The Paleo Diet

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Posted: 03 May 2013, 15:43
Is anyone doing the Paleo Diet & are you having any luck with it?

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Posted: 06 May 2013, 22:03
I'm not doing Paleo, but I am doing Keto, and having tremendous success! You can go check out my numbers on my profile. The main difference between the two is the addition of fruit,and the subtractionof dairy on paleo.. for me Keto is easy to follow and it works. If you have any questions just ask. Smile

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Posted: 07 May 2013, 08:35
Hi Summervijx what do you do on that diet never heard of it before more info plz Smile

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Posted: 07 May 2013, 12:06
Suummervijx,not sure if Iam missing something, but looking at your diet calender it seems like you are doing a Atkins. Is there a difference? Please explain. I am still looking for something thT I can do for life. Cutting out certain food groups do not seem vIBle in the long run. Maybe I am just not commited enough to do it for life. Will you be doing it forever?

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Posted: 07 May 2013, 14:55
Yes, keto is very similar to Atkins, in fact it's the induction stage of Atkins. Now I haven't gone through all the details of the Atkins diet. Basically, I have planned to gradually add back carbs up to a certain point once I have reached my goal weight for maintenance. And yes I plan on doing keto for the rest of my life. Now, will there be opportunities for pizza, and sweets, and my true weakness...Chinese food? Absolutely, it's just right now I'm staying focused and on target for the current goal at hand.
For more info on keto, yo can go here:

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Posted: 07 May 2013, 16:42
to me, there is a huge difference...i was on Atkins for 3 years then switched to Paleo at the beginning of this year. though the food lists are similar, Paleo focuses on whole natural foods. my only issue with Atkins is they promote chemicals & artificially processed foods. but getting in ketosis is the goal with both.
however, the most important thing is that it's a diet you can stick with.


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Posted: 07 May 2013, 20:56
I'll Agree with this. I do have some processed foods from time to time, but I tend to lean more towards whole products, and "process" them myself.

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