Mar 3
2011

Paleo Diet Video: The Robb Wolf & Art De Vany Interview

Written by Travis | posted in Paleo Diet, Video | 8 Comments

The Paleo Diet Video That Has Everyone Talking

Finally, the Paleo diet is beginning to get the recognition it deserves. The most annoying part of this video is the nutritionists. Do we really need it to be validated by nutritionists? Maybe to convince the public at large, but to me, it’s still annoying.

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8 Responses so far, but there is still room for yours

  1. Jules says:

    I’m glad the nutritionists gave their blessing because that will help with the mass-appeal, but yeah, still annoying! I’m trying to convert my mom, so I asked her to watch the show; she really liked it but said “I noticed they were saying to eat lean meats, and not all that lard and bacon like you do.” Sigh… I’m glad that now she’s interested and wants to learn more; now I’ll just have to get her straight on healthy animal fats.

    • Travis says:

      Jules,

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!

      I’m sure you’ll have your mom straight in no time. Once she feels the difference when she begins to eat a little more animal fat she’ll be hooked.

      I’m digging your blog too, lots of excellent recipes and ideas.

      All the best,

      Travis

  2. kimboosan says:

    It’s nice to see paleo getting some good press for a change! Yeah, the nutritionists consulted were just more of the same old, but not condemning the lifestyle out of hand IS progress, after all!

    Seeing the gym in action really is inspiring, though – I’d love to belong to a “tribe” like that! (hopefully someday when I’ve got an income again…*sigh*)

    Thanks for sharing this!

    ::::kbs

    • Travis says:

      Kimboo,

      Thank you for commenting, much appreciated. You’re so right, this IS progress.

      Instead of joining a tribe, have you thought of starting a tribe? Doesn’t have to be in a gym, just a group of like-minded friends who workout together. Heck, Google “body weight movements” and take your tribe to the park.

      Oh yea, good luck on your year of living dangerously and exploring boundaries. I dig it! :)

      All the best,

      Travis

  3. Andrea says:

    Hello,

    I’ve tried the Paleo Diet for one month, and I do feel great. Do you have any data regarding the long-term (>15 years) consequences of the Palo-diet?
    Thanks,

    Andrea

    • Travis says:

      Andrea,

      Thank you for stopping by to comment. Unfortunetaly, I do not have information over the long-term. :( I would be interested if you found some though!

      All the best,

      Travis

  4. Marisa says:

    I’m one of those annoying people who had to research Paleo like crazy before I would consider giving up my “healthy” grains, so having the the nutritionist was necessary. But I am now going to annoy everyone I know getting them to convert and enjoying every moment!

    As far as Andrea’s question about the long-term – the Paleolithic Diet Nutrition Page on PaleoDiet.com says it’s been there since 1997! :)

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