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Paleo is still going well!

Thursday, April 18, 2013

So I've been doing very well on paleo, been following it to the letter. Hubby was struggling with it a bit though, he was feeling hungry all the time. But instead of quitting, he suggested we go to Barnes and Noble to get some recipe books! We got 3! Now we have tons of ideas of things we can make! I'm so proud of him for stepping up!

However I feel like I'm getting the "carb flu" I was warned about. I feel tired, icky, and my head is killing me. But I know it will pass and I'll feel great once I get through it! I was such a carb and sugar addict, it was ridiculous! I have been craving cheese, but I haven't (and won't!!) give in! There is none in the house and I won't buy any! I know that will pass too. It's always hardest in the beginning!

So even though I feel crappy today, overall I'm doing really well. I haven't strayed at all and I'm going to keep on pushing forward!

I hope everyone is having a happy, healthy day! emoticon emoticon
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    Sounds like you are really positive and that you both are in it to win it! You will do awesome!! Congrats to you both emoticon on sticking to it even when the goin' gets tough!

    1703 days ago
    Woohooo! you are doing it!
    Tell hubby that if he is hungry to eat. Eat as much meat as you need to feel satisfied.
    Also up the fat. Especially in the first few weeks till your body adjusts to the new eating don't count calories, don't measure portions. Your body will figure out that you are really feeding it and it will re-adjust to normal eating.
    Sis and I used to eat a package of porkchops, tilapia or chicken for dinner along with big salads. LOL it took about 2 weeks for us to adjust and then we went to normal portions of 4-6 oz of meat. :D
    Keep up the great job emoticon
    1703 days ago
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