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    Primal Journal and Pictures

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    Everything changes, but nothing is truly lost. - Neil Gaiman




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    Fantastic! Well done :-)

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    Is there a reason you keep your protein low?

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    Welcome. It looks like you are off to a good start. Don't worry about the little ups and downs in weight. These come and go.

    I love mascarpone but I never thought of combining it with banana before.

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    Great pictures.

    My advice on IFing is to let it come to you naturally and not force it. Before you know it you will be skipping meals not because you are holding yourself back but because you look at your watch and say, "Wow, I totally forgot to eat lunch. No biggie."

    Any plan that has you watching the clock and saying, "Can I eat yet?" is crazy making. The stress is not worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarfreeLife View Post
    I'm not that kind of person who is able to naturally skip a meal. I love eating and food too much But if I tell myself, that this or that day I will have only dinner and that's it, I'm fine with it, no stress. I'll try and will see
    Not yet, but you may find it happening. Ketosis has a funny way of changing you. As long as you aren't doing the white knuckled stressing out, that's good.

    I tried doing the warrior diet thing before going primal and it was a total bust. I ate enough for the whole day in one meal and then some. Now I only eat one main evening meal (with maybe some coconut milk in my tea or a glass of kefir in the morning) and it just comes naturally.

    Leaves you lots more free time too.

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    I'm sorry you were feeling yucky and hope it's all better now.

    You mentioned stress and anxiety. I can't tell you how many times I have seen otherwise "perfectly" Primal peeps de-railed by those together with lack of sleep.

    All of the "other" Primal laws, the ones not about food and exercise tend to get forgotten but they are just as important. It's a package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarfreeLife View Post
    Dear body, whole week of up-and-downs, with the same result as at start. So, I would like to see large whooosh - soon. Me.
    Dear Sugar Free Life, hang in there. You probably have some healing to do before your body will feel confident enough to give up the extra.
    Robin

    p.s. those kitties are just too cute and that frittata looks good enough to make me lick my computer.

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    Hopefully a whoosh is coming!

    Love the pictures in your journal

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    Those sausages looked so good!

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