Although I currently follow a Paleolithic diet, I’ve come to realize that what matters is the consumption of whole foods, not the precise percentage intake of meats or vegetables.  It’s clear that depending on our environment, heritage and genes, we can tolerate different levels of macronutrients, especially carbohydrates –that is, unless you have blood sugar issues or metabolic derangements.  The rule in macronutrient allocation is polymorphism:  individual differences are much more determining than the general principle.  There is no one-size fits all diet.  What works for one may not work for another.

Diet:  Moderate carb, safe-starch Paleo with exclusions — gluten grains, soy, nightshades, and nuts.  Intermittent lacto/ovo-Paleo.

Exercise:  HIIT 3 times a week for 45 minutes.  Cold thermogenesis, whenever possible.


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  1. What’s HIIT? The link to cold thermogenesis goes to a page with a ginormous pop-up ad which obscures the main page and is blocked by my work’s proxy server.

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