I started doing low carb when I wanted to lose weight and from there learnt about paleo and try to following that way of eating. I never thought I could give up dairy but my stomach is much flatter without it so that's enough motivation! I do use almond milk though which isn't really paleo friendly. I find it hard with the kids because they are fussy and like to eat pasta and rice and I don't have the energy to make separate meals. We all like eggs in the morning and lunch I give them a sandwich and make myself a salad. Dinner is harder to follow but I might invest in that book pp mentioned
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30-11-2014 20:53 #21Senior Member
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30-11-2014 22:06 #23Senior Member
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I'm more LCHF than strictly Paleo, but also try to JERF.
I also couldn't do it during pregnancy- just wanted chips and bread! Still finding it a bit tricky with bf'ing as have a huge appetite.
My kids are fairly sugar free but love their bread etc, although I try to encourage more high fat stuff.
The PP who asked about the energy dip- you can get a keto-flu from your body changing from using carbs to fat for energy, usually happens when your carbs are really low, and just lasts a few days. Drinking bone broth and adding extra salt to your food can help.
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