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Diet and nutrition / What am I doing wrong?
« Last post by Czhey on August 23, 2014, 12:07:05 PM »
Love the idea of paleo, was a struggle changing eating habits that much but I generally managed!

Been 3 months ish now, a few days recently I just have not even tried as I've been feeling rubbish, for the first 3weeks ish I felt great, clear head and a spring in my step but that's long gone now!!

I feel tired and weak, especially towards the end of a day (even after evening meal) I feel foggy headed and sleepy/drowsy (nearly falling asleep driving)

I have a very active job, and an on paleo to be healthy, and more energy. If anything I want to gain weight (muscle) but if anything have certainly lost body day in the last few months.

A typical day now is
3eggs scrambled with coconut milk/oil and/or coconut water. Often with some spinach or red pepper in there, and with a handful of plum tomatoes. Often 2-6 pieces bacon if I have time.
A snack, raw carrot/red pepper/salad. Maybe some cold meat or something. Sometimes I don't eat at all between breakfast and dinner.
Dinner a hearty portion of chilli, burgers, chicken curry, a stir fry, maybe tuna steak, pork ribs or pork belly. That kind of thing. Usually with veg if I have time.
Some fruit or nuts throughout the day.

Before I ate:
Sugary cereal with coffee
Nothing all day except crisps and chocolate wtc, maybe a sandwich.
A take away dinner, pizza. Curry. Chinese. Sometimes something home cooked with chips etc.
A few beers In the evening.

I generally felt quite flat, and not very healthy, but not this drowsy feeling I'm getting now even if I didn't eat for a whole day.


I home cool everything pretty much, free range/organic where I can, no legumes, no dairy, no refined sugar although a lot of fruit to start with.



Any advice would be great :)
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Food Journals / Re: Cautionary tales
« Last post by Eric on August 23, 2014, 09:42:03 AM »
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Diet and nutrition / Critique my diet.
« Last post by Graham23 on August 23, 2014, 09:10:53 AM »
Hi just an introduction my names graham I'm 25 from Ireland  I had a pretty rough few years my diet went downhill which I believe affected my whole life within the last 18 months I was diagnosed with a mental illness to which I am on an anti psychotic , mood stabilizer and anti depressant , I was also diagnosed with Crohn's disease to which I am on nearly 12 tablets a day ( just recently had surgery ) my main goals are weight loss ( had an MMA career ) and to eventually be medication free  , I've done my research and decided to go with the paleo lifestyle ,juts wondering what you guys tink of my diet with the goal of fat loss and mood stabilization ( high fat )

Breakfast
Omelette with ham , onion , peppers
Mixed fresh berries

Snack
Beef jerky , nuts

Lunch
Stir fry in lettuce wraps

Dinner
Salmon with grilled veggies

Snack
Tin of tuna

I'm so used to eating every 3 hours I have constructed my meals around it , I'm not counting macros or kcals just gona eat for the week and see where I am at , any other info or positive critique is most welcome guys and gals thanks in advance graham23
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Food Journals / Interlude
« Last post by Warren Dew on August 22, 2014, 09:41:48 PM »
Dinner tonight:  rare steak for parents and Duncan; hamburgers for Martin; heart shaped hamburgers for Margaret.  Margaret is not totally on board with paleo but apparently the heart shapes make up for lack of carbs.
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Recipes and meal photos / Re: Jamaican-style Oxtail soup and cauliflower rice
« Last post by PaleoDavid on August 22, 2014, 07:41:48 AM »
It was really easy too.  Brown the meat, transfer to crock pot. Chop veggies, transfer to crock pot. Add spices to crock pot. Add beef stock to crock pot. Let it go low and slow. Put cauliflower in food processor. Pulse until rice-like in size. Mix in spices. Put in fry pan. Add other ingredients. Cook until enough moisture evaporates to your liking. Stir every now and then. I had knee surgery in the morning (general anesthesia, etc.), and made the meat before bed, so that it was ready the next day. I made the rice in the late morning, and I had soup and "rice" for lunch. It was too easy.
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Recipes and meal photos / Re: Jamaican-style Oxtail soup and cauliflower rice
« Last post by gymboslice on August 21, 2014, 07:44:19 AM »
Looks interesting, def going to have to give this a shot.  I love Cauliflower Rice. 

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Recipes and meal photos / The Best Damn Paleo/Primal Pizza
« Last post by gymboslice on August 21, 2014, 07:42:48 AM »
I know you can't eat this all the time but if you really miss bread and pizza this recipe here is as close as it gets to the real thing...

http://www.nograinsonlyzuul.com/best-paleo-pizza-ever/
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Exercises / Re: Sports?
« Last post by gymboslice on August 21, 2014, 07:39:30 AM »
To mix up from my daily gym regimen I usually practice some BJJ, Boxing and martial arts, although not a team sport it is a good workout. 
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Miscellaneous / Re: Complaining to complain
« Last post by PaleoDavid on August 20, 2014, 09:51:10 PM »
Thanks!! If you saw my earlier post I have been eating that oxtail soup all week. :)


Sorry to hear that!

Get plenty of bone broth or oxtail soup, or at least vitamin C, in case it helps with rebuilding the connective tissue.
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Miscellaneous / Re: Complaining to complain
« Last post by Warren Dew on August 20, 2014, 09:28:55 PM »
Sorry to hear that!

Get plenty of bone broth or oxtail soup, or at least vitamin C, in case it helps with rebuilding the connective tissue.
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