I also gained weight on Paleo and I was hungry all the time. I felt miserable and had no energy for my workouts and yoga. As soon as I added grains back in, the symptoms and the weight went away. I am accustomed to being fit, so this was not acceptable to me. I think if we base our diets on whole, real foods and get away from mainstream processed junk, the particulars of what we eat simply vary depending on each person’s own unique physiology.
Consulting with a trusted health care provider who knows your history is a great idea however there is a growing number of doctors and health practitioners who work from an ancestral health perspective and are specialists in functional medicine. You can find Paleo practitioners in your area at http://www.primaldocs.com and http://www.paleophysiciansnetwork.com.
That Dr. Phil book is great! I went out and bought it on your recommendation Tim, because stress eating is a major problem for me. Thanks for pointing it out. The book by the way, is The Weight Solution, The 7 Keys to Weight Loss Freedom.
What you need to pay attention to is the inches that you are losing. If you are working out and eating right and not losing much weight it is very likely that you are gaining muscle weight (which weighs more than fat) and losing inches. Body Fat is based off of your measurements not off of your weight.
I just finished my first week of TSCD … The cheat day was amazing … I ate til I was stuffed and I ate anything that caught my fancy … Now it’s back to the reg 6 days and Im still down from my start weight by 1.5kg . Next “cheat” day I will only eat things that I normally would but dont on the other 6 … the 3 Krispy Kremes rally did me in : )
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…
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, …Read more
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For very long time i believed, like most of us, that more calories in more fat you are, but it’s wrong. I have tried to change my diet and i have verified that’s wrong. Like you said the weight loss is spontaneous, even without doing sport if you eat right you loose weight.
I’m new to Paleo but transitioned easily because I had been eating Keto for 3 months. During that time I lost 18 pounds. I also began exercising more vigorously and consistently (4-5x/week) and that’s when I stalled. I have not moved the scale in a month. I switched to Paleo thinking I needed more carbs but am not finding any luck with this either. I’m sure it’s a macros thing but really struggling with figuring it out. I’m gluten free and very limited sugar (none added, only natural occurring). I’d love any insight.
This can be true for some people, but others are just completely sensitive to sugar and need to avoid all forms. Bioindividuality is an amazing thing! I personally didn’t lose weight OR gain energy and health until I quit all forms of sugar, but some do fine with limited amounts. It’s all about knowing your own body.
I also think it’s more beneficial to track body composition instead of weight on the scale. Eating a high protein diet like paleo makes it easier for your body to create muscle. So while you’re losing fat and excess water from reducing inflammation, you could be gaining dense muscle which makes it look like you’re not losing enough weight. Even if you’re not really increasing your exercise, your body might have a tenancy to pack on muscle when given the right building blocks.
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I started 4 weeks ago. Cut out dairy flour,grains,beans,sugar,pastas and starches. not counting food. Eating when hungry. Fruits, vegtables,meats,fish,nuts as much as I want.lost 16 lbs.in 3 weeks.Feel much better and have more energy.on Sundays I give myself whatever I want but to my surprise I don’t have the cravings I expected to have. Was really surprised I have dropped weight..Gonna continue one week at a time as I learn more. And I have not been working out.