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    Your location: Perth Australia

    Age (If you want): 36

    How Primal are you: 80%

    Do you consume dairy: Yes

    Do you drink coffee or tea Black tea with milk unsweetened

    Motivator for switching to Primal: Getting healthy, Over weight constant joint pain and inflammation all gone thanks to being primal

    Favorite exercise: Cross training Boxing pushups burpees squats.


    Favorite Primal food: BACON!

    Best part about being Primal: Energy levels are the best they have been in years no more joint pain.

    Worst part about being Primal: I struggle with the no sweets and still slide on this looking at some paleo treats

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    Your location: Dubai, UAE (British expat)

    Age (If you want): 31

    How Primal are you: Only just started - 1 week in. I will probably include a small amount of 85% cocoa dark chocolate

    Do you consume dairy: Not so far

    Do you drink coffee or tea: switched to reduced amount of black coffee

    Motivator for switching to Primal: not wanting to spend the whole of my adult life moaning about my weight!

    Favourite exercise: swimming, jogging, resistance work, netball

    Favourite Primal food: Steak

    Best part about being Primal: Already have more constant energy levels, feeling leaner and just healthier!

    Worst part about being Primal: some (ahem) digestive issues as my body gets used to the change in food intake. Also, having to explain to people that "eating like a caveman" doesn't mean eating raw meat!

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    Greetings, all.

    I've been a signed-up follower of the blog for about 12mnths.


    The Questions:


    Your location: Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, England.

    Age (If you want):42

    How Primal are you: Slowly adjusting to the diet principles. Doubt I'll ever be totally primal.

    Do you consume dairy: Yes. Raw milk, mature/cottage cheeses, natural/plain yoghurt.

    Do you drink coffee or tea:Yes. Coffee, black with Cinnamon. Tea, leaf and nettle (and other 'herbals')

    Motivator for switching to Primal: Never been comfortable with conventional wisdom nor fad diets

    Favorite exercise:Body-weight, developing biomechanical-chain complexes.

    Favorite Primal food: Seafood

    Best part about being Primal:Enjoying quality food, exercise, life...

    Worst part about being Primal: Finding out that something you buy, that appears to be relatively harmless, is full o'shit.

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    Hello my name is Wolff and I'm an alc....just starting my primal diet...

    Your location: Currently I'm in Afghanistan, heading back to NorCal in 3 months

    Age (If you want): 26 at the end of July

    How Primal are you: I am as Primal as I can possibly be with the government deciding what food is available to me : ( Haven't eaten a grain, dairy, sugar (the bad kind) in 2 days and feeling great

    Do you consume dairy: Nope!

    Do you drink coffee or tea: I'm currently drinking coffee...but I was at an Australian party last night until after midnight...I NEED it!

    Motivator for switching to Primal: I'm on a quest to locate my bottom 2 abs...

    Favorite exercise: LAR/BAR/FAR - Rotator cuff injury prevention exercise. AMAZING and gives you a good stretch

    Favorite Primal food: FAT COLORFUL SALADS

    Best part about being Primal: Knowing exactly what I'm going for when i enter the chow hall.

    Worst part about being Primal: Lack of variety (out here)

    Nice meeting you all!

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    Hi I am Daniel

    late 30s fireman, live in Sydney, been following this lifestyle for a while, and read forums for a while, thought I'd join in.

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    Hi Carlos here,


    Your location: Phoenix, AZ

    Age (If you want): 45

    How Primal are you: All primal 90% of the time.

    Do you consume dairy: No Dairy

    Do you drink coffee or tea: A lot less coffee now, started drinking unsweetend iced tea

    Motivator for switching to Primal: Losing weight, started off the with Belly Fat Cure, then started reading meandjorge blog, then read Wheat Belly, and stumbled over here.

    Favorite exercise: Walking, riding bicycle, but I like squatting

    Favorite Primal food: Steak

    Best part about being Primal: Feel better, less tired

    Worst part about being Primal: Temptations and ease of eating out

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    Hi Everyone!

    Your location: Buffalo, NY

    Age (If you want): 48

    How Primal are you: 99%

    Do you consume dairy: Down to 3T of HWC

    Do you drink coffee or tea: yes.....

    Motivator for switching to Primal: Overweight and stalled out on HF/LC!

    Favorite exercise: none

    Favorite Primal food: Steak, salmon, spinach

    Best part about being Primal: Hope

    Worst part about being Primal: letting go of denial and seeing what I really look like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by timconradinc View Post
    In other forums I've been a member of in the past - at least for small communities - there's been a 'introduce yourself' thread with some questions that people can answer. I know that there are people reading this forum that are fully primal, partially primal, and are considering it. I thought that I'd put some questions together to cover these things just to get an idea of who's out there.


