View Poll Results: Which option(s) best describe the guidelines of your current diet?

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  • I eat whatever I want with little regard to health.

    3 2.94%
  • I am strict paleo with no dairy.

    10 9.80%
  • I follow the recommendations of the Primal Blueprint including the carb curve.

    46 45.10%
  • Perfect health diet or higher carb Primal Blueprint.

    40 39.22%
  • I follow the Peat recommendations.

    13 12.75%
  • Weston Price or a junk free/healthy diet including grains.

    6 5.88%
  • I am Vegetarian/Vegan/Pescatarian.

    1 0.98%
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    My no go foods are dairy (due to intolerant toddler), soy, legumes, grains, vegetable oils and refined sugar. I am breastfeeding, my partner works out regularly and our children are toddlers, so we incorporate plenty of other healthy carbs in our WOE.

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    I didn't know if I should choose strict paleo or high carb primal since I eat things on Cordain's forbidden list, but I eat lean and don't eat nightshades or dairy, so I went with paleo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post
    It seems our forums have become very diverse as of late. I'm curious as to what the breakdown of diets is on here now.

    Sorry if I missed your way of eating - there are so many it's hard to think of them all!!

    If you feel like posting why you eat that way, that would be fun too
    Hay-soos, you must be reading my mind! I have lately wondered if most of the Primal folks had left the forum. I like it. I think it's healthy. Though I checked the choice of following including the carb curve, I think the carb curve should be amended. Surely someone who can maintain a healthy weight at 3000 cal/day can eat more carbs than a person who eats 1500 cal/day to maintain a healthy weight. IOW, I think the carb curve should be revised to reflect the percentage of calories rather than the absolute number of grams of carbs per day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    Hay-soos, you must be reading my mind! I have lately wondered if most of the Primal folks had left the forum. I like it. I think it's healthy. Though I checked the choice of following including the carb curve, I think the carb curve should be amended. Surely someone who can maintain a healthy weight at 3000 cal/day can eat more carbs than a person who eats 1500 cal/day to maintain a healthy weight. IOW, I think the carb curve should be revised to reflect the percentage of calories rather than the absolute number of grams of carbs per day.
    You watch. He will adjust the carb curve cuz he has nanny cams.

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    Honestly, the carb curve just be abolished in favor of a woe that is more about prioritizing protein, eating whole food, and a checklist of food elimination protocols one can try. Just my humble opinion, of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisepassion View Post
    Honestly, the carb curve just be abolished in favor of a woe that is more about prioritizing protein, eating whole food, and a checklist of food elimination protocols one can try. Just my humble opinion, of course.


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    Sounds like Whole 30 to me. :-)

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    Whatever I want because the things I like are within PB, except for a 5% off-plan pizza with a friend or something similar. I think portion control was something I needed to work on the most.

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    Wow - lots of interesting versions of eating here! Given how much fighting we do, I'm a little surprised to find how similar our diets are

    As for the carb curve, my opinion is very good for overweight people. Once you hit a healthy weight, it seems to work less well for people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckhammer View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Koozie View Post
    Strict paleo when I'm engaging in fat-loss. Otherwise it's primal for me. From trial and error over the years I've learned my body does best on strict paleo.
    I feel best on strict autoimmune paleo too. But then when I start feeling good, I think "hey, I feel great, I don't need to be so strict" and then I backslide. It's so dumb, and yet I do it every time!!
    Using low lectin/nightshade free primal to control autoimmune arthritis. (And lost 50 lbs along the way )

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