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Introductions / Re: Just starting this thing
« on: April 24, 2017, 01:30:39 PM »
Steph Curry?!  Ha   ;)

Welcome!  Please ask LOTS of questions and DON'T get discouraged.  This is a huge change - for the better.  No matter how strict you get.

Look forward to following your journey

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Introductions / Re: I'm Roo!
« on: March 18, 2017, 09:09:25 AM »
Excellent news.  Great to have you here!

Look forward to your journey with your family - please Share updates often

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Bloating, poor digestion
« on: March 12, 2017, 04:32:59 PM »
Yes.  I never think about gas etc. - always something I laughed at when grandparents mentioned certain foods causing gas


And then, a week ago, I ate a nice portion of brusssel sprouts - and my stomach was in rare form the next 12 hrs!

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Coconut flour pancakes are delicious!
« on: February 11, 2017, 12:53:41 PM »
Looks great!  Yum

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Recipes and meal photos / Re: Simple and satisfying!
« on: February 09, 2017, 11:29:58 AM »
Very cool.  We did a huge egg omelette last night for dinner.  8 eggs total.
Tons of different vegetables - we split them half and half for variety.


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Diet and nutrition / Re: How do you get variety in your diet?
« on: February 03, 2017, 04:04:45 PM »
If you look at the main cuisines in the world, you'll find Paleo ingredients at the heart of many of them, particularly their treatment of meat and vegetables in Asian/Chinese/Vietnamese/American BBQ/Creole/etc.  At a Chinese restaurant the same 3 ingredients may be combined with varying spices/sauces into 50 different meals.

I guess I'm saying seek out inspiration from these types of cuisines as you see fit to avoid getting stuck in a rut...

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Diet and nutrition / Re: If oil is paleo, then so is processed sugar
« on: February 03, 2017, 04:02:27 PM »
Sure, to some degree this may be true.

Also, oils are used on salads and to cook meat and vegetables often

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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« on: February 02, 2017, 01:36:47 PM »
Love coffee, love eggs...  nice work man

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Introductions / Re: Hello
« on: January 30, 2017, 12:52:44 PM »
Hey Jeremy!  How long have you been Paleo?

Welcome!

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Introductions / Re: Hello all
« on: January 28, 2017, 07:16:26 AM »
Welcome!

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Recipes and meal photos / Re: eggs just got even simpler!
« on: January 28, 2017, 07:16:02 AM »
Alright, somebody try this and let me know if it really works!

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Diet and nutrition / Re: 1 month in. Advice please.
« on: January 25, 2017, 04:41:38 PM »
That is fairly high rate of loss - usually folks shoot for 2 lbs. a week on average of loss or gain of weight.

Do you feel ok?  Not dizzy or lightheaded or nauseous?  Listen to your body - I am not surprised however with your diet improvements.

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Miscellaneous / Re: sunshine struggles
« on: January 18, 2017, 03:28:01 AM »
Great to have you back.  Look forward to your updates

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Miscellaneous / Potato industry targets Paleo diet
« on: January 14, 2017, 04:35:49 AM »


Potato industry leaders have found fault with a diet that seeks to replicate what cavemen ate.

"SALT LAKE CITY ó The U.S. potato industry has taken umbrage with a popular dietary fad, which is based on the premise that humans ate healthier during the Stone Age than following the advent of agriculture.

The Paleolithic diet ó coined by Colorado State University emeritus professor Loren Cordain ó promotes foods that would have been available to hunter-gatherers more than 10,000 years ago ó such as grass-fed meat, wild game, nuts, fruits and non-starchy vegetables.

In addition to processed foods and salt, the popular diet frowns upon some of the major commodities produced in the Northwest, including potatoes, cereals, dairy, sugar and legumes. Cordain reasons the foods werenít present during the Paleolithic Period, and humans, therefore, havenít adapted to eating them.

Cordain vows Paleo dieters achieve weight loss, reduced diabetes and diseases, increased energy, fewer allergies, better digestion and increased muscle. Critics counter that modern foods, developed over centuries of selective breeding, donít resemble Paleolithic foods. They also note the dietís conspicuous absence of Stone Age dietary staples ó such as rats, mice, squirrels, stripped bark, insects and lizards ó and question the wisdom of emulating an ancient people who typically died in their 30s.

The potato industry ó still seeking to improve consumer perceptions affected by the low-carbohydrate Atkins diet craze ó recently launched a campaign highlighting the importance of the spudís protein, vitamin C, potassium and carbohydrates to athletic performance.

ďI think a lot of people are really getting tired of all of these really restrictive diets and are more interested in learning how to eat properly in a way they can work into their lifestyle, based on the basic ideas of moderation and good diversity,Ē said John Toaspern, chief marketing officer with Potatoes USA."

Read more at http://www.capitalpress.com/20170109/potato-industry-targets-paleo-diet

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Introductions / Re: Introduction
« on: January 10, 2017, 04:02:29 PM »
Very nice.  Sounds like you're fed up.  I completely understand

To keep it easy, stick to the outside of the grocery store.  They all have different layouts, but usually the fruit/vegetables are on one and and the refridgerated items and meat on the outskirts of the other end.

Good luck - please stick around and ask questions

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