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Old 02-07-2012, 07:10 AM   #271
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I'm doing two 24 hour fasts a week - on Fridays and Mondays (well, 6 pm Thursday and Sunday until 6pm Friday and Monday). I've only done two, but so far so good.
I would like to do this at some point. Have always thought such a good idea for a Lenten discipline....I will think on this today or shall I say "will pray on this"?
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Hi everybody! New to this thread. I hope it's ok to join in here. I've been struggling with getting started since the beginning of the year, but finally started primal today. My family has tons of food sensativities (wheat, gluten, eggs, dairy, soy) so this is the best way for us to eat. At least I have discovered that greek yogurt doesn't give me the same problems as other dairy. So my menu will be mostly primal but without eggs (they give me gallbladder attacks ).
Goal is to lose 55 pounds, get healthy, and feed my family healthy, organic food whenever possible. So tired of eating out and feeling bad all the time.

Day 1: B- Marks primal hot cereal w a few organic blueberries and evoco, cup of organic green tea with 1/2 packet of Stevia
L- Organic Lentil Vegetable Soup
D -Vanessa's carnitas, organic mixed vegetables
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oops...just realized the soup i am having for lunch has legumes. Well, gotta finish it up, I just won't buy any more of it once it's gone
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Hi guys, may I join in?

I just transitioned to Primal recently and am finding it pretty natural. My baking pans may rust, but that's better than me rusting inside.

After trying the usual weight loss methods many of us have experienced for years, I was depressed, frustrated and in worse health than when I started. I yo-yo'd, starved, missed fruit or meat, lost hair, had joint pain, was dizzy, depressed and confused. I literally stood in a grocery store one day last month wondering what to buy to eat, and on which plan.

As I related that to my young adult daughter and her bf who are into Crossfit, they suggested Paleo. Of course, it is possible they were tired of vegan food when they visited, lol.

My first book was Robb Wolf's Paleo Solution and I'm getting to Mark Sisson's. It makes sense to me.

While I'm not lifting heavy objects yet, I am doing so much better after just a couple of weeks and feel like I get to eat a wide range of foods. Oh, and I'm losing. Yay! Slowly, but I'll take it. : )

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Went to the health food store and scored some shiratake (spelling?) noodles but will research what to do with them. Just miss noodle feel in mouth when I make terrific tasting bone broth, which I did today.

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I did not like those shiratake noodles at all. They were like chewing on rubber bands and my body *seriously* didn't know what to do with them, if you know what I mean. BUT they don't have a flavor of their own (though they are stinky until you've washed them a lot) and lots of people love them, so I hope you are one of them!
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I'm adjusting my plan. I started in on primal trying to follow Kruse's leptin reset but it is driving me nuts.

So, I'm now just doing Sisson's version of primal without worrying about weight loss for now. After I get comfortable with it, I'll try the weight loss suggestions.

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B- hamburger and some coconut bread (coconut flour, CO, sea salt, eggs, stevia, baking powder)
L- veggie strips (wasn't hungry)
D- sirloin pan-fried in butter, broccoli with butter
dessert-- fruit cup (apple, orange, grapes, strawberries, banana)
then I had 3 pork rinds and a cup of herbal tea in middle of night (insomnia)

Worked out to 1500 calories and I was much more satisfied than when I was trying to diet down.
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I did not like those shiratake noodles at all. They were like chewing on rubber bands and my body *seriously* didn't know what to do with them, if you know what I mean. BUT they don't have a flavor of their own (though they are stinky until you've washed them a lot) and lots of people love them, so I hope you are one of them!
Oh wow, I second that opinion. Couldn't get past the smell to actually use them. I might have to search for some acceptable almond or coconut flour substitutes for when the noodle/bread cravings attack though, so DH's squishy white bread doesn't start looking good, lol.
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I did not like those shiratake noodles at all. They were like chewing on rubber bands and my body *seriously* didn't know what to do with them, if you know what I mean. BUT they don't have a flavor of their own (though they are stinky until you've washed them a lot) and lots of people love them, so I hope you are one of them!
The more I think about them Speck, the less I like them. Hungry Girl *you know her* love, love, loves them. They are one of the few low carb items she endorses. I'm going to hand these over to my daughter who loves all things HG. Ironic that "spaghetti" was in my plan today anyway...
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B-Coffee with coconut milk, 2 banana pancakes (unless I burn them, then I'll have 2 eggs, sausage)
S-1/4 cup trail mix
L-a late one at 2pm-green smoothie
S-1 oz.almonds or 1oz. dark chocolate or handful strawberries
D-spaghetti squash with vegetable pasta sauce (store-bought Williams Sonoma), BA salad, may have "tini tonight, no red wine open
Dessert-none

