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Does university make it harder to be paleo?

Answered on August 01, 2014
Created July 29, 2014 at 11:33 AM

I find that when I'm studying I find being paleo harder because uni isn't very paleo friendly and yeah less time to prepare food doesn't help either. Whats your experience?

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on July 30, 2014
at 12:08 AM

That's the spirit! Go for it!

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on July 29, 2014
at 10:55 PM

I'm more than willing to rise to the challenge, I NEVER liked processed food

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on August 01, 2014
at 10:04 PM

I live at home not in a dorm, but yes, it['ss hard to keep paleo in college. I spend so much time studying and I need to constantly keep some chocolate or nuts at my side for munching so my attention span will last longer than that of a flea

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on July 29, 2014
at 11:30 PM

Not any more difficult than most other main stream situations. Being paleo usually just boils down to preparedness, effort and will power - regardless of where you may be throughout your life.

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on July 29, 2014
at 04:41 PM

It's no problem for me. I rarely cook, I eat a look of can-fish, raw veggies, nuts, avocados - anything I can just grab

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on July 29, 2014
at 03:12 PM

any situation where you can't control the food choices is going to be challenging. It's really up to you though. Are you going to throw up your hands and say "oh well, this is too hard because I'm at university" or are you going to rise to the challenge and help your body and brain function at optimal level to support your educational pursuits?

If you are determined, there are ways. Skip the processed crap they serve and focus on vegetables, fruits, meats, and fish and eggs. Stock some rations in your room to augment the cafeteria offerings like coconut and olive oils, tins of fish, beef jerky, macademia nuts. Consider getting a slow cooker to make broths and stews. For a few minutes of work you can have good, hearty food to supplement the cafeteria offerings.

B8139a868ab2e819ca6e582f1f064426

on July 29, 2014
at 10:55 PM

I'm more than willing to rise to the challenge, I NEVER liked processed food

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