    The Questions:


    Your location:
    New Jersey....Brooklyn girl at heart

    Age (If you want): 55 and finally beginning to live.

    How Primal are you:
    I don't know. I recently began eating gluten free. My heath improved tremendously but I know there are more issues that I need to address. I was directed to this site from an online friend who is also eating gluten free.

    Do you consume dairy:
    No

    Do you drink coffee or tea:
    Green Tea..from a Korean market not from the grocery store.

    Motivator for switching to Primal:
    I'm sick of being sick. Have been in pain, emotionally imbalanced, adhd...the list goes on and on for most of my life (age 12 best guess). Things progressed until I was until practically bed ridden every day. Unable to work, or have any sort of life. Cutting out just the gluten has made an enormous difference. But I started to notice when I eat NO grains I feel even better.

    Favorite exercise:
    Walking now that I can.

    Favorite Primal food:
    Can I only pick one? Love asparagus, all leafy greens, berries, nuts, fruits.

    Best part about being Primal:
    I can LIVE for the first time in my life.

    Worst part about being Primal:
    Other people's intolerance.

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    I'm a 58 year old woman in Washington state.
    I'm mostly primal, but for some dark chocolate, since I don't like it well enough to go crazy with it. For fruit, I mostly just have berries and an occasional orange. For some reason lately, I've been craving Pringles of all things!! I hope it's just a short-lived phase. They can't possibly be good for me.
    I had to stop eating dairy when i found out I'm allergic to cow's milk. But now I have to find something for my coffee. Coconut milk sucks (for coffee purposes). I mostly drink decaf coffee, herbal tea and water... once in a while a Zero vitamin water.
    My motivation for going primal: just tired of feeling like crap and being in pain all the time. I've been a hard-core sugar adict for my whole life, was told I have fibromyalgia, and super overweight.
    Favorite exercise: I've been doing SuperSlow weight training, which is the only exercise I've ever stuck with and felt good about. I love being really strong, but desperately want to drop the weight.
    Favorite Primal food: Costo sells a great organic ground beef. I mix it with taco seasoning, black olives and a boatload of fresh spinach. It boils all down to a great dish.
    Best part about being Primal: Feeling a little better, walking better, my blood sugar has dropped from diabetes range to 94! Weight loss is extremely slow, but I also found out my hormones are all screwed up and other stuff I'm trying to fix with the help of a naturopath.
    Worst part about being Primal: The "look" people give me when I try to explain it. I also miss ice cream, but I can't be trusted to have "just a little." I also worry about getting bored with not enough variety.
    I'm happy to have found this site.

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    Hi everyone

    I'm from Western Australia and I'm almost 4 weeks into Primal lifestyle

    I've been a naturopath for almost 12 years, although haven't 'professionally' practiced for close to 5 years, I got disheartened by the supplementing nature of the industry and was the only real way to make money, so I changed course and am now post-grad after finishing a degree in politics in 2011. I'm studying humanitarian intervention in foreign countries - a long way from my naturopathic past but Primal/Paleo has reminded me of my original passion! (and maybe 'humanitarian intervention' has something related to 'dietary interventions' after all! haha) But my background in naturopathy has def helped a lot in understanding the rationale as well as the explanations of physiological processes.

    I'm still psyching myself up for organ meats!! But I'd say I'm pretty close, maybe 90% primal- no refined sugar and 100% grain free, largely organic/grass fed meats, free range eggs, loads of yummy fats. Yes to a little dairy, mainly organic cheese and only small amounts. And relatively unprocessed foods - olive oil, coconut oil, tinned tomatoes are the processed foods I can think of that I consume regularly. No to coffee and only detox teas, various brands and white tea, loads of rainwater from my parents rain water tank (a blessing!) and quite a bit of San Pell mineral water.

    Looong history of reactive hypoglycaemia - i just got fed up with it controlling my life in so many ways. Stumbled across paleo/primal, although I have heard it mentioned many times over the years - it was just time!

    Fave food? two at the moment, bolognese sauce (mince, little carrot, onion, garlic, fresh herbs, tomatoes) over half a steamed head of broccoli. Other fave: salad with various lettuces, asparagus, fine chopped red cabbage, diced avocado with a dressing of roquefort cheese in olive oil. - I've only just discovered this and have had it three times in the last three days!

    Worst part of primal: feeling so dedicated and into it and harassing my parents to change, to no avail (yet). I must be the most annoying daughter on earth. I will keep trying, haha. I feel like a religious missionary sometimes and it must annoy my friends but they smile and nod.

    Best: feeling like i've found the key to the rest of my life as a healthy individual with my blood sugar (and various offshoots from that) under control - I thought it could never happen.

    Fave exercise: just being active again and not being a slave to my blood sugar - treadmill, intervals, fitball, dancing around the lounge room.

    Happy : )

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