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    Hi, I want to know your primal meals frequencies when you want to lose weight ? For me it looks like this:

    1-Eat a Mammoth for breakfast
    2-Eat a sabre tooth tiger for diner
    3-Eat a squirrel for supper
    4-After that, water or tea only.

    *All meal are with veggies, and are base on Primal blueprint paleo list.
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    Eat a mammoth for breakfast, eat a sabre tooth tiger for dinner and eat a squirrel for supper !

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    Mine is a little different but similar

    1- eat a mammoth for breakfast
    2- eat a squirrel for lunch
    3- make love with a sabretoothed tiger after dinner
    4- water for rehydration after 3 above.

    ps - my sabretooth tiger is paleo as well.

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    Breakfast - nothing, except maybe tea
    Lunch - nothing
    Dinner - everything! Then a 20 - 23 hour fast. Pound of meat, half-a-pot of coffee with a cup of coconut milk mixed (420 calories) in, maybe mushrooms, usually eggs, maybe a tin of fish, usually at least one avocado, some berries, dark chocolate, sometimes a sweet potato (though not lately), other Primal fare as exists. Sometimes I have an apple or two or an avocado three or four hours after dinner on break at work.

    That's for fat loss, though. Now that I've done that, I'm adding muscle and often eat two meals a day, one like normal and another that's basically just a protein bomb.


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    Typically:
    B: Small portion of meat (100g), couple of eggs, vegetables & espresso
    L: Massive salad (MDA style) with a good portion of meat (i.e. 200g)
    D: Large portion of meat, med/large servings of starch (depending on workout/non workout day) & lots of vegetables

    I use to IF (16/8) for body composition, now going for overall health, energy levels and strength.

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    B: usually a protein shake made with 1/2c heavy cream, around 700-800 cals total
    L: often IF or something small (apple with cheese, meat, leftovers from dinner, etc)
    D: meat & veggies, usually moderate sized meal. 4-6 oz meat, the other half of plate is veggies

    If I'm still hungry at the end of the day and have calories left that need filling, I'll have a crio bru or tea with heavy cream

    If I'm hungry, I eat. If I'm not, I don't. I just track my cals & carbs and try to fit everything in together
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    No typical day, I'm afraid. I eat when hungry and usually ask myself "are you SO hungry you're willing to hunt or scavenge meat?" before having meat in large amounts. I'm ALWAYS hungry enough to forage veg, so I just eat that when I like and try and keep it seasonal.

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    I eat alot. I stick to primal and eating right for my blood type.

    I eat about 6 times a day. Never feel full really but always satisfied. Metabolism is constantly stoked.

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    Wackadoodle schedule here.

    When I'm "bad" (in all ways - exercise, grains, sugars, etc.) I'm trolling for a tiger 3 or more times a day.

    When I'm "good" I tend towards one tiger for either breakfast or dinner and sometimes a few sardines for lunch.

    No mammoths ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richardmac View Post
    I eat alot. I stick to primal and eating right for my blood type.

    I eat about 6 times a day. Never feel full really but always satisfied. Metabolism is constantly stoked.

    Richard
    It takes at least 24 to 36 hours for the food you eat to affect metabolism.
    Stoking your metabolism by eating small, frequent meals is more CW hogwash, brought to you by the same bunch who preach about "heart healthy" whole grains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by counterpuncher View Post
    It takes at least 24 to 36 hours for the food you eat to affect metabolism.
    Stoking your metabolism by eating small, frequent meals is more CW hogwash, brought to you by the same bunch who preach about "heart healthy" whole grains.
    Amen brother. Stop worrying about how much you eat. Just eat the right types of food and it'll all work out. Eat more food = have more useable energy. Eat wrong food = have to work out like a SOB to not shunt to storage AND = less useable energy.

    For those who say it's all a matter of thermodynamics - bunk. I'm also an aerospace engineer and the simple thermodynamic equation everyone quotes doesn't take into account a system with variable energy storage and fluid retention.

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