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My son suddenly suffered seizures and “Alice in Wonderland” migraines at age 10. After 6 neurologists, including the head of neurology at Children’s Hospital, we were hopeless. He had severe reactions to the drugs they prescribed (6 of them) and missed over a month of school. Guess what? It was gluten. He doesn’t have Celiacs – it caused neurological symptoms instead of gut issues. It took many, many, months of agony, but we whipped it. He’s gluten-free, drug-free, and seizure free now! Food can be dangerous too!

Not only will these toxic processed foods make them gain weight but overtime their bodies will become more sicker. This will cause many to seek help from conventional medicine which will give them medications toxic to their bodies.

Hi Shelly – Plenty of people in your situation do this! You can just pick out a few recipes on a night you have free, make large batches of them and have them in your fridge for the whole week so you don’t need to be cooking every day. Either that, or just cook up some chicken/burgers/steaks/whatever and have them as the base of meals and add salads or cooked veggies, and good fats to them to make them into meals. I’m assuming you meant you don’t have access to grass-fed meat since the grain fed stuff is what we’re trying to stay away from? Don’t let that stop you. Please. Just try it out with what you have, and in the meantime look on eatwild.com for a local source of grass-fed/pastured meats and see what you can come up with. Exercise is not necessary to lose weight – it’s mostly diet. If you want to set up some counseling with me, just email me at info@paleoplan.com and I can help you through it. Good luck!

Lifestyle and work habits partially determine how many calories we need to eat each day. Someone whose job involves heavy physical labor will naturally burn more calories in a day than someone who sits at a desk most of the day (a sedentary job). For people who do not have jobs that require intense physical activity, exercise or increased physical activity can increase the number of calories burned.

You can burn off the same number of calories (or more) as you would in a 1-hour aerobics class without ever setting foot in a gym or snapping on spandex. It’s so easy. In fact, you probably did it at one time.

1) Started Paleo 30 days ago, lost 18lbs and have 30 more to go. By not drinking alcohol, I apply that money to good quality foods and am still saving money. I feel fitter, more energy and am wearing pants I haven’t worn in years. It takes discipline to not drink, but eating right is easy and I LOVE walking by all that packaged nonsense at the grocery store.

I started strict paleo (with a few nuts, a tiny bit of dark chocolate allowed and little to no fruit) about 8 months ago. I’ve steadily gained weight since. I was not super overweight before — maybe just 10 lbs. I’m a performer and thought this would help my health, stamina, leanness, and reduce fat a bit. (So far,…. that has not been the case). I’m completely discouraged at this point. I’m continually told that my previous diet did not contain enough calorie intake. Now that I’m eating around 2000-2500 calories a day…. I feel stuffed all the time (with only 3 meals/day) and feel like I eat a ton. I want to cut portion size but am concerned about eating too little and having my body think I’m starving it. (Before, I ate between 1200 and 1500/day). Any suggestions? (I’m moderately to heavily active… I am a dancer and dance educator, so moving a lot most days…. plus my own workouts which are similar to cross fit).

Diet is not about losing weight, it’s about eating right. Read Grain Brain and you will understand Paleo Diet. Sugars cause inflammation, which ages us. Marketing is damaging you up. A slice of whole wheat bread is probably the worst thing you can put in your mouth. It’s about putting gas in your engine, not diesel. And yes arthritis is gone, the bags under my eyes are gone and as a side effect, went from 180 to 152. Don’t knock it till you try it. And you have to put the alcohol away.I used to have big problems with lose weight tips, but am getting in better shape now. Here’s a good site I found that really helped. It gave me great methods and and showed me what I was doing wrong before…there’s even lots of free articles on the site…http://www.cavediet.net

Eric Urquhart/ShutterstockA quick fix to the portion problem is to simply use smaller dishes. Eating off of salad plates instead of dinner plates or using children’s bowls instead of large soup bowls can help you feel like you’re still getting a full plate’s worth of food but with less actual food on the plate, says Cornell’s Food Lab. And don’t forget to also leave the serving bowls in the kitchen to make mindless refills less convenient.

“I quit smoking, and right away joined a gym and started working out with a personal trainer. There was no way I could exercise and feel healthy if I kept lighting up. I’ve already dropped 37 pounds in three months!” —Leila Fathi, Memphis, TN

A friend of mine is a producer for the show and got us tickets for the San Francisco auditions. We went to see how different these shows are in reality, as opposed to what you see in the final, edited show. Best part of that was having Sharon Osborne tell me that she liked my outfit. I was wearing something I had made myself, so I was incredibly proud.

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  1. “The principle benefit to favouring these foods is the fact that they’re some of the most nutritious foods available to us in terms of vitamins, minerals and antioxidant content, plus these foods have always been the foundation of the human diet.”
    Eat high quality, wild-caught fatty fish like salmon once or twice a week. These foods are rich in the super healthy EPA and DHA fatty acids, and also in vitamin D. If you cannot get your hands on good, wild-caught fish, try a fermented cod liver oil supplement.
    The glycemic index (GI) is a measure of a food’s ability to elevate blood sugar. In general, the lower the number, the better the carb choice. The best carbohydrate choices—the ones that are low on the GI scale—include:

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