Preferably some tips besides obvious once like breastfeeding them and not letting them sit by the computer or television all day. Should they get a shot of vitamin-K at birth? Should day have a comforter/pacifier? A baby bouncer? Vaccination?... (more)
Hello everyone! I have been on Paleo for about a month and a half now and have been very very strict. I feel amazing and will never go back to how I ate before. Over the last two weeks my weight loss seems to have stalled. Within the first 3... (more)
The best thing you can do, in my opinion, is wait. 1.5 months is not that long and given you lost 15 pounds in 3 weeks, this means you have stalled for about 3 weeks now. I would say 15 pounds gone after 1.5 months is a very good result. Paleo is... (more)
Two kinds of stretches I really want to be able to do are: Be able to do (almost) full splits. Both on side and front. -> Right now, I am more than a foot off the ground! Be able to touch my toes comfortably without bending my knees. -> Right... (more)
Hi Hackers, I'm a huge proponent of ditching the scale. I don't actually care about my weight, but am in the position of being in a workplace weight-loss competition and everyone at the office is eagerly watching the results of "the bacon guy,"... (more)
Your success will be 3 months when you're still losing weight and they've gained theirs back. But you probabl shouldn't listen to me, I think competitions have too high a possibility of participants abusing themselves over it.
I've gone through years of crash-dieting, over-exercising and even low-fat, vegan dieting (shudder). Then when I went on paleo, I over-did carb restriction and ketosis so I messed up my thyroid and gained even more weight. I've recently decided to... (more)
I've been waiting since last AUGUST for this! http://ketopia.com/nutrient-density-sticking-to-the-essentials-mathieu-lalonde-ahs12/ What about the nutrient density index surprised you? What effect (if any) will the index have on your diet? For... (more)
For me it's: To include gelatin in my diet for perfect 4's on the Bristol Stool Chart. Eat more cholesterol when resistance training/HIIT because there is a direct linear correlation between cholesterol intake and strength gains, muscle... (more)
Lets eliminate down votes because at the end of the day they have no purpose except to annoy when someone answers a questions honestly and with facts but people just do not agree and get aggravated. Second, lets move higher voted answers to the... (more)
So I've started introducing some starchy carbs (sweet potato, rice) into my diet after stagnating at 10% bf for good 6 months despite attempting to progressively reduce overall caloric intake. I have decided to track my blood sugar levels using a... (more)
The amazon hack got me thinking. I love PaleoHacks and want to support it. Judging by some of the ads being shown I doubt that PH is making that much money off them. How about creating a Amazon Product page on PH where we buy the products through... (more)
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Hi everyone I've been eating paleo for about 3.5 months now. I do have some auto-immune diseases (celiac, PCOS, hypothyroid, & raynauds) and I feel great since going paleo. I have lost about 15 easy lbs since starting and still have about 25... (more)
Do you keep a journal to record things like meals, workouts, etc.? I find it helps incredibly with remembering things and tracking progress. I have a small ruled notebook with me most of the time and I record anything that I want in it. A recent... (more)
"The extraordinary intelligence of the biological organism is all that is necessary for good living, but we are all the time interfering with its natural operation through the medium of thought...When the movement in the direction of becoming... (more)
Just got my 23andme data back -- would love to know what is the best way to get the most actionable data out of it. What should I look at that will let me make a change in my diet, lifestyle, fitness today? Anything? (more)
I tolerate dairy pretty well and consider myself lacto-paleo. One of my favorite on-the-go meal hacks is to simply eat a ball of mozzarella cheese from a grocery store. This provides about 40g of fat and 40g of protein, plus a ton of vitamins... (more)
..No thank you! I felt I needed to express my extreme gratitude for Paleo Hacks and its hackers. PH has so quickly become a priceless tool for me and my journey to optimal health and living. I have been quietly (addicted to) reading (more like... (more)
1) You spend a plurality, if not a majority of your surfing time on this site. This is significant statement given the amount of time you spend on other sites. You realize that possibly the only positive to the deep slumber of Kurt Harris is that... (more)
You know by heart the exact time of day that your votes reset so that you can start voting again. You keep a mental (or physical) list of the posts that need votes once your get votes to give again.
I want to become significantly more flexible than I am now. Sitting in front of a laptop 20 out 24 hours, definitely not helping. :( My main, hyper-tight areas are psoas, hip flexors, and posterior chain. I suspect I need to re-do the way I... (more)
Just curious if you would consider yourself to be...ahem...I mean consider some other poor sap to be a "paleo poseur". This question is asked entirely lightheartedly as I consider myself to be one in many ways. Example, something that I...uh...a... (more)
I like to read PaleoHacks questions as they are published - when they come to my Google Reader stream in my PC or my smartphone. If you have an RSS reader ("blog reader") or reader app that you like, simply plug http://paleohacks.com/feeds into... (more)
I read about dopamine in connection to food/brain reward pathways all the time. My question is about folks trying to break free of SAD patterns/cravings. People in such a position will be trying to eat paleo whole foods that don't provide the... (more)
one non paleo thing that actually works is Maca in your smoothies. It really decreases cortisol and increase progesterone. Also can boost Testosterone in some folks.