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The New Evolution Diet ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☂ The New Evolution Diet Author Arthur De Vany – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Astonishing as it may be it's a fact that human DNA has evolved very little since our Paleolithicancestors roamed the earth But while our genes may be similar the environment in which they express the Astonishing as it may be it's a fact that human DNA has evolved very little since our Paleolithicancestors roamed the earth But while our genes may be similar the environment in which they express themselves has changed radically Living in an age when activity was mandatory and food was scarce our ancestors thrived Early man did not suffer from heart disease high blood pressure or obesity In fact a good deal of what we describe as normal aging is akin to disease The New PDF/EPUB ² than any natural aging processDisease free and strikingly fit year old Arthur De Vany grandfather of the Paleo lifestylemovement is living proof that it pays to live like a caveman In The New Evolution Diet De Vanyoffers you a roadmap back to better health The plan is built on three principles eat three meals a day made up of nonstarchy vegetables fruits and lean proteins skip meals occasionally to promote a low fasting blood insulin level exercise less not in shorter high intensity burstsBy cutting out modern foods including carbohydrates dairy and all processed foods anyone canlose weight gain muscle and enjoy a longer better life.

  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • The New Evolution Diet
  • Arthur De Vany
  • English
  • 12 March 2014
  • 9781605291833

10 thoughts on “The New Evolution Diet

  1. Jane Jane says:

    Make that The Narcissist's Evolution Diet I was excited to read a book said to describe the robust health that Mother Nature intendedEat only those foods that were available to early man However the author's ego gets in the way and he's so busy bragging and describing exactly the foods he eats that he never gets to the information you want Not only that you expect that his PhD is related to nutrition or kinesiology so you feel a bit deceived when you find out it's in economics I wanted to read about cavemen not read a book written by a man with an intellect like a caveman

  2. Jecka Marie Jecka Marie says:

    I agree with the low carbpaleo lifestyle and try to live it myself but De Vany makes some really dubious scientific claims that are very outdated and I definitely can't get behind them like demonizing butter Uh what? Maybe this book is too old for the science I don't know His obviously huge ego also got pretty annoying very early on Yes you're an old dude and you surely have a great body; yes I'm sure you have the testosterone of an 18 year old boy Yes I'm sure your doctor said it's the highest level he's ever seen It's your book and everything but mentioning how great your stats are every 3 pages makes me want to throw your book down a subway grate

  3. Steve Greenleaf Steve Greenleaf says:

    Reading Nassim Taleb's Fooled by Randomness in the spring of 2007 I came across the name of Art De Vany the author of Hollywood Economics Taleb mentioned it in his book because it addressed the issue of the difficulty of predicting winning movies De Vany an academic economist talks about power laws stochastic events complexity etc in that academic work Taleb noted in passing that De Vany also applied these principles to fitness I checked it out on the web and discovered De Vany's web site which I've read off and on since that time Now he has out his book It was worth the waitDe Vany argues that we will benefit greatly from aspects of the environment that human beings evolved in during the Paleolithic age Put most simply a diet of meat nuts vegetables and not much else No grain or dairy not to mention sugar And as for exercise brief bursts of intense exercise with lots of rest in between Now mind you De Vany isn't a cave man he writes a blog and is a retired academic Indeed his back story provides an interesting lead up to his recommendations He was a minor league baseball player before becoming an academic economist His son and then his wife developed type 1 diabetes so called juvenile diabetes which led him to learn all that he could about the physiology of insulin and how it affects the body He applied his know how as an economist to consider the body and he drew on evolutionary studies to get a sense of how the body evolved This places him in the lead of the growing area of Paleolithic fitnessdiet and health thinking with others such as Mark Sisson Rob Wolff Erwan Le Corre etcThis is an excellent and thought provoking book The guy knows whereof he speaks as an academic he can read the professional literature but since it's not his professional field he doesn't have to kow tow to anyoneBTW Nassim Taleb who has since adopted a De Vany like fitness regimen authored an Afterward for the bookTo your health

