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    All right I think that a journal would be a good next step in my journey. As of today I have been practicing the Primal way of life for 2 months and 4 days. I am about 8lbs down and have lost a couple inches all over my body. I recently have hit a plateau and really need to push through it. I think that it is time to cut most if not all dairy out. I also think I have been a little in excess on the dark chocolate.

    I think this journal could be the good way to do this.

    SO.... here we go.

    I have only eaten breakfast thus far

    B: coffee, a little heavy whipping cream, 3 boiled eggs, 8 strawberries
    S: Prunes

    WOD: 60 minutes Power Yoga

    I am hoping this is just what I need to keep myself accountable. I am aiming for 8 more lbs in the next 2 months!

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    Welcome Summit. Soulds like you are off to a good start despite the plateau.
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    Hello,
    From your handle, it might seem you are a climber? I'm going for the top of Mt. Kilimangaro in August.

    I would agree with you about the dairy. There is nothing that can't be replaced by coconut or almond products. I think getting serious about cutting this out might be the jump start to getting over your plateau.

    Welcome,

    Robin

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    I'm obviously not on the greatest start to this journal, I have been out of town.
    I have been a lot more mindful of the dairy that I am eating and I am starting to feel a lot better.
    I haven't weighed in, but I dont do that too often anyways.
    I am noticing a lot more muscle tone.

    Today I have only had breakfast thus far.

    B: coffee, a little heavy whipping cream, 4 scrambled eggs, 1 can of tuna


    WOD: Hiking for 2 hours

    I aim to get better about this journal- but life happens, so we will see.

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    I am more of a hiker than a climber. I really enjoy doing all the fourteeners in Colorado. Good for you on Mt. Kilimanjaro! Thats great.

    I think I will start working with coconut. I that might be a great way to go.
    Thanks and good luck on your journey.

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