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  1. It's fair enough to adapt to the Primal lifestyle...

    It's fair enough to adapt to the Primal lifestyle slowly and gradually, and do small changes, if that's what works for you, but you won't get dramatic or quick results. Subtle changes, yes, and these...
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    16-1700 cals is what I would eat if I were...

    16-1700 cals is what I would eat if I were inactive, as a 30 year old female at 5'5".

    This study didn't actually take account of the food people were eating in any more depth than just basic...
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    If you haven't been eating any gluten, then the...

    If you haven't been eating any gluten, then the biopsy is pointless - even if you were celiac, it wouldn't show anything as the gut damage would have healed already, if there was any there before....
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    Dietitians here in the UK who help people with...

    Dietitians here in the UK who help people with coeliac disease actually promote the gluten free replacements, and we can even get them on prescription! I was looked at funny when I told my dietitian...
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    This article made me laugh, saw it earlier today....

    This article made me laugh, saw it earlier today.

    Obviously, gluten free bread, cakes, baked goods and biscuits etc are nutritionally poor products. BUT SO ARE THE GLUTEN CONTAINING ONES!!!

    It...
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    Hi from sunny Yorkshire! I'm new ish on here...

    Hi from sunny Yorkshire!

    I'm new ish on here too. Like Frankie I started with the SCD, which led me to Paleo/Primal. If I do let my eating habits slip, I notice it pretty quickly.

    I find that...
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    cemdev, very envious of your proximity to...

    cemdev, very envious of your proximity to Whistler! One of my ambitions to go ride there. For now I shall have to make do with the Yorkshire Dales on my doorstep!

    Grok might not have had a bike,...
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    Slim rice and slim pasta - made from some weird...

    Slim rice and slim pasta - made from some weird kind of vegetable fibre supposedly eaten in Asia for centuries. I lived in Asia and travelled round there a lot and never saw it. Asians ate REAL RICE,...
  9. I've been part of adventure racing and mountain...

    I've been part of adventure racing and mountain bike race relay teams where the carb loading pasta fest the night before is the norm. I'm coeliac, and lactose intolerant, and MSG gives me the raging...
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    Poll: Getting into calorie counting made me start...

    Getting into calorie counting made me start bingeing. I never ever had a problem with it before. Using My Fitness Pal was just about the worst thing I could have ever done for myself. It's taking...
  11. Asking for plain grilled meats/fish without sauce...

    Asking for plain grilled meats/fish without sauce - you can always ask for a lemon to squeeze over fish/veg if they're too plain.

    I travel with nuts and dried fruit for emergencies, beef jerky is...
  12. They also do pig trotters - make great broth!

    They also do pig trotters - make great broth!
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    Wow, didn't realise this would provoke so much...

    Wow, didn't realise this would provoke so much debate!

    I did try to do strict paleo a while back, and the one thing I got out of it was realising I had a dairy intolerance. I can cope with a bit...
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    Whole30 - thoughts?

    I read up a bit recently about the Whole30. I did wonder about trying it, but the myriad of rules and regulations kinda put me off. I wasn't sure I wanted to get quite that obsessive about food,...
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    Yup, my dog loves it, but the results aren't at...

    Yup, my dog loves it, but the results aren't at all pretty, it upsets his stomach pretty bad!
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    This was an interesting thread to read, for the...

    This was an interesting thread to read, for the most part.

    I used to be veggie when I was in my teens, for reasons of animal cruelty. I'm not now, but I have given up dairy, partly because it's...
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    I spent a lot of time in Asia and ate rice...

    I spent a lot of time in Asia and ate rice without a problem. I do prefer Basmati rice or Japanese sushi rice though as these are lower GI. I am active, and need a few extra carbs on days I work out,...
  18. Might not be gluten, but mould is kinda grim....I...

    Might not be gluten, but mould is kinda grim....I knew there was a reason I didn't like Brie rind!
  19. I hear you too! However, (and you can shoot me...

    I hear you too!

    However, (and you can shoot me if you want!) I don't think there's anything wrong with the occasional non-primal off-piste indulgence, as long as it remains that, and more...
  20. Thanks for the responses. Neither pregnant or...

    Thanks for the responses.

    Neither pregnant or about to have a period!

    I'm a mountain biker and have been for some years. So I'm pretty active, I only started crossfit recently though. I have...
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    Hiya, I'm UK based too, but in the north. ...

    Hiya,

    I'm UK based too, but in the north.

    Your training programme sounds great - kinda like crossfit in the outdoors! Well done on a stone lost in weight too!

    I'm actually finding paleo is...
  22. Feeling unwell when I exercise - not eating enough?

    I went paleo at the start of this year, having been primal for a while. I cut dairy to see if it would improve my digestive problems. I guess it has a bit.

    However I am now having a problem when...
  23. Yep, I broke out at first. Lasted a couple of...

    Yep, I broke out at first. Lasted a couple of weeks, I found a Bio-oil treatment at night a couple of times a week helped my skin calm down.
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    I do like dark chocolate - my treat of choice was...

    I do like dark chocolate - my treat of choice was the Lindt 90% one. I've quit the chocolate and sweet fixes but have been eating fruit instead to satisfy it, maybe I just need to do a couple of days...
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    Help me get back on track!

    I've had a couple of weeks of being really busy at work, and my Primal eating has gone a bit skewed! Mainly it has to be said from sugar consumption, energy quick fixes, but also meals out, business...
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