So far this week I've made 2 quarts beef bone broth, 1 pint grassfed ghee, and today I'm making a dozen big breakfast muffins with my over-ripe organic bananas using flax meal and almond flour. I slept 6 hours last night but got "interrupted", awake for a while, then back to sleep for two hours. Ok, the lemonade experiment lasted exactly one day Will give it another try tonight. But I do find the lemonade refreshing even at 8:30pm.
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Old 02-08-2012, 05:46 PM   #283
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The more I think about them Speck, the less I like them. Hungry Girl *you know her* love, love, loves them. They are one of the few low carb items she endorses. I'm going to hand these over to my daughter who loves all things HG. Ironic that "spaghetti" was in my plan today anyway...
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B-Coffee with coconut milk, 2 banana pancakes (unless I burn them, then I'll have 2 eggs, sausage)
S-1/4 cup trail mix
L-a late one at 2pm-green smoothie
S-1 oz.almonds or 1oz. dark chocolate or handful strawberries
D-spaghetti squash with vegetable pasta sauce (store-bought Williams Sonoma), BA salad, may have "tini tonight, no red wine open
Dessert-none

So far this week I've made 2 quarts beef bone broth, 1 pint grassfed ghee, and today I'm making a dozen big breakfast muffins with my over-ripe organic bananas using flax meal and almond flour. I slept 6 hours last night but got "interrupted", awake for a while, then back to sleep for two hours. Ok, the lemonade experiment lasted exactly one day Will give it another try tonight. But I do find the lemonade refreshing even at 8:30pm.
Most of this menu was trashed today. Off my feed for some reason. Really feel, well, not crappy, but just not hungry plus just a wee bit crappy. This has gone on since yesterday morning with what I thought was too much yogurt, but the feeling has persisted. Don't even want the 'tini--could I be sick?

Menu ended up being:
B-2 eggs with bell peppers and mushrooms (did not sit well on my stomach for some reason)
S-trail mix plus 1/2 oz. dark chocolate
L-none
Snack late in day-2 banana muffins *made paleo (almond meal, flax meal, eggs, 1 T. honey, etc)*
D-a few ounces spaghetti squash with a bit of vegetable pasta sauce, 5 extra small meatballs (teeny-3 oz. at most) small bowl of un-BA salad with pistachio oil/balsamic (low sugar) dressing.

Think I'll go bed. The way I eat doesn't have anything to do with the way I feel. I know that. Besides, the HUB has gobbled up everything Must be something going on with me. Will still try my lemonade before bed. Oh! The DRAMA!
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I did not like those shiratake noodles at all. They were like chewing on rubber bands and my body *seriously* didn't know what to do with them, if you know what I mean. BUT they don't have a flavor of their own (though they are stinky until you've washed them a lot) and lots of people love them, so I hope you are one of them!
I don't mind the shirataki noodles. I don't eat them all that often, but when I do I enjoy them. I find that they're better in Asian dishes than as, say, a spaghetti substitute. Although I have used them with spaghetti sauce, I prefer spaghetti squash if I'm using tomatoes. What I do is rinse the noodles really well to get rid of the smell, then I cut them into much smaller strands with my kitchen shears,put them into a frying pan and cook them for at least 5 minutes to dry them out. I find that helps with the texture and makes them less rubber-bandy. I think drying them out also makes it easier for them to absorb whatever flavor you're using, since they really don't have flavor on their own.
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Feel better, Mamasooze!

I know, Maryo, so many people enjoy them. Wish I was one! I did try the "tricks", but to no avail. I agree though, Asian influenced flavors would be the better application for them.
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Feeling better this morning. Slept seven hours last night, so the bedtime lemonade stays for a while. Hope to do three mile walk in a bit. Cut way back on breakfast. Had just one banana muffin and some coffee with coconut milk. Hope to reinvigorate myself today.

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B-Paleo banana muffin, coffee
S-trail mix
L-green smoothie or BA salad *toss-up*
S-tangerine/cutie *maybe*
D-Pork roast, slow cooked (using onions, thyme and unsweetened apple sauce) with pureed sweet potatoes
Dessert-lemonade

OOH-found this recipe today..the ultimate low carb/paleo-happy breakfast?
OMG. Looks good. (via Bake an Egg in an Avocado...
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Mamasooze, that avo-egg looks good. Thanks for sharing.

Is it so quiet in here because everyone has this figured out?

I'll fess up, I'm struggling a bit after an easy period. Why is it when you say it is doable, it becomes more difficult? The Ezekiel bread in my freezer is calling to me this morning.

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Mamasooze, that avo-egg looks good. Thanks for sharing.

Is it so quiet in here because everyone has this figured out?

I'll fess up, I'm struggling a bit after an easy period. Why is it when you say it is doable, it becomes more difficult? The Ezekiel bread in my freezer is calling to me this morning.

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Don't think everyone has quite figured it all out...working it though, working it
Me, myself, had been working on the 80/20 rule and hoping to be 100% (via Mark's Daily Apple), which I usually am. It's finding the time to get up and get moving that I have had problems with. That's not the be all end all but it sure makes me feel better at the end of the day.

TIP-Had the GREAT CUPBOARD CLEAN OUT OF 2012 almost two weeks ago and that has been a huge help. Just a quick scan of that pantry (and fridge) tells me everything I need to know how the menu goes that day/week/month.

