03-28-2013, 02:39 PM
welcome to this forum sites
Im new as well. I was just wondering how often measuring is advised? Any help is greatly appreciated
03-28-2013, 02:49 PM
Wanted to introduce myself to all and say ow awesome it feels to be part of a site from all my pleasant dreams. I am steeven
an always groovy, aging hippie. Young @ heart n' soul. peace & Harmony!
04-03-2013, 05:09 PM
Just wanted to introduce myself, very new to the Primal Blueprint Lifestyle. But glad I'm now here and looking forward to finding my way to a healthier, more active life. Will post in the Meet and Greet a more personal "Hello" with my baseline stats.
Strong as Oak.
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04-05-2013, 03:39 PM
Your location:Los Angeles
Age (If you want):48
How Primal are you: 80-90% Getting there!
Do you consume dairy: Very little. I use cream in my coffee. I used to love drinking milk. Now I use Almond milk for shakes.
Do you drink coffee or tea: Both
Motivator for switching to Primal: I just want to be the best me I can be.
Favorite exercise: I like it all.
Favorite Primal food: Steak, Wild Salmon
Best part about being Primal:Full of energy and the fat is falling off my body! I also follow an 18/6 Intermittent Fasting regimen...awesomeness.
Worst part about being Primal:There is a downside?
04-10-2013, 08:26 PM
Hi Everyone! Im Oziel, and Im from Mexico, I would like to learn more from this lifestyle.
See you around.
04-16-2013, 12:06 PM
I started the Primal way of eating 4 weeks ago. The first two weeks I lost 5 pounds and haven't lost since. I had gastric bypass 9 years ago and have gained just about all of the weight I lost back. My son has been trying to get me to eat this way for almost 4 years and now I have done it. I don't eat any starchy veggies. My carb count should be really low. I only eat the low carb veggies--salads, broccoli, tomatoes, cauliflower, etc. I cook the primal way--have thrown everything out that is not Primal except for baking supplies since I still cook and bake for people and church functions. I feel like I have lost inches, but not showing up on the scales!!! HELP ME!!!!!
04-18-2013, 12:36 PM
So, my dilemna is that I eat breakfast within the first hour of waking and then eat every 3-4 hours until bed time a balance of complete protein, carbs and fat. My problem arises with the fact that I really do not enjoy cooking and eating has always been something I have to do. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy eating food that others make but not so much otherwise. Because of this I find it difficult to stay on track because I get annoyed and bored with cooking. This can also mean that my carbs aren't always the highest of quality. I end up eating whatever is quick (too often a quick protein bar) because I don't want to make something even if I took the time on Sunday to prepare some things in advance. I know, I need to suck it up because it is important to my health but day in and day out I get in my own way. Anyone have any suggestions? I am open to someone telling me to get over it and just "do it!"
04-25-2013, 03:31 PM
Nice to meet you all! I finally got the courage to start posting here!
I Super love the Primal Blueprint Lifestyle & reading marksdailyapple!
I feel so happy & positive since starting! My Body feels & looks amazing!
OH! &nnnd! I am really loving the food!
Since staring the Primal / Keto Diet, I am truly loving food!
Taste truly good! ♡
I wish you all the best on your Journeys!
04-26-2013, 10:16 PM
Hello, fellow Groks and Grokettes! =]
My husband and I started eating Primally at the beginning of this month, and I must stay, I feel much better!
Your location: Boston, MA
Age (If you want): 27
How Primal are you: 80-85%
Do you consume dairy: Yup! Love cheese, butter, and cream for coffee. Yummy!
Do you drink coffee or tea: Both!
Motivator for switching to Primal: After doing Jillian Michael's Ripped in 30 and Zumba for 6 months with no weight loss (though I did gain muscle mass), I needed to add something else into the mix.
Favorite exercise: Walking outside. =]
Favorite Primal food: Eggs. They're so versatile. Tonight's dinner: 2 eggs (fried in Kerrygold butter) over greens with TJ's tomatillo salsa. Delicioso!
Best part about being Primal: Though I don't really look much different, I feel better about myself, I'm not as tired, and I get to come up with new cooking ideas.
Worst part about being Primal: Mmm...the potential awkwardness that comes with turning something down gracefully.
I'm hoping that I can prove an example for my parents and that they'll follow suit. =]
05-10-2013, 04:58 AM
Hi im 46 im90% primal losing weight and feeling good. I live in the UK and only learned abou the lifestyle thanks to my wife buying the book Primal Blueprint .
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