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    Knew about it for ages, finally doing it

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    I would like to thank Mark Sisson for having an email subscription on his website because for 2 years I have been receiving the emails, agreeing with every word, and then ignoring the advice. Finally three weeks ago I started a full primal diet and have never felt better in my life. I hope this is a new beginning. I sure feels like one.

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    Nice one Owen.

    Its good to see a fellow Grok from the the UK too

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    Good for you, i'm sure you'll love it.
    I can't imagine going back!

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    Good stuff.

    I'm a believer that we all finally take action when the time is right.

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    Welcome to the bandwagon!! Now start waving to the crowd.
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    Thanks people. Already been shrinking my jeans in the tumbledrier My cupboards and fridge have become a delight to use - no clutter but just useable stuff (does anyone else have this?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owen View Post
    My cupboards and fridge have become a delight to use - no clutter but just useable stuff (does anyone else have this?)
    Nope. SWMBO has bread flour, pasta and other stuff in the cupboards.
    Why use a sledge hammer to crack a nut when a steam roller is even more effective, and, is fun to drive.

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