|Vasco||# Posted on January 23, 2013 at 1:15 pm|
@feren6, Yeah, I agree with all you say, especially on the raw eggs, but I just don’t like the taste. About the meat: I never cook it full, as I like it medium-rare or even rare, but there probably is some benefit to not cooking it because of the vitamins destroyed and the proteins that get jambled together.
The whole point of paleo (for me) is to get the best food possible, so obviously I try to get my meat and eggs from good sources (free-range, not grain-fed, etc) and will probably have found a local farm by the time I do this experiment and am living in Bremen.
I love nuts, but I’ve read all about the o6:o3 ratio and will only eat them as eventual snacks.
If you have time, read up on the benefits of raw food. There’s a ton of books on the subject and most of them you can find online for free. A lot of them advocate a vegan diet, but you can always ignore those parts. For a book on raw paleo, check out Beyond Broccoli. I’ve read about half and it’s great (I’m yet to reach the part where she talks about why it should be raw, though).
anyway, thanks for the response!