Friday, September 02, 2011

The Paleo Rodeo #076

By Diana Hsieh

Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!

The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions of the Rodeo are collected on this page.

What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:

A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables.
The purpose of The Paleo Rodeo is to highlight some of the best blogging of the ever-growing paleosphere.

Here is this week's edition:
Mike Fout / New Renaissance presents Not Everything in the South is Fried posted at Every Day A New Adventure, saying, "Crab is Fish candy! It's like swimming bacon."

Peggy Emch presents Primal/Paleo Parent Bloggers and Their Favorite Reads posted at The Primal Parent, saying, "I compiled a list of all the Primal parents I could think of and asked them to submit a quote and book recommendation. The result is one huge post of wisdom and winter reading!"

Benjamin Skipper presents Theo's 84% Dominican Republic posted at Capital Bean.

Dr. John presents Paleolithic Nutrition: Diet and Modern Disease posted at Paleoterran, saying, "Our topic is the modern diet - with its high proportion of invented foods - as the source of many chronic diseases."

Todd Dosenberry presents If You Could Only Live On 4 Foods, What Would They Be? posted at Toad's Primal Journey, saying, "Have fun with this post folks! It's a challenge! It started with 10 foods and is now down to 4. Can you choose only 4 foods to live on if you had to?"

Ruth Almon presents Tomato Salsa posted at Ruth's Real Food, saying, "Sometimes it's hard to convince SAD fans to eat something healthy, but no one has turned down my probiotic salsa yet. Waa haa haaaa!"

Kris presents Foods to avoid: The four worst foods to eat when losing weight posted at Kris Health Blog, saying, "A list of the four worst foods to eat when when on a diet. You might be surprised because some of these foods to avoid are often considered healthy."

Meghan Little presents Caribbean Jerk BBQ Sauce | Paleo BBQ posted at Paleo Effect, saying, "This Caribbean Jerk BBQ is just like going to a restaurant...but Paleo! Great for football season, these are always a crowd pleaser at our get-togethers!"

Frank Hagan presents Low Carb Poses No Arterial Health Risks posted at Low Carb Age, saying, "High fat, low carb diets pose no arterial health risk, and can safely be followed on a long term basis, according to studies from Johns Hopkins University Hospital."

Lauren presents Summer squash "corn"bread posted at Raspberry & Coconut, saying, "Coconut flour + egg + squash = corn-less cornbread- plus you can get rid of some of that never-ending summer squash!"

Nell Stephenson presents My PALEO Foods on a Big Volume Training Day posted at TrainWithNellie.

J. Stanton presents When Satiation Fails: Calorie Density, Oral Processing Time, and Rice Cakes vs. Prime Rib (Why Are We Hungry, Part V) posted at GNOLLS.ORG, saying, "Did you know that prime rib has less calories per gram than rice cakes? Learn more about satiation, calorie density, and oral processing time in this continuation of the epic series "Why Are We Hungry?""

David Csonka presents A Journalist's Guide to Debunking the Paleo Diet posted at Naturally Engineered.

Melissa "Melicious" Joulwan presents SB&J Burger posted at theclothesmakethegirl, saying, "Inspired by a PB&J burger I ate in Venice, CA when I went to the AHS. This version is 100% paleo and SO ridiculously tasty. I know it looks weird. Trust. It's stupid good."

Benjamin Skipper presents Dagoba's 59% Lavender Blueberry posted at Capital Bean, saying, "I'm very interested in lavender given my farming project and embraced this bar as a introduction to its herb status. Is it as great a floral experience as it could be?"

Julie Sullivan Mayfield presents The post you've been waiting for! posted at Paleo Comfort Foods, saying, "It's always the "treat" recipes that get the paleo community buzzing. Here's one such treat - our take on Nutella - but without added sugars. It's super rich, and great for - you guessed it: a treat!"

Peggy Emch presents Understanding Poop - Constipation, IBS, and Other Digestive Disorders posted at The Primal Parent, saying, "I'm not here to tell you the same thing that everyone else will tell you, to eat more fiber and drink more water. Quite the opposite actually."

DebB presents Patriotic Red, White, Blue Potato Salad Recipe posted at Increase Metabolism & Live Healthy, saying, "Home made is always better and this is sure to please."

Michael Pizolato presents I Ate What??? posted at PizSez, saying, "In which I break every single paleo "rule.""

