« Last post by kasperpollas on March 17, 2016, 06:06:33 PM »
Hi folks. I'm in the proces of creating a paleo video course and just finished the first video.
It's about 5 basic food groups that are NOT paleo. The point is that knowing what not to do makes space to start finding what to do instead.
I've done my best with the video and if you are just getting started with the paleo diet I'm sure it can help you out. But also feel free to join the conversation and give me some feedback as I'm always looking to improve. Who knows? Maybe you can spot some things that I'm forgetting or help me be more spot on with the information.
The video is about 10 minutes and you can watch it here: http://lowglycemicdiet.net/5-steps-to-eating-like-a-caveman/
Over and out
« Last post by kasperpollas on March 17, 2016, 05:41:50 PM »
My name is Kasper and I've become increasingly passionate about healthy eating in the last couple of months. I've had some great weight loss results making tweaks to my diet, and a lot of what I've been doing is very paleo. But I'm not completely Paleo. For example I eat beans almost everyday. Don't hate
Nice to meet you all. See you in the forums.
In limited portions and frequency, does brown rice provide anything beneficial for me?
I was told other than some nutrients/minerals, which can be had elsewhere, it's basically
useful for making you feel fuller for longer, and also helping to bind food for elimination.
Is this accurate?
Are there other benefits?
What about negatives?
« Last post by kmcfarland3 on March 14, 2016, 02:42:39 AM »
I'm fairly new to the paleo diet, I am on it because I get very sick otherwise, but I am alone in it. My boyfriend is the complete opposite to me and feasts on junk food and soft drink 24/7. When I am at his family's house there is nothing that I can eat. So because I can't find a way to be paleo there, I end up eating badly and making myself sick.
Does anyone have any suggestions what I should do? Any tactics I could use to show my boyfriend what and why I need to eat?
And tips and tricks about having easy to assemble meals/snacks somewhere I dont live? (Their kitchen is also under major construction so they have little to no cupboard space).
Thanks in advance!
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« Last post by Cait1221 on March 11, 2016, 10:09:06 AM »
I am going on a week long hiking trip in April, and I'm trying to plan for food. And in the past I haven't been very successful... So I'm looking for some advice.
Over the holiday season, I stopped eating paleo, but I've since returned to paleo and have finally broken the sugar cravings and my energy levels are back to normal and I'm feeling MUCH better.
I have a hiatal hernia and GERD which makes things a little difficult. Anytime I work out really hard- I get really nauseas and struggle to keep food down, and every exhausting hike I've been on, I puke and lose all my energy and I tend to feel very cold. This has been consistent over the past few years. I've been hiking a lot and have been going to the gym regularly, but I still get pretty nauseas after a good workout. I do not take any medication for GERD because I made the decision to try to fix it through my diet instead of staying on pills for the rest of my life. So far- I've done pretty well with that except for strenuous workouts. I DO drink apple cider vinegar to help with my symptoms.
I'm just wondering if anyone else has this problem? Does anyone have any food suggestions to bring on the trip? Any tricks to calm nausea while hiking? I managed to calm my stomach down earlier after going to the gym with a banana blueberry smoothie with hemp seed.
So far for food, im planning on making my own jerky, bringing mixed nuts, some celery with almond butter, bananas, and probably some apples.
Any comments or suggestions are welcome!
« Last post by Cait1221 on March 11, 2016, 09:50:41 AM »
This is absolutely hilarious!!
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« Last post by JayJay on February 29, 2016, 08:23:40 PM »
Focus on what you can eat, not on what you can't.
Eat meat with fat, preferably pastured meat, but it's not a necessity. Eat eggs, again, pastured if possible. Eat fruits and vegetables except those that are not actually vegetables (i.e. corn) and those that are simply a product of agriculture and did not grow in nature at one time in sufficient quantities to be used as food. Most anything that CAN be eaten raw, but doesn't necessarily HAVE to be eaten raw, is Paleo. Avoid "recipes".