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  1. #3171
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
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    The Questions:

    Your location: Central East Florida

    Age (If you want): 42

    How Primal are you: I am ALL about it, I am just starting

    Do you consume dairy: CHEESE LOOOOOOOVE me some cheese

    Do you drink coffee or tea: Yes, BOTH

    Motivator for switching to Primal: To feel better, Gain energy and of course loose excess weight (about 60lbs) BUT honestly I just want to start feeling GOOD--- Tired of being TIRED.

    Favorite exercise: Walking, running behind my hunting dogs, paddling my Kayak.

    Favorite Primal food: Wild Boar, wild gator and anything I can hunt and or fish for myself.

    Best part about being Primal: MEATS

    Worst part about being Primal: I cannot see any yet, BUT we will see I am JUST GETTING STARTED, I think finding the right supplies will be a struggle at first as with anything new---I AM UP TO THE CHALLENGE.

  2. #3172
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    The Questions:

    Your location: Chicagoland

    Age (If you want): 50

    How Primal are you: 90%

    Do you consume dairy: very little, add a little milk for scrambled eggs, and I like goat cheese

    Do you drink coffee or tea: I love tea! Coffee, once in a while

    Motivator for switching to Primal: It looked like a lifestyle that made sense and easy to follow (I love meat)

    Favorite exercise: boxing, just the workout, too old for the ring

    Favorite Primal food: pork anything

    Best part about being Primal: food that has flavor to it, happy to be able to eat butter again and I don't miss grains at all

    Worst part about being Primal: trying to explain it to the CW'ers
    Don' be afraid.
    No hurry, no worry.
    Started 2/15/12, 5'07 / 168

  3. #3173
    Join Date
    Jan 2012

    New and a bit lazy

    Hi - I'm a new member from the UK and in answer to The Questions:

    Age: 55
    How Primal am I?: Trying to be - pretty much
    Do I consume Dairy: A little but am trying to cut it out
    Do I drink tea / coffee: Both
    Motivator for switching to primal: I came across the MDA while nvestigating anti-inflammatory diets and it made a lot of sense to me. Also I would like to lose weight (Have lost 16lbs since going primal)
    Favourite exercise: Swimming
    Favourite primal food: I like meat - much to the horror of my veggie friends
    Best part about being primal: Feeling I'm eating clean, real food
    Worst part about being primal: Sugar cravings.

    I was doing really well up until Christmas but got quite badly derailled during the festive season - and I can't use the excuse of being inebriated because I don't drink alcohol. I've struggled to get back to my primal eating since but this week I'm making a real effort. I lost 21lbs but put around 5lbs back on again. I'm not really exercising either so need a bit of motivational support in that area!

    I look forward to meeting some of you - all of you

    Best wishes


  4. #3174
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    Jan 2012
    Hi everyone! I've been lurking for a month or so, and decided today was the day to introduce myself.

    Your location: Indiana

    Age (If you want): 39

    How Primal are you: 80%

    Do you consume dairy: yes, more than I should.

    Do you drink coffee or tea: no

    Motivator for switching to Primal: I want to be a hottie. At this point, better health is just a bonus.

    Favorite exercise: I like lifting weights... I need to get back to that.

    Favorite Primal food: beef tenderloin with a pat of butter on top!

    Best part about being Primal: Eating real food, but not being constantly hungry and thinking about my next meal

    Worst part about being Primal: a severe lack of cookies

  5. #3175
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    Feb 2012

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  6. #3176
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    Feb 2012
    Your location: New Zealand

    Age (If you want): 34

    How Primal are you:
    Just started so we shall see how this develops

    Do you consume dairy:

    Do you drink coffee or tea:
    Coffee I can't say no in the mornings.

    Motivator for switching to Primal:
    I want to feel healthier and more vital.

    Favourite exercise:
    Double Kettlebell Snatch

    Favourite Primal food:
    Rib Eye medium rare steak.

    Best part about being Primal:
    Keeping it real

    Worst part about being Primal:
    Limiting the alcohol.

  7. #3177
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    Feb 2011
    Your location: Washington (Yes, state.)

    Age (If you want): 26

    How Primal are you: 100%

    Do you consume dairy: Cheese and butter.

    Do you drink coffee or tea: Yes to both.

