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Neely – thank you so much for your response. I’m getting a bit nervous about all the things that someone with Hashimoto’s may need to cut out. I’m already dairy free, grain free, sugar free and the thought of no eggs….. well that I could live with if I had to, but nightshades? Just shoot me. I’m beginning to think there’s nothing left to eat but meat. I have an appointment with a Naturopath doctor near me on Tuesday. I met with a chiropractor that specialized in Hashimotos but his fees were beyond prohibitive, so I’m hoping that with insurance coverage, the naturopath will be more in my ballpark. I understand that I have to sacrifice to heal, but one can only spend so much. I’m disappointed too because his protocol seemed perfect. I will buy the aforementioned book and go from there. I’ll check back next week after my Tuesday appointment. Thank you again!

SOURCES: WebMD Feature: “With Fruits and Veggies, More Matters.” 2005 U.S. Dietary Guidelines. Elizabeth Ward, MS, RD, author, The Pocket Idiot’s Guide to the New Food Pyramids. Elaine Magee, MPH, RD,author, Comfort Food Makeovers. Brian Wansink, PhD, professor and director, Cornell Food and Brand Lab, Ithaca, N.Y.; author, Mindless Eating. Barbara Rolls, PhD, professor of nutritional sciences; and director, laboratory for the study of human ingestive behaviors, Penn State University; and author, The Volumetrics Eating Plan.

If you are interested in learning more about the diet, and want to learn how to successfully implement it, we got you covered!This diet does have a ton of pitfalls and challenges that you’ll encounter as you start to change your life, and most people give up on the Paleo Diet within a few days!

Nathalie – I’d say first of all, try to eat more frequently to get used to not letting your blood sugar get too low. That way you won’t have to go to ice cream extremes. Being on Paleo Plan might help your situation, honestly. It helps to keep you on track and on schedule. Also check into Dr. Richard Bernstein’s books. Try having (very) baked sweet potatoes on hand for low blood sugar moments to see if that works at all.

If you are on a limited budget and can’t always afford the organic produce, supplementation is vital in my opinion. For if your lacking the minerals and vitamins that veggies supply you body will make you eat until you get them.

In 2004, the Sacred Heart Hospital in Canada issued a formal statement denouncing the Sacred Heart diet and denying any involvement in the creation of the diet plan, according to EveryDiet.org. The American Heart Association and the Sacred Heart Medical Center also deny any association with the Sacred Heart Diet. If you are a cardiac patient who is waiting to undergo surgery, do not follow a seven-day rapid weight loss plan unless you have specific instructions from your surgeon. The diet is lacking in calories, protein and various vitamins and minerals that keep your body healthy and strong during surgery.

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I am 3 weeks postpartum and have already lost all the baby weight I gained. I am 5’6″ and weight 140. I would like to lose 15lbs and started Paleo about 6 days ago. The scale has not budged one pound. Will the hormones from pregnancy affect my progress?

Many typical lunch foods—cold cuts, cured meats, pizza and soup—are high in sodium, so keep that in mind. You probably want to pack your own. These are a few delicious lunch ideas you’ll want to whip up:

Aim to drink about 64 oz or 2 L of fluids daily.[8] This general rule of thumb is a good place to start. However, you may notice you need slightly more or less depending on your weight and activity level.

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Where theres a will, theres a way. Try swimming. Check out exercises that you can do sitting. Be slow, gradual and persistent. Find a movement that does not hurt and do it over and over again. Consider it exercise. At your age, all movement counts as exrcise. So move. Good luck.

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

I have followed the cardiac diet before just for a quick detox. The last time I followed the diet I got a major headache on the 4th day. I do not eat banana’s is there another fruit I can eat that I can substitute the bananas? I was thinking avocado or canteloupe?

My husband and I started “paleo” as an 8 week challenge with my crossfit gym. That was over 18 months ago. Love the energy and sense of wellness from eating this way. Planning ahead is the key. Cooking in large batches and freezing the extra is a life saver. Enjoy!

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Switch to Lighter Alternatives. Whenever you can, use the low-fat versions of salad dressings, mayonnaise, dairy products, and other products. “You can trim calories effortlessly if you use low-fat and lighter products, and if the product is mixed in with other ingredients, no one will ever notice,” says Magee. More smart substitutions: Use salsa or hummus as a dip; spread sandwiches with mustard instead of mayo; eat plain roasted sweet potatoes instead of loaded white potatoes; use skim milk instead of cream in your coffee; hold the cheese on sandwiches; and use a little vinaigrette on your salad instead of piling on the creamy dressing.

