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Hi all, I'm a first year at my university this year and have been mostly paleo for about a year. My mile time increased, I felt stronger, more awake. I slept better. I love everything about paleo. Unfortunately my... (more)
Which online shops give the best deals on bulk frozen fish? I think I'm looking for a fish wholesaler. Maybe if a bunch of people living around a certain location could group their order as groupon does, we could convince a company to give us... (more)
So, my previous question of a similar name was more for life's sake. Well, I no longer can only afford $35/week. Now it is a question, a strict one, to inspire creativity. keep it personal and forget about tax. What's your list with your... (more)
What do you think of the idea of drinking olive oil, say 400 calories' worth, at night if I'm still hungry? It's the cheapest calories I can get that seems reasonably healthy.
I realize that I am almost asking the world but I wanted to put the question out there. Do you know of any cheap and healthy food you can order out? Healthy = Paleo/Primal approved (Conventional meat and veggies is fine) that would NOT count as a... (more)
Anyone know a good comprehensive list of safe starches? If not I thought we could make one. We could sort it by level of "Safeness" I.E. some consider white rice safe, others not so much. And we could sort for price. Maybe 3 Categories - "Almost... (more)
This could really be all over the place as not one sock fits all and everyone's needs/goals are different. Many online sites have lists available, I like what's on Balanced Bites via @Violets post. Personally I dig yuca, plantains, banana, tubers,... (more)
So I've done my fair share of scoping out all of my local supermarkets in order to find the best quality food at the cheapest price. I buy local and from the farmer when I can (ie. buying my grassfed beef from a local farmer) but it makes sense to... (more)
I'm having a very hard time with Paleo and living on an extremely tight student budget. I love sweet potato, and often use it as a post workout recovery or meal filler. I've stumbled upon Sweet Potato vermicelli (noodles), in which the only... (more)
Let's say you had one backpack for storing food. No microwave. No stove. No fire. Trip to the grocery store...what do you get? Remember, there's only a backpack for storing food. It has to be dirt cheap, but you want to stay healthy. Is it... (more)
I'm thinking of getting the Breville Juicer ($100) on Amazon. It is the #1 juicer on Amazon. If I got it, is there a cheap way of juicing? Also, does anyone have any book recommendations on juicing?
If you are stuck in an area like I am where organic produce just isn't even sold, so you're stuck paying grocery store prices for inferior (pesticide laden) produce, this might be of interest: I just finally tried Angel Food Ministries. Their... (more)
I started Paleo last week as a means of combating Ibs and the health benefits that everyone seems to have been raving about. The only problem is I am a college student which means 1. I have a limited budget (60 dollars or so a week) to spend on... (more)
After reading numerous comments saying commercial lamb is usually grass fed, with some grain, I went to the store to get some. Since I am only spending 35 bucks on meat per week (not counting other expenses, produce, fish, etc.), I am looking for... (more)
As an Aussie, I have to jump up and down and encourage the consumption of grass-fed lamb, as it's the BEST meat in my book! I've gone off beef and pork, but my appetite is always ready to be excited by the thought of lamb. Ground lamb is just as... (more)
I specifically am around the fountain valley Huntington beach Westminster garden grove area and would LOVE to find some that is either reasonably priced or cheap. College doesn't allow much wiggle room for my wallet.
Hi guys! I am super new here and I have IBS and an extremely sensitive gut. Also, my english sucks (sorry!) ;) I started eating paleo a few weeks ago, but the last sugar accident happened 11 days ago, so this is how far I am at the moment. my... (more)
If you are having trouble affording grass fed meat, try regular grocery store meat. It's obviously not an ideal solution, but it would give you more food for your budget.
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Yo! I'm a college student, older, recently returned to America. Started Paleo about 2 weeks ago. When I say Paleo, I mean I got rid of about 80% of processed food. Within a week I had it down to about 90% plus the occasional mistake. I'm... (more)
Sounds like a contradiction I know. But if you were to design a diet for someone, say they were going through financial hardship or something, what would it include and what ways would you make it healthier? In my opinion, if we were going to try... (more)
After discovering I am not eating enough for my muscle growth goals, I am trying to increase my calorie intake on workout days. I currently eat loads of meat, some white and sweet potatoes, whole milk, lots of veg, some fruit and lots of... (more)
I'm on a budget and want some suggestions on the above cheap carbs w low glycemic index. It can include suggestions of beans and recipes or preparation suggestions.
I live in Japan, where the food's a little different, and I've devised a typical day's paleo menu I think I can afford. Will it make me healthy? What is lacking? What is redundant? 6 jumbo eggs 2.5 cups of coconut milk 4 ounces of Spam 50 grams... (more)
I'm feeling very bored and frustrated. I had to cut out eggs and dairy due to allergy. Now all I can eat is meat and veggies. Nuts give me stomach cramps. Is there some kind of inexpensive protein source that I'm forgetting? I'm losing weight... (more)