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Any Norwegian Paleos out there?

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Created September 16, 2011 at 12:39 PM

Are there any folks from Norway here. Who fish and avoid bread. Do you think Norway is an expensive countrie for paleo life. I now one girl has a norwegian blog here on paleohacks.

Avoid salmon aquaculture. Fish in the fjords. Occasionally fresh ddiary from goats. What about bbrown caramel cheese? or other traditonal norwegian dishes? Are they paleo? Are they vvibbrant for eenergy and health?

The bread in Norway was the most ingriedient bread i have ever seen. Even one bread was made with fishoil to give it healthy omega 3 fatty accidds. Weird world.

There are some edible plannts. And if the season is ok even in the north farming is possibble. and the norwegian apples taste delisous far better tthan the sour sweeet stuff from ggermany and from italy. SSo lightful tasty. and the amount of berries.

People say in the north the plant have more prana energy. There is a study that through the plant mineral content in the north the animals are bigger. So the same plants from the south are in the north more nutricious.

Any Norwegian Paleo out there?

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on September 16, 2011
at 08:16 PM

Yeah, ssome good friends live there. He gives every thursday in hausmania in osslo a music freespiritghost music circcle. I wanna see him again.Other ffriends from finnland invited me today again. to visit and join their little project on the countryside. I feel so loved by my scandinavian friends...

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on September 16, 2011
at 02:52 PM

Whether a food is vibrant for eenergy and health is generally the gauge I use to determine whether it is lovely to eat. Are you planning to move to Norway?

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on September 16, 2011
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well, most Norwegians still thing farmed salmon is great and healthy. I don't. The farming destroys the other wildlife in the surrounding area in the fjord, because it produces a lot of waste and the water is poorly circulated. It also makes the wild salmon suffer, like you mentioned. Otherwise, I like fishing. Trondheim is the town where I've spent the last 3 years of my life, and I like it. In the summer times I spend time fishing and trekking in the mountains. I love it!

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on September 16, 2011
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That was one of the favorite things in breakfast buffet when i visited Trondheim. And all the fish, there was like 5 different sorts :O, for breakfast. I dont really care for norwegian farmed "salmon" tho. Whats the word on that. Do norwegians touch that stuff at all? It seems its the only fish Finns buy now. Hard for local fishing economy, real local wild salmon has sufferet such an inflation due to it. But we have the most SAD diet of any europeans i think.

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on September 16, 2011
at 01:54 PM

I am from Norway. There is a thread about scandinavian people on PH.

I love brown cheese, it is my favorite cheat meal.

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on September 16, 2011
at 02:02 PM

That was one of the favorite things in breakfast buffet when i visited Trondheim. And all the fish, there was like 5 different sorts :O, for breakfast. I dont really care for norwegian farmed "salmon" tho. Whats the word on that. Do norwegians touch that stuff at all? It seems its the only fish Finns buy now. Hard for local fishing economy, real local wild salmon has sufferet such an inflation due to it. But we have the most SAD diet of any europeans i think.

04f2eae4450112cdedce7235923c646d

(1112)

on September 16, 2011
at 02:23 PM

well, most Norwegians still thing farmed salmon is great and healthy. I don't. The farming destroys the other wildlife in the surrounding area in the fjord, because it produces a lot of waste and the water is poorly circulated. It also makes the wild salmon suffer, like you mentioned. Otherwise, I like fishing. Trondheim is the town where I've spent the last 3 years of my life, and I like it. In the summer times I spend time fishing and trekking in the mountains. I love it!

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on October 30, 2011
at 07:09 PM

Another in Norway, but originally scottish. Just started Paleo and loving it! Keep the faith and lead by example. Geitost is not one of my favourites, but being scottish, it??s got to be Cheddar!! ;)

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on September 16, 2011
at 03:00 PM

Yep, Norway here. Brown cheese rocks. Ekte geitost is my favourite cheat, but I don't eat any bread :)

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on April 01, 2013
at 10:11 AM

Hi, We've been eating Paleo for over 3 months now. This began as a quest to cure my auto-immune disease LICHEN PLANUS naturally. As with most stories I have read, I was mis-diagnosed and then given several different cures for many months. After the Prednisol cure I was completely worn down, exhausted, and lost....the Docs couldn't tell me anything about why/where/how and I guess that's beside the point now. The good news is we have never felt better. My partner, who is almost 10 years younger than myself, insisted on eating like this as well even though he is not ill. In his early 40's, he is experiencing that many of our friends/acquaintances are dropping like flies. Burn-Out, Chronich Fatique, M.E. allergies, heart conditions, cancer.... So he says he won't wait 'til he gets sick to start taking eating seriously. We have more energy and less physical problems than ever before. Our weight is wonderful. And there is no need to cheat when you know what the consequences will be....horrible, uncomfortable illness! Seriously, I am so happy about this that I want to share it but everyone seems to be into the Spelt and Low-carb thing and Paleo is too unknown here in Norway yet. I do however believe that in 20 years "everyone" will be eating like this. I hope to hook up with other Norwegians who are excited about this, we need to get a milieu going. It is impossible for us to eat out, there is flour in everything, sauces, burgers, and potatos are still served everywhere, in the form of wedges or fries....lots of cheesea and crackers too. Help! So we just stay home alot and experiment with sweet potatos etc. And lots of other yummy food. Thanks for asking the question, even though it's 2 years ago...I feel the need to connect ;)

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on December 06, 2012
at 08:47 PM

Yes! Norway here with paleo! www.facebook.com/VerkstedetClinics

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on October 30, 2011
at 08:18 PM

From Norway! Been eating paleo about 6 months. I almost never eat milk-products, so I`m not eating brown cheese, but I miss it sometimes!

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