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caveman

a man of the Palaeolithic age
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Speaking at the film's world premiere in London, Redmayne told how he channelled his inner caveman.
It's like theperson is a caveman and using a mobile phone for the first time
A 25-foot statue named the Caveman will continue to greet visitors to Grants Pass.
Jeremy said: "I've been eating like a caveman - lots of meat and fish, nuts and berries and no processed food at all.
com)-- "The Caveman Doctor" Colin Champ comes to the modern age with a brand-new interview with fitness professional John Spencer Ellis on the latest tips for living healthy, eating well and adopting the best fitness strategies.
Flintoff, who is training to become a boxer, has been sticking to the Caveman diet in a bid to lose weight - a diet based on lean meat, raw vegetables, berries and nuts, while avoiding foods such as sugar and refined carbohydrates.
A naked caveman then jumped out and chased Redforn and his friends away, according to(http://abclocal.
SILVERSTONE'S wild and woolly weather couldn't be more appropriate as Jenson Button has been told to eat like a caveman if he wants to be a winner.
I, Caveman (The Discovery Channel, tonight, 8pm) * BOSSES at the Discovery Channel must spend a lot of time fiddling with the remote controls and trying to work out why they have to get through so many dozens of middling channels before the first decent documentary stations start flicking onto the screen.
Under the new agreements, the Caveman Fitness team will establish new 'Fitness Arenas' for the management clients, and develop and deliver tailored training programmes through its experienced team of trainers.
That is what the Defending the Caveman show at Llandudno's Venue Cymru would lead you to believe.
The caveman lifestyle involves eating large quantities of meat and then fasting between meals to approximate the lean times that his distant ancestors faced between hunts.