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Introductions / Warren Dew introduced me to this from G+
« Last post by Cydramech on November 01, 2015, 07:48:23 AM »
I'm currently in the hospital from a stomach blockage, but another day or two and I should be home. I live in Savannah, Georgia and know I need a healthy diet (lifestyle too), so I figured to give Warren's advice a try and here I am.

I am 5'11 @210lbs or so.

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Introductions / Re: Hello from a girl who refuses to be geographically-bound!
« Last post by Warren Dew on October 30, 2015, 10:24:41 AM »
Welcome.
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Introductions / Re: new and need help
« Last post by Warren Dew on October 30, 2015, 09:57:54 AM »
Welcome.

One possibility would be to start with a paleo diet that included a fair amount of fruit, and maybe always keep a banana on you for emergencies.  Getting plenty of water may also help; it helped me while I was going through insulin sensitivity adjustments.
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I personally don't think you will gain weight back just as long as you keep your body active and excercise
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Introductions / new and need help
« Last post by Shannonmarie89 on October 27, 2015, 09:03:11 PM »
I am 26 and I am starting a new life change and need to lose about 120 lbs. I am hypoglycemic and have corrected my sugar with soda and sugary foods. I have been ready to start a healthy lifestyle but too scared to start til now.
 
I'm not sure how to start this change and still keep my sugar stable through my workouts and at night without carbs. Protein takes a while to breakdown and my worse fear is to pass out from low sugar. Any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated and would love to hear success stories from others paleo lifestyle.
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First of all, thanks for your reply!!

Do you think, though, that I'll bounce back?
I'm terrified of that.
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Honestly, I feel like Paleo is for everyone. Cut sugar, eat whole, real foods, meat, veggies, seeds, nuts, fruit, and move your body.

Eating real food is, imo, the biggest key to health.


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Hello everyone!

My name is Paul. Iím a 5í7Ē, 32-year old male.
Six weeks ago I weighed 200 lbs, which is heavy for my age and height.
For six weeks Iíve been on a juice fast. Iíve been drinking only vegetable-based juices.
Iím very happy with the results, my overall health has gotten better and Iíve lost 20 lbs.

This, obviously, is not sustainable as I canít go through life just consuming liquids.
In two weeks Iíd like to go back to a normal diet, but I am really apprehensive that Iíll gain all the weight back, especially when Iíll still be heavy for my height.

I would appreciate greatly and love to get some guidance.
What can I eat to not only prevent bouncing back, but also keep losing weight?

Is paleo for someone like me?

Thanks,
Paul
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Hi guys,

Just wanted to introduce myself.
Came here to learn and educate myself about Paleo.

I'm sure there's loads of you that know their stuff about and I look forward to learning from you.

Paul
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Hi Everyone,

I'm a professional writer, usually working for companies talking about how wonderful their products are or crafting blog articles...and at heart, I'm a true nerd.

Joined for two reasons - to see what you guys would like to read about, and to find myself a group of people who don't think I've lost it for skipping the grains, legumes, and processed crap. My in-laws think I'm cuckoo.

I started with Paleo and Whole30 for work, actually, and loved it. (article research!) Now, hubby and I do the occasional Whole30 (once every 3-6 months) and limit the crap. Our favorite food used to be pizza....not so much anymore, for obvious reasons. Celiac is in the family, as are severe allergies and asthma. Our health is miles better since we switched our eating habits.

That's enough about me. Tell me about you!

Best,
C

BTW - Excuse me if my manners are a little clunky sometimes. I've never been a forum member anywhere before, so this is new to me...
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