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    I was reading some info on the paleo diet and it suggests no grains, dairy or legumes for children, adults etc.
    So obviously no rice, oats, pasta, bread etc.
    Seems extreme, anyone follow this (or their children)
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    Your insight would be appreciated!

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    I am considering this diet. I have already cut out gluten and am in the process of cutting out sugar in an attempt to manage my Hashimotos. Some of the paleo recipes look really good

    ETA: sorry, just realized I'm not much help!

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    A friend of mine lives this way she has had great success with it and she looks fantastic, she says she feels great too. Though she does splurge once a week or so.

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    We are not ├╝ber-strict but follow a largely paleo diet. Occasionally have rice or noodles and we do eat legumes. I find it tasty, easy and healthy!

    We are doing the Whole 30 soon - now that's extreme lol!

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    Following Paleo framework but eat dairy and oats

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    I sort of mean more for children. Sorry, I didn't make this clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    I sort of mean more for children. Sorry, I didn't make this clear.
    Is there a specific reason you want to use it with your children? Just wondering

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    It would be hard to have only some members of the household following it. I don't need to but my husband is gluten and dairy free so he discovered it and we both like it.

    Nom nom paleo is a great recipe book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    Is there a specific reason you want to use it with your children? Just wondering
    The whole family, but just wondering if ok for the kids too (2&4). Seems a bit extreme NO grains or dairy at all.


 

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