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Eat the Yolks by Liz Wolfe

May 31, Karoline rated it really liked it. It’s okay to use real butter instead of those processed fats and margarine. I appreciate its emphasis on myth busting the things that “everybody knows. Her best advice is when she’s urging her readers to “Eat food that actually is food” and giving specific guidance about the nutrients and health benefits to be gained from doing so.

But wait, there’s more! Plus, we were a long way from the farm. Instead, what I got was a poorly written and infantile book. All in all, if you can get through the parts of the book where Wolfe unintentionally undermines her argument about resisting nutritional “dogma”, with flimsy-ish anthropology and logical fallacy-ish “dogma” of her own she just calls it “Paleo”there’s a lot of good stuff to learn here.

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About my book: EAT THE YOLKS!

Ring said, she’s a bit too sassy for Liz Wolfe gives a good overview of the problems with modern food, and what to eat for optimal health. I found the jokes and silly side notes to be distracting and jarring, and I imagine someone trying to learn this stuff for the first time would too.

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So, instead of only telling me about the plant-rich eay and why we need them, include some specific examples and uses. I didn’t agree with everything, but I learned some things and found lots of food for thought —and I am not at all into the paleo lifestyle or mindset.


So much information and also humor. I’ve had many many many conversations with people about my lifestyle change and all of the things I’ve done along the way to get in the best shape of my life, but at times it gets complex and I sometimes feel like I’m not saying the correct thing because it’s been too long since I read the information, instead I started simply telling people the easiest way to think of my diet is that I stopped eating processed foods.

She integrates science, anthropology and breaks down some myths while she is at it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Or her indictment of studies that don’t carefully parse correlation and yllks, which she then goes on to do herself through insinuation and use of the “rhetorical question” the section on sunscreen jumps out at me here, where she doesn’t acknowledge climate change wo,fe a confounding factor for skin cancer.

I love how down to earth and approachable this book is, mixed in with a lot of wit and humor to make it an easy read.

Introducing Eat the Yolks!

Obviously, just real food, properly raised meat yolms seafood, locally sourced if possible. You could easily call this a Paleo Primer. Eat the Yolks By Liz Wolfe. It’s not that I’m just lliz her word on it but I’ve been reading it other places too. I particularly like the ending: Firstly, I have to state that I am extremely fortunate to live in a third world country where the processed foods so abundantly found in countries like America, took a lot longer to reach our shores.

Liz Wolfe provides a cogent primer on why Paleo is the way to go. Diane Sanfilippo, who shares podcast time in Balanced Bites with Wolfe, gives a foreword, and Wolfe jumps into the introduction with provocative questions and comments on the Propaganda Police, what Paleo is and what we need to know.

Sign up and get a free eBook! Lots of teh to all, good luck on your journey to better health x PS: To ask other readers questions about Eat the Yolksplease sign up. What I did love was Liz’s perspective on the three macronutrients fat, protein, and carbwhich is that they are all important, and that we should not be vilifying any single one of them.


For that I am glad, since it would seem that the more advanced societies become, the further they move away from the “messy” yolk, whereas I have access to excellent animal products, especially organ meats. Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! Return to Book Page. Counting calories is a waste of yooks.

The author explains reasons for the diet lia discredits common anti-paleo myths better than other books.

About my book: EAT THE YOLKS! – Real Food Liz

Jan 31, Well Read Southerner Blog rated it sat liked it. In Eat the Yolks, Liz Wolfe dismantles today’s myths about fat, protein, carbs, calories and nutrients to finds the truths—truths like: What a wonderful source of information about eating real food! There isn’t a section in this book devoted to “foods you should eat and foods you shouldn’t”, instead she sums it all up by simply saying “eat food, not processed crap”. And knowing that it originated from a sex negative doctor in the 19th century who wanted his psych patients to masturbate less?

We need animal protein.

Feb 28, Suzanne Lang rated it it was amazing Shelves: If she stopped there, with all the awesome stuff in this book, it would be a five star rating for me. The central argument might best be distilled as: I agree with Ms.

A well written and easy to read book. The paleo, or more accurately described “real food” lifestyle, has been a total game changer for me. Eat the Yolks Trade Paperback They probably didn’t live long enough to acquire the diseases of aging that we wwolfe facing now.

Well worth the time spent reading it. Should one be inclined to check her statements, several pages of source ma-terials are listed at the back of the book. Still some humor, but much more straight forward on the “do this not that.