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Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas. It’s a storage hormone: it stores energy for you to use later (either as glycogen in your muscles, or just in your fat cells). Insulin is produced in response to eating either protein or carbohydrates (not just carbs!), and in healthy people it spikes right after a meal to deal with all the energy you just ate and then settles down again to let you run off your stored energy reserves until your next meal.

If you’re really tired, don’t work out hard that day, and go to sleep early. If you’re not hungry, don’t eat. If you’re done eating and there’s still food on your plate, push the plate away. If you feel weak, lethargic, have achy joints, headaches, feel unmotivated, anxious, depressed, or your athletic performance is waning, those are all signs of overtraining. The cure for overtraining is to stop training so much! 🙂

Day 6, beef and vegetables.  Eat to your hearts content of beef and veggies.  You can even have 2-3 steaks (grilled) if you like with leafy green vegetables.  No baked potato.  Be sure to eat soup at least once.

Of course, a month of clean eating isn’t enough to guarantee that you won’t boomerang back to your old ways. But it’s enough time to lay the foundation for new habits and reorient your taste buds toward healthier foods, Haas says.

Start by knowing how many calories you should be eating and drinking to maintain your weight. Nutrition and calorie information on food labels is typically based on a 2,000 calorie diet. You may need fewer or more calories depending on several factors including age, gender, and level of physical activity.

We often make the wrong trade-offs. Many of us make the mistake of swapping fat for the empty calories of sugar and refined carbohydrates. Instead of eating whole-fat yoghurt, for example, we eat low- or no-fat versions that are packed with sugar to make up for the loss of taste. Or we swap our fatty breakfast bacon for a muffin or donut that causes rapid spikes in blood sugar.

Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry – Let’s keep things simple with this amazing combination of beef and broccoli that rivals the local Chinese place without things like MSG. Use grass-fed beef and you’ll be getting more CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) which helps you burn fat instead of store it. It also helps to eat beef that is more like the sort of meat that Paleolithic man would have eaten, beef that’s been fed a natural diet instead of processed grains that cows would not naturally eat.

Drinking green tea may also be a good weight loss strategy. Some studies suggest that it can rev up the body’s calorie-burning engine temporarily, possibly through the action of phytochemicals called catechins. At the very least, you’ll get a refreshing drink without tons of calories.

Skipping breakfast won’t help you lose weight. You could miss out on essential nutrients and you may end up snacking more throughout the day because you feel hungry. Check out five healthy breakfasts.

You’ve heard of a self-fulfilling prophecy? If you keep focusing on things you can’t do, like resisting junk food or getting out the door for a daily walk, chances are you won’t do them. Instead (whether you believe it or not) repeat positive thoughts to yourself. “I can lose weight.” “I will get out for my walk today.” “I know I can resist the pastry cart after dinner.” Repeat these phrases and before too long, they will become true for you. Try these other daily mantras that can help you reach your goals.

I’ve been eating Paleo for 16 months now, and have close to a dozen health improvements! However, one major problem is that I’ve actually gained about 9-11 lbs. of FAT. Yes, fat, not just overall weight! I used to eat whole wheat products, low fat dairy and low calorie foods. When I switched to Paleo and replaced those with REAL food, I lost muscle definition, gained a spare tire around my mid-section, went up 1 pant size, move slower when sprinting, and I’m just baffled, and scared to continue eating Paleo foods while gaining more and more fat. How long must I wait to see a fat LOSS??

One pound of body fat is made of 3,500 calories, so eliminating 3,500 calories results in one pound of lost weight. Exercise is useful because it burns calories, but it isn’t necessary; neither are diet pills. Just cut calories from your diet to lose weight. To lose 20 pounds with only dietary changes, cut out 70,000 calories from what you currently eat. That probably sounds intimidating, but aim to cut 500 to 1,000 calories per day for weight loss of one to two pounds per week and four to eight pounds per month.

