Although I (unfortunately) lived at the top of a hill in SF last year, I don't think even the steepest ones offer a ton extra, in terms of calories burned. For example, a walking a steep incline for 10 minutes would burn maybe 20 calories more than walking a zero degree incline. Now, your calves may protest these figures
Originally Posted by TigerLily
One thing about being Primal is not you are not hungry 24/7 and you do not have the "eat every 2 hours" mentality. You listen to your body and eating becomes natural.
On normal days, I eat from 12:00pm-12:00am (I am not hungry when I wake up, so I just prolong the natural fasting), then "IF" till noon. I also sometimes skip dinner, extending my IF to at least 16-17 hours.
And like a previous poster said, contrary to popular opinion, I haven't gain weight or had my metabolism slowed down because I did not eat right after I wake up and then every 2 hours thereafter.
Last edited by Zed; 08-08-2010 at 01:29 AM.