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  • A whole lot to learn

    Well its day 4 of 21 day transformation so I thought it was about time I registered.
    So far I mostly just feel tired but today is a little better than yesterday when i felt my brain had fallen out of my ears and couldn't concentrate at work.

    Hope it gets better soon.

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    Carb flu - Treat it like a rebirth or a right of passage you will feel better than you ever have once you are through it!
    Eating primal is not a diet, it is a way of life.
    Don't forget to play!


    • #3
      Welcome. I hope you get through the "carb flu" quickly.
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      • #4
        thank you I will look up more about that to see if there is anything i can do to help it. its difficult to get any extra rest other than going to sleep a bit earlier.
        I'm also wondering about circadian rhythms and how I can apply that where I live when its just getting light as i'm leaving for work and its getting dark before i get home. any ideas?


        • #5
          Your body will adapt. Don't worry about circadian rhythms, just go to bed earlier if you are tired. Unless you are vitamin D deficient, you don't have to do anything, just go with the seasons. According to my quick google search, anywhere from 8% to 70% of Americans are vitamin D deficient, lol... so YMMV. They do have ways to test Vit D, and the treatment is Vit D3 supps, proper foods, and sunlight when available.
          There's a crack inside of everything, that's how the light gets in. ~Leonard Cohen
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