Because of being a consistent best-seller for Hyperink since publishing my book last January, I’ve been approached to do a “Version 2” of the book.
As you can see, the cover has already been changed—this, in response to reader feedback. This is why I went with this publishing start-up in the first place. I wanted to write only one book about “paleo,” and I wanted the easy and fast ability to keep it fresh and relevant as my own thinking evolves, as things change, as new information is incorporated into the general paleo landscape.
So we’re now on that task. Here are some posts since the publishing I think could be relevant in whole or part, or a sentence here and there, or even a change in threads:
- Don’t Listen to Me. Listen to Dr. Terry Wahls, Cured from Debilitating Multiple Sclerosis (MS) On a Paleo Diet
- Farewell to [Debunking] Paleo
- High Nutrition for Pennies: Liver and Onions
- Beef and Chicken Liver Pâté
- Vegetarians and Vegans Get Well Deserved Bare-Assed Spanking
- Don’t Eat Like Melody Cherny
- Malnutrition –> Health Degeneration –> Obesity & Other Diseases of Civilization
- The Wife Unit: The Lipid Panel That Keeps Going and Going
- The Paleo Health & Longevity Spectrum
- Vitamin K2, Menatetrenone, Weston A. Price Activator X…or Whatever…It’s Amazing
- What Do You Do When You’re Sick?
- More Clues Toward Determining Optimum Vitamin D Levels
- Clear Thinking, Drawing Distinctions and North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition vs Steve Cooksey, Diabetes Warrior
- Let’s Take Down Another Know-Nothing Dietitian/Journalist: Jennifer Motl
- BWVAKTBOOM: Vegan Male Sexual Performance Propaganda
- Comrade Child: Your Lunchbox, Please
- Roundup: Lustig on Sugar on NPR, Vegan Orthorexia, and Adolf Hitler on Saturated Fat & Eating Paleo
- My Paleo Kids are Hungry All The Time!!! Help!!!
- The Moderate Starchy Carbohydrate Experiment
- Synthesis: Low-Carb and Food Reward/Palatability, and Why Calories Count
- Food Reward: “There’s Always Room For Dessert”
- New Study: Driving & Watching Red Meat Can Kill You
- The Moderate Carbohydrate Flu
- Onward by Moving Forward
- Guest Post: The Difference Between Eating Paleo and Being Paleo
- Omnivores: Tell The New York Times Magazine Why It’s Ethical to Eat Meat
- Jack Kruse: Neurosurgeon. Leptin Reset and Cold Thermogenesis. Controversy (with no direct mention of Kruse)
- Cold Therapy and Adaptation, and Ray Cronise
- Cold Water Therapy and Experimentation Recommences
- Guest Post: Your Backyard Kettlebell Workout
- How Do You Know What You Know?
- There are Bloggers, and Then, There are Paleo Bloggers
- Is Paleo a Sacred Grassfed Cow?
- Why Do Human Animals Behave Like That?
- Putting it All Together: Moderate Carb Paleo, Resistance Training & Kettlebells, Intermittent Fasting and Cold Thermogenesis
- No Guru: Cold Thermogenesis, Therapy, Exercise Recovery, or Just Exercise?
So there’s the “short list,” posts since sometime in December when work on the book began, inspired from all paleo posts on the blog to that point. Of course, I don’t really expect readers to go through those to advise me this way or that way (though anyone is welcome to do so). In fact, the list serves as a repository for the editors to go through and incorporate into the book as changes, additions, corrections…in short, continuing evolution.
You can help by posting comments about what you might want to see added, removed, edited, expanded, or whatever else.
As always, this book has one solid goal: be the absolute very best intro into the paleo diet and lifestyle out there, constantly fresh, new, relevant. I figure that’s how I serve my readers, commenters and the general public the best. Nobody familiar with all this really needs another book that much. What you need is the best book to give or recommend to folks who are curious.
Update: Well this is timely. A very nice review of the book from Steven Gray.
Writer, blogger and entrepreneur Richard Nikoley is one of the more colorful and unique characters in the paleo blogosphere. He and I are very different people and I don’t agree with him on everything by a long shot. The posts on his blog, Free the Animal, are blunt, confrontational, often delivered with unabashed profanity…but they are also downright entertaining. His take-no-prisoners attitude, especially pronounced when met with stupidity or bad reasoning, often provides much-needed doses of reality for the paleo community, whose information-cycling bloggers often seem to exist in a grass-fed and organically-pastured netherworld of online pontification.