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“People are provided with counselling which may help with the emotional side of eating and weight loss, which can be beneficial in the long-term. Some people find it very simple and fuss-free as they are provided with meal replacements.

Me and my husband just started this diet and I had a question regarding a few things you are and are not allowed to consume. 1st – is it ok to use vinegar on salads as well as olives? Are nuts allowed at all? Are there any restrictions as to how much calorically should be consumed men vs woman? Can butter substitutes and spices be used?

Avocados, nuts, seeds, coconut oil and other sources of fats add significant calories to paleo diets. Fat has nine calories per gram, as opposed to the four calories per gram in carbohydrates or protein. Adding fat to every meal is easy and often makes them tastier. For example, cook chicken in coconut oil, sprinkle nuts and seeds on salads or eat an avocado with breakfast; a whole, 7-ounce avocado has 322 calories, 4 grams of protein and 29.5 grams of mostly heart-healthy fats.

Yeah, that does seem rather aggressive, although the math works pretty good. 180 days at a 900 cal deficit divided by the standard 3300 cals per pound lost equals 49 pounds. For good measure I’m throwing in cutting out beer drinking which accounts for an additional 3500 cals a week minimum.

I just had a conversation with my beautiful cousin, Meg about calories. She’s thin as a rail and has always had a sweet tooth. She decided a while back to cut out some of the candy and other junk food she was eating, and instead opt for a healthier snack of nuts and dried mango. Well, she ended up gaining 7 pounds on a small frame in a short period of time because she was overeating those “healthy” foods. The moral of the story is that it doesn’t matter how healthy your food is; if you eat too much of it, you’re going to gain weight.

Of course, if people would stop thinking of weight loss in terms of caloric restriction in the first place, this wouldn’t be such a problem. I do find my weight loss slows down if my calories are too low. Although I’m not sure it’s the caloric restriction causing the problem; rather, I don’t see how you’re going to get in all the nutrients you need every day when you’re not even eating enough food to meet your energy requirements.

Oleksandra Naumenko/ShutterstockPortion control is the unsexy basis of weight loss. But while that makes sense in theory, when you’re faced with the reality of a gallon of ice cream and a bowl, how exactly are you supposed to know how much a half-cup serving really is? Fortunately, taking the guesswork out of portion control is as easy as buying a set of dishes or containers that are calibrated to measure out a single serving of different types of foods. Another option is to buy food prepackaged into single-servings, like frozen entrees. People who used outside measures of portion control lost considerably more weight than those who tried to figure it out on their own in a study published in Obesity. These are the best portion control tricks for weight loss.

I dont look at weight, or even a scale. I look at how my clothes fit, how I have energy and how I have returned to being human – I didnt know what that meant until I went Paleo. I started thinking for myself and accepting that my thoughts were never going to be in line with the large food conglomerates who have poisoned our notion of what “good” food is. I am happy! So, let me leave you with my current thought: Processed Food: Its like second hand smoke for all the other organs of your body.

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Nuts are of course delicious and are Paleo, but they again can easily be overeaten. In particular, many Paleo desserts, breads, etc. contain a lot of nut flours. So, you could easily consume a ton of nuts without even realizing it. Limit nuts to a handful per day when you’re trying to lose weight.

The diet encourages up to 13lb a week weight loss in the first 2 weeks, which is not sustainable, and is likely to be a lot of water loss rather than true fat loss, which you will regain as soon as you come off the diet.

I’m puzzled about “eating enough” vs. “intermittent fasting”. Since the advice to lose weight with Paleo is always to make sure you’re eating enough, yet on another front, experts say intermittent fasting is helpful for weight loss, how does your metabolism not slow down when you’re fasting versus just eating less when it’s the same thing? Definitely confusing.

I was diagnosed with RA as well at age 32. We just lost a full term pregnancy as well due to a complication of identical twins and I don’t want to go on meds due to the toxicity to the body for when we start trying to conceive. I was in a horrible flare right after pregnancy and now (3.5 months later) with all the diet modifications I am doing much better. Still very stiff in the morning and after sitting. But actually just start as well and have seen results. I am making bone broth as well. Dr Mercola speaks of great benefits for RA. This is really a life overhaul going gluten, grain, dairy and soy free. I am walking though so that is improvement!

Danielle – you may be experiencing what they call the carb-flu its basically your body detoxing from the carbs and sugar that we are no longer eating. How long have you tried eating this way? Usually the carb-flu will last about a week or so but for some it can take a couple of weeks before you start feeling really good – hard to deal with but is so worth it once you get over that hump! Another suggestion would be upping your fat intake and make sure you are getting plenty of sleep. research is showing more and more how very important the sleep aspect is for our health! Good luck I hope this helps!

