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    Location: Alberta, Canada
    Agute,61
    How Primal am I: Just started last Friday
    Consume Dairy: Cheese, infrequent yogurt
    Coffee/tea: Mainly teas of different sorts. I use local honey.
    Motivator to switch to Primal: Allergies, bone spurs, third grandchild on the way, just want to feel healthier. If the
    extra 100 lbs come off, so much the better.
    Favorite exercise: Walking
    favorite Primal Food: Just starting, but beef. Grew up eating animal meat & fat growing up in Tx. I was a lot healthier.
    Best part of being Primal: Wider food choice.
    Worst part of being Primal: Body adjusting to new regimine. Headache, a bit of "the runs", light headed, some rash. I know it's part of the body getting back into balance, but.... Does anyone have any suggestions to deal with this so-called "healing crisis"? Thanks to Mark for getting this information out there.

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      Welcome! I didn't have those problems. Maybe some who did will chime in.
      Ancestral Health Info - My blog about Primal and the general ancestral health movement. Site just remodeled using HTML5/CSS3 instead of Wordpress.

      My MDA Friday success story - Stubborn Senior's Testimonial

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        Hi there! I'm new as well. Haven't had the courage to write my own introduction thread yet.
        I'm about three months into my primal journey... but I know for the first two days I felt like I was dying... I was extra hard on myself though. I went cold turkey on sugar, grain, dairy, and caffeine. After those two days passed, I bounced up feeling better than I had in years.
        I find when I eat cheese I get some bowl problems... and very itchy skin. Maybe try switching to goat or sheep dairy. I seem to be fine when I eat goat cheese once in a while.

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