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Offline Cait1221

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Planters fasciitis
« on: December 07, 2017, 08:12:24 PM »
So, I've been on and off paleo for a while. I mainly fall off the wagon when I'm running low on funds and need to shop cheaper or rely on what my mother- who refuses to try a paleo diet- is making. But I do my best with staying as paleo as possible. I fell off paleo for a couple of months a while back, and developed a terrible case of plantars fasciitis. One of my jobs has all cement floors and are not very kind to anyone's feet. When I returned to paleo, within a week of 100% strict eating, all the pain in my feet was gone. I couldn't believe it.
Every once in a while I stumble very far off paleo for a little while, and the pain in my feet comes back.
Has anyone else had anything similar to this happen? Does anyone have any suggestions for movements or excersizes I can do to keep this from happening for when I slip up?

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Re: Planters fasciitis
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2018, 12:21:44 PM »
Maybe you could try finding ways to make the diet cheaper. For instance i don't have much money, so i buy fish at the market where it is cheaper than the regular store, same for veggies. I can't afford organic so i decided to at least eat aproved foods. And remember that the bare essentials are vegetables, meat, fish and eggs. Other things are optional.

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