Here’s an intersection of two of my favorite topics — the heavy hand of the state in regulating speech, and paleolithic diets, from George Will. And good for the Institute for Justice.
OK, my question about this article is: who puts whole (or even cut) tomatoes in chicken soup? Honestly, the question being asked would never occur to me, because I’ve never been burned by a tomato in soup of any kind, let alone chicken.
This time it’s deadly. With a bonus discussion on surviving the coming meltdown.
I always forget the water, myself.
What it has to do with a low-carb diet. It’s not what you might think.
Is it on its last legs?
If so, it’s long past due.
The government has been a disaster for our health. And as he points out, it’s no coincidence that people who eat paleo tend to be libertarian. There’s a good reason for it.
It’s a long article, but bottom line is avoid sugar, and don’t worry about saturated fat.
In other words, sugar and flour. A new paper on why a paleolithic diet works.