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Yes, you need to explain that. Because usually losing weight implies counting calories, or limiting fat, or “watching” what you eat, or exercising more. Which isn’t the case with a paleo-type diet. I’ve been on a diet since I was 13 years old….I am now 60. I went paleo 3 months ago and for the FIRST time I am NOT on a diet. I eat anything I want, as much as I want, anytime I want, and still lose weight. That is what Chris is saying when he says “without trying”!!

According to Well Being Journal Jan/Feb 2013, pg 4 an article titled Diabetes, Fats, and Carbohydrates, the sidebar article states “A healthy amount of good (saturated and olive oil) in a daily regimen of 2,000 calories would consist of at least eight tablespoons of these fats in order for you to get JUST HALF (caps mine) of your calories from fats. One tablespoon of coconut oil or other healthy fat generally equals about 130 calories”.

Many things: Geetha, if you are not dieting and have lost much weight in a short while you should see a physician or clinic. You can take antacids or over the counter acid blockers as a trial, avoid alcohol and very acidic or greasy foods and don’t lie flat (use pillows) to keep acid in your stomach. But bottom line is that very fast weight loss can be dangerous and you need to know why this is happening. …Read more

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I have to say that since going paleo the weight loss has been significant. Not only have I lost weight around my waist, I really feel far more energetic – I don’t have the allergic reactions, especially hay fever or heavy head and I have so much more energy.

On day 3 you should have a minimal weight loss, between 2-3 lbs at least. You’ve done what pretty much everybody does, modifying the original to make it easier. Don’t worry, I’ve done it and many others will do it too.

You already know to get your dressing on the side because restaurants tend to drown salads with too much. (Learn more ways a salad can make you fat.) But instead of pouring it on or even dipping the leaves in, do the “fork dip.” Stick the tongs of an empty fork into the dish of dressing before skewering any salad. You’ll be surprised by how much flavor you’ll get, but with way fewer calories.

“The ‘Paleo Diet’, based upon the contemporary food groups (fresh fruits, vegetables, grass produced meats, fish, seafood, eggs, and nuts) our Stone Age ancestors ate but still available at all supermarkets, helps people who are overweight to achieve normal and healthful body weights. Here are the main physiological and nutritional reasons for body weight normalization:

I think everyone is unique and some snippet of my DNA makes me less efficient at burning fat. After living in my body 50plus years I see what works for me. Personally I don’t full sated when I eat fat. I just want to eat more. But a whole plate of steamed brocolli or cauliflower. Then I feel full.

The Paleo diet consists of “wild foods” – foods that would have been eaten by hunter-gatherer tribes. This means fish, grass-fed meats and game meats are all acceptable, but farm-raised animals should be excluded. Vegetables and fruits are also acceptable, but there are variations on which ones are acceptable – some versions of the Paleo diet say you’re only allowed “wild fruits” such as berries, while others make more concessions. Some versions of the Paleo diet recommend raw eating, but cooking your foods is perfectly acceptable. Eggs, nuts, seeds and anything else you could pick up (gather), such as roots and fungi, are also acceptable foods in the Paleo diet.

“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.”

My husband and I starting following a paleo eating style in September, 2014. I have lost about 20 pounds and have maintained that since early December. Early on, during my research, one author suggested to follow and 80/20 plan, striving to eat clean at least 80% of the time. I think this mind set has really helped me stick to the program. Knowing that I have limited, not eliminated foods makes it much easier for me. I find that I don’t even want the foods that are not part of the plan. But, hey, if I want to have a cookie I have one and don’t beat myself up over it.

I have always been what most would consider a “big girl”. In January 2016, I weighed 222 lbs (around 95 kilograms), which is quite overweight for a woman my height. I wasn’t always this weight though. In my teenage years, I weighed only 140 pounds and I felt much healthier and happier.

Number 2 is so important. I was stuck in the trap of ‘too much’ for YEARS. Kept seeing others do less, eat more and somehow be leaner. You then work harder to get the desired results and the whole thing becomes a vicious cycle. Worse still you begin to suspect you have some kind of metabolic issue!

The problem is that to lose body fat, we need to be in what’s called a “calorie deficit” for an extended period of time. This means that the number of calories entering our body (i.e. what we eat and drink) have to be lower than the calories being used by our body (i.e. general metabolism and physical activity).

Drink water, tea and and other no-calorie beverages in place of fruit juice, soda, beer, wine and other beverages that provide extra calories. Depending on your habits, this change alone can cut a few hundred calories a day. Have a glass or two of water 20 minutes before meals to fill up and eat less.

Members are provided with a list of ‘free’ foods, which they can eat at will, and ‘syn’ foods, which are restricted but not completely outlawed. The idea is to persuade dieters away from high-fat foods without asking them to radically change their eating habits.

A hectic schedule, challenging job, family drama—whatever the reason for your stress, it may be the underlying cause of your weight loss struggles. That’s because of the stress hormone called cortisol, which may increase the amount of fat your body stores away.  In fact, research has shown that higher levels of cortisol have been linked to greater amounts of visceral fat.

When you cut back calories, your body fights back in a number of ways, he says. First and foremost, you get hungry. “Hunger is very powerful and very primal,” he says (as anyone who’s ever felt “hangry” knows). “You can ignore it for a few days or weeks or months, or trick it by drinking lots of water or going for a walk, but it’s very hard to ignore it permanently.”

Back in the day, these adaptations ensured the survival of the species – without them, we wouldn’t be here at all. Unfortunately for us, our food environment has changed faster than our bodies can keep up. We’re adapted for food scarcity, but confronted with overabundance and the constant struggle to limit our consumption. At the same time, these foods lack in nutrition what they provide in calories, so we gain weight even though we’re also malnourished! Talk about a double whammy!

