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My history: I lost about 80 pounds on low carbohydrate at a rate of only 15-20 pounds per year at most, starting in 2005. I went backwards in 2011 due to extraordinary sad life circumstances. In 2012, I decided to push on and reverse 2011. I tried a protein-sparing modified fast plus endurance exercise (and thought I was having a heart attack) – my doctor had to tell me these things can’t go together. I dropped 20 with the protein-sparing tatic until I couldn’t stand it anymore. I dropped 10 easily upon reading the potato hack craze….I was thinking I was trapped into continuing with these tricks until I heard your podcasts with Stephan Guyenet. I dropped another 10 pounds after I read his blog and following his recommendations coupled with long, flavorless windows fuelled only with MCT oil (Seth Roberts – Shangri-La style–which I learned about also from Stephan Guyenet when he mentioned that Seth Roberts operates on the same principal, different method – so, I just combine them). I know I can lose weight with using nutrient-dense bland paleo foods plus long flavorless windows using MCT oil without having to resort to unsustainable things like a protein-sparing modified fast or potato hack. The interesting thing is that I didn’t have to go super low carb to do this – I did utilize a little plain potatoes and it worked just fine.

If you don’t like the taste, try mixing it with something that overpowers it. I like to mix ACV with Organifi superfood powder (http://www.greenpowderdrink.com) which is also really good for weight loss. When you give your body what it needs, you’ll find that cravings go away and you’ll inadvertently lose weight.

I started looking what was up and I found the slightly more extreme Bulletproof diet of 70% fat, 20% protein and 10% vegetabley carbs. So I tried that out, made some of the “Fat Bomb” treats and kept them in my freezer and I continued to loose an additional 40 lbs over a few months. No exercise, although that would have helped. The diet claims its not necessary to exercise to loose weight if you are on this diet, which turned out to be completely true. Now if anyone is like me, I did not want to go to a gym as an excessively flabby person (or EFP if I may) so it was great to first loose weight sitting at home, doing collegely study-like things, reading, video games, etc and then be able to start exercising (I chose swimming because its fun and I have large breasts that make it hard to run in public, not bragging but very true nonetheless. They are all submerged when you swim). I gained confidence and even competed in the cosplay contest in Salt Lake City ComicCon 2015 as a Borg drone and won second place (that is bragging). I continued on the diet simply because my BRAIN WOKE UP! I could think so much clearer on a carbless diet and I swear grades went up because of it. The greatest difference was my ability to focus on things. I went from focus-of-a-knat to focus-of-a-cat (I assume they are good focusers?). So that was, after the weight loss, the reason I kept on the diet. But I often break from it for icecream. Hopefully that’s not going to turn the tides on me…

I have really great will power and love experiments so thought I’d try it. 10 years ago I tried giving up alcohol for 6 months (the year before it was 3 months) at the end I just continued & I haven’t drank alcohol since (for over 10 years now).

The other aspect is finding quality ingredients. I have many stores around me but there is only this one small Spanish store in low rent district which sells good hamburg. The reason it is good is because they grind it up frozen. The quality of the meat everywhere else tastes like crap. It’s learning these little things. I also have found out that not all rice is created equal. A basmati kind I buy is only sold at a chinese store. Good quality ingredients raise the quality of the meal. You have to experiment and try things.

So what happens when you can’t exercise? There are many people with health and physical difficulties who can’t exercise in the traditional way. For those people, I assure you that you can still lose weight. Like I said above, weight loss is 70% what you eat and 30% exercise, so if you can’t exercise you have to be spot on with your diet plan to lose weight.

The premise of the Paleo diet is to eat the same foods our pre-agricultural hunter-gatherer ancestors presumably ate: fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood, and nuts. Of course, no one was keeping food diaries back then, so there’s debate about exactly which foods are considered “Paleo” or not.

Spiced Apples Baked in Brandy – A sweet and spicy dessert infused with the flavor of brandy, but without the alcohol. It works nicely as a finisher to the meal described above, and is also a great dessert to serve up to impress your friends. You don’t even have to mention you’re doing the Paleo diet, as this is a dessert that no one will suspect is diet food.

If you will be short on time, you can make the Ravioli & Vegetable Soup ahead. Other things you can make ahead for the week include the Carrot-Ginger Vinaigrette, Maple-Nut Granola and the Avocado-Yogurt Dip.

The first time I went my meal tasted like heaven but left me feeling seriously guilty. Maybe the guilt was because of my prior restrictions, or maybe because my meals have so far tasted awful due to my bad cooking skills. Either way, something about eating a satisfying, flavoursome meal felt really wrong and shameful.

A large part of the appeal of the Atkins Diet, which aims to burn fat by limiting carbs and packing in fat and protein, is its claim of quick weight loss – as much as 15 pounds in two weeks, according to the company. Our experts agreed that’s a legitimate pitch, but note that much of the initial weight loss is water, due to the diet’s diuretic effect.

