Where are all the Paleo Centenarians? Part 1 of 4


The Paleo Diet is extremely popular for weightloss and for those on a gluten-free diet. How does it perform for longevity however? Are there lots of paleo centenarians? We discuss this in this video.

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQXAnY7u2ns

Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnvVhkEbWYo

Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jc_cjfaF0E

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  1. Ok, based on these videos of yours I'm slowing way down on my banana smoothies and will go out and buy the blood sugar reader you were talking about.  I'm going to use the, little bit, of white rice products I have in the house and exchange them for whole brown rice.  I've been so frustrated because I have this great way of eating but almost zero weight loss. This videos been insightful.

  2. Excellent job on this series. I'm 45 and in my 3rd year of being Vegan. Videos like yours make me know I will remain that way for life. Great job! I will share these with my FB friends.

  3. I wish I could live on potatoes, I like them to much and over eat. I placed a link on the Inuit diet, they did well on their high fat diet. I can't stand to eat fat myself.

  4. My grandmother came from a family of centenarians and near centenarians. My grandma died last month at 98. Her mother died at 96. Her older brother at 99. Her two sisters at 107 & 108. They grew up on a farm, and my grandma was also the wife of a farmer. They ate pork, beef, poultry, dairy, veggies all from their farm. Not much fruit when they were children….it was expensive during WW1 and they did not grow it on their farm. None of them drank alcohol….absolutely none. And no processed foods whatsoever. When i was a kid, we spent every Sunday for dinner at my grandparents home and her regular meal to serve was roast pork. To this day, zero history of cancer, diabetes, or heart disease on that side of my family🤷‍♀️. They may not have been Paleo, but they certainly weren’t Vegan or Vegetarian either. I can’t help but think that diet has less to do with it than we think, and simple genetics plays a much bigger role…


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