Eating leafy greens is a great way to increase the volume of your meals, without increasing the calories. Numerous studies show that meals and diets with a low energy density make people eat fewer calories overall (5).

This is called the Food Reward Hypothesis. Basically it goes like this: the foods available in the modern world are more intensely stimulating than anything our brains evolved to deal with. Most people innately find certain tastes and textures (sweetness, saltiness, crunchiness…) pleasurable; this pleasure is called food reward. Highly processed foods overwhelm our brains with a level of food reward that they simply can’t handle, creating a kind of food addiction and throwing our natural taste for healthy foods completely out of balance.

Once you’ve decided to switch to the Paleo diet, you need to spend some time rebuilding your pantry. That means throwing away all processed snacks and replacing them with unsalted nuts and seeds, dried fruits, nut butters, banana and plantain chips (no sugar added). If you miss potato chips, you can get a similar texture from cassava root or taro root chips. They available at most health food stores.

I’m not eating comfort foods or any kind of potatoes. I’m not over eating and not starving. I move around a lot during the day so not sedentary. I rarely eat nuts and no seeds other than a little bit of tahini on my salad with homemade oil and vinegar dressing used sparsely. I don’t eat bacon and rarely avocado. I don’t eat a lot of fruit either. This is my second time around doing a Paleo diet and my weight is going up and down like a yo yo. I went down 2 lbs in 2 weeks and now I am up to where my weight loss is about .8 from where I started the diet. It is extremely frustrating considering my husband lost about 6 lbs on the diet and he is eating nuts and peanut butter with apple snacks and more food than I am.

For example, almond flour and coconut flour are allowed in the Paleo diet. You’ll have to learn how to bake with them (they require different preparation and cooking times than regular white flour), but once you get used to them, they’ll be a great substitute. While you can’t have white sugars, you can use agave syrup and maple syrup in baking. Applesauce is also a great natural sweetener and can be used in cooking but also as a sweetener in sauces or as a “dip” for fruits or veggies.

Decide on some nonfood rewards for yourself when you reach interim goals. For examples, at the end of the first week of healthy eating or after the first 5 pounds lost, buy yourself a new DVD, app, or book.

I’d love to know more about the nitty gritty behind weight loss and paleo. I see many people say how the pounds just melt off…. Not for me. I’ve been following a Paleo diet for almost a year, and I have not lost any weight. Before switching to Paleo, I was already sugar and gluten-free, so giving up grains and legumes was not such a big deal.

Although it may be tough to source wild turkey, you can buy organic and feel confident that you’re still adhering to the paleo lifestyle. A quarter-pound turkey burger patty contains 140 calories, 16 grams of protein and eight grams of fat. Additionally, turkey is rich in DHA omega-3 acids—18 mg per serving—which have been shown to boost brain function, improve your mood and turn off fat genes, preventing fat cells from growing in size. Just make sure you buy white meat only; dark contains too much fat. Turkey is just one of the 29 Best-Ever Proteins for Weight Loss!

Garlic Breadsticks – Top off the going out to eat feeling by having a serving of garlic breadsticks with your savory scampi. Breadsticks are just one sign that you won’t have to sacrifice a traditional style meal on Paleo, you simply make adjustments to how the breadsticks are made and exclude the ingredients that harm you.

I respectfully disagree. No one is saying paleo is easy for everyone. But it’s not as difficult as it sounds. I eat lots of fruit, vegetables, potatoes (white and sweet), white rice, eggs, some dairy and meat. I cheat occasionally (mostly at family gatherings), but I feel so MUCH BETTER. That alone makes it easy to stay on this diet. When you’re eating enough fats, protein and safe starches you don’t crave all the sugar, flour and junk foods of the past.

I am changing my entire family to paleo, two teens and my boyfriend as well as myself. They miss bread and sweets, but these recipes will really help. Only issues, one daughter hates coconut, so I will disguise that and see if she notices the taste and he doesn’t like curry, so I will make alternatives and my other daughter misses her sugar and chips. This shall be an adventure to say the least.

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  1. The reasons for going Paleo are multitudinous, running the gamut from disease elimination to exercise optimization and everything in between. With its inflammation crushing power, Paleo is able to handle these tasks with ease, which is why it can be easy to forget that Paleo is the perfect solution to the everyday problem of weight loss. The sad fact is that two out of three adults in the U.S. are obese or overweight, a situation that’s due in no small part to the calorie-rich and nutrient-poor Standard American Diet (SAD). We live in a world where pizza is classified as a vegetable, canola oil is considered “heart healthy” and everything is washed down with soda, so simply going Paleo and ditching all that junk can often be enough to get to a healthy weight. Sometimes you need a little more help, however, and that’s where we come in. By joining forces with top Paleo experts like Mark Sisson, Loren Cordain, Robb Wolf and Jason Seib, Paleo Magazine is providing you with the ultimate guide to losing weight with Paleo.
    I’ll cover that more below too, as it’s one of the pitfalls to avoid with successfully going paleo. If you’re worried about adherence to the diet, I understand – it’s the toughest part of Paleo – sticking with it!
    I was in complete denial about having to change my lifestyle for Paleo… I have candida albicaans in the gut and causes me to retain weight & much more. I managed to lose 40 pounds on my own before being diagnosed & having bad flare-ups with candida. I haven’t been able to shed much more since then, and have about 40 to go! I found a website to give me my proper breakdowns (not this 1800 calorie/day stuff) because I teach anywhere between 7 – 10 fitness classes/week and on top of that I strength train at least twice a week enough to get my heart rate up and going! Now onto having 50g of carbohydrates, +/- 200g of protein & the rest fat… it’s going to be an adjustment over the next few weeks, but am sure the outcome will be good!

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