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Posted March 8, 2013
I don¿t know if I am jealous of Jason¿s wife or feel sorry for h
I don’t know if I am jealous of Jason’s wife or feel sorry for her. Jason has uncanny insight into women’s psyche. I have only read the first few chapters so far, but I was already compelled to write this review. Not only did I just ditch my scale and throw out my “weight-tracker” spreadsheet, but I feel like I have been given an entirely new perspective on the way I feel about my body. I have been eating paleo for about a year and a half already, and love everything about it, but I had nagging body-image issues. This book is for any woman who has insecurities about her body (so basically, all women), whether or not you are a paleo pro or have never heard of paleo before. This book has given me the sanity check that I needed to get a healthier attitude about myself and my physical goals. I can’t believe that just this morning I was admonishing myself for gaining 2 pounds. It was going to ruin my day. Seriously! Who would ever know that but me? And who would care? I can now see how ridiculous my thinking and obsessive tracking has been. Jason’s book is just the right mix of personal anecdotes and interesting scientific evidence. (By the way, I have a PhD in genetics and I study evolution, so I will vouch for the accuracy of the natural selection arguments in the book – very interesting stuff!)
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