Now the other downside to dieting is food boredom.  A week of FBS, water and cranberry juice will sap the resolve of most overweight people, so what this diet does is allow you to add different items on a daily basis.  Here are the suggestions.

My husband and I have been eating paleo for about a year, and we enjoy all of the recipes. The only downside is I am now gluten and dairy sensitive. This is difficult when going out to eat or needing a quick meal. I now have to eat Paleo options, or I will be sick the following day.

This happened three times this week, usually at breakfast or dinner. I use coconut oil per day so could that be inducing ketosis and physiological insulin resistance? I have low FBG so that wouldn’t make much sense. I’m worried with this random spikes and I can’t think of any plausible reason why this happens…

Oh and I know the main problem of this type of diet is price. What I did was live off canned spinach like popeye and other dark leafy greens, eg asparagus. I have a steel belly so I ate they cold from the can but there are also fantastic recipes w canned veggies. I know its not natural and cavemen cant operate can openers or whatever, but as a college student, it worked for me. I also ate bologne. You also eat less quantities because meat and fat is more filling anyway.

It is possible to lose 20 lbs. of bodyfat in 30 days by optimizing any of three factors: exercise, diet, or drug/supplement regimen. I’ve seen the elite implementation of all three in working with professional athletes. In this post, we’ll explore what I refer to as the “slow-carb diet”.

I don’t know why everyone assumes Paleo means high fat. It doesn’t prescribe macro-nutrient percentages. That is highly individual. Some writers get a little prescriptive (like the Jaminets), but they are only one voice among many, and there is a lot of controversy even within Paleo. I think that people are used to diets being clearly defined. If you read a typical diet book, you will know exactly what you need to eat after about ten minutes. Then it either works out for you to eat that diet, or it doesn’t. Paleo shouldn’t be looked at that way. Rather than being a specific diet, it’s an approach to evaluating and designing your diet based on what your body evolved to eat. It isn’t nearly as specific or defined as a lot of people would like to think (which is highly inconvenient, granted, but such is life). Yes, a lot of people somehow equate Paleo to bacon (please), but I think those people are newbies and will probably soon move on to the next sparkly thing that comes along. Paleo demands that you put time and energy into figuring out what works for you, with the excellent guidance of people like Kresser, Sisson, the Jaminets, et al. Personally when I say I eat Paleo, what I mean is that I eat healthy, and that I invest time in figuring out what that means for me. It just happens that the writers who seem to reason the most persuasively in this area identify with the Paleo movement. Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater if eating the way one blogger recommends doesn’t work for you. Just understand that you might need to tinker with it some more.

Sure, you can lose weight quickly. There are plenty of fad diets that work to shed pounds rapidly — while leaving you feeling hungry and deprived. But what good is losing weight only to regain it? To keep pounds off permanently, it’s best to lose weight slowly. And many experts say you can do that without going on a “diet.” Instead, the key is making simple tweaks to your lifestyle.

Mark Alan Howard/ShutterstockStarting the day with a few minutes of bright sunlight reduced appetite all day long, according to a study published in PLoS ONE. The researchers had people wear a device that recorded their sun exposure, and sun worshippers who spent just 15 to 20 minutes in the morning sunshine, sans sunscreen, had lower BMIs than people who got less or no sunlight. Even better? They also reported being in a better mood all day as well. Seems like the Beatles were on to something with their famous song! For a little inspiration here are 12 sunshine quotes to cheer you up.

Don’t combine proteins would be my suggestion. Although this advice fits more into the raw diet rather than paleo. It is my belief that the raw diet eclipses and is the diet (it should really become your lifestyle) that most weight loss diets are aiming for, and are a shadow of.

I had a thyroidectomy in Oct 2013. I’m 45 and was told that I had hosimotos an autoimmune disease then a few weeks later told I had Hurthel cell cancer. I agreed to have my thyroid removed and found out weeks later that it was no cancerous. Now I’m dealing with extreme fatigue and I’ve gained approx 20 lbs since October. I’m afraid to step on the scale to see for sure. I use to run 5 and 10 km races and also run 1/2 marathons. Now it takes everything for me to get energy to do anything I just want to sleep. The doctors are playing the lets adjust your medication game and it could take awhile before they find the right dosage. Without a thyroid I basically have no metabolism which makes it very hard to lose weight. I’m hoping by cutting out all the bad carbs and sugars from my diet it will help build up some sort of energy for me. A friend from work was talking about the Paleo diet so I decided to do some research. It looks like something I could do . I’m looking forward to picking up your book later today, cleaning out my cupboards/ fridge and starting my new journey. 30 days to a cleaner healthier me 🙂

Then I started freaking out about the rules. I went to a concert and had a decision to make: eat at 5:30pm, which would break my wait-five-hours-in-between-meals-rule, or wait to eat after the concert at 10pm, which would then break the don’t-eat-after-9pm-rule.

