Posts

copy-eyes2Before ChristianJax.ca turfs (resets) this years stats for readers most viewed posts and surfs into the new year, here is a list of 2012 most viewed posts:
  1. The Paleo Food Pyramid
  2. Hollywood on Paleo
  3. How to Make Your Coffee Bulletproof…
  4. Ultimate Paleo Pad Thai
  5. How to be a Nutritarian!
  6. Honey, I have something for you to read…
  7. Ontario’s Grass-Fed Beef
  8. What is the Paleo Diet?
  9. Schneider Country Naturals Wieners are gluten free « Gluten Free Ottawa
  10. Robb Wolf on Paleo

I hope you get a chance to browse through this top 10 list and when I get a chance I will post the recipe for our Surf and Turf we had for our New Years Eve Dinner.

See you all in the New Year!!!

Christian

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Fix Antibiotics

Real Milk Time

Find Meat Raised Without Antibiotics from Retailers, Farmers Markets, Eateries and Farms.  Continue reading Fix Antibiotics

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How to Make Your Coffee Bulletproof…

Although I drink my coffee black, this is an interesting way to get your good fats, article from Dave Asprey:

When I tell friends (and pretty much anyone who asks) that I eat half my calories from healthy fats, one of the most common questions after “Why?” is “How?”

I start the average day with a cup of Bulletproof coffee. I learned about the power of butter at 18,000 feet elevation near Mt. Kailash in Tibet when I staggered into a guest house from the -10 degree weather and was literally rejuvenated by a creamy cup of yak butter tea Continue reading How to Make Your Coffee Bulletproof…

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Salmon – What’s New and Beneficial about Salmon

waters on the Adams river thick with Sockeye s...

Sockeye salmon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’m always trying to get a bare minimum of at least one meal a week with wild caught fish, however…

Even though contamination with mercury, pesticides, and persistent organic pollutants (POPS) has become a widespread problem in salmon habitats and with the quality of salmon itself, there are still salmon runs that pose relatively low risk in terms of contaminants. Leading this low-risk category for wild-caught salmon are Alaskan salmon. Continue reading

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Why you got fat and what to do about it?

This is one of my favourite articles, which is where I found the video above:

Q: Fine, but you still haven’t given me any reason to avoid grains and legumes other than their high carbohydrate content. Do you hate on grains and legumes just because they make you fat? Continue reading

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Disclaimer

'Treading at own risk'

‘Treading at own risk’ (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

One of my readers sent me an e-mail with some questions regarding Paleo in Ottawa. Unfortunately, I accidentally deleted the mail before replying. If you are reading this please re-submit and I will try to answer your question.

Disclaimer – I am not responsible for my foolish computer etiquette…

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Big Fat Head

This is an excellent video to watch, things that make you go hmmmm…

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The Argument Against Cereal Grains

Barley

Barley (Photo credit: freefotouk)

I’ve been meaning to write a post on how gluten grains are a suboptimal source of nutrition in other than small amounts.   However, due to a busy schedule I thought I would at least repost one of Dr. Kurt Harris’s online papers with respect to this subject: 

“Cereal grains are seeds of monocot grasses that have been artificially selected by humans to serve as food. The ones that cause the most trouble, and constitute the biggest part of European and North American diets, are the gluten grains Wheat, Barley and Rye. Continue reading

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