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    I gotta think of something to do with the tuna. Not seared. I guess not curry. Maybe just lime juice, soy sauce (I'm a heretic too), garlic and ginger. I'm not even sure it's ahi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judg View Post
    Fiercehunter, cold thermogenesis? What is that? And are you seriously trying to tell us you're perimenopausal? I figured you were in your twenties from your picture.
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    Doomed. Oh brother. This is the stuff my mother spouts to claim that surgery is the only effective answer.

    I think lifestyle eating is the answer to all of this. Concentrating more on the maintenance than the loss. Learning how to have a lot of fun eating well before you even try to start losing. It has certainly worked well for me. She is proud of me, but says I am exception. Well, maybe I am, but I think almost anybody can choose to be that exception. It's not a fast method, but it works. I spend much more time in maintenance mode than active weight loss mode. I think that's what has been helping me more than anything. For a few days, or a couple of weeks - maximum three - I cut my intake. Then I go back to maintenance, being very, very careful the first little while because that's when the weight tries to come back on. Then I let my body accept the fact there is a new status quo. Lather, rinse, repeat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    I gotta think of something to do with the tuna. Not seared. I guess not curry. Maybe just lime juice, soy sauce (I'm a heretic too), garlic and ginger. I'm not even sure it's ahi.
    Tandori is a good way to cook fish. We did a salmon tandori once and it was fabulous! But you'll need to do it over a cole burning bbq to get that smokey-ness. I often order shrimp tandori when we eat in a good Indian place.

    Whats "heretic" ????

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    I'm more and more convinced that I have thyroid and/or adrenal issues. Been reading a lot and really paying attention to my energy levels, sleep patterns and such. I bought CoQ10 and Quercetin, plus I'm taking Kelp. I wonder how long before I should see a boost in my energy.

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    Tuna with lime, soy sauce, garlic and ginger sounds delicious.

    I find that tuna suits oriental dishes much better than curries, and that trout, salmon and prawns work really well in both Indian dishes and oriental dishes.
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    I still can't believe how effective cold thermogenesis is, my sleep is radically improved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jo View Post
    I have been mulling this over, again, and one thing that resurfaced in my mind is that 2/3 of dieters regained the weight. Which means 1/3 didn't. They should be researching what that 1/3 has in common and how much of it is fully under their control. Now THAT would be useful. And if 1/3 do not regain, then "doomed" is hardly the word I would choose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiercehunter View Post
    I still can't believe how effective cold thermogenesis is, my sleep is radically improved.
    Trying again: what is cold thermogenesis?
    5'2", 55 years, Primal since April. Pre-Primal weight loss, from 216.6 to 157.8
    Primal low: 140.2 (Dec. 3) Goal weight: 135?
    Main Primal goal: beating back my CFS enough to function more normally and start writing again

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