I know what you mean about Zeke-he's always hollering my name when I pass the freezer at Kroger. I just say "Get thee behind me Zeke!" and head for the check out.
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Don't think everyone has quite figured it all out...working it though, working it
Me, myself, had been working on the 80/20 rule and hoping to be 100% (via Mark's Daily Apple), which I usually am. It's finding the time to get up and get moving that I have had problems with. That's not the be all end all but it sure makes me feel better at the end of the day.

TIP-Had the GREAT CUPBOARD CLEAN OUT OF 2012 almost two weeks ago and that has been a huge help. Just a quick scan of that pantry (and fridge) tells me everything I need to know how the menu goes that day/week/month.

I know what you mean about Zeke-he's always hollering my name when I pass the freezer at Kroger. I just say "Get thee behind me Zeke!" and head for the check out.
Lol @ Zeke. He's a tease!

Good clean out tip. I did, except for the frozen bread and Dh's junk which is not negotiable, but luckily, I'd choose fruit over frankenfood baked goods any day. Despite his absolute support of me, his personal choice is, "I don't care if I was sick and changing the way I eat would save my life, I wouldn't do it".

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You know, Mark Sisson is a big fan of having that slice of bread (or other "off plan" food) every once in a while. This isn't Atkins and he doesn't believe that "one bite" will set you off. He has sugar in his coffee every morning.

There is no reason you can't have a slice of sprouted grain bread now and then and continue to be "Primal." Unless it somehow sets you off...

Obviously, if you are concerned you can't handle it, don't have it, but technically it's not 100% forbidden on this plan. It's what you do most of the time that counts.
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Was sick yesterday, so didn't eat much, but back today.
B: greek yogurt w 1 Tbsp raw honey, 1 cup organic chai tea
L: going out with stepmom but I know it will be a grilled chicken salad
D: Mark's fish tacos with citrus sauce
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You know, Mark Sisson is a big fan of having that slice of bread (or other "off plan" food) every once in a while. This isn't Atkins and he doesn't believe that "one bite" will set you off. He has sugar in his coffee every morning.

There is no reason you can't have a slice of sprouted grain bread now and then and continue to be "Primal." Unless it somehow sets you off...

Obviously, if you are concerned you can't handle it, don't have it, but technically it's not 100% forbidden on this plan. It's what you do most of the time that counts.
Exactly. Like me and my 'tini. If I gotta have it...I have it. But with other things, like the other day with my noodles. As much as I wanted the noodles in my broth, well, the moment passed and I just kinda moved on. Having said that, for the rest of the day today I will have buttered toast and egg on my mind
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Was sick yesterday, so didn't eat much, but back today.
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L: going out with stepmom but I know it will be a grilled chicken salad
D: Mark's fish tacos with citrus sauce
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Firm white fish on the grocery list this minute. Farmed catfish would be good.
Hope you are better today. My funk is over and walked 10,000 steps so far today. Amazing what a good night's sleep can do for you.
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I'm glad you're feeling better today. I did the same thing, went to bed early last night and had a good night's sleep, and I'm feeling much better today. My kids brought home the crud from school, so it went through the house and I got it too
We normally don't even eat fish because I don't know how to prepare it, but the tacos looked great. Found some wild caught Alaskan cod so I thought we'd give it a try
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Oh that's right, 80/20. Cool! I can handle that. Thanks for the reminder and sorry for planting the bread thought, lol. Fish tacos, now there's a good idea too.
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I'm glad you're feeling better today. I did the same thing, went to bed early last night and had a good night's sleep, and I'm feeling much better today. My kids brought home the crud from school, so it went through the house and I got it too
We normally don't even eat fish because I don't know how to prepare it, but the tacos looked great. Found some wild caught Alaskan cod so I thought we'd give it a try
Thanks ttt. Slept all night again. Seven hours. Wow. Maybe something to all this lemonade at bedtime.

Menu today:
B-2 banana muffins, coffee with coconut cream *project today is to make paleo coffee creamer*
S-trail mix
L-Green smoothie or BA salad (TBD) Have a few ripe avocados that need to be eaten soon, real soon
S-iced coffee
D-Green gumbo with shrimp, brown rice (for DH and none for me). Picked lots of greens from my garden yesterday and bought a bag of washed, cleaned collards on manager's special for $1.29. I will be experimenting making my roux with something other than refined white flour.

Not much motion today, light rain again. May just break out the xbox or put on some 50's music and dance while I clean house.

Where are you Eliza Jazz Come back!
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Has anyone found any links to sites with Primal or Paleo success stories? I would love to see that!
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Hi Portia, Mark's Daily Apple website has a great big section on it. We are not supposed to link to outside websites. But if you got MDA, there is a tab right at the top that says "Success Stories".
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Speck, I read in your blog here about the media fast. Is anyone here deliberately limiting use of electronics, on a regular basis?


The EMFs, staring at the computer screen, watching tv, it all adds up.

Am off for some outdoor time and sunshine.

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I've gotten pretty good at a not using the computer or iphone the last hour before I go to bed. It has really helped me relax at night.
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