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  • #16
    Croydon/Bromley over here

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    • #17
      Good to see there are a few of us enlightened ones about. Not heard any shout outs from the west country yet? I've also just read that Ray Mears endorses the Paleo diet. Good old Ray !
      http://www.richardlongart.co.uk/

      http://www.primalish.net/


      “You have to know the past to understand the present.”
      ― Carl Sagan

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      • #18
        Glasgow here....candidate for most un-primal city in UK surely? 5 weeks in and loving the changes!

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        • #19
          And I am in London too. I mainly lurk as I can never think of very much new to add. But hello!

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          • #20
            London here.

            Not primal atm, its expensive!
            Organic / Wild / Pasture fed - thats Primal.
            Primal is a step to a healthier, stronger, longer life with weight reduction as a side effect.
            Primal is not just a weight reduction tool.

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            • #21
              I'm in Forfar, and have been Primal for a couple of months - not lost much weight, but gained in health!

              And just noticed that I'm not far from you, Gingernut!

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              • #22
                Hi Boneidle24seven and welcome on board, I'm in Southampton as well, on Hill Lane. Been doing primal for about 3 months just starting crossfit at NMA performance in Fareham.

                Seen a couple of people on the Common with a lump hammer and a tyre. The only place I've seen that workout described is on here so there seems to be a few of us about.

                As for Ray, I think in amongst the paleo, he's a bit partial to a pizza or two
                Last edited by diploid; 09-22-2011, 02:01 AM. Reason: I can't seem to write my native language.
                Our own life is the instrument with which we experiment with the truth.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by oliviascotland View Post
                  I'm in Forfar, and have been Primal for a couple of months - not lost much weight, but gained in health!

                  And just noticed that I'm not far from you, Gingernut!
                  Oh yeah...cool! I come up to the farmers market there sometimes. I think we are pretty lucky living here, lots of good primal food around and places to get outdoors.
                  Finally uncovering the real me!

                  My 'Serious Six' journal.

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                  • #24
                    Hey diploid, I'm in Marchwood, right next to the forest, ideal for running around amongst the trees and throwing logs about, though you have to look hard to find a hill to run up. Not seen anyone else doing primal workouts though!
                    http://www.richardlongart.co.uk/

                    http://www.primalish.net/


                    “You have to know the past to understand the present.”
                    ― Carl Sagan

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                    • #25
                      Hi, I'm in Newark on Trent. I've been Primal for nearly 11 months, I've lost 4.5 stone and almost at goal weight. Hubby has been Primal for 9 months and has lost nearly 3 stone. So it definitely works, although it's cost a fortune in new clothes!!

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                      • #26
                        Hi All,

                        I'm another South Londoner - Long Time Lurker, but recently started posting as I'm reinvigorating my Primalness for the 30 day challenge!

                        So, 2 weeks in - what's the best bits of living Primal?

                        P.S. I lived in Southampton for a year - in a grim student house in Shady Shirley ;-)

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Super Gaily Girl View Post
                          So, 2 weeks in - what's the best bits of living Primal?

                          P.S. I lived in Southampton for a year - in a grim student house in Shady Shirley ;-)
                          I have never been over weight but I do suffer from the dreaded 'wheat belly' which i am trying to get rid of. So being primal has made me far more active. I did find it difficult to give up the breakfast cereal but I think I'm over it now. especially as my stomach feels far more settled than it has in a long time. I just feel good that I'm taking control of my health & fitness, well I hope I am !

                          Shady Shirley indeed, it's not the most glamourous of places. It was my stomping ground as a child in the 70's/80's. Grew up in King Edward Avenue!
                          http://www.richardlongart.co.uk/

                          http://www.primalish.net/


                          “You have to know the past to understand the present.”
                          ― Carl Sagan

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                          • #28
                            Oh and one more thing. For years I have suffered from oily skin, you know, the old teenage T-Zone problem. Well since I've been Paleo my skin has improved greatly. no more oily skin. gotta be another good reason for carrying on!
                            http://www.richardlongart.co.uk/

                            http://www.primalish.net/


                            “You have to know the past to understand the present.”
                            ― Carl Sagan

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                            • #29
                              S'up! I'm from ye olde Worcester, I live about 2 miles away from where they make the sauce Been half-primal since January and never felt better!
                              Bunny trainer extraordinaire!

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                              • #30
                                Yorkshire here, hi to all.

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