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  1. IT'S DOCTOR WHO TIME! The Doctor is a Time Lord. He is able to travel in time and space and, along the way he helps people in need. Well, I’m in need of a reset and I’m hoping the good Doctor can help me with it. Let’s go back in time and start from scratch. Strength to do what is right (STR +3) I used to be really diligent about weight lifting but I have strayed. It is time to get back to being a badass. Big muscles won’t grow themselves. Challenge: Lift 3 times a week (Mon, Wed, Fri) 12 days = STR +3 9 days = STR +2 6 days = STR +1 I don’t need a sword! (DEX +3
  2. Hello! I am of the alchemical persuasion (i.e. I am a chemist). Also, I am new to the paleo / primal lifestyle! For me this mean lots of reading, and the one thing I keep coming across which I cannot understand is phytic acid. Mostly because I was interested in the no beans / legumes part of the primal lifestyle. Can anyone share some science based articles about phytic acid? I've read several of them which are on the 'paleo' websites and they leave me with a sour taste in my mouth. Also Scopus and ENTREZ searches haven't really shown me very much. To be clear, I don't want this to s
  3. My main quest is to lose weight and fit into size 10 clothing by my 39th birthday on February 27th. Currently I weigh 201 and wear sizes 16/18 clothing. The missions for this 6 week challenge that will help me achieve success in my main quest are as follows: I will be disciplined about eating a 100% primal diet. I also plan to follow the Primal Blueprint Fitness plan. Since I am not regularly exercising right now I will ease into this plan. I will walk every day during my lunch break (even if I am not feeling like it) unless it is raining. If it is raining I will need to make-up the walking
  4. I have a question for those of you who are doing a low glycemic index, primal diet. My wife has been doing this diet for about two months and has finally found a diet that her body chemistry likes and her mental approach can sustain. She has been steadily losing weight for these past two months to the point that she's lost about 22 lbs which is a fantastic result for her so the plan she's doing is working. Here's the question. She's telling me she needs to insert whey into her diet and I am pushing back for several reasons. First, she is being successful in her weight loss, something she
  5. I am having a hard time changing my life around. I have the concept down of eating primal. I have been doing good for about two weeks, but took a turn down memory lane. I just need someone to motivate me and help me through this and work with me. A support system, people like me that are trying to live a healthy life. If anybody is trying to change there life around and are serious about it please help me and work with me, so we all can accomplish the same things and grow together. If anyone is interested in taking this journey together and getting to know each other please reply back, I would
  6. I want to get into lifting. I read the blog. I want to do this. The primal diet sounds up my alley for the most part (I will have to have a sad funeral for a package of Oreos of course, but I suppose the grief will subside in time). My main question for you guys is this: Has anyone else on here done Primal/Paleo and lifting with a diagnosis of Insulin Resistance? According to my doctor and nutritionist, I am SUPPOSED to eat carbs at meals, though very small amounts. And never as snacks. The idea is that my body needs some carbs to process insulin and keep my levels steady. I am supposed to
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