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paleo nutrition counseling in edmonton

Answered on August 12, 2013
Created December 29, 2012 at 8:46 PM

Im making the switch to paleo eating, and I have read a couple of books that explain and give guidelines regarding the paleo way of eating, but I am still concerned about both portion control and ensuring that I am getting enough protein and fats daily that would be appropriate for my body type and activity level. Does anyone in Edmonton know of a place that offers nutritional counseling and is knowledgeable in regards to the paleolithic diet

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66974b2cb291799dcd661b7dec99a9e2

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on May 07, 2013
at 05:06 PM

@Sara - that would be cool!

46d2d71df39b4a6336df6d8307b25d87

(278)

on May 07, 2013
at 12:36 AM

We need to have an Edmonton meetup...

5457372e78a910c00cd1dd579ecbdce3

(1230)

on February 25, 2013
at 07:09 PM

On a happy note we have some of the highest quality meat in the world, and are very close to a whole bunch of organic farms.

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on December 29, 2012
at 11:54 PM

I do Paleo/Primal nutrition coaching internationally via Skype or phone. See my profile for my website link.

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229faa9f9cb551cbf9d1d766b84cf8f5

on August 12, 2013
at 05:30 PM

Considering seeing an RD who is trained in evidence-based nutrition, whose education was not granted by an online "certificate" course.

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66974b2cb291799dcd661b7dec99a9e2

(11121)

on December 31, 2012
at 03:20 PM

I am in Edmonton, been Paleo for years - closest thing I have found is the chiropractor I go to is Paleo himself.

66974b2cb291799dcd661b7dec99a9e2

(11121)

on May 07, 2013
at 05:06 PM

@Sara - that would be cool!

46d2d71df39b4a6336df6d8307b25d87

(278)

on May 07, 2013
at 12:36 AM

We need to have an Edmonton meetup...

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on December 29, 2012
at 10:03 PM

Check out cronometer: http://cronometer.com/

It's a free program that lets you track your macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients. You can easily find what your fat/protein/carbohydrate intake is in percentage and weight. You can also easily discover any vitamins/minerals you may be lacking in. It has a pretty big database of food from all categories.

Remember one thing though: Don't stress over specifics too much! The best way to enact a diet is by simply doing it! Yes, guidelines are helpful and necessary, but it's very easy to plug in a million numbers and read a thousand articles all while living off of doughnuts and Top Ramen ( metaphorical, of course. I would get sick pretty quickly doing that. :P ).

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5457372e78a910c00cd1dd579ecbdce3

(1230)

on December 29, 2012
at 08:51 PM

I have been Paleo in Edmonton for nearly 2 years and I have not found anything... sorry. We are in the land of oil rigs and big rigs and I bet you are already seeing the look of confusion when you talk about Paleo.

Good luck, if you need some advice on local sources for items feel free to ask me, I might be able to help :)

5457372e78a910c00cd1dd579ecbdce3

(1230)

on February 25, 2013
at 07:09 PM

On a happy note we have some of the highest quality meat in the world, and are very close to a whole bunch of organic farms.

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