    Motivator for switching to Primal: To finally not be tired. To lose the fat I'm carrying around. To look and feel great.

    Favorite exercise: Anything related to abs and running really slowly.

    Favorite Primal food: At this point, bacon.

    Best part about being Primal: When I'm hungry I don't feel like I have to eat right away. I know I'll be okay waiting until I have access to or the chance to eat a good and healthy meal.

    Worst part about being Primal: The disapproval from my vegan parents.. I tried to be vegan. It didn't help and I think made things worse.

  8. #3178
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Your location: Queens, NY
    Age (If you want): 41
    How Primal are you: Hit closer to 80% than 100% mostly, but improving.
    Do you consume dairy: Yes, Heavy Cream, Butter, Ghee. Cheese (occasionally.)
    Do you drink coffee or tea: Both.
    Motivator for switching to Primal:
    Fat loss, energy loss, and I'd rather give up bread than steak.

    Favorite exercise:
    Re-evaluating my old exercise habits, was never big on cardio (unless forced), but did a lot of weight training at one point.
    Right now I'm partial to bodyweight exercise and hiking (time and weather permitting.)

    Favorite Primal food:
    Bacon... no, Steak... Bacon wrapped steak?

    Best part about being Primal:
    Hard to decide, losing nearly 20Lbs in the first month without being hungry, tired or more irritable than my baseline, all in a way that I can incorporate into both my schedule and my lifestyle are pretty much tied.

    Worst part about being Primal:
    Finding out just how much was wrong with everything I've been eating. Not because someone else tells me so, but because my body tells me so when I try it again.

    Since my mid 20's I tried reduced calorie dieting, cyclic ketogenic dieting, Atkins (with both old school and 'convenience' food) and so on, even some of the eat bland chicken breast 6x a day types. I sometimes got results, but ultimately gained back my losses, plus some more for my trouble, as soon as I couldn't maintain the activity levels or dietary restrictions. I used to attribute this to age, etc, but the fact that all the changes were temporary was probably a larger factor. Nothing short of a lifestyle change will give me the permanent results I am looking for, and PB seems to fit the bill.

  9. #3179
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    As with many other people I've been circling the site for awhile.
    Your location:
    Australia, Sydney
    Age (If you want):
    How Primal are you:
    Mostly, occasional grains if it is part of a meal. I figure if someoneís going to cook me something Iím grateful and will eat it.
    Do you consume dairy: yes, butter, yoghurt (A2 type, we are lucky in Oz very easy to get), cheese (fermented, blues)
    Do you drink coffee or tea:
    Tea, black
    Motivator for switching to Primal:
    Grains were a major part of my diet and someone mentioned to me a link between migraines and grains. So sometimes when you have something that goes on and on youíll try just about anything. So I have for 7 weeks now. Plus I need to lose weight or its type 2 diabetes here I come. Currently 102kg and 6ft.
    Favorite exercise: Love a good dawdle around the ocean cliffs of Sydney
    Favorite Primal food:
    T bone steak, parsons nose of a chicken (chook), pork belly
    Best part about being Primal:
    Only one migraine in 7 weeks, true joy.
    Worst part about being Primal:
    Canít have chicken peri-peri pizza

  10. #3180
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    Feb 2012
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    Your location: Colorado

    Age (If you want): 46

    How Primal are you: Beginning

    Do you consume dairy: Yes, Kefir, yoghurt (plain full cream) cheese, small amounts of milk (raw)

    Do you drink coffee or tea: Black tea, herbal tea

    Motivator for switching to Primal: Very overweight, don't feel well, tired all the time, want to be able to play again, got young kids that need an active mommy and a healthy one that is still around when they are grown, want to be able to ride horses again etc

    Favorite exercise: don't really have one at the moment. I was getting into Kettlebells but my chiropractor asked me to wait until my back is more stable etc... doing a bit of walking, starting a little cycling though the weather does not really permit much at this time of the year.

    Favorite Primal food: Ribeye steaks, biltong ( raw dried meat South African style)

    Best part about being Primal: Don't know yet... today is my first day attempting to go primal...

    Worst part about being Primal: I have to get over my sugar/ chocolate addiction - not sure if I can do it, seem to have tried so many times and always end up back in the same old vicious cycle

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