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Diet and nutrition / Re: Is it really okay to eat Paleo for the rest of my life?
« Last post by TeddyAllen on October 22, 2014, 12:03:57 AM »
Thanks for the information. I'll surely save this for later use in the future, when I have kids.

Wish you and your family all the best in life. :D
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Is it really okay to eat Paleo for the rest of my life?
« Last post by Warren Dew on October 21, 2014, 07:52:44 PM »
Kids can eat paleo from the time they first start taking solids; until then breast milk is also paleo.  Our 6 year old had cereals as her first solids, went onto formula at 9 months - long story - insists on carby foods, and has a constant sniffle when she doesn't have a full blown cold, which is through the entire school year.  Our 4 year old has remained mostly to completely paleo since he ate his first solids - baby back ribs - at 6 months, and pretty much never gets sick; he is currently weaning, but still nurses a bit to supplement his rare steak and other paleo food.  Our 2 year old has also been mostly paleo and rarely gets sick, though he hasn't been in that disease incubator that is preschool yet.

Keep nursing them until they wean naturally, and give them meat - cut into thin strips - as their first food.  Or just let them grab stuff off your plate.  Fruit and leafy greens are good too.
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Is it really okay to eat Paleo for the rest of my life?
« Last post by TeddyAllen on October 21, 2014, 06:01:17 PM »
Yeah, since I've eaten Paleo, soft drink, instant noodles and other artificial seasonings taste really ... chemical to me.

It's a good sign I can keep going like that. Thanks for your kind answer! :)

But can I ask one more question? How about the kids? From what age we can allow them to eat Paleo?
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Is it really okay to eat Paleo for the rest of my life?
« Last post by Warren Dew on October 21, 2014, 10:55:54 AM »
Sounds like you're doing well!

It's fine to eat paleo for the rest of your life - in fact, that's the best way to do it.  If you go back to the standard bad diet, you'll just get your standard bad problems back.

My wife has eaten paleo for two pregnancies, and the kids are fine.
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Why is the caveman diet making me very tired?
« Last post by TeddyAllen on October 20, 2014, 07:48:50 PM »
Base on my experience, it is because of the lack of energy and sugar. Try eating more fat (animal fat) and protein, things will get better.
Don't worry, keep on trying, you'll get used to it soon. The result will be great!
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Diet and nutrition / Is it really okay to eat Paleo for the rest of my life?
« Last post by TeddyAllen on October 20, 2014, 07:45:09 PM »
I've started to follow Paleo since September 2013, and until now I've lost about 15kg (~33lbs).
At first it was a bit hard as I always felt dizzy and lacking of energy, but things get better since then. And I'm satisfied with that.

I just have a small question that is it okay to eat like that for the rest of my life? Since I've experienced mildly severe constipation during eating Paleo, although I eat lots of vegetable.
And as a woman, I'm also wondering that is it fine to eat Paleo during pregnancy? Since I think it will be lack of nutrition for the baby.

Can someone help me?
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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« Last post by iron sunshine on October 19, 2014, 07:19:23 PM »
All is well
I'm finding I seem to be shifting away from wanting or needing so much meat. I am eating lighter foods and feel more energetic without the heavy digestion demands. I eat alot of salad and fruit with occasional meat
Oct 18
Fruit for breakfast
salad for lunch-lettuce, tomato, cucumber, celery, avocado
salad for supper-lettuce, cabbage, chicken
Oct 19
salad for lunch and fruit/cheese(oops)
salad for supper
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Food Journals / Re: Kubara - athlete journal
« Last post by Eric on October 18, 2014, 12:02:51 PM »
Some folks may get on you about the dairy (noticed yogurt/cheese) but whatever works best for YOUR body/family/lifestyle is the blueprint you should follow.

Welcome aboard!
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Food Journals / Re: Kubara - athlete journal
« Last post by kubara007 on October 18, 2014, 11:02:28 AM »
18.10. - CARB REFEED DAY

1. Breakfast
P: small piece of camembert, 1 big egg, 150g yogurt
C: 3/4 cup white rice (before cook), 1/5 TS honey,
F:
Probio:
O: cinnamon, coffee
Supple: 2 x MT, Mg, 2x D

2. Snack
P:
C: grapefruit
F:
Probio:
O:
Supple: 2x o3
football match 75 min

3. Post workout
P: baked ribs, 3 TbS milk
C: potatoes, banana, 100g dried banana in honey, mandarine
F:
Probio:
O: lemon in magnesia water
Supple: 2x o3, MT, Mg, D

4.Snack
P:
C: 1 cup white rice(cooked), mandarine, 2x small apple
F:
Probio:
O: green tea
Supple:

5. Any-time
P: baked rib, piece of niva and camembert
C: 3/4 cup white rice(cooked), mandarine, small apple, plum, cucumber
F:
Probio:
O:
Supple: MT, zn, D, 2x o3
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Food Journals / Re: Kubara - athlete journal
« Last post by kubara007 on October 17, 2014, 11:10:28 AM »
17.10
1. Breakfast
P: 100ml 12% cream
C: 1/2 banana
F: tcup nuts and seeds
Probio:
O: coffee, cinnamon
Supple: 2x o3, 2x D, MT, Mg

2. Any-time1
P: chicken breast grilled
C: vegetable
F: handful olives, 2 TbS olive oil
Probio:
O:
Supple: 2x o3, D

3. Snack
P: 1/4 camembert
C: lettuce, mandarine
F:
Probio:
O:
Supple:

football training

3. Post-workout
P: smoked harring, yogurt, 1/4 camembert
C: lettuce, cucumber, banana
F: oil from herring
Probio:
O: cinnamon
Supple: 2x MT, Mg, Zn, 2x D

 
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