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  1. #1
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    New UK User woo

    Hello MDA people

    New UK user, 26 years old, sports obsessive yet never-that-fit, Primal for 2+ months now and amazed at the results, as most people are. It's so good it's actually got me cooking meals which is a miracle in itself.

    Strangest thing discovered so far: Primal was really, really expensive when I first started... yet, now I buy my produce locally, my meat locally, and somehow am spending less than my old "normal eating" shops at the supermarkets, for better food. Hmm

    Anyhow, just saying hello to the forums!

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    Welcome!!!

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    Welcome aboard, pal!

    I found exactly the same about shopping ...

    Carry on. See you around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mabby View Post
    now I buy my produce locally, my meat locally, and somehow am spending less than my old "normal eating" shops at the supermarkets, for better food. Hmm
    I don't get why this should be so, but it is. Well done and Welcome.

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    Welcome mabby!
    I am not a bodybuilding/fat loss/strength training "guru" BUT I achieved a lean state with ease after learning the correct way to train and eat and I want to HELP YOU achieve the same.

    Getting fit is also about managing your mindset:
    http://getfitmindset.com

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    Hi Mabby! Glad you're enjoying primal eating. Loving the "woo" in your thread title 😄

  7. #7
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    Hello, welcome, good to see more people from the UK on here! It's true - when you become a shopper for only fresh food you spend less, I think it's because although processed foods appear cheap, you constantly have to buy them as they don't satisfy hunger in the same way so the net result is a higher spend - thats my take on it anyway.

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    Is there a thread for UK primal members? Would be good to have one. (though don't want to start one an end up talking to myself &#128516

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