We had been looking forward to the publication of the systematic review by Manheimer et al. However, we were very disappointed when we finally read the article. The abstract, specifically, overstates their findings—so much so that going by their statements you would have the impression that the paleo diet was significantly better than the control diet for people with metabolic syndrome. This article is another example of nutrition research conclusions that misrepresent the actual findings 2. We suggest that the Journal needs a higher standard for the interpretation of statistics and policies regarding accurate representation of research findings when P values are not shown. Under closer inspection, 4 of these 6 results had CIs that were not significant, and all 6 of them were not compatible with any important clinical effects. Specifically, for waist circumference, the wide CI had a lower boundary of only 0. All of the variables had wide CIs, which points out that no important change at all is a possible outcome of the paleolithic diet. Furthermore, the analyses on waist circumference, triglycerides, and HDL cholesterol all had high heterogeneity, which decreases confidence in the estimates.
We performed an outpatient, metabolically controlled diet study in type 2 diabetes patients. At the end of the study period, subjects were sent out with information about their respective diets. We investigated in type 2 diabetes whether a diet similar to that consumed by our pre-agricultural hunter-gatherer ancestors ‘Paleolithic’ type diet confers health benefits. Grade guidelines: 3 rating the quality of evidence.
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Thank you for visiting nature. To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser or turn off compatibility mode in Internet Explorer. The contemporary American diet figures centrally in the pathogenesis of numerous chronic diseases— ‘diseases of civilization’—such as obesity and diabetes. We investigated in type 2 diabetes whether a diet similar to that consumed by our pre-agricultural hunter-gatherer ancestors ‘Paleolithic’ type diet confers health benefits. We performed an outpatient, metabolically controlled diet study in type 2 diabetes patients. We compared the findings in 14 participants consuming a Paleo diet comprising lean meat, fruits, vegetables and nuts, and excluding added salt, and non-Paleolithic-type foods comprising cereal grains, dairy or legumes, with 10 participants on a diet based on recommendations by the American Diabetes Association ADA containing moderate salt intake, low-fat dairy, whole grains and legumes.