So it’s been almost a year that I’ve been eating fully Paleo, with no cheat days, meals, etc. I’ve enjoyed it, and for the most part found it very easy (sometimes finding a restaurant takes time, but that is the only main challenge). Anyway, I had blood work done probably a month before becoming Paleo and decided it was about time to get blood work done again and see what has happened. Continue reading “Got a physical, what were the results?”
Well in fairness, this began on November 1st 2016, but I can’t and shouldn’t back date blog posts, so it begins today.
Let me take you back to about 2 weeks before November 1st. I was looking for a change, I was feeling fat (in fairness I was not obese or anything of that nature most people probably didn’t even know I had some weight I wanted to lose, I always say I carried it well), I wanted to lose maybe 10 lbs, I wanted to get back in to running and maybe even attempt a second 50 mile Ultra-marathon in 2017. I had tried cleanses before but this time I wanted it to be different, something that could be a lifestyle change, something I could, if I wanted to, maintain for life. Having lots of health conscious and fit people in my life, Paleo was something that came up frequently, so I knew of it. After doing some research, and ordering a couple books, I opted for a 21 day Paleo plan. A guided day by day plan to keep e on the Paleo track and guide me to 3 weeks of success.
I made small changes 2 weeks leading up to Day 1 on November 1st, 2016 and on day 1, went full Paleo, including no alcohol, though I did keep coffee in (I drink 1, maybe 2 espresso, no sugar, no milk, per day).
Here are some of my Facebook posts through that 21 day journey: Continue reading “So it begins”