Eating well should lead to weight loss. Eating SADly, often doesn't.
What are your thoughts on a joining Paleo "WeightWatchers" style meetingss to help you reach your goal?
For folks that are interested in losing weight and keeping it off, would you be interested going to a local support group for accountability from peers, paleo coaches and having a workout plan designed by a personal trainer?
This would help people through the spectrum of WAPF, Primal, Paleo, low carb, GAPS etc.
1- What if this was done not locally but online via webcams or conference calls? Would this be more/less helpful to you?
2- Would a secular mindfulness based stress reduction and meditation component be interesting for emotional eaters?
3- What else would you like to see or not see in a group like this?
To be honest I don't like how focused this diet is on weight loss. I know that a lot of people come here for that but weight loss and health are usually synonymous.
I think a reason paleo gets a bad rep is because it's seen as a diet when in reality it's a lifestyle, and it's quite frustrating when most question regard weight loss
I might get repped down for this but it's how I feel
Health > weight loss
I think it would be a nice change to have someone to shares my struggles and successes with. It would also be lovely to share ideas and ask questions to real life people. Fabulous idea.
I think it's a good idea. Though I agree that eating well should lead to weight loss, I would appreciate having someone to bounce ideas off of and just to commiserate with. Sometimes I feel like I'm the only one who isn't an athlete or for whom the weight isn't falling off like gangbusters.
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