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Mina, apparently soya milk is not so great in e mornign and definitely not sugar. You must must eat protein within half an hour of waking. That means eggs, meat perhaps or a protein shake, with legumes. The protein in the morning makes you burn fat for the rest of the day. Follow the list of foods for the rest of the day and you can eat a lot more than your current list indicates. No need to get hungry and starve yourself.

First, let’s get some Paleo basics down. The word comes from the Paleolithic period, which was over 10,000 years ago — otherwise known of the age of the caveman. The idea, according to U.S. News, is that “if the caveman didn’t eat it, you shouldn’t either.”

Another thing that many people seem to forget is that most people as they get older don’t need as much food. Even if you exercise regularly and keep yourself active you still don’t run around as much and use as much effort as you use to do. Those who ignore this or loudly claim that they have always eaten this way or that way and are not going to give it up usually wind up putting on weight whatever diet they are following.

We’ve seen it hundreds of times. Someone starts a weight loss regimen and immediately gets results. They lose 10, 15 or 20 pounds and then… nothing. The weight loss plateaus even though they are doing exactly what got them results in the first place, and as the results stall, frustration grows. At this point, most people either give up completely or double down on their diet and exercise regimens. We, on the other hand, propose a third solution: sleep. With the widespread use of smart phones, bedroom TV sets and harsh indoor lighting, disrupted circadian rhythms and shoddy sleep are just as common as SAD diets, but somehow the message of getting more (and better) sleep just hasn’t sunk in yet. Nevertheless, eight hours of solid, restful sleep should be priority number one for everyone, and priorities number one, two and three for those who are trying to lose weight. A good starting point for sleep rehab is to turn off the TV at night and instead read or listen to a book. Orange lights that are low in circadian rhythm-disrupting blue light, or blue light-blocking glasses, can also help improve sleep quality. Make sure your room is completely dark at night and at a nice, cool temperature. A solid sleep routine, one that you repeat every night, can also help condition your body and mind so that sleep comes more easily. Like anything, results come from repeated practice, so don’t give up if you aren’t sleeping like a baby right away.

What to try? Eliminate food with added sugar in the labels ingredients list, this includes (sugar, sucrose, fructose, HFCS, inverted sugar, molasses, honey, maple syrup, raw sugar etc) and then check the nutrition list and do not purchase any that show sugars above 4% by weight or volume.

Put into a soup pot 1 can of no-salt-added red beans (drained), 4 cups low-sodium vegetable juice like Knudsen’s Very Veggie Low-Sodium Juice, 2 to 3 teaspoons oregano or Italian-style seasoning, and 2 cups of any veggies you already have sitting in the refrigerator bin, such as carrots, celery, and onions. Rough-chop the vegetables into bite-size pieces and bring to a boil, simmering until vegetables are crisp-tender, about 10 to 15 minutes. If desired, top with a tablespoon of fat-free sour cream.

There is also good science behind why apple cider vinegar would encourage weight loss even more effectively than eating raw apples. In general, acids help with the digestion of protein, the building blocks for some of our hormones, especially growth hormone.

Clean eating is the best described as removing all processed, artificial foods from your diet and focusing on healthy, whole, unprocessed foods. Your body is from nature, bring it back to nature and reap the rewards of eating clean, like living a longer, healthier life, have great glowing skin and hair, fast weight loss and healthy weight maintenance.

As far a bread is concerned, don’t beat yourself up about it. If you follow the 70/30 rule, it allows you to have 3 non-Paleo meals per week. Meaning you can have a few slices of bread per week as long as you don’t go overboard. I would suggest no more than 3 and stick to wholemeal.

Salad comes with your meal; just eat it at the end of your meal. “Rather than taking seconds of the main course, a salad can be a very filling, low-calorie option,” says Debra Wein, RD, president of Wellness Workdays, a leading provider of worksite wellness programs. “By eating it last, it will give your brain a chance to catch up with your stomach so you realize that you aren’t as hungry as when you started your meal. Just make sure you skip the creamy dressings.”

If you keep unhealthy foods on your counter, you are more likely to have an unplanned snack. This is also linked to increased weight and obesity. It’s better to keep healthy foods, like fruits, visible.

One friend of mine had dropped 15 kilos in two months with this diet that obviously worked!  This is put forward as a seven day diet, and although I am not always in favor of ‘crash’ diets, this one does merit some study.  It is reputedly from Sacred Heart Memorial Hospital and is used in their cardiac care unit for overweight patients to lose weight prior to surgery.

