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Day 17 of our Paleo Challenge

Today is day 17 - 1/20/16. Congratulations you are almost there! Today you will post points from Tuesday January 19th.

Here is a great article on How to Stay Paleo when you are tired and stressed out. 

Breakfast on the Run? There are some choices here that you can do as breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner. Great article for posting to your favorites!

How to eat out Gluten Free

Ready for a challenge? Today you will Lunge! You will lunge for 1000 steps.  You earn 500 points for this challenge. Post your 1000 lunge steps for a total of 500 lunges before MIDNIGHT tonight. To Count your lunges - start with the right leg and then the left leg = 1 lunge. They do not need to be weighted like in the picture.

GOOD LUCK!

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Paleo Challenge Points Jan 2016 Here is your leaderboard standings

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Day 16 of our Paleo Challenge

Today is day 16 of your 30 day paleo challenge. Be sure to post your points from yesterday January 18th.

How much protein does your body need? Popular dietary recommendations advise 0.7 and 0.9 grams per pound of body weight (1.5 and 2.0 grams per kilograms)

Your body weight ___________lbs   Multiply by 0.7 = ________ your daily minimum protein in grams

Your body weight ___________lbs Multiply by 0.9 = _________ your daily maximum protein in grams

1 ounce of scale weight Meat, poultry, fish, and seafood = 6-9 grams

1 large to jumbo egg = 6 - 8 grams

1 ounce of nuts = 2 - 6 grams

2 tbsp nut butter = 2 - 6 grams

So a review on your nutrition plan for protein: some of you are just not eating enough animal proteins. (a) porkchop (a) drumstick/thigh (a) piece of tilapia  IS not enough protein in one meal.

Fruits: Dr. Cordain’s original recommendation to eat fresh fruits as your appetite dictates still holds for most people. However, if you are very much overweight or are insulin resistant, he recommends that you initially limit high sugar fruits (grapes, bananas, mangos, sweet cherries, apples, pineapples, pears and kiwi fruit) from your diet until your weight starts to normalize and your health improves. Try to include more vegetables in lieu of the high-sugar fruit. As per his previous recommendations, dried fruits contain excessive sugar, and from the table below, you can see they more closely resemble commercial candy than their fresh counterparts. Note that some fruits (avocados, lemons, and limes) are very low in total sugar and should not be restricted.

So a review on your nutrition plan for fruits: MOST all of US are eating way to many servings of fruits. Including raisins, banana chips, dates, figs, bars, and smoothies. Your body will be okay with out all that sugar. So if fat loss is your goal and for most of us it is - then cut back on your fruit intake.

 

 

How is your sleep?

Did you know that sleep can hinder your goals?!  Read more about your sleep cycle.

 

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May 27th our 27th day of our Paleo Challenge

Finish Strong

The days are winding down...I often take the approach when someone asks me are you "Strict Paleo, Trina?" My answer "I do Paleo My Way".

The Many Types of Paleo

Today you will post points from Monday May 26th. 5 points for telling us what you ate. 2 for exercise. 1 for telling us what you ate. If you are taking off points please tell us what that was for. For 10 extra points you will do an all or nothing challenge. Your challenge deadline is Thursday May 29th at 11:59pm.

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May 3rd 2014 Day 3 of our Paleo Challenge

lunch box  

Welcome to Day Three of your Challenge. Here you will enter your points kept for the day from Friday May 2nd.

Already miss a point? Bonus Points started yesterday... Friday, Saturday, and Sunday you will drink 80 ounces of water daily. All three days are  met you earn 3 bonus points – miss a day and you get nothing.

Surprised at how hungry you are? Two Words EAT MORE!

A friend once said "I can eat 6 slices of pizza, but I couldn't eat 6 chicken breasts"  Read a bit about Paleo vs SAD

 

 

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