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Offline Chris Graeme

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Recommended reading
« on: August 09, 2006, 01:49:38 PM »
I thought I'd post a few books that are useful resources.  I may revisit and add some websites etc at some point.  In addition to Art's blog and essay have a look at

The Doctor's Heart Cure How to Build an Impregnable Heart Today — Without Unnatural Diets, Dangerous Drugs and Time-Wasting Aerobics  By Al Sears, M.D.

from http://www.dragondoor.com/b30.html or Amazon

Paleo diet, resistance exercise, antioxidants, infrequent intervals, objections to aerobics.  All good stuff backed up by research, medical papers etc.

The TBK Fitness Program  from http://www.tbkfitness.org/TBKprogram2 or Amazon.

Apparently he picked Art's brains for all this info, but it is cheap and well written science.

Play as if Your Life Depends on It  by Frank Forencich, published by GoAnimal  - review at http://www.evfit.com/Forencich_review.htm

The  Great Cholesterol Con by Anthony Colpo  from http://www.theomnivore.com/ or Amazon -  a densely writtenm fully referenced text that refutes the idea of cholesterol causing heart disease.  Focusses on a low carb diet.

Eat Fat Get Thin by Barry Groves  well written basic low carb diet book that first turned me on to low carb eating
http://www.second-opinions.co.uk/eatfat.html

Paul Chek - Eat Move and Be Healthy  some wierd New Agey spiritual stuff, but well written and generally good advice especially on functional exercises.

Never Gymless by Ross Enamait  http://www.rosstraining.com/nevergymless.html

Good book focussed on how to train with no gym.  Hard  and intense exercise with a surprisingly good chapter on diet.  (not paleo...but he is getting closer)

Any booklet by Bryce Lane from http://www.ironsports.tv/bookletpage.html

The Road Ninja one is especially useful for bodyweight exercise....








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Re: Recommended reading
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2006, 11:34:39 AM »
Hello there.
I discovered this forum from a link on Wikipedia.
I'm a Paleo (ish) eater, and try to exclude dairy, grains and legumes as much as possible from my diet.

I have a blog at the link below. Have a look and see if you think there is any good info there for you to read.

Cheers

Neander-Steve.


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Re: Recommended reading
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2006, 12:26:30 PM »
Hi Steve

nice to have you along.

This forum was started manly to discuss the ideas of Art DeVany - http://www.arthurdevany.com/

but it  is really for any discussion of the paleo / neanderthin / evolutionary fitness  approach.

The blog looks good

Chris
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Re: Recommended reading
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2006, 02:46:18 PM »
Hello there.
I discovered this forum from a link on Wikipedia.
I'm a Paleo (ish) eater, and try to exclude dairy, grains and legumes as much as possible from my diet.

I have a blog at the link below. Have a look and see if you think there is any good info there for you to read.

Cheers

Neander-Steve.

Welcome aboard Steve

Hope you can contribute and learn from the forum

Feel free to let others know about it

We're just starting out but I think it can be a great resource some day

- E