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    Howdy from the PNW

    Hi there,

    I'm 41 and F, 2.5 weeks into primal eating. Feel great! Not so impressed with what I see on the scale. 4 pounds in almost 3 weeks? Really? It's a good thing I feel so awesome, or I'd probably flounce, as patient, I am not. I might have to actually give up dairy. :/

    Anyway, marksdailyapple blog has taught me so much, I was excited to find this massive forum. Looking forward to reading and getting to know you!

    Darjeeling (Jen)

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    Greetings, also from PNW.

    I gave up dairy and never looked back. Once in awhile I have some cheese, but life is fine without it - and it doesn't have anything you can't get elsewhere!

    I'm a young guy, but my weight loss was also slooow, about a pound a month on average! But it's permanent, and it's not coming back after over a year. That's the real goal. Sustainable health gain.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Knifegill View Post
    I gave up dairy and never looked back. Once in awhile I have some cheese, but life is fine without it - and it doesn't have anything you can't get elsewhere!

    I'm a young guy, but my weight loss was also slooow, about a pound a month on average! But it's permanent, and it's not coming back after over a year. That's the real goal. Sustainable health gain.
    Both of these things are reassuring, thank you!

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