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    My screen name reflects the reason I have had to reevaluate my diet several times over my adult life, when my energy level would go from low-normal to non-existent. First time was in my late 20s...realized that my diet of eating mostly cereal, bread, peanut butter, yogurt, and fruit was leaving out protein...duh. Added it back in, which worked okay for awhile.

    A few months later...after eating a big bowl of fruit with breakfast, by 10 am I would end up sitting on the couch staring into space like a zombie. Not sleepy, unable to even read...just sitting. A frutose/glucose crash, presumably. I was very ignorant about nutrition...this was in pre-Internet times but I did manage to figure out to stop eating giant bowls of fruit.

    Muddled along until my mid-forties, feeling okay (for me, still low-normal energy.) Though I was eating the same CW way, my weight insidiously began increasing until reaching a max of 185. It was obvious I would soon be joining the 200 club, which was an unbearable thought. Came across the 5 Rules of Leptin concept, started following them and over about 6 months gradually lost 22 pounds. One rule was to eat 3 meals a day...I had been eating 5. It was no problem to drop the evening snack, took awhile to drop the 3 pm snack. It was easy to keep weight off without making other major changes. For awhile.

    Throughout my adult life, no abnormal results have ever turned up on any medical tests, such as blood sugar, etc. Last spring, my energy degraded again until I was unable to concentrate and complete my work (I'm self-employed.) It caused me to miss a major deadline which has affected my income, naturally. I don't remember how it happened but I came across the Paleo/Primal ideas on various blogs, started buying the books, and reading. The science and evolutionary angle makes total sense to me. So far I've lost a few pounds since August, but the seriously AWESOME thing is the body-reshaping. My post-menopause big waist is not inevitable as it turns out. And I'm just about to finish up the big project from last spring.

    My goal as soon as said project is outta here is to take some time off, gradually exercise more, and keep trying wacky new foods. (Roasted beef marrow today!) I suspect a familial pre-diabetes and thyroid problem combined/caused by eating too many f***ing carbs instead of real foods is behind all this nonsense.
    Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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    An early clue that something was not right with SAD is that years ago I used to buy boxes of Wheat Thins, etc. and eat the entire box in a day or two. I dimly realized that it wasn't right to pig out on that stuff...and maybe there was something in it that was making me binge. Never knew (per Dr. Davis- Wheat Belly) that wheat itself has addicting properties! However, I still think they were throwing some extra "goodies" in there to keep you eating and eating and eating...

    I remember mentioning years ago to my older sister that I thought eating crackers and bread was making me gain weight. Her response..."NOBODY ever got fat from eating crackers!" Hmmm...all I know is that when I eat any hi-carb food such as fruit, bread, cake, etc. I get a "spacey" feeling that is surely a spike in blood sugar. When I eat a yummy primal meal, no spacing out. Coincidence? I think not!

    Today's meals:
    Bacon, pastured eggs over medium, akame seaweed salad, decaf tea with coconut oil + stevia
    Roasted beef marrow, pork veggie soup, a carrot
    Lamb shoulder, peas, 2 tbsp sweet potato, 1 T marscapone, herb tea + stevia

    I usually have a huge salad for lunch but hey, not today!
    Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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    • #3
      Today I did have a more (new) normal menu for me:
      Smoked salmon on avocado chunks, chopped celery and cuke, dulse, olive oil and apple cider vinegar, decaf tea and c oil
      Mt. Everest salad with tons o' veggies and raw mild jack cheese (1st started eating big salads after reading Eat to Live)
      Leftover pork shank with veggies in chicken bone broth, roasted okra, mascarpone cheese with cocoa and stevia, herbal tea

      Am I the only one who didn't know about dried mushrooms...? Love them! And you don't have to worry about them rotting in a couple of days. Our local supermarket has porcini and shitake, sometimes an interesting mix. The package says to not eat them raw so I either boil or sauté them, after plumping them up in hot water.
      Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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      • #4
        Some of the new (to me) foods I've had in the last 2 months...may have eaten them somewhere but hadn't bought/prepared them myself before):
        Lamb shoulder from Whole Foods in crock pot...no bones, very tasty meat candy
        Broiled whole snapper...very good, ate skin and eyeballs, too (except for the white thingies)
        Roasted whole trout...also good, learned how to fillet it via a YouTube video (after cooking)
        Salmon eggs from Asian market
        Dulse from Maine for iodine and chewy flavor
        Celtic sea salt...nibble it here and there straight or grind it with mortar and pestle to add to various foods
        Beef ribs in crock pot (to tenderize the tendons and keep all the fat)
        Beef marrow bones, roasted...yummy if a little odd and kind of a hassle, will use them for beef stock
        Greek whole yogurt...love it, but it seems to raise my blood sugar too much and stall weight loss
        Pastured eggs...wish all animals were raised humanely and optimally, it's not that hard, people!
        Beef shank in crock pot...pretty good, need a better recipe
        Chicken liver paté...fairly good, ditto better recipe
        Calve's liver, frozen, pre-sliced...excellent with onions, pepper, and soy sauce
        Chicken hearts...okay but a tad rubbery...made an interesting paté
        Beef heart in crock pot...good, not great
        Fish, beef, chicken, shrimp, etc. stocks...all have been excellent, really glad to know how to make these
        Canned in water or olive oil octopus, clams, cockles, anchovies, sardines, kippers (smoked herring)...all good, kippers are my fav
        Fish sauce from Asian market...strong weird flavor that is yummy with ginger, rice vinegar, and stevia on roasted eggplants

