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Old 09-21-2012, 02:46 AM   #1
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Because I'm having pm issues and because some here have expressed interest in feeling the best they ever have.
Any questions? Comments? Success stories?

I Went from 255 to 180ish with very little exercise, and insane gains in energy and mood. That's my success story. Flat out, Paleo is AWESOME! And it works! It's not a fad, it's a lifestyle.
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Old 09-21-2012, 01:35 PM   #2
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I have a question.

What is Paleo?
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I am actually agree with TWMIM. Hold on a sec a pig just flew by.
Any way what is it you're talking about?
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I have a question.

What is Paleo?
Paleo is eating based on evolution. Humans have been around for 250,000 years. Longer if you consider pre-human ancestors. Agriculture didn't come around until 5-7,000 years ago. Basically, we're not designed to eat grains, milk, sugar, processed foods, beans, etc.

It's a diet consisting of mainly fats, meats, vegetables, and moderate fruit. And nuts (no peanuts).
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I have been doing some reading and I am really considering giving this the 28 day try to see how I feel and how it works. Some more research time today to follow.

On the plus side I work, literally, about two blocks from Pike Place Market, so all the fresh local fish, meat and veggies can we had quite easily with a much needed walk at lunch.

My concerns are the restriction on my adult beverage and bread. I do love you sourdough.
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I have been doing some reading and I am really considering giving this the 28 day try to see how I feel and how it works. Some more research time today to follow.

On the plus side I work, literally, about two blocks from Pike Place Market, so all the fresh local fish, meat and veggies can we had quite easily with a much needed walk at lunch.

My concerns are the restriction on my adult beverage and bread. I do love you sourdough.
Edit that out before dog sees it!!!
Sourdough is pretty incredible isn't it.
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I have been doing some reading and I am really considering giving this the 28 day try to see how I feel and how it works. Some more research time today to follow.

On the plus side I work, literally, about two blocks from Pike Place Market, so all the fresh local fish, meat and veggies can we had quite easily with a much needed walk at lunch.

My concerns are the restriction on my adult beverage and bread. I do love you sourdough.
You up for another challenge?
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I have been doing some reading and I am really considering giving this the 28 day try to see how I feel and how it works. Some more research time today to follow.

On the plus side I work, literally, about two blocks from Pike Place Market, so all the fresh local fish, meat and veggies can we had quite easily with a much needed walk at lunch.

My concerns are the restriction on my adult beverage and bread. I do love you sourdough.
I'm looking into to it as well JD. My concerns are the same as yours about the beer and whiskey.

My take on it is like any other "diet" things like that are OK in moderation. If you really want a slice or two of pizza, have it, just not everyday. My diet is already half Paleo anyways as I can't have milk or ice cream (although I do OK with most cheese) and many forms of bread bother my gut.

I am looking more into it because of the supposed energy gain and I could stand to lose 10 lbs. I'd like to trim back down to 200lbs. I already gave up pop (soda for you people outside the mid west). Coffee will be a bitch, but I figure I'll limit myself to one cup in the morning and then ween off of it.

My biggest challenge will be lunch. I am alone at work most days, and so I have to close the shop and grab something quick. Making a lunch at home is an option, but it is tough as I have very hectic mornings trying to get a 4 and 5 year old out the door (it's like herding cats, I swear). So any suggestions as to a lunch that I can make the night before would be great.
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Who else do you know is crazy enough to follow down the dark rabbit hole? Are you up to another sprint for forum entertainment?
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Edit that out before dog sees it!!!
Sourdough is pretty incredible isn't it.
My love affair with sourdough has been WELL mocked by many, and on many occasions, so this not virgin territory.

Not unlike your backside there Butters. . ZING!!!
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