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    Reasons Not To Fall Off The Primal Bandwagon

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    Reason No. 1: When you climb back on, low-carb flu sucks. (I need a nap.)
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    What ever kind of diarrhea, constipation, gas and bloating I get from eating junk is SO not worth it (since the junk doesn't event taste good).

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    Why throw water on the fire when it is burning....what a pain to have to restart it.

    The light headedness and low energy that I had with eating a SAD diet....
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    Timely topic!

    The sugar rollercoaster, ugh! Up and down, crappy sleep, inability to focus or parent well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrainInABody View Post
    What ever kind of diarrhea, constipation, gas and bloating I get from eating junk is SO not worth it (since the junk doesn't event taste good).
    I have definitely noticed this -- when I eat non-primal foods, they taste either meh at best or horrid at worst. I think this should be its own Reason: Eating non-primal foods don't even taste good anymore. (To say nothing of the body's other, non-taste-bud reactions!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris T View Post
    Why throw water on the fire when it is burning....what a pain to have to restart it.

    The light headedness and low energy that I had with eating a SAD diet....
    This, times eleventy billion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justme View Post
    The sugar rollercoaster, ugh! Up and down, crappy sleep, inability to focus or parent well.
    YES. A thousand times yes!
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    The nightmares. 0.o Deeefinitely the nightmares. And the brain fog.

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    How about how gluten can affect you for up to 6 months (effects degrade over time) after eating it?

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    I'm not being negative, but for me, a good fall from grace is usually enough to put me on the straight and narrow for a long time. I don't usually go off track for much time, maybe three or four days, but four days of bread, and I'm ready to stop farting and get back to being healthy.

    So maybe that's the good reason to not fall off the wagon? Because farting isn't fun? Unless you laugh at farts, and then I don't know what to tell you.
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