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Monday
Dec202010

This Week in Paleo - Episode 16 - Paleo Pregnancy, Reversal on Carbs, Beauty Sleep, Biggest Loser, Why Nutrition Sucks, Sisson

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This Week in Paleo Podcast Show Notes:

Paleo Pregnancy
  • Interviewing mid-wives, deciding whether to have a hospital birth or a home birth
  • Diet & Supplementation

Reversal on Carbs

Sleep


Switching to a Paleo Diet
Obesity & Vitamin D


Buying Silence

Paleo Village Segment

Blog of the Week
Moment of Paleo
After the Bell

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Reader Comments (2)

You may like the taste of goat liver over beef liver. It is also a ruminant, so I am guessing it is similar in nutrition to beef liver. If I were to make my own superfood list, liver (beef or goat) would be #1.

December 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMAS

I'd definitely like to try it. Amazing how difficult it is even to find calf liver around here. Goat liver will be a challenge.

December 22, 2010 | Registered CommenterAngelo Coppola

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