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    PRODUCT of the week!

    Primal Fuel
    Sun butter!

    i went primal in feb 2010
    200lbs
    37% body fat
    38-40 waist

    1 year to the day
    140lbs
    7.8% body fat
    29 waist

    currently
    137lbs
    7% body fat
    29 waist

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    Can i ask your age and height. You did great in 1 year but 140 sounds small

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    5'6 (same height as mark wahlberg) haha

    37 years old

    i went primal in feb 2010
    200lbs
    37% body fat
    38-40 waist

    1 year to the day
    140lbs
    7.8% body fat
    29 waist

    currently
    137lbs
    7% body fat
    29 waist

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    I guess 140 isn't that same as i'd think when i picture myself at the weight at 5'10. Just asking. About sun butter. Its sooo boring.
    I buy a different brand but i just never learns what i could put that on

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    I had one jar that was wonderful, then two different brands that followed were awful, but used them in baking (all sugar free, roasted sunflower seeds). I kicked myself for not writing down the name of the first brand. A couple friends said they tried a jar and hated it. I wonder why there's so much variability.
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    If you have a food processor just make your own. Buy some plain shelled/unsalted sunflower seeds and process them up with a bit of liquid fat of your choice (i used my good olive oil), a little bit of sweetener (stevia, agave, honey), sea salt to taste, and if you like it sweet a bit of vanilla extract. Kept mine in the fridge for 6 months and while it needed a good mix every few weeks it was still good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styleten View Post
    I guess 140 isn't that same as i'd think when i picture myself at the weight at 5'10. Just asking. About sun butter. Its sooo boring.
    I buy a different brand but i just never learns what i could put that on
    Years ago I read about a rule used by nurses for scaling weight by height. It's a ballpark, of course. Individuals vary. Five pounds per inch. So his 140 would be more like 160 on you.

    The formula set a base of 100 lbs at 5 feet tall for women and 110 for men. So according to that, jayson's right where he should be. There are plenty of healthy outliers of course, but the formula works pretty well for people with medium builds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaisyEater View Post
    So according to that, jayson's right where he should be.
    YOU SPELLED MY NAME CORRECTLY, YOU SPELLED MY NAME CORRECTLY!!! haha thanks! i love my current weight! i am having so much fun with 60lbs GONE!!!

    i also go by BMI and mine is piofect!
    Normal weight = 18.5 - 24.9
    Last edited by jaysond; 06-01-2011 at 01:06 PM.

    i went primal in feb 2010
    200lbs
    37% body fat
    38-40 waist

    1 year to the day
    140lbs
    7.8% body fat
    29 waist

    currently
    137lbs
    7% body fat
    29 waist

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    Sunbutter. Yum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarBaby View Post
    I had one jar that was wonderful, then two different brands that followed were awful, but used them in baking (all sugar free, roasted sunflower seeds). I kicked myself for not writing down the name of the first brand. A couple friends said they tried a jar and hated it. I wonder why there's so much variability.
    do a google search for sunbutter and then look at the images page to see if you can find the one you liked!!! i have a bag of tricks, thats one! ;o)

    i went primal in feb 2010
    200lbs
    37% body fat
    38-40 waist

    1 year to the day
    140lbs
    7.8% body fat
    29 waist

    currently
    137lbs
    7% body fat
    29 waist

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