I have been following MDA and being relatively primal since Oct 2008. Following a summer of about 2000 miles of cycling and eating like an endurance athlete. I wasn't seeing the results I wanted (aside from getting pretty good at cycling) and started reading a lot more about nutrition.
So far I like it, but I've been getting a little off track lately so I'll be refocusing through the next 30 days. You can see by my day one that I need a bit of focus.
Day 1 - 20090803
* Cycling to gym and work, ~7mi low intensity
* Weightlifting - squats, rows, push press, dynamic lunges
Food: (some slacking going on here)
B - 4eggs fried in lard, tomato
S - Whey protein post lifting
L - hummus, tabbouleh, tahini, pita, beef/lamb (gyro)
D - steak, cooked in same lard as breakfast, 2 carrots, bell pepper.
egregious non-primal slacking: breaded fried chicken that a friend brought. 3 beers :-)
2,259cal, 136.8 net carbs
I've had better days for sure.
*This is low on protein especially for a lifting day. Usually this is not a problem for me.
* fewer low quality carbs, I'm also usually better on this note as well. Starting off the challenge on the wrong foot at least makes it easy to improve ;-)