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  1. Sometimes we fail to see the forest for the trees....I was taking to much time looking at trees to see the obvious...huge thanks to @DarK_RaideR to pointing out that a battle log may work better for me in keeping up on here...I had one previously but it was dated and no longer fits...so this one is shiny and new! For those new to my saga, I've been here for over 3 years now (January 2, 2014) I've been a Ranger (and everything that entails) since the big restructure of 2016. I am <95% Paleo in my style of eating, because I have RA and it makes me feel better...I'm slightly addict
  2. I am a middle school math teacher looking to my fitness my new career. I currently have a USAW level 1 coaching cert as well as a personal training certification from ACTION. I am currently studying to get my personal training certification from ACE so I am more hirable, as well as get my StrongFirst kettlebell certification. I have just put myself back on the autoimmune protocol as I have hypothyroidism and celiac's disease and have been run down and prone to the cold the past couple of months. Of course I have some pounds that I would like to drop, but I am more concerned with my goal of get
  3. I'm much more of a Meg than a Hercules, but this summer is a great way to change that! I fell off the map here at Nerd Fitness when I became really ill back in March, and now I have pretty much recovered! I was recently diagnosed with lupus, and the symptoms have mostly subsided aside from a couple bad days a month. However, as of Tuesday, I will be in a high-stress teaching bootcamp of sorts, and I get my first classroom in August. I need to get back into good food and exercise to keep my body together and hopefully mitigate any return of symptoms that are induced by stress.
  4. This is my first challenge with the Druids, and second one overall. I didn't do so well towards the end of the last challenge especially what with preparing for the holiday season so my goals are similar this time around. Diet: Stick to strict autoimmune protocol diet (aip) Motivation for this: "off-roading" away from this diet causes flare up of joint pain, sleep disruption, moodiness, sickness... Well the list goes on, so really my motivation is "don't be an idiot!" Grading: all or nothing, A for complete aip adherence per day, F for 1 or more non-aip ingredient today. Reward: This kind of i
  5. So the last challenge I started didn't get far. After I failed in week 1, I lost heart and gave up. After following the NF academy programme I feel in a better place and ready to start a new challenge, one I might actually achieve. Goal 1 - diet Eat a strict autoimmune protocol diet for 6 weeks A = no "off-piste" meals or snacks B = 1- 14 non-aip meals C = 15 - 21 F = any more than that Goal 2 - fitness Complete the level 1 bodyweight brigade workouts A= 3 workouts each week, no excuses B = 3 workouts in 4 or more weeks C = 2 workouts each week F = any fewer workouts. No life goal this challe
  6. As far as AI Paleo, I am convinced is essential for me, not simply a good idea (I have a gluten sensitivity and dairy allergy in addition to allergies to various nightshades) but I am pretty freaked out about it, because I am picky and all my attempts at Paleo (prior to hearing about the AI Protocol) leave me eating mainly chicken and spinach and broccoli (I dont eat eggs and am not very fond of beef either) and I have to gorge myself to get enough protein in a day and I rarely get it (aiming for 80g per day, so not a large amount even) and Im sure it has to do with not eating the most protein
  7. Is anyone following/has followed the autoimmune protocol? I eat paleo as much as I can but still felt bad due to an autoimmune condition so will try the AIP as an elimination duet for the next couple of months. A lot of the products suggested, especially coconut cream, coconut oil, are not easily available in my area so I'm interested to find out any recipes or handy hints people have for this diet.
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