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Going Primal
« on: July 19, 2010, 10:46:26 PM »
I decided to actually start eating primal (I like the term primal better because it has the word prime which means that's how Optimus Prime eats) and it's a lot easier then i thought it would be. I posted before I live and Thailand and people always want to give me free stuff (mainly junk food and alcohol) and it's considered impolite to refuse. But I was surprised how many people just say OK if you tell them you are on a diet (then they ask how long and don't understand it's a lifestyle change lol). So that's worked for me pretty well. The only annoying thing is now I cook my food and that means dirty dishes... I hate cleaning.

But other then that annoyance everything is good. I started on sunday and during the day i eat some fruit (unripe mango and cantaloupe) and some nuts (almond and hazelnuts. Maybe some sunflower seeds if I get and urge for them). On sunday I ate a stir fry of beef (a lot), pork (a lot), assorted veggies, and a salad with nuts. It was very filling and delicious. Monday night I ate an omelet with chicken and tomatoes mixed in there (with about 6 eggs) and a massive salad with nuts. Now that I have no clean dishes tonight I'm going to eat Korean BBQ because they have a lot of meat and veggies and put off cleaning dishes until tomorrow.

Just wondering if that sounds OK for this diet. The meat and veggies aren't organic because I can't find that here and I use fish sauce in some things I make (stir fry) which I'm sure isn't primal.
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