        So those are the highlights I can think of at the moment. I had already explored veggies fairly thoroughly in previous years but have added roasted okra to my regular repertoire of roasted summer squash, asparagus, bell peppers, eggplant, sweet potatoes, and/or onions that I keep in the fridge for instant salads and side dishes.
        Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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        • #5
          Still losing weight gradually...yay! Only a couple more pounds till I break the 160 barrier. Last time I was under 160 was about 15 years ago. Have had a setback re exercise after developing metatarsalgia (swollen ball of foot) on left foot, probably due to walking in socks on hard ceramic tile and/or some overly enthused squats and calf raises. Have been using Dr. Scholl metatarsal pads which work well in certain shoes. Good thing we have a staionary bike so I can still get some exercise!

          It's bad timing on the foot, because we're going on vacation to Italy next Monday! Am taking cane just in case. We'll see how the eating goes, I'm not going to miss out on too much but I don't want to carb out every meal. I hear you can get good meats and cheeses at breakfast, which sounds great.

          Today's breakfast was a little different:
          2 medium-boiled eggs (not the unusual part)
          Seaweed salad: rehydrated wakame with rice vinegar, ginger, garlic, olive oil dressing and sesame seeds
          Zucchini sautéed in butter with scallions and thyme.*
          Decaf chai tea with coconut oil
          1 fish oil cap to hopefully reduce inflammation on foot

          I forgot there was avocado in the fridge, but am too full to eat it now. There's always lunch! Have some cabbage rolls in the fridge from TooJays, hope they're good. Had a gigantic cobb salad there for lunch yesterday, ate zero dinner last night. EXTREMEMLY unusual for me to miss a meal, ever.

          *The secret is to use a spiral cutter that shreds the zucchini into thin ribbons in about 10 seconds. Should be good for making "zoodles" to replace wheat pasta, haven't tried it with marinara yet.
          Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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          • #6
            Hi! I'm looking for guidance on dosing Thyrogold, and found your journal. If you're still here, I'd love to hear what you've found, regarding how TG doses compared to other NDT. For instance, I've heard that 1 cap TG is like 2.5 grains Armour, but just not sure...
            5'4" 39yo mother to five sweeties & married to their AMAZING DaddyGrok
            Current Weight: 175lb__________________________________Goal: 135lb
            Deadlift: 240lb________________________________________Back Squat: 165lb
            Bench: 130lb__________________________________________Pre ss: 85lb
            ***Winning a 20-year war against binge eating disorder***

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MamaGrok View Post
              Hi! I'm looking for guidance on dosing Thyrogold, and found your journal. If you're still here, I'd love to hear what you've found, regarding how TG doses compared to other NDT. For instance, I've heard that 1 cap TG is like 2.5 grains Armour, but just not sure...
              MamaGrok, big apologies for not getting back to you before. I got wrapped up in something or other (life?!?) and only recently have been back on the MDA forums. I am still using the TG, the smaller size (150?) once a day, first thing in the morning. It brought up my resting heart rate from 60 to about 72-78. I was never "aerobically fit" as my doc used to think about my low heart rate, just malfunctioning. I am also warmer so no longer have to bundle up in a turtleneck and sweatshirt in the house in winter...instead I wear a t-shirt and a long-sleeved shirt (usually unbuttoned.) I've never taken any thyroid prescription medication so can't compare. I did try some other supplements and had bad results (weird feeling in my neck/chest, for example.) Just not interested in taking a zillion tests and arguing with an endo or trying to dig up an alternate doc that isn't woo. I did order a thyroid panel ages ago to make sure I didn't have thyroid antibodies (I don't) so am going by symptoms.