  4. Baiju Joshi Baiju Joshi says:

    The idea is to stop the ageing process of our cells so that we can live both longer and healthierThe diet asks us to do is this No carbs no grains no bread no fat no oil no butter no cheese no sugar no dairy It is sort of like keto diet only less rigorous In terms of exercise do not go for regular gym sessions like a robot Mix it up do different things so that the body doesn't get accustomed to the monotony A 15 20 minute HIIT routine is much effective than a 1 hour session Basically do what our ancestors used to do Eat what they used to eat And exercise the way they used to exercise; all this because we have changed genetically in the last 40000 yearsPS Indians and especially vegetarians please don't even think about reading this book The author himself mentions that it is impossible for vegetarians to follow this diet And so he even makes a case for eating non veg

  5. Greg Linster Greg Linster says:

    Art de Vany isn’t your typical nutritionist or health professional By trade he’s an economist albeit he’s one of those rare economists that actually understands that the human body is a complex system For that matter he argues it’s simply another economic system He writes about some things you won’t hear mentioned in popular nutrition or health classes eg “information cascade” chaos theory and the “butterfly effect” power laws fractals and stochasticityRead the rest of my review of The New Evolution Diet here

  6. Chad Chad says:

    Warning this man is either really insecure or truly loves himself He uses himself for near every example in the book of ideal eating and ideal health The few times he uses other people is to trash their diets ie Michael Phelps The icing on the cake was in the final pages where he talks about how a group of young women pretended to chase after him while he was rolling blading shirtless dispite being old enough to be their grandfather If that you can get past that this is a good book It's a uick read and will give you many ideas for a healthier diet and exercise In particular his advice on interval random training is very intriguing If you heard this book is great you should read it Just be prepared to be slightly annoyed with the amount he talks about himself

  7. Lee Lee says:

    Well written and draws you in at the start however it unravels into a confused mess as the book progresses There's far too much repetition and confused advice For example early on the author recommends that dairy and alcohol should be avoided however cheese wine and beer feature in the 'day in the life of' meal and exercise routine section De Vany also holds that the calorie inout model is irrelevant which is obviously misleading at best and down right irresponsible at worst Was really looking forward to this but I was left rather underwhelmed

  8. Bala Kamallakharan Bala Kamallakharan says:

    Turns all conventional thinking about diet and exercise in its headThis book has helped me understand why the world is on an diabetic epidemic and what to do about it Simple answer cut sugar and carbohydrates from your food Don't do repetitive regimented physical activity Bring variety into the activity and oh go without food or water for some time

  9. Bastian Bastian says:

    It seems to be one of the must reads in the paleo scene I love Arts references to scientific studies But his tone is not my cup of tea he writes with an arrogant voice and seems to be a bit too confident about the Paleo lifestyle Besides that A practical book with lots of inspiration for own tests

  10. Muwaffaq Muwaffaq says:

    I would like to explore the science to know if this works for real particularly around the discussion of fat and inflammation but it is certainly an interesting useful and though provoking book

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10 thoughts on “The New Evolution Diet

  1. Jane Jane says:

    Make that The Narcissist's Evolution Diet I was excited to read a book said to describe the robust health that Mother Nature intendedEat only those foods that were available to early man However the author's ego gets in the way and he's so busy bragging and describing exactly the foods he eats that he never gets to the information you want Not only that you expect that his PhD is related to nutrition or kinesiology so you feel a bit deceived when you find out it's in economics I wanted to read about cavemen not read a book written by a man with an intellect like a caveman

  2. Jecka Marie Jecka Marie says:

    I agree with the low carbpaleo lifestyle and try to live it myself but De Vany makes some really dubious scientific claims that are very outdated and I definitely can't get behind them like demonizing butter Uh what? Maybe this book is too old for the science I don't know His obviously huge ego also got pretty annoying very early on Yes you're an old dude and you surely have a great body; yes I'm sure you have the testosterone of an 18 year old boy Yes I'm sure your doctor said it's the highest level he's ever seen It's your book and everything but mentioning how great your stats are every 3 pages makes me want to throw your book down a subway grate