Eat single ingredients (pay attention!!!!!!!). You can eat them at the same meal, just don’t mix them. Example: grass-fed beef, don’t salt it, a PLAIN potato or sweet potato, steamed broccoli. Don’t add fat or sweeteners to your food. ***Your meals should only sound good to you when you are really hungry. If they taste like restaurant appetizers, you are messing it up.***

I see your point. Fortunately it is possible to enjoy food and still be healthy and slim. Takes just a little willpower to stop eating when it tastes best and start again when one gets really hungry, and not sooner 🙂 Well, maybe more than a little willpower 🙂

This is amazing! Looking at those yummy pictures…it seems that you are not having a diet at all! Thank you for sharing your diet plan. A lot of people like us are now inspired to take another step for diet. 🙂

If you eat a carbohydrate-rich meal (lots of pasta, rice, bread, or French fries, for example), your body releases insulin to help with the influx of all this glucose into your blood. As well as regulating blood sugar levels, insulin does two things: It prevents your fat cells from releasing fat for the body to burn as fuel (because its priority is to burn off the glucose) and it creates more fat cells for storing everything that your body can’t burn off. The result is that you gain weight and your body now requires more fuel to burn, so you eat more. Since insulin only burns carbohydrates, you crave carbs and so begins a vicious cycle of consuming carbs and gaining weight. To lose weight, the reasoning goes, you need to break this cycle by reducing carbs.

Great article! I started on modified Paleo ( I still do a bit of cream and cheese ) 6 weeks ago while on vacation. I’m down 9 pounds and happy with the way I’m feeling. My appetite and, therefore, my portion sizes are half of what they were before.

Plenty of diet conscious people consider a hot dog as unhealthy food and try to stay away from it. If you are one of them and looking out for substitutes then try having baloney or deli meat, turkey dogs, and bratwurst. Veggies can switch to soy dogs, Portobello mushrooms, lentils and tofu.

With a slow metabolism, it is difficult and stress can actually make you gain weight. Cut out foods that have high sodium. Sodium will retain the water you drink causing you to gain weight. If you have had something with high sodium, have a banana as its potassium content will help to remove the sodium. Cardio exercise is the best at getting the heart rate up and kicking the fat. Exercise when you get up in the morning, even if you’re doing jumping jacks for a minute or running in place. The heart rate is up and burning calories, which helps boost metabolism. Sprinkle cayenne pepper on your food to boost metabolism as well. Cinnamon also helps metabolize sugar. Calorie count of only 1200 calorie count a day.

I thought you’d be interested in hearing her paleo weight loss secrets so I asked her if she’d be kind enough to agree to answer a few (okay, a zillion) questions and she said yes! Her replies were charming and sassy and thoughtful – it was like having her over for coffee so grab a beverage of your choice and read her story…

It is quite difficult to lose 10 pounds in one week. Losing 10 pounds in three months would be a piece of cake, comparatively speaking. You would still have to exercise regularly and eat a healthy diet though.

Due to meetings and seeing friends, this week I have eaten out a lot. It’s not been so bad because I have been choosing to eat salads – the only naughty bit is the dressings. I haven’t found any apple cider vinegar dressing in restaurants so I have been opting for honey and mustard (this is a compromise because what I really want is ranch sauce).

“I totally cleaned out my pantry. Once I replaced the foods I used to overindulge in, like cream, with lower-cal snacks, such as roasted sunflower seeds or Special K Chocolatey Delight cereal, I began making better choices automatically. Now, I’m slimmer than I was before I had my two kids!” —Lori Feldman, Coconut Creek, FL

To make hummus Paleo friendly you’ve got to get rid of the chickpeas, which requires a little creativity, and we’ve seen everything from zucchini to cauliflower to macadamia nuts or cashews used to replicate the taste and texture. It may take a bit of trial and error on your part, but if you’re a big fan of hummus and have been missing it on the Paleo diet it’s worth the extra effort.

When I was finished I came to my senses and realised I have a sugar addiction – and it’s much more serious than just a love of Oreos and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. When I return to the UK I need to start the Metabolic Balance diet from scratch to get the sugar out of my body.

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