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    Good luck! I've had a lot of benefit from...

    Good luck! I've had a lot of benefit from mindfulness meditation, there's a program by a professor at Oxford which has been shown to reduce relapse in depression and reduce stress, might be useful...
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    It's one of the Jaminet's "safe starches" on a...

    It's one of the Jaminet's "safe starches" on a paleo diet.
    http://perfecthealthdiet.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/Food-Plate-600dpi.jpg
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    Was about to post this link, this is a very...

    Was about to post this link, this is a very quickly spreading video :)
    I blubbed man tears.

    A quick google suggests the diet is gluten and dairy free.
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    Check out Art De Vany, grandfather of Paleo....

    Check out Art De Vany, grandfather of Paleo. Going strong at 73.
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  5. Vive la revolution!

    Vive la revolution!
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    Paleohacks does very well, people seem polite...

    Paleohacks does very well, people seem polite when there's a reputation system. Plus the moderators often close threads that are repeats and provide a link to the other times it's been asked. So...
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    That sounds awful. Leaving aside the guy himself...

    That sounds awful. Leaving aside the guy himself or psychological methods for stress relief, one useful thing for helping with short/medium term stress is adaptogens. A lot of the problems are...
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    Not saturated fat I guess...

    Not saturated fat I guess...
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    What do you enjoy when you do exercise? Is it...

    What do you enjoy when you do exercise? Is it pride in sticking to your plan for example? That would get boring after a while. Are you getting the endorphins or fun you need? Maybe it's time to mix...
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    This sounds like a menacing activity dado!

    This sounds like a menacing activity dado!
  11. Thread: PCOS no more

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    What's the cure for monomania?

    What's the cure for monomania?
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    Hey, I've done paleo about 9 months (in London)....

    Hey, I've done paleo about 9 months (in London). Unless you have medical reasons not to (like kidney disease) anyone starting out would benefit from eating decent amounts of fat (so you're not...
  13. Quite. Best of luck.

    Quite. Best of luck.
  14. Water weight coming off, don't do your...

    Water weight coming off, don't do your projections just yet!
  15. +1. Man up and get some endorphins.

    +1. Man up and get some endorphins.
  16. shipito.com

    shipito.com
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    Wine, olive oil.. things that weren't eaten in...

    Wine, olive oil.. things that weren't eaten in the paleolithic still go into paleo diets if they're not seen as "neolithic agents of disease", as Kurt Harris calls them. Dairy, well that varies...
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    Primal is a brand, paleo is a range of things to...

    Primal is a brand, paleo is a range of things to different people (high fat, moderate fat, low carb, starchy veg filled). It's in Mark's interests to market it as something different but it ain't....
  19. Sounds good, there's no perfect way!

    Sounds good, there's no perfect way!
  20. I like the sound of that, including the eat to...

    I like the sound of that, including the eat to satiation part. If you do the sprinting or other high intensity stuff you may find you can cut the number of days you do any exercise on. There's a...
  21. I would go for fewer exercises personally. The...

    I would go for fewer exercises personally. The sprinting is great as a high intensity thing say once a week: doing a burst, resting a couple of minutes, then repeating a few times, or whatever...
  22. Cutting down the exercise volume (and adding some...

    Cutting down the exercise volume (and adding some sprinting) might be good. My impression is your exercise sessions are long and likely to raise your cortisol, and that you might get better results...
  23. Are the dawn-simulators and UV lamps not acting a...

    Are the dawn-simulators and UV lamps not acting a different way, telling your brainstem to produce different things (like less melatonin) to regulate your circadian rhythms? Either way I use one...
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    "The whole problem with the world is that fools...

    "The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts".
  25. Any chance you have sleep apnoea?

    Any chance you have sleep apnoea?
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