Fancy coffee drinks from trendy coffee joints often pack several hundred calories, thanks to whole milk, whipped cream, sugar, and sugary syrups. A cup of regular coffee with skim milk has just a small fraction of those calories. And when brewed with good beans, it tastes just as great. You can also try nonfat powdered milk in coffee. You’ll get the nutritional benefits of skim milk, which is high in calcium and low in calories. And, because the water has removed, powdered milk doesn’t dilute the coffee the way skim milk does. Try these other calorie-free coffee hacks to wean off the bad stuff.

“Pasta” Casserole – Sausage and kale get the starring roles here, but there’s also spaghetti squash filling in for any pasta you may have been expecting. You’ll notice that on Paleo you won’t be missing classic dishes like pasta or spaghetti, you just sub in foods that are better for you so you get more vitamins and minerals, with fewer calories and carbs. The end result is a more satisfying meal and better health.

If you are bored with your diet or feel there are not many options.. I strongly suggest buying some paleo cook books. You do not have to feel like you are missing out on food. Just make a swap for something that will satisfy you. 🙂

My best tips are: • Go at your own speed + comfort level: A lot of people think that they have to lose the weight ASAP or they have to eat 100% paleo right away and that’s not the case. You can slowly lose weight and become paleo! You’ll still get results and for some people moving at a slower pace will help them not only lose the weight but keep it off in the long run! • Work within your budget! Stress = weight gain for a lot of us, so don’t feel like you have to eat 100% organic, grass-fed, pasture raised or what have you if it’s going to wreck your budget which in turn will make you really stressed out! Just work with the budget you have – if that means eating frozen veggies, non-organic produce and store bought meat then rock it out! In the end you’ll still shed the weight and look fabulous! • Ditch the scale – seriously, go break up with him and then toss him in the trash and forget about it!

I prefer to get my carbs from vegetables, sweet potatoes, and fruit. Why is that? These foods are naturally occurring in the wild and don’t need to be processed in any way (unlike grains) in order to be consumed.

Day 4: Bananas and skim milk are god sent and you feel a bit better, eat at least 2 big bowls or 3 small bowls of soup even though that now you’re really starting to get fed up with the soup. Come on, you’ve got 4 days done, don’t give up and hold fast. Only 3 days to go, you can do this! Leave the scale alone!

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!

I’m on Day 8 and I’m out. I’ve lost 2 pounds, but I’m pretty sure that would have happened by just giving up sugary treats — I’ve more than made up the caloric difference in increased protein foods. My mood has been nasty, I’ve had headaches all week, my workouts have been hellish, and I’ve been absolutely obsesssed with food.

Birmingham Alabama Diet – Three Day Cardiac (fad) Diet – designed to give you a quick-start to Weight Loss. We’ve used it, and find it to be successful! Since it works on the concept of chemical breakdown, no substitutes should be made. Salt and pepper

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 Ultimate Weight Solution, The 7 Keys to Weight Loss Freedom.

The best approach for weight loss is reducing the number of calories you eat while increasing the number of calories you burn through physical activity. To lose 1 pound, you need an expenditure of approximately 3,500 calories. You can achieve this either by cutting back on your food consumption, by increasing physical activity, or ideally, by doing both.

Skimmed Milk: Being rich in calcium, milk and dairy products keep your bones strong. If you wish to lose weight, choose skimmed milk, low fat cheese or yoghurt as these products help break down fat cells.

In a diet of 2000 calories, then, we would need 1000 calories from fat, and some sources say more, that the ratio should be 80% fat calories, but that might cause too much fat-burning too fast, there might be a metabolic reaction.

Not only do you not have to count calories, you don’t have to purposely restrict fat or carbohydrates, though you’ll naturally eat fewer carbs, simply because Paleo eliminates the highly processed and refined carbs (like flour and sugar) that are such a big part of the Standard American Diet. But there’s no need to strictly avoid any particular macronutrient.

Sugar . . . .none? I do my best to keep it to a minimum, and do not have any refined sugar in the house. Using less and less honey – and the fruit – well, I’m borderline on what would probably be considered “just the right amount” – (what-ever that is), but with the a.m. green drink – the berries and/or peach/banana – in my mind – moderate, just can’t go all green. Nuts….and here I thought the brazil nuts were good for selenium but maybe the oil/fat is the downside – Anyway, this is hard!

One good example of the benefits of the Paleo diet is a 2007 study published in the “Diabetology” journal. In the study, researchers looked at how two popular diets (the Paleo diet and the Mediterranean diet) affected 29 patients who suffered from both heart disease and high blood sugar. Some of the patients had type 2 diabetes, while others had glucose intolerance but not full-blown diabetes. After 12 weeks, the patients who were ordered to follow the Paleo diet had significantly improved their glucose tolerance, while the people following the Mediterranean diet had poorer or no results. According to the researchers, these results happened independently of whether the patients lost weight – a testimony to the health benefits of the Paleo diet.

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