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Thread: My Success Story... at least, the first bit.

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    Listen carefully, Griff, and you can hear the cheers from across the Atlantic.

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    May the future be as successful for you as the last two years have been! You have a fabulous spirit
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    Awesome story, Griff. I am so glad you found an approach to primal that is sensible and sustainable!
    Karin

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    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose. - Jim Elliot

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    Thanks Griff, You (and I ) are proof that if you follow the plan it works the way it should. Congratulations! May you continue to be an inspiration to others.
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    Awesome. Perhaps one of your biggest successes was convincing a member of the medical community to actually rethink CW and research the lifestyle that works. I wonder why it is nurses who seem more open to the idea of accepting the primal lifestyle? Is it perhaps because they have less of an investment in patient care, so that they aren't afraid to make changes and take risks? Congratulations!

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    Great story, I bet letting that wheelchair go felt amazing. I wish you continued success.

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    Yay, I feel so inspired, Griff!

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    Awesome post Griff.
    Reading some of your previous posts were what encouraged me to join this forum and read the book! I am glad you shared your story with me!
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    Way to go, Griff! I always appreciate your point of view - you've given me some good advice. I know it's good because you've lived it!

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    Truly awesome Griff! What most in your situation would do is have gastric bypass done and you did through being primal! You're in way better health than most of those people as well. Truly an inspiration.
    Georgette

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