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About my book: EAT THE YOLKS!

As a eah woman, I get her jokes and pop culture references, but that. But we CAN do better. I actually returned this book, as I disliked it so thoroughly – I was extremely disappointed in it.

You are both great at explaining complicated terms using simple language for lay people like me. Brands you can trust. I hope you LOVE the book! Some people will like that, some people not so much. That being said, this is a common yolkw for almost all nutritional books whether they are paleo, vegan, ketogenic, etc.

I agree with Ms. Thank you for what you do! First, our “ancestors” were not a homogenous group and what we know about the eating habits of Paleolithic humans is based on the archeological record, which is limited and updated all the time as we find new stuff cool stuff! We live in an era of health hype and nutrition propaganda, and we’re suffering for it. It was a good balance of scientific research and humorous enough to avoid becoming mundane and overwhelming.

It goes further than just nutrition. This could also make for a good book group book because Wolf makes the content relevant and accessible all while sticking to real science and scientific terms. It is very my a book, not a to-do list. Comments your hair looks fabulous! Even though it explains the expected history of nutrition and how nutrition works, it goes a step further and dispels a lot of myths about nutrition. Refresh and try again. If I was going to recommend one book for someone interested in the lifestyle to start with it would be this one.


What I did love was Liz’s perspective on the three macronutrients fat, protein, and carbwhich is that they are all important, and that we should not be vilifying any single one of them.

She takes us back to the foods of our ancestors, combining the lessons of history with those of modern science to uncover why real, whole food—the kind humans ate for thousands of years before modern nutrition dogma led us astray—holds the key to amazing health and happy taste buds. I think it might make me feel a bit defensive.

Apr 28, Stacy rated it liked it. I learned so much about the science behind it and why I feel like I’ve been scammed by the government that was paid by corporate interests and what schools teach you about nutrition.

I’ve had many many many conversations with people about my lifestyle change and all of the things I’ve done along the way to get in the best shape of my life, but at times it gets complex and I sometimes feel like I’m not saying the correct thing because it’s been too long since I read the information, instead I started simply telling people the easiest way to think of my diet is that I stopped eating processed foods.

This does not have to be an environmental disaster if we are true to what we really want and need. The facts about plant based oils and grains served as an excellent reminder that if I want to 1 be healthy and 2 look as good as possible for as long as possible, I need to up my nutrition game, big time. Wolfe, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is passionate about discovering the truth about food and educating her audience.


Great information, a bit flippant however. Along with her clear reasoning and well-articulated prose is a rapier-sharp wit that will have you chuck-ling on every page. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Blue Email Signup Bar! Would have a hard time recommending it to my parents, say.

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I’ve learned a lot from it. Trivia About Eat the Yolks.

I admit to not being particularly science-oriented, but she used a lot of scientific data to set up her arguments and in my opinion mostly stated opinion when ultimately making her points. Finally, though I love her personality on the podcast she does, I find it just didn’t translate well for me to paper. Balanced diets, with the four food groups. This had been the one conclusion that owlfe placed me firmly in the anti-dairy camp.

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But that isn’t always easy to get. I particularly like the ending: Could it all be a lie? And tens of thousands of you have read it AND made it a best seller! In this process I have lost 50 ,iz and gained energy, clarity of wolge, and some really awesome sleep!

Would like to know where she got some of the ideas that is, footnotes would have been nicethough appreciate Enjoyed it.

Wolfe about many things she has said like it’s okay to eat red meat!