              I still have not been 100% healthy and have not had normal energy plus have had ever-worsening brain fog, decreasing motivation, lack of ability to focus, and a tendency to gain weight. Recently reread the PHD book, have been haunting various blogs and have done these things in the last month:

              1. Started my own adaptation of the Leptin Reset...the bigger breakfast has allowed me to eat lunch an hour later, noon instead of 11. Apparently I have reactive hypoglycemia or something close to it so skipping meals is not an option at this point. But, have avoided snacking and stuck to 3 meals/day. Have gained about 4 pounds, but pants still fit and muffin-top is receding so hopefully it's mostly muscle.

              2. Have been eating more starches per PHD.

              3. Have soaked in a 65 degree pool a few times for about 15 minutes each time and gotten sunshine in early am and mid-day.

              4. Been taking fermented cod liver oil with butter oil.

              5. Stumbled over the resistant starch thread here and have tried it with excellent results so far, only about four days. Worked in the yard all weekend doing heavy brush and sapling removal and dragging stuff to the burn pile, much to the shock of my hubby...usually I only last a couple of hours if I'm up to it at all. Brain fog is gone, haven't been this alert in...decades? Am. Very. Excited. RS is definitely one of the missing links in the chain for me. Can't wait till my fancy probiotic gets here.

              So, that's my update!
              Last edited by Energy!; 03-13-2014, 08:05 AM.
              Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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              • #8
                A few recent findings:

                Konjac (translated to "yam cake" though it's not made of yams) is an interesting option for getting resistant starch (RS) in food form. [ Update: I was mistaken, konjac is a source of soluble fiber, not RS. Still good for BG control, though.] Basically a white, flavorless gelatin but with a firm texture like a gummy bear. There's also a darker, grayish version. According to what I read online, you rinse it off, parboil it for 3 minutes, then store what you don't use right away in water in the fridge. Good in salads, can be marinated and/or sautéd. My hubby's comment was that it looks like "whale blubber." He's not that into the trying-new-foods thing.

                Also from the Asian grocery store, bean vermicelli noodles made from mung beans, also a source of RS. Soak them for 7 minutes then boil for 3 minutes if using in a salad or add to soup and cook there. The ones I got are the "Pine" brand and are clear, gelatinous and also pretty flavorless. Both of these items are eaten more for the texture, apparently. No idea how much RS either one of these have but hopefully a decent amount.

                I didn't start dinner until 5:15 last night which is revolutionary for me. Prior to RS I'd be hungry by 4 pm or even 3:30. I've been taking the potato starch (PS) or mung bean starch (MS) by itself in half a glass of water...easier than mixing into yogurt. About 1 T before each meal right now. No probiotics are included with this method, but there seem to be a sufficient number in my gut already. Though I have the AOR Probiotics on order, looking forward to trying those!

                Have been randomly nibbling (with a meal) some chips of plantain and green banana that are drying in the fridge. Sort of a pain to get the peels off those suckers, but am interested in diversifying the sources of RS at this point.

                One interesting development...I've never had any particular sinus or allergy problems. However, I have noticed several times since using RS that my nose seems more open inside, as if a slight inflammation has gone. Let's hope that's happening all over!!!

                In the TMI department, I used to take magnesium citrate every night to avoid constipation (runs in the family.) In the quest to get off as many supps as possible, stopped taking it about 3 days ago. (Still am getting some mag in a calcium/mag supp.) Rabbit pellets for a couple of days, then today, Bristol #4.

                Took 2 walks yesterday, got hair done, went shopping at B, B & B, reorganized all the spices in the kitchen. then ran out after dinner on a quick errand. While this sounds like no big deal, it represents a much higher level of activity for me than I've been able to do for years and years and years. In the past I've only been able to count on having some energy in the morning. Having it all day and into the evening with no brain fog? Fantastic! In general for meals, what seems to work for me is to have protein, fat, and starchy carbs and usually plenty of veggies. Not sure of the ratios, will have to figure it out one of these days. No grains except for white rice, have recently added red lentils (another RS source.)

                Today it's time to get back to work. I'm increasingly reluctant to spend the hours and hours in front of the computer that is required in my current freelance career. It's not healthy and I'd rather be outside doing yard work in this beautiful, cool weather (high of 65º.) I quit my first "job" after college because it required being inside all day...funny how things have come full circle. Ironically, the constant fatigue during my adult life made sitting in front of the computer tolerable because at least I was accomplishing something and earning a living. Need to figure out one of those 4-hour work week deals (ha!)
                Last edited by Energy!; 03-13-2014, 08:09 AM.
                Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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                • #9
                  Progress report at about 10 days into my resistant starch (RS) experiment:

                  Am up to about 3-4 T of RS (usually potato starch) plus some RS foods at every meal. Also probiotics such as fermented sauerkraut, pickles (both Bubbies brand), kefir, and AOR probiotic on occasion.

