I currently have Sjogrens Syndrome and Rheumatoid arthritis and am curious to see if I can take paleo to the next level by eliminating coffee, eggs, almonds, to see if one of those might be the culprit. I would be willing to test them all... (more)
Hi y'all! I am a freshman at university in Georgia, where to be frank, it is too hot to exercise outside. As a college student, my windows of free time are pretty limited, as well, so it is no longer possible for me to actively be active every... (more)
Try these. 5 minutes every other day: Tabata Sprints. Check minimum health requirements. Once a week is an good starting point. Indoor options include step exercise, static exercise bike, skipping rope, on-the-spot running If Tabata or similar... (more)
Hi All: I am 2 1/2 months into the Paleo autoimmune protocol (no dairy, gluten, grains, nightshades, etc) and can tell that my body is slowly healing but is definitely still going through detox periods as I add in extra foods and really... (more)
Most people say bone broth should be cooked for a maximum of 72 hours. I've been going 6 days now. each day i drain out the liquid and refill the crock pot with fresh spring water. Although most if not all the collagen is gone, i have a hunch... (more)
You can cook the bones till they dissolve and eat it all in an ideal world and it wouldn't be a problem - the minerals and nutrients in the bones would be beneficial. However, there is a problem due to pollution/ exposure of the animal to toxins... (more)
Like many I am super busy at work. Im an er doc, working 12 hours a day 6 days a week. we have 5 kids...oldest is 10, so even though my wife stays home, when I ask my wife to more then she is already doing, I get the hairy eyeball. Cooking the... (more)
A few weeks into starting Paleo... so far it takes a long freaking time. I spend most of Sunday afternoon and into the evening putting together and roasting Chicken, making Pumpkin pancakes, and other stuff to get me through the week. And even... (more)
So the studies show better body composition for night eating and carbs especially. Using CBL or Carb Nite, how much time between your last bite and shut eye qualifies as night eating? That is, what's the min and max window here?
I generally feel better when I don't have that "stuffed" feeling just before going to bed. I had a large chilli/butternut squash meal last night, which I finished at 1930 and went to bed around 2230, feeling nice and rested. Other time I've not... (more)
I am applying to the Marine Corps and need to significantly improve my 3-mile run time from 28:30 to 21 minutes (7 minute miles). I have been doing CrossFit for 1 year and have become significantly stronger. I eat strictly Paleo and as of the end... (more)
I turned Paleo about three months ago, didnt have any noticable problems in my guts before starting the diet, but now i'm almost every day bloated and gassy. Frustrating, because i love the diet and I love being around other people (instead of... (more)
I've been having difficulty making time for enough sleep, I'm getting about 6 hours/night. How much sleep are you getting, and with a busy schedule, how do you manage to get it done?
I am starting to get into fermenting my own foods (yay for local produce!) There have been a lot of studies about fermenting sauerkraut, and how it has to go for several days in order to be properly fermented (aka, at 2-3 days, it doesn't have... (more)
I'm planning on fermenting 7 litres of raw organic goats milk in my 10 litre crock pot. If I fill it with 7l of milk how many tablespoons of grains would be suitable? And would it be OK to just leave it fermenting for weeks? Thanks! (more)
How much time until one starts to see the effects of a gluten-free diet, assuming I'm gluten intolerant? The symptoms are chronic sinus inflammation.
Do we have people who've been doing this for over 10 years? Has there been a shift in how and why people have been discovering paleo over time? Is it increasing in popularity exponentially or is the definition just getting broader? In short,... (more)
One of the reasons I went to Paleo was to be happier, healthier, and YES, more durable. The kind of durable that has been on my mind recently has been related to Aging Well. I'm starting to realize that I will have to plan better for my later... (more)
The doctors gave up on me about 10 years ago, and told my beloved that I only had about 2 years left (I was born with a congenital autoimmune dysfunction), so make sure I was comfortable. I've since outlived their expectations by 8 years, put most... (more)
I have very little time and whole lot of beef. Thing is I have no idea how to prepare it the "Paleo way" and I would like some suggestions. I was thinking of marinading it but most of the one's I'm finding have a lot of sugar in them. The cut I... (more)
So to continue to find the solution of my plateau, I have started using some tips that others gave about eating/IF. I have started eating almost all (if not all) my food at about 6 AM. This includes a lot (and when i say a lot I mean like A LOT)... (more)
Does anyone have any idea of how big the Paleo nation is and how much bigger we need to get before we can rival the buying power of other diet/lifestyles? How much longer will this take?
Does anyone know what the difference in transit time is between Medium Chain Triglycerides and Long Chain Triglycerides in digestion? ANy references to scholarship concerning this topic. MCTs don't appear to afford as long-lasting energy as LCTs... (more)
Since going paleo, I'm of course finding myself making a lot more food from scratch. I love cooking but am getting a bit tired of tedious prep work. The biggest source of this seems to be chopping. I have a mandoline which is great for slicing... (more)
Does anyone had any tips, tricks, and/or thoughts to getting more done in a day and also how to determine priorities? I'm starting to get my life back together after a rough past couple of years and I am trying to figure out how to increase my... (more)
For example I don't cook the food for the same day. During my lunch break at work I go to the nearby store and buy the ingredients for 4 servings meal (we don't have kids yet) and I cook it after work - this is the dinner we will eat the next day... (more)
One day a week I usually go to town making 1-2 big items, prepping everything else so when it's time to eat I can go from stove to plate in about 10 minutes. My work is all over the place - I can have a 12-hour day or an easy day.. or something... (more)