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    Gottalovealab where are you in OH???

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    I'm in Columbus.


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    well im in dyt and hannahc is in cincy!

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    Now we just need a Cleveland to chime in.


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    Your location: Denmark

    Age (If you want): 17

    How Primal are you: Beginner!

    Do you consume dairy: Once in a while, used to have both milk and yogurt every day but ive recently quit milk and might quit yogurt hate cheese.

    Do you drink coffee or tea: Green tea 3 times a day

    Motivator for switching to Primal: Hmm, hoping to get rid of my remaining acne, would be nice to gain some more muscle

    Favorite exercise: Dunno, love a lot of exercises, but been getting into a habit of not doing much :s... Train martial arts and rosstraining in a gym of sorts, but its around 6km away which can be a pain to get to on ma bike, especially atm since we're knee-deep in snow where I live.

    Favorite Primal food: Don't have a favorite, but I LOOVE fruit and meat! Started making salads aswell and really enjoying them! Afraid I'm eating too much fruit and too little veggies though, and I'm having trouble getting enough meat to fill my needs (lunch/breakfast).

    Best part about being Primal: Haven't been long enough to say hopefully results!

    Worst part about being Primal: Planning in meals, the grain culture is so deeply embedded everywhere that going without it seems very daunting, and since I live at home and aren't cooking my own meals I'm often served pasta or rice :S...


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    HI!!! I am new here, I just got this website from a GREAT friend of mine, so I am going to see how this all works for me... but I will go ahead and introduce myself.


    Name:Amanda

    Your location: South Dakota, USA

    Age (If you want): 22

    How Primal are you: well I am already fairly primal because I went on a cleanse when I left my husband and cut a lot out of my diet... but I am thinking not so much because I eat more bread/grains than I should.

    Do you consume dairy: some... skim milk when I crave it and cheese sometimes.

    Do you drink coffee or tea: I drink both

    Motivator for switching to Primal: health... i am not sure if it is the best thing for me, that is why I am here to learn more and explore. I kind of feel overwhelmed, but from the results my friend has had-totally worth it.

    Favorite exercise: I go to curves.

    Favorite Primal food: I think mine is probably onions I love onions.

    Best part about being Primal: I am guessing it is the health? the energy? not needing to count crap?

    Worst part about being Primal: Seems scary when it comes to high cholesterol and things like that... we will see..


    Where do I go from here?


    Amanda

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    Your location: Brisbane/Queensland/Australia


    Age (If you want): 25


    How Primal are you: All the way at current, only started full primal about 4 days ago, cut out sugar and all that is bad.


    Do you consume dairy: I'm allergic to cows milk, though i do tend to have some goats milk every now and then.


    Do you drink coffee or tea: I drink a organic caffiene green tea, cause i like the taste.


    Motivator for switching to Primal: I have been having trouble sleeping, and i want to loose some body fat.


    Favorite exercise: I love to do my 5x5 regime (weights).


    Favorite Primal food: Steak but i eat mostly chicken and salmon.


    Best part about being Primal: I have not had much benifits yet, though I am sure it will follow as i keep going.


    Worst part about being Primal: I love gummybears haha.


    I've noticed since i have dropped the sugars and grains full i get a craving for it, this tells you how addictive the stuff is, I even had a dream about eatting gummybears and snakes lollies. :S.


    I am happy to apart of such a collective of intelligent and supportive community, hope to learn alot and to share alot


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    Your location: near Albany, NY


    Age (If you want): 54


    How Primal are you: don't know yet, am evolving...devolving? *grin*


    Do you consume dairy: I get milk, cream, and half and half from a local dairy. It's lightly pasteurized and non-homogenized. I use the cream for whipped or soured cream that I make and the half-and-half for my coffee.


    Do you drink coffee or tea: coffee in the morning, herbal and other teas in the afternoon.


    Motivator for switching to Primal: HEALTH and weight loss! I am overweight, arthritic, overstressed, tired all the time, lousy metabolic markers, high levels of inflammation, have had two surgeries on my spine and fusions from C3 to C7. I'm a modern mess.


    Favorite exercise: Walking/hiking.


    Favorite Primal food: roast lamb with lots of garlic.


    Best part about being Primal: don't know yet...hopefully, good health, vitality, well-being.


    Worst part about being Primal: So far, day 3, I would say the worst part is feeling hungry and a tad woozy. Though I do welcome this hungry sensation as it feels healthy and natural.


    Well, it's good to be here. I'm pretty desperate to feel better. My back, knees and feet hurt from carrying excess weight; my C-reative protein (inflammation marker) is way high, as are my triglycerides and LDL; I'm overstressed (two special needs teens, a diabetic, hypertensive husband I worry about, my own health), overfed, underexercised.


    I can't change my circumstances---it IS stressful to have kids with serious illnesses and problems transitioning to adulthood---but I CAN change my diet, my exercise habits, and my approach to life. Which is why I am here.


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    Your location: Berkley, MI (metro Detroit)

    Age (If you want): 26

    How Primal are you: just over 3 weeks in, still getting my head wrapped around it, but my first 2 weeks I used fitday.com and it said I was doing pretty well nutrition-wise.

    Do you consume dairy: Only in hard, aged cheese or the occasional yogurt.

    Do you drink coffee or tea: I love good coffee and tea. Not for the energy but the flavor.

    Motivator for switching to Primal: IBS-like symptoms that I'm self-diagnosing now as Celiac since they are gone entirely. I lost 120 lbs on my own before going primal, and had hit a plateau. Looking to lose the last of the fat and firm up with a primal lifestyle.

    Favorite exercise: Hiking

    Favorite Primal food: Eggs, anyway you cook them (couldn't eat them with my explosive gut pre-PB.)

    Best part about being Primal: Eggs, energy, results

    Worst part about being Primal: Trying to explain PB in brief to a skeptic. Oh, and my legumes.


    Glad to be here, thanks for all the insights so far, folks...


    Trau


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    Your location: New Braunfels, TX.


    Age (If you want): 24


    How Primal are you: As far as cutting out sugar/grains very primal. As far as eating a large array of vegetables, my taste buds and I are working on it.


    Do you consume dairy: At this point yes, some cream in my coffee and cheese here and there. Oh, and butter..FOR SUUUUURE.


    Do you drink coffee or tea: Tried to cut out coffee at the beginning and my head hurt for days and days...put up quite a fight. I gave in out of fear of missing work. One day I will have to revisit this detox.


    Motivator for switching to Primal: Me and the husband wanted to start eating cleaner and to cut out processed crap. I have done low carb before and knew it was my only way to fully give up sugar. Then we found out about primal from a friend and we went for it. I would LOVE to lose weight. 10 lbs so far!


    Favorite exercise: Just starting to think about exercise. New to primal. We just bought new bikes and I have mine set up on an inside trainer.


    Favorite Primal food: Bacon, Blueberries, snow crab legs, beef jerky


    Best part about being Primal: NOT BEING A SLAVE TO FOOD AND CRAVINGS AND LOW BLOOD SUGAR! Also, losing weight is such a relief.


    Worst part about being Primal: trying to get enough vegetables. Grew up on McDonalds and other fast food, so I have to really adjust my taste buds. Right now, salads to me are ICK!


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