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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« Last post by iron sunshine on April 22, 2018, 07:38:26 PM »
Vegetable medley
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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« Last post by iron sunshine on April 22, 2018, 07:36:43 PM »
Chopped vegetable medley with tuna tonight
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Introductions / HI, My Intro
« Last post by din_foods on April 20, 2018, 05:02:31 AM »
HI, am din , About 1 years ago, after losing my health to bad eating habits,  I had decided to rebuild everything and achieve a good and healthy lifestyle by eating healthy foods. then some one suggest me to move paleo diet. I can try that i get ,my health back so i want to share my paleo diet tips i am here.
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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« Last post by iron sunshine on April 17, 2018, 07:03:15 PM »
A wonderfully simple day.3 cups decaf coffee, water, fruit salad, lettuce salad with onion and cucumbers for lunch  2 chicken legs
For dinner. Feeling great. So much energy all day from so little food. Planning to eat more tomorrow now that groceries are here lol
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Miscellaneous / Re: newbie question - Sugar in dressing
« Last post by Cait1221 on April 16, 2018, 08:33:52 PM »
I've never gotten too much into fancy dressings, I've always done oil and vinegar or oil and lemon juice, but have you tried apple cider vinegar as the base of yours? It might be a little sweeter than red wine or white vinegar. Also- you could try coconut sugar or a freshly squeezed fruit juice to cut the tartness.
Not sure that helped you too much, but I hope you find a solution!
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Miscellaneous / newbie question - Sugar in dressing
« Last post by PaleoJer on March 23, 2018, 02:40:04 PM »
I'm brand new to the forum and have started Paleo for 5 of 7 days over the last 3 weeks.  I love to cook, being a pharmacist....
I haven't had sugar (intentionally) in very much - now using stevia.

I'm into creating great Paleo salad dressings.  I want to start with Italian, which seems easy. Problem is without sugar or that dreaded high fructose corn syrup, it seems bitter.
At first I ground up all the herbs using a mortar/pestle (old habits).  I thought that was doing it. So the next time I used whole herbs.  Better, but still not the same. Perhaps the Stevia didnt help either since I'm making the change from Splenda to Stevia in everything.

I'm looking for some advice from someone who has successfully mastered (or close to ) the art of dressings...

Any suggestions?

Jerry
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Diet and nutrition / Re: Coconut flour pancakes are delicious!
« Last post by Warren Dew on February 26, 2018, 10:46:01 PM »
The paleo diet means eating as close to what humans ate during the paleolithic as is reasonably possible today.
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Workout Programs / Home workout - no equiptment
« Last post by deepsouthdiver on February 21, 2018, 05:53:18 AM »
Way back when I was ROTC I did buds warning order. You can google it. That will get anyone in shape without weights. I have also done P90x but itís nice if you have resistance bands and dumbbells for that but not required.

Edit just noticed this thread was so old, Iím leaving comment for future people looking for this information.


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Diet and nutrition / Re: Why is my breakfast boring?
« Last post by deepsouthdiver on February 21, 2018, 05:45:24 AM »
Yummly has tons of recipes and ideas for paleo breakfast that has helped me keep changing it up. Iím one of those people that canít eat the same thing more than 3-4 times a month without it making me sick to think about it so I trick myself by cooking the same things differently. The breakfast bites are a fun and enjoyable way to cook bacon and eggs.


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Diet and nutrition / Re: Coconut flour pancakes are delicious!
« Last post by deepsouthdiver on February 20, 2018, 10:10:44 PM »
Iím new here so donít mind me much but I live in an area where large number of native artifacts are found that date 3 to 6 thousand years old and they defiantly ground flour. From my other studies paleo people have been making flour for over 30,000 years. Iím no paleontologist or paleo diet expert so donít quote me on that.

3 to 6 thousand years ago is well into the neolithic in most places, so it isn't paleo.  Also, carrying around large stones for grinding seems
unlikely for hunter gatherers.

You may be right I know the natives in this area werenít nomadic but many stones they find arenít native to this area so some packed a bunch of stones around.

Correct me if Iím wrong though because I was watching some paleo experts speaking in a conference type setting and Iím under the impression that paleo is kind of just a name and that eating a true Paleolithic diet would be nearly impossible. 


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