Paleo Diet vs Dietary Guidelines: What are we missing out on?

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In our previous blog we looked at the evidence supporting the Paleo diet. While promising, these few studies were very short in duration, had relatively small numbers, and were targeted mainly at people with metabolic conditions. What is still unknown though is the long term ramifications of eating the Paleo way as there are no […]

Paleo vs Dietary Guidelines: How do paleolithic diets stack up against more standard fare?

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In our last iNform Voice blog we explained the main differences between a Paleo diet and our current Australian Guidelines. However, do we know if this way of eating is good for us or is it just another fly-by diet? Is there actually any research to this diet and if so what does it tell […]

The evolution of Paleo diets: Hunting the roots of this food movement

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It seems everyone has an opinion on the Paleo diet. Some herald it as the the saviour to the human race while others warn of its potential dangers. It is a topic that polarises many people, and it certainly has created many misconceptions. But who do we believe? Many groups and individuals have vested interests. […]

Slow the ageing process with a V8 metabolic engine

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March is a month of mayhem in Adelaide. With the festival coming and going and the V8’s long gone from our streets, I have sensed a great deal of fatigue in those who have tried to keep up with the frenetic pace. It is like we need a tank of that high octane fuel to […]

What’s With Carb Loading?

Having recently completed my first official ‘mini ultra’ 50km marathon, one of the most common queries I received was about when I was going to do my carb loading, so I thought I would put forward my opinion on this concept! Carbohydrates are stored in the body, and unlike fat, storage space is limited. Our […]