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One of my problems is I cannot abide fish – any cooked fish. I cannot choke it down. So my question is, do you have substitute suggestions for the fish-heavy meals? I notice in the first day both tuna and salmon are served. Is it as simple as finding an alternate protein source or substituting a recipe from later in the meal plan that is more appealing?

I loved this article! This question is something I ponder a lot and I think your responses are on target. How did you figure that out about beef? I’d never think that a type of meat could give me those symptoms.

Diet diary: I had a breakthrough moment this week. For 11 weeks, I have gone ballistic choosing my cheat meal. I’ve gorged until I feel sick because I’ve gone into mode thinking that it is my only chance to eat everything I love. Somewhere in my head it was as dramatic as my last meal on earth.

Military diet facilitates healthy weight loss i.e. you lose fat and not water when you are on the military diet. This is because every meal of the military diet is a low-calorie meal with a proper mix of carbohydrates, proteins and dietary fat which aids fast burning of fats.

By switching from a bowl of cold, dried cereal to one of hot whole-grain cereal and fruit, you’d take in approximately 100 fewer calories each day. That one simple change to your daily diet could help you drop about 10 pounds in one year. Plus, hot cereal has more “staying power.” It tends to fill you up better – and longer – than dried cereal.

Furthermore, Dr. Cordain advocates an 85/15 rule which allows a little leeway for foods that aren’t strictly Paleo. This helps some people stay Paleo much longer term than they would otherwise. If zero sugar works for you, great! Everyone’s Paleo is a bit different and we all have to find what works best for ourselves.

So start with good information: you need to know how many calories you should eat each day for your individual level of activity, and then you’ll need to find ways to stay within your limits. To lose weight, you must use up more calories than you take in. One pound is approximately 3,500 calories.  To successfully and healthfully lose weight—and keep it off—most people need to subtract about 500 calories per day from their diet to lose about 1 pound per week.

Even if you try to eat homemade as much as possible, unavoidable situations—like a client dinner—are bound to pop up. When that happens, find ways to make them work for you (make dining out less stressful with these must-follow rules). Scope out the menu or call the restaurant ahead of time to figure out what you can order. Or, if it’s a situation where people are less likely to notice that you’re not nibbling (like a cocktail party), just eat before you go and sip something Whole30-approved that could pass for a mixed drink, like seltzer with lime. 

Meticulous meal planning. Counting every calorie you consume. Spending an entire weekend cooking healthy meals for the following week. Finding even more time to exercise. Sure, these weight-loss strategies work, but they can be awfully time consuming. Enter our slacker’s guide to weight loss. The following 16 no-effort tweaks can be applied to your current routine instantly.

Being on a diet when surrounded by temptation in New York is tough, but so far it’s going well thanks to the support of my amazing friends. My friend Patricia gave me a beautiful new business suit that is a size smaller than my size right now. She said that she wants me to use it as a transition piece and then donate it to someone who needed it when I was too thin for it. It was such a sweet gesture and I can’t wait to wear it!

You probably know that we gain weight when we eat more calories than our bodies can use. But you might not know that this doesn’t need to be a huge excess. Eating just 10% more calories than we need on a daily basis would lead to significant weight gain over time. And that might only be a few bites extra at each meal, which would be hardly noticeable.

Sure, you can lose weight quickly. There are plenty of fad diets that work to shed pounds rapidly — while leaving you feeling hungry and deprived. But what good is losing weight only to regain it? To keep pounds off permanently, it’s best to lose weight slowly. And many experts say you can do that without going on a “diet.” Instead, the key is making simple tweaks to your lifestyle.

The answer to your question is really subjective on you, your lifestyle, etc. I’m not trying to give a dodgy answer, but it’s really more trial and error than anything else. I’d like a simpler answer, but I’ve found that it really varies from one person to another.

There’s a funny thing that happens during my paleo reset programs.  Most people start off with an initial goal to shed weight. Maybe it’s just a few kilos, maybe it’s a few stone. Regardless, it’s a wildly popular goal. That’s not the funny part, though.

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I’m about to start the slow carb diet, as I have a good 20-25 lbs to loose. My question is post diet. Let’s say I loose the weight and decide to start eating carbs in a reasonable manner, will that be ok. People tell me dieting doesn’t work as all the lost pounds will be gained back. How can one prevent that?

Vladimir, good recommendation. Turkey (or ostrich, if you can find it) is a great alternative. For those adventurous souls looking for lower-fat and high-protein red meat besides beef, I also recommend bison (American buffalo).

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