I am not sure how to proceed. I have a lot of weight to lose and I need to get started asap! I want to make paleo work for me…..I don’t see any other way of eating that would be sustainable for life other than eating paleo. The only thing I can think of to try is to reduce my fat and up my protein. I don’t want to be hungry all the time and I don’t know what else to do. This is so frustrating. Mentally I feel great but I have GOT to lose this weight.

After 24 years of competing in rodeo and 40 + years of being a cowboy, I have racked up an extensive collection of x-rays and the typical getting older aches, pains and old man issues in health. A few years ago a friend got me into the paleo way of eating, I lost 5 pounds the first month. After a year, I was down from 250 to 200 pounds. My bad cholesterol was down to 75 and my good cholesterol was up to 50. Blood tests were all perfect, and a minor thyroid issue was gone. The cardiologist said I had the heart of a 20 year old. After the first year on paleo I returned to the gym and after 6 months in the gym I was down to 175 before muscle weight gain took me up to 185. The aches and pains, arthritis, gut health has all improved in a major way. I grow all my own veggies, fruits and nuts organically. I raise organically or hunt my own meat. Mostly because I don’t trust even the organic grocery stores. We preserve naturally our crops for off season consumption. At this time we have a 1/2 acre garden, two breeding cows for beef, 5 breeding doe goats for meat and a breeding pair of hogs for meat and two dozen laying hens along with whatever deer, wild turkeys, bear, and fish that I hunt and fish. Due to demand from friends and family the garden will increase in size to 1.5 acres this spring.

Luckily my husband had a revelation that “he needed to change his ways”, so we both signed up with a personal trainer; our personal trainer introduced us to the paleo diet. We started the last week of January and I am now down 20 lbs. since then; husband has lost 10 but doesn’t need to lose any more weight.

Conversely, of course, if you’re not exercising at all, or doing just a little bit low impact exercise (walking – even really quickly ;), your body could just need a kick in the pants. Sometimes a bit of intense weight lifting, sprints, or some kind of high intensity interval training (CrossFit-type workouts) is just what your insulin levels and muscle fibers need to get things moving.

Studies find that the more you eat in the morning, the less you’ll eat in the evening. And you have more opportunities to burn off those early-day calories than you do to burn off dinner calories. Just don’t make these healthy breakfast mistakes that can ruin your good intentions.

Not much of a coffee drinker? Tea is also a natural diuretic, and types of herbal tea such as dandelion or fennel root can also lend a hand. In fact: When a recent study compared the metabolic effect of green tea (in extract) with that of a placebo, researchers found that the green-tea drinkers burned about 70 additional calories in a 24-hour period.

Breakfast Pizza – No leftover cold pizza for you! You get a hot, fresh pizza to start your day and keep you feeling satisfied until lunch. This is the sort of meal that will make you wonder if you’re even on a diet anymore. But this is a real beauty, giving you eggs, bacon, spinach, and tomatoes for plenty of protein, nutrients, and antioxidants.

Thanks Chris for addressing this topic. While I listened to PaleoCon I noticed so many of the “I lost 12 lbs without trying” were people who switched from SAD to Paleo. Makes me wonder if the simple act of -intervention- to their diet was 75% of the catalyst to their weight loss? Another driver to their weight loss is of course the satiating food on Paleo, as compared to sugar highs and lows on SAD.

Advocates of the diet believe it can reduce the risk of modern health issues, pointing out that hunter-gathers did not face the same diseases that people today do, such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

So how do you keep a Paleo diet simple? Stick to the basics of a healthy meal: a protein like meat or fish, plenty of non-starchy vegetables, whole foods carbohydrates from root vegetables or fruit, and some healthy fat. Although I love a delicious gourmet meal as much as the next person, it’s easy to go overboard with delicious Paleo recipes. If you’re trying to lose weight, you’re better off cooking simple dishes that don’t have a bunch of extra ingredients and additional flavoring, and saving those recipes for special occasions or a nice weekend dinner.

For the calories in one kid-size box of apple juice, you can enjoy an apple, orange, and a slice of watermelon. These whole foods will keep you satisfied much longer than that box of apple juice, so you’ll eat less overall. Check out these other healthy food swaps you never thought of.

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I have discovered butternut squash this week. I don’t know where this little gem has been hiding my whole life, but it’s absolutely divine. I’ve been eating it almost single day, just cubed and roasted in a little bit of olive oil.

If you feel yourself getting hungry, ask yourself, have I drank enough water? You could be feeling hungry when your body is really just craving hydration. “Carrying a water bottle you, drinking a full glass of water prior to a meal, and drinking herbal tea (particularly in cooler weather) are great strategies to work with,” Lowe said, adding that you should be getting at least two and a half to three liters of water a day.

How long do you think it would take for me to at least tone up? Look slimmer? It is always hard for me to stick to things unless I see results. But I will keep pushing through as much as possible. Thank you for any tips or feedback! 🙂

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