So I’m new to the paleo diet. I love the concept of it, but I am a personal trainer, so I literally train 7 days a week, so my muscle repair time has been cut in half due to not having enough carbs. Any suggestions on what I should be doing since I’m so active? I eat sweet potato daily and other scratchy vegs but I don’t feel it’s doing enough? I wake up feeling like a train hit me, but otherwise I feel like paleo has helped with my IBS a lot so I would love to continue on it!
i think your problem is the fruit. in the book it is one thing that is forbidden, fructose has many negitive effects and fruit is non-essensial for your diet as a whole, pick up the protien levels and drop the fruit should help you out
Now from 1950’s chemistry aka Watson. There are 3 categories of catalysts in ALL biochemical reactions. The 3rd is ENERGY and we in our modern medicine (food strategizing) DO A HUGE DISSERVICE by insisting that the only kind of ENERGY is heat measured in joules. Silly me, ‘insisting’ is such a poor word-choice. We ignore most of ‘humanities’ diet strategies because the experiments done were often not circadian and seasonal (because Californian weather is non-drastic/non-seasonal).
Eat with balance in mind: Just because meat is high on the menu doesn’t mean our Paleolithic ancestors ate it night and day. Eat balanced meals that contain plenty of fresh vegetables and moderate amounts of meat, along with fish, fruit, and nuts.
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Evolving in a premodern food environment forced our bodies to adapt to an inconsistent food supply. We’re very good at storing fat, because for most of human history, our next meal was a lot further away than a trip to the Quickie Mart. Fat storage allowed us to stock up on food when it was available, and use those reserves during periods of scarcity. A biologically hardwired taste for fat and sweetness directed us to calorie-dense foods when they were available, maximizing our energy intake to prepare for lean times ahead.
hey adrian im 27 years old 75kgs my height is 5’1, i dont feel confident at all due to my overweight i harldy could stick for a dietplan for a week or two and workout its hard for me i enjoy dancing so i do dance to sweat when i get time and i got epilipsy so i feel weak n dizzy when i diet could u be a help plz
Any weight loss program must be able to diagnose and address what is broken internally. Limited exercise can be an adjunct to this if they diagnose and treat correctly. The problem with most weight loss programs is that they can’t diagnose what is wrong internally. Most ignore the tainted food supply and have people stupidly focus on calories. The more healthier people will have success. The less healthy won’t.
Practicing yoga brings the perfect out of all of us, teaching us to meditate and at the same time, helps relieve all those little things that cause stress in our lives. As well as the Yoga relieving you of the stress, it will also help to strengthen your limbs and your mind and refresh you. Yes, it even will help you to lose that post baby weight. You will feel your energy level increase because you feel better. Then you can have some fun playing. Please take a look at the above website, and give it a try. I wish you the best of luck. Pam.
Choose foods with less sodium and prepare foods with little or no salt. To lower blood pressure, aim to eat no more than 2,400 milligrams of sodium per day. Reducing daily intake to 1,500 mg is desirable because it can lower blood pressure even further. If you can’t meet these goals right now, even reducing sodium intake by 1,000 mg per day can benefit blood pressure.