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    Anyone experienced nausea from the primal diet?

    Hi all. I've been moving towards following the Primal diet for about a month and love it so far. Lost 8 pounds. My problem is that I'm nauseous! Most of the time since I started this diet, I feel a little sick. I've been so excited about the weight loss and beating my seriously disruptive carb and sugar addiction that I tried to convince myself that the nausea wasn't related to the diet, but I think it probably is.

    I've put a call in to my nutritionist, but has anybody else experienced this? Honestly, I feel pregnant. Which I am NOT - zero chance.

    One thing I know I need to cut back on is dairy - I'm definitely eating more of it than Mark recommends. But I've always eaten a lot of dairy and never had a reaction before, so I am not thinking it's lactose intolerance. It could be the increase in fatty meats, so I thought I'd try switching to less saturated fat and more lean meats plus olive oil.

    But, hey, I'm not a nutritionist so I'm sort of floundering in the dark. I'm hoping I'll get results through trial and error, but has anybody else experienced this or have any ideas?

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    Huh...I think it's kinda constant.

    Last three meals:

    Lunch: two pork sausages. 1.5 oz macadamia nuts.

    Breakfast:
    3 oz swiss cheese. 1.5 cups broccoli. 1 tablespoon butter. 2 nectarines. 1 latte (1 cup whole milk and one shot of espresso).

    Dinner last night: 1.5 cups of mixed greens and 2 tblspoons unknown ranch-ish dressing from restaurant. 2 oz cottage cheese. 100 calories worth of dark chocolate.

    Lunch yesterday: 4 oz salami.

    breakfast yesterday: 4 eggs, 1 latte (whole milk and espresso), 1 tblspoon olive oil, 3 oz raspberries, 2 apricots.

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    Yes, primal gives me a sickening feeling in the very fabric of my being every time I read this forum or see a picture of mark.

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    yes, broccoli is cooked. Foods that I am eating regularly that I avoided before or ate only sparingly: sausages, macadamia nuts, butter, cottage cheese, salami.

    It's been a huge uptick in fat content.

    Before Primal, I had a sugar and carb addiction. Cheese on bread plus sugar for breakfast, plus sugar in my latte. Small veggie burrito and fruit for lunch plus occasionally another veggie, but frequently a large amount of sweets. Pizza, quesadillas, or sushi for dinner plus hopefully a vegetable and usually another sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torey View Post
    yes, broccoli is cooked. Foods that I am eating regularly that I avoided before or ate only sparingly: sausages, macadamia nuts, butter, cottage cheese, salami.

    It's been a huge uptick in fat content.

    Before Primal, I had a sugar and carb addiction. Cheese on bread plus sugar for breakfast, plus sugar in my latte. Small veggie burrito and fruit for lunch plus occasionally another veggie, but frequently a large amount of sweets. Pizza, quesadillas, or sushi for dinner plus hopefully a vegetable and usually another sweet.
    I would start with the sausages...is it fresh natural sausage? or store bought and full of nitrates and preservatives?

    Try fresh meats or even canned tuna...

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobthePhotoGuy View Post
    I would start with the sausages...is it fresh natural sausage? or store bought and full of nitrates and preservatives?
    Or, for that matter, sausage that is store-bought and minimally processed with no nitrates/nitrites?

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