01-15-2012, 07:35 AM
This site is geared for the pure chicken and beef lover out there. WE look at exploring the light and heavy recipes of chicken and beef and create a few our selves. Join us !
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01-15-2012, 01:31 PM
Your location: Ansbach, Germany
Age (If you want): 43
How Primal are you: 100%
Do you consume dairy: No
Do you drink coffee or tea: No
Motivator for switching to Primal: I need to lean out for life.
Favorite exercise: Pull-Ups and most CrossFit workouts that are scaled.
Favorite Primal food: Meat
Best part about being Primal: I just feel better after a meal.
Worst part about being Primal: I think extended motorcycle tours in the desert may pose a problem. I'll know more on that next month after a run into Tunisia
01-15-2012, 03:28 PM
Your location: Geneva
Age (If you want): 20
How Primal are you: I am getting as primal as I can, taking my time
Do you consume dairy: I occasionally consume cheese
Do you drink coffee or tea: I drink both white and green tea !
Motivator for switching to Primal: It is about being healthier and thus happier
Favorite exercise: It must be the sprint.
Favorite Primal food: I find avocado damn tasty for whatever reason. Get along with others primal food.
Best part about being Primal: Being lean, healthy and vibrant.
Worst part about being Primal: Loosing the multi-apple a day habit !
01-15-2012, 04:41 PM
How primal?- trying to be 80/20
Do you consume dairy?- yes but not much- creamer if i have coffee and cheese- it's my weekness
Do you drink coffee or tea?-yes and yes, but less coffee now that I have my new found energy. And I do love my herbal teas
Motivator to switching to primal- my sister got lymes disease and started to cut out carbs, starches, and sugar then stumbled apon mda. She urged me to read it and when I did it all clicked. I've been an anti low fat, diet kind of person forever and this all just made so much sense!! Eat real food!
Favorite excersize- hiking
Favorite primal food- bacon!
Best part about being primal- eating real food and not feeling bad about it!
Worst part about being primal- I havnt figured that out yet! I do love me some bagels though
01-15-2012, 08:24 PM
Greetings Fellow Primals,
Your location: Louisiana
Age (If you want): 31
How Primal are you:
My wife and I are pretty primal. I discovered this diet not long ago but fell in love with it immediately. We have 3 small children and are slowly converting them. We raise our own organic chicken and eggs, and are currently working on beef and pork!
Do you consume dairy: butter only (right now). May indulge in some cheese later
Do you drink coffee or tea: Decaff coffee and tea (unsweetened)
Motivator for switching to Primal:
tried too many diets that didn't work. Hard to argue with the truth.
Weightlifting, running, biking, anything outdoors!
Favorite Primal food: Meat
Best part about being Primal: Not in bondage to the "low fat" tyranny any longer
Worst part about being Primal: Difficult when fellowshipping with friends and family
01-15-2012, 10:26 PM
Hi! Just signed in today. Won't be able to get the book until the beginning of next month, but there's no doubt in this carnivore's mind that this is the right course for me. Thought I would get the intro out of the way
Location: western North Carolina, U.S.
How Primal: too early too tell :-)
Dairy: just cheese, once the holiday eggnog is gone (I know, but once a year
Coffee/Tea: Have had occasional coffee-with-sweet-creamers binges. This will give me a good reason not to do that! Will probably be drinking more herb teas
Motivator: weight loss, and all around health (especially energy)
Favourite exercise: ugh. Actually, walks with my dog are fun.
Favourite Primal food: Meat!! Without the fat removed!!
Best part of being Primal: I get to eat food I love... and can share with my dog (the real Honey Bear). Also no carb highs and crashes.
Worst part: Don't know yet...
01-15-2012, 10:42 PM
Want to add that it is nice to find a place where I won't be considered weird for being a person who eats the burger and leaves the bun, eats the toppings off the pizza crust, and who eats the seasoned meat out of the pan before it even sees a taco shell. :-)
01-16-2012, 01:08 AM
Your location: Southern California
Age (If you want): 28
How Primal are you: 90%
Do you consume dairy: Yes
Do you drink coffee or tea: Tea
Motivator for switching to Primal: I figured it was worth a shot since seeing coworker's results.
Favorite exercise: Hiking
Favorite Primal food: Lamb, sauteed kale
Best part about being Primal: Delicious Food, NO CALORIE COUNTING! The weight loss.
Worst part about being Primal: Having to explain it to others (skeptics).
01-16-2012, 07:14 AM
Good Morning, Everyone!
I am new to this site and really enjoying the amount of information and activity that is available. In doing my research on this site, I have found a way of eating that would be considered very healthy and produce much needed weight loss. I have found the dynamics and formula that would foster objectives.
The Questions: In my research, I found several books that subscribe to the "primal/paleo" way of eating, yet like the low carb plans (Atkins, South Beach, etc.) they vary from one another. I'd like to do a comparison of the different variances. Could you tell me some of the subtle differences in other primal plans? (example: Book by Loren Cordain) Thanks.
Your location: Heart of Ohio
Age (If you want): 47
How Primal are you: A smidgen of primal. Not as primal as I am about to become.
Do you consume dairy: No. Gave that up last summer on the advice of a doctor at The Cleveland Clinic
Do you drink coffee or tea: No. Gave that up last summer on the advice of a doctor at The Cleveland Clinic. I know drink only DANDYBLEND. Which is a Dandelion root blend of herbs. Great for the body
Motivator for switching to Primal: Reversing some health issues and becoming totally fit by 50. Weight loss is part of the equation.
Favorite exercise: Swimming and dancing
Favorite Primal food: Eggs and Steak
Best part about being Primal: It's not a diet and you can actually eat
Worst part about being Primal: The absence of FRIED FOOD...my vice!
I am looking forward to learning and living this lifestyle for optimum health and vitality. My expiration date is 94 years old and I need to encourage every variable to make that a reality!
...and here we goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
01-16-2012, 09:35 AM
Your location: Washington state
Age (If you want): 30
How Primal are you: pretty primal, don't know a percentage
Do you consume dairy: yes, cheese, heavy creme in my coffee, butter
Do you drink coffee or tea: yes, coffee, 2 cups or so a day
Motivator for switching to Primal: Couldn't fit into my fishing waders, but just in general letting myself go.
Favorite exercise: Working out at the gym, doing a 5x5 routine.
Favorite Primal food: Eggs. Lots and lots, of organic brown eggs.
Best part about being Primal: The weight loss. Bought jeans 3 months ago, size 38 waist and lost 2 notches on my belt since.
Worst part about being Primal: Struggle to avoid sandwiches. I love sandwiches.
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