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Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: One Day Off A Week?
« on: September 09, 2013, 10:11:58 pm »
I've been thinking of doing the same thing. I don't feel the need to stray so far off from RPD as to have cakes and pizza for example, but I would like to occasionally go to a restaurant for Brazillian BBQ or All-You-Can-Eat sushi (and not stick to just sashimi) or even just have some rice on a regular basis... I've done cooked keto diets before and managed to go without cheating, it was really easy for me compared to RPD...

Yesterday I decided to have some rice. One dish was cooked rice with raw ground beef and raw tomato. Then later in the day I had some more cooked rice with raw egg yolks.  I don't know if it is the need for something warm, or something different but I felt like I really needed it... I know that I am still new to this way of eating (roughly a month maybe a little less) and hopefully I will eventually get used to it, but I was getting to the point of trying to research my way out of my decision do go on the RPD (trying to find reasons NOT to follow a RPD...) of course, that didn't work lol - all I managed to do was reinforce my decision to stick with it.

I wonder if adding some cooked white rice or having the occasional day off is such a set back... I mean, compared to SAD, the occasional day off or adding a "safe starch" in small amounts shouldn't be so problematic.... Curious as to what others think.

Primal Diet / Re: Organic coconuts
« on: August 19, 2013, 08:30:14 am »
Hello  :)
As far as I know, there is no need to seek out any coconut products actually labelled as "organic" because, if I'm not mistaken, all coconuts are generally organic.

Welcoming Committee / Hello from Brazil
« on: August 16, 2013, 05:11:28 am »
Hello everyone,

I've experimented with different nutritional approaches to health, weight loss, muscle gain, and so forth for several years. Mostly these have all been low-carb approaches. Over the last few weeks, while researching an ideal diet for my dog, I came across the BARF diet (bones and raw food), which eventually led me to looking into raw meat consumption safety which interestingly then led me to posts about Aajonus Vonderplanitz and the primal diet. I was already familiar with paleo but not so much raw paleo.

I live in Brazil and have not yet had access to AV's books but I have already changed my diet based on what I have been researching online (some about AV as well as some others). 

Going through several threads in this forum has been quite helpful during this transition and has answered several questions. Now I decided to finally go from lurker to member! ;D

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