What is Paleolithic Nutrition?
- A natural diet is best
- Nature is defined as the absence of technology
- Absent technology, grains, beans, potatoes, milk and refined sugars are not edible to any Primates (including Humans)
"This work represents a paradigm shift in our views of nutrition and obesity. Ray's view of a natural diet as being the one possible without technology is purely logical. His views of obesity as an immune system response to foods introduced by technology is revolutionary."
Alan S. Brown, M.D.
(from the foreword)
"Neander-Thin closely resembles the diet I have prescribed for over 5,000 overweight patients in the last eight years. This plan reduces weight and improves diabetes, high blood pressure, and cholesterol by addressing the underlying problem -- our modern diet. Ray sees the forest as well as the trees!"
Michael R. Eades, M.M.,
Author of Protein Power and Thin So Fast
Director of the Arkansas Center for Health and Weight Control
"Hunter-gathering notions with a bibliography, supermarket guidance, recipes, and menus...fat fearlessness."
Dallas Morning News
"Audette's guiding principle is simple: Do what the cavemen did. If Stone Age man couldn't have speared whatever culinary delight you're about to pop into your mouth or if Neanderthal couldn't have plucked it off a bush, Audette argues you should avoid it, too...'A natural diet is what is edible when you are naked with a sharp stick'..Audette's Neander-Thin theories have won praise from professionals."