It’s Paleo Tuesday!! We are now one full month into this paleo dietary change and it honestly feels like we’ve been doing this for months now. Not really sure why that is but regardless, it has been a good month and both Jeff and I are feeling some changes.
The eating is going as well as can be expected. I’ve mentioned it several times on Twitter that I’m constantly in the kitchen, chopping this or that, baking or cooking something in the oven. I’ve got to start making more meals
So we’re now a few days into our new Paleo diet and it’s been okay, but somewhat funny as well. I think it’s part and parcel because we’re not being super strict or rigid about the “rules”. Bending the Rules: We’ve decided that since we DON’Tconsume a lot of dairy, we’re going to continue using small amounts of cream in our daily coffee and we are still going to consume the odd piece of cheese. I had talked about foregoing this for at least 30 days and then incorporating back into our diets… but after some thought and assessing what we […]
We have less than two weeks now until we start with the Paleo Transition, I’ve decided that Saturday, March 14, 2015 is the day that we will begin our change. I figure I’ll start off that morning making us black coffee (just the thought of black coffee grosses me out, BUT I’m going to have to get used to it, dammit!) and then I’ll make us some breakfast, probably some egg muffins (the kind you make in a muffin tin, full of yummy goodness) and some bacon. Who doesn’t love bacon!?!!? Lunch who knows, maybe a salad with eggs as […]
Transitioning to Paleo First of all, what IS Paleo? The main idea behind the paleo diet is that you eat foods in their most natural state, such as meat, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds and healthy fats (cold-pressed coconut oil and ghee). You avoid eating dairy, legumes, all grains, sugars and processed foods because nature does not provide these foods in a way that is easily attainable to eat. The core concepts of the Paleo diet is: Eat whole, unprocessed, nutrient-dense foods. Prioritize grass-fed, pastured and organic meats and eggs, wild-caught seafood, and vegetables. Enjoy fruit, nuts, and seeds in moderation. Avoid […]