Julianne Taylor presents 3 methods of measuring body fat compared over 100 days posted at Julianne's Paleo & Zone Nutrition Blog, saying, "A few years ago I took part in a 100 day fat loss / body building challenge. I did a little N=1 study during the 14 weeks and measured my body fat in 3 different ways. I wanted to see

:1. Do the 3 methods come up with the same body fat calculation?

2. Do they show a comparable amount of change of body fat over the 3 months?

3. If there were discrepancies - what would explain these?"

Laurie Donaldson presents A Peck of Pickled Peppers and Chickens posted at Food for Primal Thought, saying, "Pickled peppers and a chicken update."

Megh presents Preparing Frozen Foods for a Power Outage posted at Yolks, Kefir, and Gristle, saying, "When you buy meat in bulk, or in partial/full-animal quantities, or simply stock up when it goes on sale, an extended power outage can end up being a very expensive unexpected event."

Megh presents Mystery Meat Monday: Chicken Liver Pate posted at Yolks, Kefir, and Gristle, saying, "A onion- and garlic-free chicken liver pate that is still DELICIOUS!"

Megh presents Carrot Raisin-optional Salad posted at Yolks, Kefir, and Gristle, saying, "A favorite side dish from my childhood, and surprisingly paleo-friendly -- although it wasn't during my childhood, with the store-bought mayo!"

Stacy Toth presents Our Kid-Friendly T-Shirts! posted at Paleo Parents, saying, "Get your kids involved in paleo in a fun way"

Meghan Little / Angel Torres presents Paleo Jalapeno Sala posted at Paleo Effect, saying, "Viva Mexico! This Salsa blew me away. A great creation by the love of my life Meghan. Try it with our Paleo Tacos or by itself over Paleo Bread. It is awesome!"

Chris Tamme presents Health and Weight Loss is 80% Diet posted at Primal Roar.

Patty Strilaeff presents Book Review: Paleo Comfort Foods posted at following my nose..., saying, "This book made me miss those big Sunday meals of my childhood, but then showed me how I could have them again!"

Ellen Hahn presents In Defense of Lard posted at A Mom On A Mission . . . . . . to nurture and nourish her family.

Tara Grant presents The Evolution of Coffee: Bacon Maple Lattes posted at Primal Living, saying, "Coffee...and bacon? Together? That's right; it's simple, Paleo and totally delicious. Click here for the recipe that will change how you brew your morning cup of Joe."

Amy Kubal presents "You really helped kick us off with this new way of life!!!" posted at Robb Wolf | The Paleo Solution book and podcast | Paleolithic nutrition, intermittent fasting, and fitness, saying, "Find out what a Paleo Dietitian can do for you - A Testimonial."

Everything Finance presents Reduce Acid Reflux by Avoiding Certain Foods posted at Stay Healthy And Fit, saying, "About 50 percent of the people around the world suffer from acid reflux. Some of us are aware of it, and some choose to ignore it - consciously or unconsciously."

Kara presents Primal Lemon Bars posted at The Primal Home.

Tony Federico presents The 3FW (Fed Fun Food of the Week): Red Palm Oil posted at FED - Fitness in an Evolutionary Direction, saying, "You have probably consumed more of this oil than you realize, but in a very different form. Learn more about traditionally made, sustainable, delicious, and nutritious red palm oil with this weeks 3FW."

Jennifer Hunt presents PCOS Study: Calling All Volunteers posted at Vibrant Sexy Strong.

Robin S. presents Chasing Greatness (and beating it down). posted at Confessions of a Paleolithic Drama Queen, saying, "Greatness is a choice. It's not something that just happens to you when you aren't looking. These are lessons I'm learning as I pursue my dream."

Havard presents Herring with eggs and onion posted at Courageous Mind, saying, "Herring is a very traditional Norwegian food. It is also a great paleo fare."

Ian M. presents Coffee Vino braising sauce - London Broil posted at Happy Food Happy Family, saying, "This recipe will leave your house smelling fantastic (if you like the smell of meat) and serve up a hearty, warm, comforting and filling meal. The stove top simmering can be replicated in a crock pot-we just don't have one so I did the braising on the stove."
Many thanks to the PaleoBloggers who submitted to this edition of the The Paleo Rodeo! This blog carnival has plenty of room to grow! So if you blog on paleo-related matters and you'd like to submit your posts to the carnival, please subscribe to the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. You'll receive instructions and reminders via that list.

Finally, you can find all of the blogs of the PaleoBloggers on this continuously-updated list:
Enjoy!

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