  3. Steve Greenleaf Steve Greenleaf says:

    Reading Nassim Taleb's Fooled by Randomness in the spring of 2007 I came across the name of Art De Vany the author of Hollywood Economics Taleb mentioned it in his book because it addressed the issue of the difficulty of predicting winning movies De Vany an academic economist talks about power laws stochastic events complexity etc in that academic work Taleb noted in passing that De Vany also applied these principles to fitness I checked it out on the web and discovered De Vany's web site which I've read off and on since that time Now he has out his book It was worth the waitDe Vany argues that we will benefit greatly from aspects of the environment that human beings evolved in during the Paleolithic age Put most simply a diet of meat nuts vegetables and not much else No grain or dairy not to mention sugar And as for exercise brief bursts of intense exercise with lots of rest in between Now mind you De Vany isn't a cave man he writes a blog and is a retired academic Indeed his back story provides an interesting lead up to his recommendations He was a minor league baseball player before becoming an academic economist His son and then his wife developed type 1 diabetes so called juvenile diabetes which led him to learn all that he could about the physiology of insulin and how it affects the body He applied his know how as an economist to consider the body and he drew on evolutionary studies to get a sense of how the body evolved This places him in the lead of the growing area of Paleolithic fitnessdiet and health thinking with others such as Mark Sisson Rob Wolff Erwan Le Corre etcThis is an excellent and thought provoking book The guy knows whereof he speaks as an academic he can read the professional literature but since it's not his professional field he doesn't have to kow tow to anyoneBTW Nassim Taleb who has since adopted a De Vany like fitness regimen authored an Afterward for the bookTo your health

  4. Baiju Joshi Baiju Joshi says:

    The idea is to stop the ageing process of our cells so that we can live both longer and healthierThe diet asks us to do is this No carbs no grains no bread no fat no oil no butter no cheese no sugar no dairy It is sort of like keto diet only less rigorous In terms of exercise do not go for regular gym sessions like a robot Mix it up do different things so that the body doesn't get accustomed to the monotony A 15 20 minute HIIT routine is much effective than a 1 hour session Basically do what our ancestors used to do Eat what they used to eat And exercise the way they used to exercise; all this because we have changed genetically in the last 40000 yearsPS Indians and especially vegetarians please don't even think about reading this book The author himself mentions that it is impossible for vegetarians to follow this diet And so he even makes a case for eating non veg

  5. Greg Linster Greg Linster says:

    Art de Vany isn’t your typical nutritionist or health professional By trade he’s an economist albeit he’s one of those rare economists that actually understands that the human body is a complex system For that matter he argues it’s simply another economic system He writes about some things you won’t hear mentioned in popular nutrition or health classes eg “information cascade” chaos theory and the “butterfly effect” power laws fractals and stochasticityRead the rest of my review of The New Evolution Diet here

  6. Chad Chad says:

    Warning this man is either really insecure or truly loves himself He uses himself for near every example in the book of ideal eating and ideal health The few times he uses other people is to trash their diets ie Michael Phelps The icing on the cake was in the final pages where he talks about how a group of young women pretended to chase after him while he was rolling blading shirtless dispite being old enough to be their grandfather If that you can get past that this is a good book It's a uick read and will give you many ideas for a healthier diet and exercise In particular his advice on interval random training is very intriguing If you heard this book is great you should read it Just be prepared to be slightly annoyed with the amount he talks about himself

  7. Lee Lee says:

    Well written and draws you in at the start however it unravels into a confused mess as the book progresses There's far too much repetition and confused advice For example early on the author recommends that dairy and alcohol should be avoided however cheese wine and beer feature in the 'day in the life of' meal and exercise routine section De Vany also holds that the calorie inout model is irrelevant which is obviously misleading at best and down right irresponsible at worst Was really looking forward to this but I was left rather underwhelmed

  8. Bala Kamallakharan Bala Kamallakharan says:

    Turns all conventional thinking about diet and exercise in its headThis book has helped me understand why the world is on an diabetic epidemic and what to do about it Simple answer cut sugar and carbohydrates from your food Don't do repetitive regimented physical activity Bring variety into the activity and oh go without food or water for some time

  9. Bastian Bastian says:

    It seems to be one of the must reads in the paleo scene I love Arts references to scientific studies But his tone is not my cup of tea he writes with an arrogant voice and seems to be a bit too confident about the Paleo lifestyle Besides that A practical book with lots of inspiration for own tests

  10. Muwaffaq Muwaffaq says:

    I would like to explore the science to know if this works for real particularly around the discussion of fat and inflammation but it is certainly an interesting useful and though provoking book

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