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Meta / Re: What can I do to make our site even better?
« on: June 28, 2012, 09:24:10 PM »
Live chat! =D

Was wondering if there was a live chat to these forums, if not, may i suggest a channel? it's free and simple ^^ also it would be nice to be able to talk lively to other paelo-dieters. ;D

Food Journals / Re: Day one. I'm I on the right track?
« on: June 28, 2012, 02:52:21 AM »
If you wanna make bacon crispsy and not soggy or burnt, this is how you do it...

- you put a bit of water instead of oil/fat, let the bacon boil a bit and it's own fat render out, wait for the water to evaporate
- when the water evaporates, the bacon will already be cooked, so now you're just waiting for it to crisp up.

Works like a charm.

Food Journals / Starting date 28/6/2012
« on: June 28, 2012, 02:49:08 AM »
So i'm officially starting today, yesterday i loaded up on some foods. salmon roe, proscuitto, salami, brie cheese, some meat, but as you can guess, there was so much water, i retained today, but i'm gonna count it as my starting weight anyway.

Starting weight : 59 kilos
off target: 6 kilos

Today's menu : (in random order)

- Roasted goat lungs/kidneys/some liver/heart in home made milk butter (just drizzles like i would drizzle olive oil)
- Roe in beeswax (didn't eat the beeswax)

The calories are nearly 2000 and i'm pretty stuffed but not "omg i can't move" stuffed, the carbs seem to counted up to around 20-30.

Day's mistake: had some cola zero, i ran out of sparkling water and the store hadn't brought any yet, i'm addicted to the bubbly texture, not the taste of cola or anything. I got no fiber-worthy foods, but so far BM are happening due to the oil/fats from yesterday. 

Introductions / Re: Hello from a Binge Eater in Missouri
« on: June 22, 2012, 04:07:31 AM »
Hey dude =D

How you dealing with your B.E.D? i'm trying to recover myself from an eating disorder.  I'm glad you're thriving =D

Introductions / Re: Hey Everyone, planning to start next week
« on: June 22, 2012, 04:01:45 AM »
my sleep is quite shattered as well =/

i've done a paleo-esque in the past, where i lost massive amount of weight, it worked so well, i burnt off too much of my body fat, and i lost my period for a few months, that made me panic cause i thought it meant i'm also sterile (didn't go to a doc, i got scared) so i gained weight, got my period back, but didn't really go back to clean-low carb. I went raw vegan cause it's summer and it's fresher to have fruit, and i got a few trees, so that would help me with my financial stuff.  But i've gained a bit, which i didn't expect, and i feel more comfortable with clean low carb.

Plus after watching Nourishing traditional Diets presentation, and consulting a doctor based on what i saw, i was verified that animal-based diet is completely fine, as long as the animals are grass fed and any milk/cheese i consume, is raw.  Once i start, i wanna log it as well and improve my own tailored low carb diet =)

Introductions / Hey Everyone, planning to start next week
« on: June 19, 2012, 06:18:15 PM »
I'm currently on a High carb-low fat diet, for the past 3 months, i'm not happy with it, although i haven't really gained, the sear amount of food and the crashes of not eating is quite... blieh...

So i'm waiting till everything is gone in the house, i'm not financially comfortable and i can't chuck my current food and swap to a new diet.

How do you guys think i should start? directly from high carb to low carb? or do a fasting in between to allow transition better?

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