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Caveman adaptations

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Training week, meeting new people, highe stress levels. Let a little slide re: odd chocolate snack.

I have been on and off with diet coke, i try so hard through the week to drink water, and i truely binge and drink loads of diet pop on the weekend. I find it gets me through the weekend with the lack of routine.

I had a couple small pieces of potato with my bison roast. And rubarb crumble, and wine.

I had cereal for breakfast one morning, and it made me feel a little sick. Mind you it was not the normal cereal i would eat and for some reason i automatically poured milk on it. So i felt blah for awhile.

I have mixed feeling right now regarding paleo. I do think if you are doing it right, it actually encourages you to eat more vegetables. But i do not buy into the all grains, beans etc have lectins that cause inflammation. Maybe they do, maybe they dont, but i am sure you can find the same arguement for meat.

I did lose about 6-7 lbs and you can see some cuts in my obliques. But i got a ways to go. Funny enough with the small additions to my diet, i have not gained any weight.

I think on occasion, i will let myself eat the odd grain, beans, and lentils but do as i did before re: restricting those foods after my lunch.


So, next week i have my conference. Must start to food journal on computer. Still keeping my paper journal, but i need to post so all can see.
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  • v RIVERROCK
    I will have a look at the website thanks!! emoticon
    2045 days ago
  • v NUTMEG1125
    Maybe you want to be primal and not paleo? It isn't quite as strict. I love being primal.
    http://www.marksdailyapp
    le.com/primal-blueprint-101/
    2056 days ago
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