I've been reading the blog for several months but just now started exploring the forums, so here's the mandatory into:
Your location: Atlanta, GA, soon to be LA
Age (If you want): 23
How Primal are you: I guess 99%, my only exception is 90 or 100% chocolate. It turned out the foods I liked as a child growing up in Ukraine were all primal. Even though bread and potatoes are staples there, I was always the odd one out eschewing them. I also refused to eat ice cream and most sweets until I was 5, demanded my fruits and veggies to be raw and double the meat. So after coming off all my food addictions acquired relatively recently in the US it doesn't feel like "cheating" anymore.
Do you consume dairy: no, I never liked it anyway
Do you drink coffee or tea: tea every day (I seriously have about 2 dozen different teas in my kitchen right now!), coffee several times/month
Motivator for switching to Primal: Health, looking good and delicious foods. I moved to the US when I was 16 and gained a massive amount of weight between then and finishing college. I am naturally healthy, but started having high blood pressure from the combined force of prescription adderall and my highest weight of 215lbs (I'm 5'8"). Like most people who want to eat healthier, I tried going the vegan route but felt sicker from the start and started looking for alternatives... Lost 20lbs in 6 months with calorie restriction. Then tried Atkins and accidentally stumbled upon paleo when searching for low carb recipes. 2 months in and close to another 20 lbs down I feel awesome!
Favorite exercise: lifting weights and climbing trees
Favorite Primal food: any land animal flesh! I wonder what marsupials taste like...
Best part about being Primal: not having to do cardio, feeling full on yummy food and still losing weight; loving my body instead of trying to fight it
Worst part about being Primal: lack of good food when dining out, having to take the time to cook every meal