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Giving Paleo Another Go

Thursday, November 01, 2012

No matter what diet you subscribe to, some health advice holds true no matter what:
Sleep well.
Reduce stress.
Play & get sunlight.
Drink your water.
Stay away from packaged/processed foods & fast food.
Reduce caffeine intake.
And so on.

Another season, another trial for me. I gave Paleo a go back in Feb 2012. At the time it didn't suit me. One MAJOR issue at the time was sleep deprivation along with health issues that kept me in & out of the dr's office. Stress was inevitable. So, many factors played into the Paleo No No's of this previous february.

Now, I'm ready to try again. I'm on Day 8 of it, and I like it this time.
I have more sustained energy & less cravings during the day, and believe me, this Cave Mom needs her energy!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BRAVELUTE 11/1/2012 4:44PM

    I think the original paleos fell into their sleep spaces exhausted every night. I wonder if things kept them awake, like wild animals, or weather, or full moon?

I have to be sure all blinds and drapes are pulled shut on full moon!!

May you successfully hunt and gather and sleep and meet your goals this time. emoticon

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SLIMMERJESSE 11/1/2012 3:40PM

    That happened to me with juicing. I didn't like it the first time around, but about a year later, it worked well. Sometimes we just have to be ready. Best wishes for success.

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DS9KIE 11/1/2012 3:31PM

    what ever diet you chose just eat lots of fruits and veggies

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BARBARASDIET 11/1/2012 3:22PM

    I know that I seen something about that plan in other blogs, but I am not a fan of these kinds of diets. The other steps you outline at sensible and I try to do them!

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