I do not miss the hunger shakes. It was a pain cleaning the blender every day anyway. ::rimshot::
Originally Posted by Pheebie
We went waaaaay off the path in France and...I won't lie, we honestly felt fine. The only intestinal discomfort we experienced was AFTER the trip was over, and I chalk that up to the plane food on the way back.
But I suspect part of why I didn't feel like crap in France was that, on top of a few slices of bread and morning croissants with jam, I also ate a ton of fat, protein, and offal (pate, foie gras, gizzards, buttery butter, blood sausage, cheese, you name it). And when we got back, we went back to how we normally eat. Which is to say: steak.
Ummm...not that you should go off the wagon within two weeks of starting the PB. We were eating like this for seven months before the France trip. And I did gain weight in France, despite epic amounts of walking. But I'm almost back to where I was pre-France, so no worries.
Now, I need to go finish my primal moussaka and finish out my day at work. You'll never guess what's for dinner! Hint: starts with "st" ends with "eak". ^_^
I've been primal since april 7th, 2010...so few months short of 2 years.
This date is my new birthday, because this is when I literally 'woke up' and smelled the flowers. All those years before primal wasn't living. I was a consumer, a constant buyer of worthless things that was triggered by boredom, or to look for happiness. I've always felt there is something missing in my life and had no clue what it was. Now, I'm a minimalist...not only that, I literally don't buy anything other than nutritious food that feeds my body well and makes me feel good.
I am the complete opposite today than I was then.
this is uplifting, thank you
Originally Posted by Issabeau
Without knowing it I have been working towards paleo for the last few years. Found the forum, read the blueprint and jumped right in...been a great 5 weeks.
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