« Last post by JayJay on October 04, 2015, 09:24:21 PM »
I've found that "recipes" in general take too much time to prepare. I quit my "love affair" with food, and the incessant need for variety, and life is much easier and time-efficient.
For breakfast, I make some kind of simple meat (bacon, sausage, pork chop, whatever) and a few eggs, all in the same skillet. Sometimes I add a piece of fruit.
For lunch and dinner, some meat/fish and a veggie. I often saute the veggie (usually leafy greens) in the fat left from the meat in the same skillet. Simple. Easy meals, little clean up. Very little time spent. I often cook extra at the same time for another meal, such as lunch the following day.
Sometimes I grill but not much more variety than that. If you can get over the SAD tradition of endless variety, cooking and shopping becomes much easier, cheaper, and more efficient.
« Last post by JMull on October 04, 2015, 12:46:54 PM »
ebbrown: Welcome aboard, I'm in Jersey also, near Great Adventure. My wife, one of my sons and I had breakfast in Avon at a TOTALLY PALEO restaurant called the CAVE, the food was Paleo at a decent price and with excellent coffee. If you're close to Avon check it out. JIM
« Last post by Warren Dew on October 02, 2015, 10:51:03 AM »
I'd suggest starting a food journal, and posting your issues, including time issues, daily.
Do you still have some time to cook, even if not as much? There are recipes that can be made in advance and eaten for several days, if you're open to that.
Is there any special reason you need to sleep 10 hours a day?
« Last post by Warren Dew on October 02, 2015, 10:47:13 AM »
Hello and welcome. You can post questions to this thread here, or if they are diet questions to the Diet & Nutrition forum, or wherever you think is most appropriate. I wouldn't worry too much about where you post.
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« Last post by Rose13 on October 01, 2015, 12:38:07 PM »
Just wanted to say hello. Also I have a lot of questions about my paleo experience so far. Which category should I head for?
« Last post by WholeFoodMan on September 27, 2015, 03:41:11 AM »
A little bit of depression is starting to set in with me and weight loss. I don't have the time I use to, I work full time, take 2 classes and have gotten back into the dating seen. My life is packed now and the extra work it was taking to meal prep and find new recipes is gone.
I use to have 5 hours a day put aside to play video games several days a week. I'd play 25 hours a week, hit the gym twice a week, do meal prep, have 2-3 days I could sleep 10 hours. Now I have no days I can sleep 10 hours unless I work my schedule to sleep 6 days a week, which is rough.
I've hit that paleo wall that nutritionists criticize paleo for being to hard to follow. And I'm gaining weight. I woke up this morning 10 pounds heavier than my normal. I think I need a support network or something. I've also reached out for help in another area of my life and was basically told by that community I was a part of to either suck it up or complain to somebody who cares, which didn't help. I need a community of people who aren't gonna kick me when I'm down, because that strategy just didn't work on me.
Don't know what to do.
« Last post by 4nanocb on September 26, 2015, 12:47:41 AM »
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« Last post by PaleoDavid on September 25, 2015, 08:02:54 AM »
Could you provide any links about what you believe about zinc? Just curious about what you meant, testing, dosage protocols, etc.THANKS