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    Quote Originally Posted by jfreaksho View Post
    Looking at your picture and your numbers, you'd do better to set a bodyfat percentage goal instead of a strict weight goal. The scale lies, and 155 pounds at 5'8" can be a very healthy weight for an active woman.
    I just know there is a fair amount of fluff on top of muscle that wasn't there before having a baby. I'd like to just melt that away and maintain the tone I have. Maybe I should invest in a scale that tells me my body fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allenete View Post
    You look amazing by the way ...
    Thanks but there is plenty of work to do!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeHoodrat View Post
    The first few weeks are the hardest to cut out the bread and ice cream trust me I know. I had to cheat twice and the last time I did not feel good the next day and I have not touched bread or anything with sugar since.

    My rule is if I am cooking you eat what I cook and if you don't like it then you can cook for yourself. My wife still eats some grains occasionally.
    No lie. I had ice cream last night. :/ shame. Lol

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    You don't need a food journal or need to worry about food percentages. Just EAT WHOLE FOODS with healthy oils, and if you think something isn't allowed, then don't eat it.

    Meal = Meat + Veggies + Healthy Oil to cook with (Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil) + Spices + a Sweet Potato (if you had a workout day)

    Eat more big meals and snack less to slow down on munching calorically-dense foods.

    That's it! Here's a great resource as well: The Paleo Starter Kit, Part II: “The Paleo Scramble”, A Basic Technique For Real-World Cooking - GNOLLS.ORG

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    Quote Originally Posted by feren6 View Post
    You don't need a food journal or need to worry about food percentages. Just EAT WHOLE FOODS with healthy oils, and if you think something isn't allowed, then don't eat it.

    Meal = Meat + Veggies + Healthy Oil to cook with (Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil) + Spices + a Sweet Potato (if you had a workout day)

    Eat more big meals and snack less to slow down on munching calorically-dense foods.

    That's it! Here's a great resource as well: The Paleo Starter Kit, Part II: “The Paleo Scramble”, A Basic Technique For Real-World Cooking - GNOLLS.ORG
    Thanks! I already use coconut oil for EVERYTHING, so this can't be that hard, right? (Crickets chirp)

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