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Offline AESamaan

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Frequency of a Paleo Food
« on: March 13, 2017, 01:01:12 PM »
Ok, so I am six months into Paleo.... with a varying degree of intensity. I find the hardest thing is to replace food with Paleo substitutes. I, for example, have a sweet tooth.

I didn't like the Paleo treats I had tried up until now, so I begged, scratched, and pestered my baker friend to try and make me a Paleo Coconut Brownie.

GOOD NEWS: She hit it out of the ball park. BAD NEWS: these are really good.

So now the question is how often I can have a treat like this:

https://squareup.com/store/the-confectioner-punk/item/paleoooh-brownies

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Re: Frequency of a Paleo Food
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2017, 02:50:15 PM »
Some help???  Can someone tell me the frequency I can eat paleo sweets?


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Re: Frequency of a Paleo Food
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2017, 06:15:57 PM »
You really want to know?

Your recipe for "paleo brownies" is not paleo at all. If it requires a recipe, it isn't paleo. Especially baked goods.

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Re: Frequency of a Paleo Food
« Reply #3 on: May 27, 2017, 04:04:30 PM »
Ok, so I am six months into Paleo.... with a varying degree of intensity. I find the hardest thing is to replace food with Paleo substitutes. I, for example, have a sweet tooth.


I didn't like the Paleo treats I had tried up until now, so I begged, scratched, and pestered my baker friend to try and make me a Paleo Coconut Brownie.

GOOD NEWS: She hit it out of the ball park. BAD NEWS: these are really good.

So now the question is how often I can have a treat like this:

https://squareup.com/store/the-confectioner-punk/item/paleoooh-brownies


You can have a non paleo treat once a fortnight. It's preferential to make that treat as clean as possible. Some people have mango, some people have gluten containing donuts. Our ancestors would have stumbled upon hyper palatable food once in a while. These kind of foods are very easily available to us but very rare to Fred flintstone. Don't over think it. Once every couple of weeks is fine, do try to be gluten free. But if you really want to have a donut, have a donut. Introducing these kind of toxins to the body every once in a while is probably healthy anyway.

Good luck