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I'd say that you have to stick on a diet for awhile. I mean it is but normal for our body to react to something new that is going on (not to mention the psychological aspect). However you just have to give it time. Don't change or alter your chosen diet whenever you feel that it is not working or your body is not responding the way you wanted it to respond. In my case, I had the same feeling for a month or two but it does go away once your body has adjusted to the diet.

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Miscellaneous / Re: Which is cheaper, Amazon or the grocery store for foods
« on: February 12, 2015, 07:39:33 AM »
I didn't really think of amazon when it comes to these products but I will give it a search and see what would I find. :D Thanks.

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Exercises / Re: Can't keep food down after a work out- suggestions?
« on: February 12, 2015, 07:25:51 AM »
Strict paleo indeed help in this kind of problems. Also you have to always check that you are well-hydrated before you start a long run or a heavy work-out. :D

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Diet and nutrition / Re: Joint Pain in beginning of paleo
« on: February 12, 2015, 07:22:47 AM »
When you say "started on paleo", what "paleo diet" are you into? Are you more of a fruits and vegetable guy or are you more on lean meat? Correct me if I'm wrong but you may have gouty arthritis (the condition you were referring to maybe?). If you search it on the internet it is actually a disease caused by increase deposition of uric acid into your joints. I have read about this as well when I was still getting started on paleo. It is actually not that common but gouty arthritis is linked to paleo diet particularly if you eat more of lean meat. The rationale is that lean meat is rich in purine, it's an amino acid that makes up our DNA and once degraded, undergo catabolism, it will yield uric acid, it's by-product and somehow this increase in the levels of your uric acid could cause gouty arthritis flares.


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