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  • Hi from Marin!

    Hi everyone, I'm new to the site, but have been doing a combination of primal and low-carb for 13 months. Hope to see some others from the SF Bay Area.

    Richard

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    Hi Richard. I live in NYC but was born in San Rafael, raised in Sonoma and Mendocino counties. It's nice to meet you. I'm new here, too.

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    • #3
      Hi Violette, it's nice to meet you too! NYC is great! I moved out here from Manhattan a few years ago. I hope you like it there!?!

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        How can I make my Marin Fairfax 2007 bike better for long distance?

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          Originally posted by rtn1911 View Post
          Hi Violette, it's nice to meet you too! NYC is great! I moved out here from Manhattan a few years ago. I hope you like it there!?!
          Actually, I far prefer northern California. But NYC is where I have a good job that I like, which is nothing to sniff at.

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          • #6
            Hi Marin,

            Would you mind sharing your experience with low-carb and Paleo so far?

            Welcome,

            Jenni

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            • #7
              Hi JenniRose,

              The highlights are that I dropped 40 lbs of bodyfat in about 3 or 4 months and now weigh what I did in high school. I have a lot more energy and have not been sick -- at all -- in over a year. Maybe this is all coincidental to Paleo / low-carb, but I suspect not. My recommendation is to google "Peter Attia" and check out his website. For fitness (not that you asked) I have been doing a lot of bodyweight exercises and high-intensity / low-intensity cardio. See Jason Ferruggia for more on that.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Violette_R View Post
                Actually, I far prefer northern California. But NYC is where I have a good job that I like, which is nothing to sniff at.
                That's sure is true. And having a job that you truly enjoy is the best!

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