“Vary your vegetables each day and try to pick more of the non-starchy options [like potatoes and sweet potatoes],” says Kelly. “I find that often the white or beige vegetables are forgotten about and viewed as not as nutritious, but these foods, such as onion, cauliflower, and mushrooms, are incredibly healthy.” She also recommends:

Agreed, being doing it myself for like 20 years now, had my share of lessons by changing things, like subtracting ingredients or swapping days. among other things Those were my trial and error days and it cost me many hardships. If you don’t follow it to a “T” and make changes, you’re only cheating yourself of the better results you could of achieved.

Thanks Paula – let me know how everything goes. You might want to take a look at this article if you haven’t read it: https://paleoflourish.com/definitive-guide-to-the-paleo-autoimmune-protocol-aip/ It’s all about paleo autoimmune.

Well it’s a matter of semantics then, because I have a much greater problem eliminating grains than doing portion control. Being able to eat unlimited Paleo foods but not allowed to eat grains would be something that would require a lot of “trying” on my part. It would not come easy. In fact it would be damn near impossible and I’d probably go jump off a bridge …

The only downside to CLA is that it is gotten from sunflower seed oil. The ideal CLA would be gotten from grass fed animals. It would be more safer and healthier since that is the kind most research of CLA is based on.

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 went Paleo back in 2012 lost 60 lbs kept it off for over a year. Started eating a little here a little there until 25 lbs has crept back on. I started paleo again the week after Christmas and this time it seems really hard. I have only lost 6lbs in the last 2 months. Some of my clothes fit better but not a huge difference for anyone to notice. I am doing everything I did the first time. I am even exercising more now and doing a few weights at least 3 times a week. I am getting very discouraged. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

First of all, it’s worth re-assessing that “can’t.” By “can’t” do you really mean “I don’t want to make it a priority because Halo 4 is more fun?” Or do you really mean “I don’t want to start because I’m afraid of the weight room?” A huge number of people who “can’t” exercise really can; they just don’t choose to for one reason or another.

Petronella explained the top three causes of slow metabolism are stress, antibiotics and dehydration. In 2012 I was put on strong antibiotics for a year, which apparently kills all the good bacteria in your system.

Exercise is key to most weight loss plans because it helps you burn more calories, and more calories burned equals more pounds lost. But what if you hate exercise? Is it required to lose weight? It certainly helps you stay healthier (by revving your heart rate and building your muscles.) But it is not mandatory. There are ways to lose pounds without exercising. Here’s how:

Yes… I am “eating clean” with Paleo and my nutritionist has me restricted to breads, dairy, pork, legumes and beans (starch makes sugar) (green beans ok), and oranges. I have been on the program 8 weeks as of today and I am 20 lbs down. I take supplements to kill off Candida albicans, parasites and fungal mold. So, any foods that are a contribution to sugar, yeast, mold and glycemic ups and downs, are out! I feel great by the way. Got some ways to go, but I am more than prepared. Hope this helps.

Hi mellisa, I have the same problem as sehrish, Iam 23 y/old with a 4 months old son. Before I get pregnant I was only 67kg. and after I give birth my weight become 81kg which is frustrating. I didn’t breastfeed my child as I don’t have enough milk. Pls give me some advice on what to do I need to lose 20kg at least. Pls help! I just don’t know how to start my diet. 😦

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.

That was about 15 years ago and umteen diets later I still can’t loose that weight. Had some success with extreme diets that had me weak and fainting, but other diets that used to work like Weight Watchers, Atkins, low glycemic, you name it have little to. I impact.

Richard Bach sums it up nicely in Jonathan Livingston Seagull where he writes “A name is a label, and as soon as there is a label, the ideas disappear and out comes label-worship and label bashing, and instead of living by a theme of ideas, people begin dying for labels…”

With that in mind, do you have a “general” recommendation on how often a person in my situation could safely have these types of food items without packing on the pounds? I saw somewhere that a Paleo dessert once a day, when all other meals that day have been Paleo with protein, veg, fat (no nuts, only a small of fruit). Any thoughts on this?

Mast recommends asking yourself the following questions: “Why do you want to be healthier? What would that look like for you? Why is that important to you? How would you feel if you reached those goals? How would that impact the people you love and those who love you? When you get clear on the answers to those questions and continue to remind yourself of why you are getting healthier, it’s much easier to stay on track with making healthy choices on a consistent basis.”

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