                  Hypoglycemic response is reduced, can wait an hour to eat without feeling like I'm going to faint. Still can't skip a meal, not sure if I ever will, but no big deal. Am eating three meals a day with no snacks, per leptin diet.

                  Appetite is reduced and the 3 or 4 pounds that had shown up on the scale for a few days have gone away with no effort on my part.

                  Have had several instances of great, sustained energy all day, unlike I've felt in decades, plus a feeling of being alert yet calm, better ability to focus.

                  TMI is interesting...have stopped taking magnesium citrate to allow natural process to resume unimpeded. Some days have zip or close to it, then next day get a Bristol #4. Am not going to worry about having BM every day as long as it's not constipation. Fartage is minor issue, usually not odiferous.

                  Woke up for four hours in the middle of the night two nights ago...felt awful the entire next day. My sleep has been interrupted multiple times at night for years, and sometimes I can't fall asleep again. Last night I woke up at 3:30 am and took 1 T of PS in water and 1 mg of melatonin. Went back to sleep and woke up feeling very relaxed. Am at about 75% energy level today, but not too bad and can work. Tonight I'm going to try taking a T or two of PS in water right before bed and see if that prevents the 3 am wake-up call, damn it.

                  Fingers are crossed!
                  Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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                  • #10
                    Hi,

                    I too am following the PHD and supplementing RS.

                    Interesting about stopping the mag citrate. I take it to help me calm down to sleep. Not for bowel issues.

                    Good Luck on your experiments.
                    Primal since 9/24/2010
                    "Our greatest foes, and whom we must chiefly combat, are within." Miguel de Cervantes

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Pebbles67 View Post
                      Hi,

                      I too am following the PHD and supplementing RS.

                      Interesting about stopping the mag citrate. I take it to help me calm down to sleep. Not for bowel issues.

                      Good Luck on your experiments.
                      Thanks for stopping by, Pebbles67. I'm happy to report that taking 1 Tb of potato starch in water before bed for the last couple of nights has taken care of the insomnia, thank goodness. It seems to be keeping my blood glucose steady just when I need it around 2-3 am. Don't need to take melatonin to fall asleep, either. My understanding is that having a robust gut biome allows you to take up magnesium and other minerals better as well as produce more seratonin/melatonin. Think that's right...have been reading a ton about guts and RS lately. I do take a calcium/mag supp, just not the extra mag before bed now.

                      Update: ended up adding back the mag in the form of magnesium orotate. Occasionally still have disturbed sleep, like tonight (awake at 2 am, still up at 4:40 ) Might be due to no walk/jog today, that is, yesterday?
                      Last edited by Energy!; 05-09-2014, 02:01 AM.
                      Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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                      • #12
                        At 2+ weeks into supplementing with RS (usually potato starch), taking probiotics, eating prebiotics, eating more RS foods (frozen cooked beans, anyone?) and am thrilled with the results. Changes so far:

                        • Higher and sustained energy level. This is my favorite benefit...have gotten hours and hours of my life back every day.

                        • No more hypoglycemic about-to-crash feelings when hungry. Can wait an hour or more to eat, which is huge!

                        • Can fall asleep without melatonin/magnesium/etc. and if wakened in the middle of the night, can go back to sleep. This is also huge.

                        • No more brain-fog, a weird feeling of pressure(?) in my head for lack of another way to describe it. More hugeness! Can focus like a laser beam again and have an alert yet calm feeling.

                        • No more tired-after-eating reaction, which used to happen after breakfast and/or lunch, sometimes made me a zombie the rest of the day.

                        • No more cravings. Before when I was hungry, it was tough to resist munching handfuls of nuts or whatever while prepping a meal. Now it's not such a panic so don't have the need to pre-stuff myself. Also don't have cravings for sweets or anything else especially.

                        • I get full more easily, can stop eating even if the plate isn't "clean" and put the leftovers away.

                        • Improved muscle resilience and recovery. For example, the other day I spent a solid hour stooped over from the waist in the backyard digging out some old roots and planting bulbs in a bed. Previously I couldn't do that because my back and legs would give out after a few minutes. Felt like Super Gardener! I was a little worried about being sore the next day...wasn't.

                        • TMI alert: Don't need to take extra magnesium to solve constipation, am usually Bristol #4 now. Just not an issue any more. Was getting more gas than usual during the adjustment phase of taking more prebiotics and eating fiber-rich foods, now am back to a normal, minimal amount.

