Germans did not always eat paleo.
But they did it for the good of their digestive system.
In the first part of the 20 century, doctors prescribed a diet that was very low in protein and high in fats and carbohydrates.
The idea was that this would make the intestines work better.
But it actually did the exact opposite. The diet made the digestive system work worse.
It also did not help with the symptoms of chronic digestive conditions like Crohn’s disease.
The digestive system is not supposed to be working so hard, and it has to work much better than it does when you aren’t eating like a caveman.
The modern paleo diet was invented by Dr. Mark Hyman, a gastroenterologist, in 2000.
He said it was based on studies that showed that our bodies are designed for a certain type of eating.
“We all evolved to eat a certain way this was one of the main principles of paleo, and I think it’s one of the main principles that we should be practicing today,” he said.
In the early 2000s, Dr. Hyman was a part of a research team that conducted a study on the paleo diet.
They were interested in the idea that the gut is designed to handle nutrients, and that it should be able to do so without a lot of problems.
According to the study, the paleo diet was low in sugar and high in fiber.
It was also high in fish and other foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
Dr. Hyman claimed that the paleo diet had benefits for people with ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
This was in part because the diet was low in protein and high in fiber, which are both rich in amino acids.
These amino acids are essential for the digestion of proteins.
But the study also showed that the paleo diet improved digestive function and helped people feel better.
In other words, the diet may not have been the best idea for treating digestive conditions.
The paleo diet has been criticized for having some negative effects on the gut.
The study that Dr. Hyman cited for the paleo diet also showed that the diet can cause some side effects on the digestive system such as bloating and diarrhea.
This was true for everyone in the study.
But only a few people on the study reported that they had side effects after eating the paleo diet.
In other words, it was not a common side effect of the diet.
In the study, bloating and diarrhea lasted for a few days after a person started eating the paleo diet.
But they did not come back after the diet was stopped.
In addition, the study showed that people who were on the paleo diet for 2 weeks had a decrease in the number of good bacteria in their gut.
This meant that the diet made it harder for them to digest foods.
It also caused a decrease in the number of good bacteria that help us digest fats and proteins.
In other words, the diet made it harder for the body to process fats and proteins.
The problem is that the paleo diet was very low in fiber, and the low fiber intake may have made it more difficult for people to digest fats and proteins.
In addition, the study showed that the diet may have caused a spike in the levels of gut-derived endotoxin.
Endotoxin is a bacterial protein that is released when we are sick.
Gut-derived endotoxin is often what causes our immune systems to make us sick.
It’s also what causes a lot of the discomfort and pain in our digestive systems.
Another study that found that the paleo diet had negative effects on the gut was conducted in 2004.
In this study, the researchers had a group of people eat a paleo diet for 30 days.
Then they had them take a stool sample before and after the diet.
They were also able to measure how much the diet changed the bacteria in their gut.
They found that the diet caused an increase in the gut-derived endotoxin.
And this increase was more than they had seen in people who ate a typical western diet.
The gut-derived endotoxin that the paleo diet increased was a toxin that causes inflammation.
This inflammation can make our systems more sensitive to other toxic substances.
In other studies, researchers found that the paleo diet may also increase the levels of some of these toxic substances.
One of these was indole, a chemical that is found in cruciferous vegetables and cruciferous oils.
This chemical is also found in our bodies, but it’s not usually made in our bodies.
The theory is that the paleo diet may be causing intestinal permeability.
This means that the walls of the intestine become thinner and leak some of the bacteria from the gut into the blood.
This can cause an inflammatory response like a fever.
The higher levels of gut-derived endotoxin and indole that the paleo diet caused can also make us more sensitive to other toxins in the environment.
To be clear, this does not mean that the paleo diet causes these problems.
But it does show that the diet can make us more sensitive to the toxins in our environment.
Another study, published in 2017, looked at the effects on gut health of the paleo diet.
In this study, the researchers gave 25 people with IBS-D a paleo diet for 3 months.
Then they took stool samples from all of them, and measured the levels of the gut-derived endotoxin.
They also measured the levels of lactulose, a sugar that is found in some processed foods.
This sugar is a prebiotic.
Prebiotics are a food for the good bacteria that live in our gut.
When we eat these foods, they feed the good bacteria, and the good bacteria in turn feed the good gut bacteria.
It is this complex relationship that keeps the gut healthy.
When the prebiotic is high, the bacteria in the gut are able to grow well.
The low prebiotic food can cause the bacteria in the gut to die off.
In other studies, researchers have found that the paleo diet may increase the levels of lactulose in the gut.
This means that the diet may change the bacteria in the gut in a way that makes it harder for them to digest lactulose.
In addition, the low fiber intake in the paleo diet can cause a decrease in the number of good bacteria in the gut.
In other studies, researchers found that the paleo diet may decrease the levels of the gut-derived endotoxin and lactulose.
This means that the diet may change the bacteria in the gut in a way that makes it harder for those bacteria to break down the prebiotic food.
These effects on the gut bacteria can cause the gut to become permeable.
When the gut becomes permeable, it can cause an inflammatory response in the body.
This inflammatory response may make it more difficult to digest other foods in our diets.
The inflammatory response that the paleo diet causes may also make us more sensitive to the toxins that can be found in our environment.
All of these effects can make us more sensitive to the toxins in our food and the toxins in our bodies.
So is the paleo diet bad for us?
Well, yes and no.
Yes, it can cause an increase in gut-derived endotoxin and prebiotics.
But it can also cause an increase in gut permeability.
And this can cause the gut to become more sensitive to other toxins.
So yes, the paleo diet can make us more sensitive to some of our toxins.
But it can also make us less sensitive to other toxins.
And this is most likely why some people with IBS-D may experience symptoms on the paleo diet.
But it’s important to note that the paleo diet is not the only diet that can cause these problems.
Any diet that has a lot of fiber and a lot of processed foods can cause these problems.
And it can even cause more serious problems if these foods aren’t properly digested.
So, it’s best to eat a diet that is high in fiber, low in processed foods, and that doesn’t cause problems in the gut such as intestinal permeability.
If you have IBS-D, you may want to consider trying a paleo diet.
But be aware of the potential problems with the paleo diet and the possible solutions.
You can check out the paleo diet here.
When to see your doctor?
If you think that your diet has been making you more sensitive to the toxins in your food and your body, or that you’re experiencing other symptoms, you should talk to your doctor.
They can help you figure out what might be causing these symptoms and help you find the best diet for you.
The bottom line
The paleo diet is a low-fiber, high-fat diet that focuses on eating a large variety of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.
It’s a low-impact diet that’s very low in processed foods and high in fiber.
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