How Much Is Too Much Questions
I get very adequate vitmamin D, and K2. I have keratosis pilaris which has decreased signifiganlty in past years. I also started eating some gluten free grain again since I got an awesome probiotic and fixed my digestion. I know it seems un paleo,... (more)
I am talking about pre formed vitamin a/d balanced with vitamin k2 active by the means of eating Grass fed beef with a fat,Cod liver oil,Liver of a natural pastured animal, Grassfed butter. Whenever you go by the means of lab created vitamins the... (more)
This is typically my first meal of the day. Includes three or so of each of the following: brazil nut, pecan nut, almond, hazlenut, pistachio. Plus a handfull of macadamia nuts and a naughty tablespoon of roasted caschew... (more)
IF - and only if - the theory regarding omegas sounds plausible to you, I would advise to limit the amount of Omega-6 foods you're ingesting. The proponents of the "omega ratio" theory argue that a ratio near 1:1 is ideal for cellular health,... (more)
Since starting CrossFit and Paleo, I've been losing too much weight. In an attempt to gain weight, I have significantly upped the quantity of the foods I eat, as well as drinking a shake every day that consists of one can (about 14oz/900... (more)
Seeing that animal fats like tallow and Lard are fairly nutrient poor(but still better than any plant based oil, unrefined or not), how much of them would be too much in a day for someone eating about 200 carbs per day
It's not how much cooking fat, it is how much gets taken in to what you eat. I run a sample of a days meal through paleotracker or cron o meter to see my % of fat, protein & carbs. I try to adjust accordingly.
Shredded coconut, coconut flakes, dried coconut... Whatever you call it, I LOVE THE STUFF! Its the only way I consume coconut in my diet (no coconut milk, oil, flour) I crave it everyday, and have it by the spoon, but one spoon or two is never... (more)
It's possible that you aren't eating enough fat and your body is craving shredded coconut and nuts because they are primarily made up of fat. Try eating other fat sources but be generous with the serving - avocados, coconut oil, butter, olive... (more)
Hi all, I touched on this question in a previous thread, but I think my opening post was far too long-winded for people to bother with - which is fair enough :) In case you want some background info/my daily diet, see -... (more)
I know using meat as a primary source of energy is healthy but I am wondering how much we are supposed to have? I'll eat meat probably two-three times a day. This works to about one pound per day (of chicken, turkey, fish, grass fed beef, etc. all... (more)
My wife heard from our doctor that I should avoid eggs because I have chronic hepatitis B. As a result I only get an egg once a million year(average is two eggs per year). I saw online that eggs are ok for me to eat. I don't plan to eat 25 eggs a... (more)
Your right, sorry. But yeah, there is nothing to worry about, but I high recommend eating the whole egg, not just eggs whites. I've eaten 2 egg every single day since the last 5 years and I'm perfectly fine and cholesterol levels are OK.
Where I live, it is recommended to eat 6 pieces of fruit and vegetables per day. But I hear that many paleo people say that you should not eat very much fruit because there is sugar in it. How much do paleo-dieters recommend to eat? What about... (more)
I'll soon be moving to Dibba, Oman where I'll live for the next seven months. I've lived there before so I know what foods are available. It's easy to buy Australian steak at the grocery store- but I'm sure its not grass fed. Chicken, lamb, eggs,... (more)