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    +1 to Rob & the Hedonist. Although I'm learning...

    +1 to Rob & the Hedonist. Although I'm learning not to skip breakfast, I often go from breakfast to dinner with a few olives and nuts about 3pm.

    That said, on days I do enjoy lunch, I go with...
  2. I have this entry bookmarked, and we always keep...

    I have this entry bookmarked, and we always keep some in the house. I make it with coconut oil instead of ghee, and I mix the nut ratio, using half almonds, 1/4 macadamias, and 1/2 walnuts or pecans,...
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    I vote for Paleo on a Dime. I know it's not the...

    I vote for Paleo on a Dime. I know it's not the funniest or catchiest, but I think it will draw the intended audience best.
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    Facial hair growth and breast growth could also...

    Facial hair growth and breast growth could also be signs of Estrogen Dominance - its where the balance between estrogen and progesterone is off (either too much estrogen and normal progesterone, or...
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    I am a firm supporter of n=1(be your own science...

    I am a firm supporter of n=1(be your own science experiment). One of the most important things I've learned going PB is how to actually listen to my own body and honor its needs. I know, esoteric,...
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    Rice and corn are considered "gluten free" by...

    Rice and corn are considered "gluten free" by celiac definition (specific protein chains). Oats are usually contaminated during processing. However, all grains contain anti nutrients, phytates, and...
  7. Thread: New here.

    by Dialit
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    Welcome!

    Welcome!
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    OMG, sharing that picture without a recipe is...

    OMG, sharing that picture without a recipe is EVIL!!!! Come on! Thanksgivings coming. Wanna makey!
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    Number one - there is no such thing as a gluten...

    Number one - there is no such thing as a gluten free product that contains wheat, barley or rye. If you see one, run away!

    Number two - beer is really bad. If you absolutely cannot live without...
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    Sorry to hear about your wife's work attendance...

    Sorry to hear about your wife's work attendance policy issues. There are circumstances like that which do make having a diagnosis more important. I hope she'll be able to hang in there until testing...
  11. Thread: My Poop Story

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    It's my understanding that "good" poop is...

    It's my understanding that "good" poop is supposed to be solid and formed but semi-soft, kinda like soft-serve ice cream. It's also supposed to be "bendy" like soft serve.
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    I can appreciate wanting a definitive answer,...

    I can appreciate wanting a definitive answer, though for myself, I chose to go with my gut (no pun... Ok, pun intended) and just give up the gluten for good without testing. I have to agree with...
  13. Thread: My Poop Story

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    I have the exact opposite poop story, but still...

    I have the exact opposite poop story, but still with a happy ending. I had 4+ years of chronic diarrhea that nothing seemed to help. A month of primal living, and it's gone! I now have "normal"...
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    Kind of both... Went gluten free about 6 months...

    Kind of both... Went gluten free about 6 months ago (no wheat, barley, rye, millet or contaminated oats, no soy sauce, no seasoning mixes with wheat, etc). Reading labels with teeny tiny print got...
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    Three weeks...amazing changes

    Here are the amazing changes I've experienced since going Primal:
    Restless Leg Syndrome (on meds for over 5 years) - GONE
    Snoring/sleep Apnea (20+ years) - GONE
    Hunger (since... Forever?) - GONE...
  16. Thread: Terrible cook!

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    Get yourself a crockpot (they're pretty...

    Get yourself a crockpot (they're pretty inexpensive $25-40 for a basic model) and then do an Internet search for paleo or primal crockpot recipes. There are several benefits to crockpot cooking:
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  17. I have to agree with RitaRose. The same kind of...

    I have to agree with RitaRose. The same kind of thing happened with providing the "poor starving masses" with baby formula. Without breast feeding, there was no natural birth control and the...
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    On another forum I saw this question asked and the most common sense answer I saw was that if you have a negative response to eating a food after having avoided it for a while, that is an indication...
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    I myself am uninked, but both my daughters have...

    I myself am uninked, but both my daughters have tattoos (18 and 19 yrs old). One thing I've found really interesting is that several of my younger daughter's friends have tattoos of important...
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    Chiropractic has done wonders for me. I agree...

    Chiropractic has done wonders for me. I agree with all that finding a quality provider is key. I can tell you that one thing he had me do at home that really helped with my straightened cervical...
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    "We are still trying to figure out what works for...

    "We are still trying to figure out what works for him because he can't stomach protein like I can, and needs as many calories as possible, so sometimes low residue hi carb foods are necessary."

    We...
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    Wow PB, improvement of seizure disorder? That's...

    Wow PB, improvement of seizure disorder? That's awesome! The more I read, the more it seems this way of life is a critical key to resolving so many health problems - even things we don't normally...
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    Primal for other reasons???

    I am clearly interested in (and have started living) Primally to improve my health (read get rid of "diseases of SAD") and LOSE WEIGHT/IMPROVE BODY COMP.

    My DH, at 5'10" and 160 lbs soaking wet...
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    ... Pets I did some googling and some...

    ... Pets

    I did some googling and some YouTubing and found a recipe for primal dog food which I'm now feeding my two dogs. It's basically equal parts raw meat and steamed veggies (I use 80/20...
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    Finding a doc who will listen

    My husband and I have had similar problems with docs who won't listen, or jump to conclusions, or drill down their focus on just one or two symptoms and ignore others. We are in the process of...
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