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Diet and nutrition / Re: 1 month in. Advice please.
« Last post by cindywithaneye on February 09, 2017, 05:51:45 PM »
Turnip is a good potato substitute


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Recipes and meal photos / Re: Simple and satisfying!
« Last post by Eric on February 09, 2017, 11:29:58 AM »
Very cool.  We did a huge egg omelette last night for dinner.  8 eggs total.
Tons of different vegetables - we split them half and half for variety.

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Recipes and meal photos / Simple and satisfying!
« Last post by iron sunshine on February 09, 2017, 08:58:40 AM »
Not fancy but very tasty and filling
4 eggs, shrimp and fish(any kind) for a quick seafood omelet of sorts

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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« Last post by iron sunshine on February 08, 2017, 08:10:08 AM »
Monday mostly fruit and salad
Tuesday fruit , tomatoes, delicious meat loaf baked potato
Wednesday so far chili not paleo but my daughter made it. Lots of meat and tomatoes
Later  salmon rest of chili and crab meat and shrimp

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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« Last post by iron sunshine on February 06, 2017, 07:42:56 PM »
AM pears, banana, clementines coffee
2 hour walk
PM salad- lettuce tomatoes celery carrots potato,
Cheat a little chocolate

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Food Journals / Re: keeping it simple for keeps!
« Last post by iron sunshine on February 06, 2017, 10:25:21 AM »
Weekend
Chicken, fish and more chicken, salad, carrots and clementines, bananas, pears

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Diet and nutrition / Re: If oil is paleo, then so is processed sugar
« Last post by JayJay on February 05, 2017, 02:52:42 PM »
How can you not get sufficient amount of fat from whole foods? Meat, fish, eggs, nuts, seeds, avocados, etc.

Because not all of us can or do eat things like nuts, fish, or avocados and all the fat phobia in our society has made many cuts of meat heavily trimmed before being sold. I can't even find 70/30 ground beef most of the time, or even 80/20 in some stores. In some States, you cannot buy fat trimmings from the butcher (aka suet), so getting sufficient amounts of fat can be difficult, or at the least, inconvenient, for many people. Plus, if you can only get grain-finished meat and want to supplement your diet with fat from grass-fed sources, grass-fed butter (for example) is a fairly easy to obtain source.
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Diet and nutrition / Re: If oil is paleo, then so is processed sugar
« Last post by cdewsa4747 on February 05, 2017, 08:22:01 AM »
Alaskan Natives had oil lamps long before the area was colonized, and they also kept seal oil in vials to drink for energy and warmth.

How long ago was that? And does it matter that I'm not Alaskan - meaning, was it specific to their population or would it be a general adaptation across many?
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Diet and nutrition / Re: If oil is paleo, then so is processed sugar
« Last post by Rini on February 04, 2017, 11:39:57 AM »
For vegetable oils, you may be right. But hunter-gatherer cultures DID use animal oils for many things.  Alaskan Natives had oil lamps long before the area was colonized, and they also kept seal oil in vials to drink for energy and warmth.  Also, how many people had sugar cane available to process? Sugar for the most part wasn't even available, while some oils may have been.  Squeezing oil out of coconut mash seems more like squeezing oranges for orange juice, than it does factory refined sugar.
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Diet and nutrition / Re: 1 month in. Advice please.
« Last post by iron sunshine on February 04, 2017, 09:12:18 AM »
The way I see it, better a potatoe sooner than junk food cravings later! Enjoy
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