                        • A few of the more subtle bennies: softer skin, more open nasal passages (reduced inflammation?), fingernails/toenails seem to be growing faster, and probably some other stuff I can't think of right now!

                        I'm getting clued into the idea that RS is just one of many prebiotics, if a hard-to-get-enough one (thus the idea of taking supplemental potato or other starch such as mung bean, etc.) So, am in the mode of finding out about various prebiotic foods and fibers. Need to make a list!
                        Last edited by Energy!; 05-26-2014, 01:33 PM.
                        Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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                        • #13
                          Breakfast

                          My first meal of the day is often pretty unusual compared to what most people eat. Bacon and eggs is the most normal, maybe once a week. Most of the time it consists of a mini-salad made of leftover veggies and/or potato salad with sardines, canned or smoked salmon, clams, or other seafood, plus ACV vinaigrette. Occasionally I make a mini-soup of homemade stock with reheated potatoes or white rice plus leftover meat and roasted veggies. Today I also had a chunk of semi-thawed frozen green banana with cacao nibs in yogurt plus mac nuts (was hungrier than usual.)

                          Also every day...
                          2 or 3 raw brazil nuts
                          1 T mung bean or potato starch + 1 tsp psyllium in water
                          Cup of yerba maté or green tea with 1 tsp. coconut oil
                          Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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                          • #14
                            Whew, had a nasty chest cold that 3 weeks later am still occasionally coughing from...just that tickle kind of cough, not from mucus or anything. Since I almost never get any kind of cold, it was a reminder of how much it sucks to have a low energy level. Thank goodness I'm back to my new normal of taking 2 mile walk/runs, getting tons of stuff done, and just feeling good...this is how life is supposed to be! Now...

                            Lunches

                            Usually I have a huge salad that is nicknamed the Mt. Everest salad because it mounds up way over the edge of the bowl. We have tons of lettuce, greens, and herbs growing in containers on the pool deck now which makes it extra easy. In addition to the normal veggies like carrots, bell peppers, cucumbers, etc. there may be leftover veggies, some potato salad or other RS food, shiritaki or mung bean noodles, hardboiled eggs/meat/fish, and/or cheese. Lately the chèvre goat cheese from France has been super yummy. Other options are unsweetened coconut flakes, ginger, macs or other nuts, chives, herbs, and dressing. The usual dressing is artisan olive oil and balsamic/ACV and spices but for a more Asian salad I stir together a miso + sesame or almond butter + warm water dressing.

                            The other common lunch option is a quickie soup assembled from homemade bone broth, leftover veggies, whatever meat or seafood hanging around that goes with it, herbs and spices, and perhaps salsa or canned tomatoes and/or cream. I usually add RS rice, beans, or potatoes at the last minute to warm up but not get too hot.

                            Then there was today...lunch was chicken livers, onions, and bacon with pepper and gluten-free tamari...yum! Plus some potato salad, curried eggplant, and sauerkraut. Yes, the latter was a tad weird, but haven't had any lately.
                            Last edited by Energy!; 04-23-2014, 10:00 AM.
                            Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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                            • #15
                              Have been on a good streak with exercise ever since getting my minimal Nike Free shoes. They feel like going barefoot but with just enough comfy padding for ceramic tile floors or asphalt. Usually walk fast and slowly jog for 2 miles/day, yesterday went twice for 4 mikes total! Going from such a sedentary former existence, I can feel the muscles firming up already, so yay! And a pair of shorts that were a tad too tight now fit, and are even hanging low because the waist is too big. That's the big surprise...after menopause it seemed I was doomed to have an ever-increasing muffin top. But, though my weight has not changed, my waist has shrunk 2 inches! It feels funny like my arms/elbows are moving too far inwards.

                              It's bittersweet because though I feel increasingly good, many people around me are going downhill. They have long litanies of health problems, yet keep stuffing their faces with the same SAD crap, or quasi-healthly concoctions like gigantic cholesterol-free-gluten-free-whole-wheat-honey-oat-chia-raisin-peanut-butter bars. Guess they aren't desperate enough to look closely at their nutrition etcetera and may never be. I was so tired of being tired, I was willing to try ANYTHING to have more energy. Even if it only increased it 5%, or 2%. Didn't realize feeding my gut biome would be so successful.
                              Age 55, post-menopausal, primal since August '12 with some dairy, lots of seafood, following PHD and the 5 Leptin Rules. Taking ThyroGold, eating RS and zero wheat with great results. My Primal Journal

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