Straighten up and your figure look better right away, advises The Biggest Loser trainer Kim Lyons. “When your posture is good, you’re automatically engaging and toning your stomach muscles,” she says. If you need to remind yourself to stand tall, a few strategically-placed sticky notes should do the trick.

This doesn’t necessarily work for everyone, but it’s very effective for some: “You can eat anything you want or snack as often as you want as long as you announce—out loud—‘I’m not hungry, but I’m gong to eat this anyway.’ The typical person who does this every day for a month loses 1.9 pounds.”

To weigh yourself fairly, Rubaum Keller suggests stepping on the scale in the morning after you’ve gone to the bathroom. Weigh yourself naked or wearing whatever you wear to bed. Do it exactly that way for seven days, recording your weight each day. Then, total the number and divide by seven. That will be your average (and most true) weight over the seven-day period. Based on that weight, you can then begin a weight loss plan or decide that you are happy where you are. 

After spending several years researching and working as a health professional I developed a set of theories and recommendations that I regularly use both for my own healthy, happy weight maintenance and for my clients.

Carrying cash may feel a little last century, but people who use a credit card when grocery shopping buy significantly more unhealthy, calorie-dense food than people who pay cash, according to a study in the Journal of Consumer Research.

Gosh, there are many wonderful insights here. But perhaps a little bit of biochemistry MAY clarify. talks about using Paleo for weight loss. Most ‘diets’ are for weight/fat loss and the use of the word ‘diet’ means so much more than fat-loss for eg. getting-healthier thru better food choices;. Excess fat (obesity) is only one (of several) indicators that something is wrong here and we say its our food. In Paleo-times people were without any way to preserve food for extended periods of time and their method of transport meant that food variety (beyond wild-foraged) was limited. So the present-use of the word ‘Paleo’ is-a-tongue-in-cheek-bow-to-what-our-ancestors-actually did eat.

Yes, Whole30 encourages you to reintroduce off-limits foods. But the purpose of an elimination diet is to discover which foods do and don’t work for you. Add everything back in at once, and you won’t be able to tell which ingredient is causing the problem. Plus, after 30 days of squeaky-clean eating, gorging on junk will probably leave you feeling pretty crummy. 

thanks for the helpful tips!I went Paleo the beginning of last month,have lost 10 lbs already,sleep better,have more energy and have been told that my skin is glowing!I am doing this not just to shed the weight,but to prevent becoming diabetic,get off the blood pressure meds(thyroid may be a little trickier!)and help with the soreness of my knee,a structural anomaly(difference in lenghth of other one),but also overuse(I walk a LOTand exercise a LOT!)For years,I have embraced aspects of the Paleo path….avoided chemicals,make my own toiletries,ditched my can opener,etc the food part was a challenge,after being vegan/vegetarian for decades,etc….but THIS seems to work for me…I have many challenges about the weight thing in particular….I am 4~11″,66 years young,female and as mentioned earlier,that @&^$#* thyroid(Hashimoto`s)so this has been a supreme victory…I am so optimistic,I started giving away many of my clothes and buying new ones at smaller sizes!Rather than focusing on what I must give up,I am excited about the bigger picture of improved health!Some of my friends have dropped me because I am no longer a drinking buddy,etc…oh well…..

Hi, Im 23 years old, weigh 150 pounds Im on a diet almost for a month and I only lost 3 pounds. I dont know what Im doing wrong here is what Im eating. Morning,@ 8:00 a cup of soya milk (80cal) with a teaspoon of sugar. Noon,@12:30 one apple or kiwi. Evening,@4:00 on sun,tue,thur and sat I ate 2 piece of chicken breast with salad and on mon,wed, and fri I ate soup (the soup include corn carrot lentil corn strach cabbage). Night,@9:30 I ate 3 oranges with a small amount of chikpea. Im not sure what to do to lost atleast 15 pound and im breast feeding as well. Please help me what to do . Thanks in advance.

While I don’t think it’s necessary to restrict carbohydrates, I do think it’s important to match your carbohydrate intake to the amount of exercise you do. Not only can a mismatch stall your weight loss, but it can lead to instances of fatigue and muscle breakdown if you’re overexercising and not eating enough carbohydrate to match your activity level. I’ve had many patients who, in an effort to lose weight, ramp up their exercise and cut back on carbohydrate intake. Many even remove carbohydrates entirely, avoiding even small amounts of healthy choices like sweet potatoes and fruit. Unfortunately, this can often do more harm than good.

How I lost over 30 lbs of weight without exercise- if you follow this method carefully it actually works. Thumbs up if you’d like me to do a “what I eat in a week” video! CLICK FOR LINKS AND INFO ☟ ☟ ☟

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