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I love your website and trying new recipes that i know are healthy for my family. Thank you for all you do!
I have just recently started to eat paleo and am starved all of the time and having a challenging time with it. When I research I get a lot of different answers. Perhaps it is because it goes against what the “norm” is. But more than anything, I have no energy, heart palpitations and just feel hungry. Any recommendations?
you should really speak to a doctor about that, not just a food blogger. i’m just not educated or certified in that sort of thing.
First and foremost, thanks for allowing us Paleo enthusiasts to test drive so many fabulous recipes by posting them on your website. The Coq Au Vin was out-of-sight! I just purchased your latest cookbook, and am looking forward to digging in. Keep up the good work.
I can’t wait for the new cook book! Every single recipe that I have tried is delicious!!
so glad to hear it!!
My daughter and I absolutely love PaleOMG. I was hoping you could meet my daughter. She will be in Denver March 1st through the 6th. I sent an earlier email a few weeks ago. LOVE your sense of humor and all your awesome wisdom and recipes. Her birthday is the month of March and it would be an amazing surprise. She is a great girl. 22 years old, just graduated from George Mason University with a degree in Global Health and Nutrition. She is busy working on her NTP (that is why she will be traveling to Denver), and is also working on her own blog. What Cait Ate.
I know you are insane busy. Good luck to you. LOVE the new cookbook. I look forward to hearing from you.
tell her to come stop by my gym!! crossfitbroadway.com
I love PaleOMG! Just ordered your cookbook!! I cant wait to try all those recipes!
hope you love it!!
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I have just started Paleo and your cookbook and I cant believe how tasty (and easy) it all is. Ive lost 4 lbs the first week and feel much better than I ever have. I love your humour and dedication and that pic of you in your bikini in Jamaica?! Holy inspiration batman! You are stunning! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, humour and joie de vivre.
OMG so excited you are part of the real plans now!! I looooove real plans! And Looooove your recipes! Now its all in one place! :)
Juli! Oh my gosh I love your recipes. SERIOUSLY I love to cook and I’ve never been this excited to get in the kitchen and try new things. I’m a boy mom, with a 2 year old and a 2 month old and your recipes make me even more driven to drop these last 10 lbs of baby weight. PLUS you’re hilarious and so real. Thanks for the entertainment and yummy yummy recipes!!! 😘
I made the coconut cashew chicken fingers with spicy mango sauce from the cookbook and they were awesome!!!!! hubby (non-paleo) even went back for seconds!!!! do they freeze and reheat well?
not sure, haven’t tried that. but i’m guessing they do!!
My name is Chantelle, in advance, thank you for reading my email.
Let me say, I think you are “simply AWESOME”.
I am so very new to anything…..Paleo.
Would you mind sharing with me how to get through the first 30 day, i will call it detox period?
I want to be prepared and have a menu set so I can successfully get thru the 30 day detox. Any other tips you have would be great.
Thank you again
Congratulations on your recent wedding.
You looked amazing.
hey chantelle! i think just making sure you have meals and snacks planned to make sure you don’t steer off course during the first 30 days. if you’re drinking lots of water and having everything planned out, that will definitely keep you on track. for me, the 5th day was the hardest, then it gets easier and easier from there!
I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you so much. I am a first time father of two(9 month twins). The stress and increase responsibilities of the pregnancy and fatherhood really put a damper on my love of cooking. You brought it back. I no longer feel like cooking is a chore or that my food is boring. Between your cookbook and your blog I am having a blast.
My family is having fun as well. Thanks a ton!
I love PaleOMG and you are an awesome lady, inspiring so many! I always thought of myself as a healthy, mindful eater, no fast food, no packaged crapola, no microwave meals, no junk. Period. Until Paleo, I never realized how much “processed” food I was eating. When I started food shopping strictly as Paleo, I walked into the grocery store and realized that I could only eat about 20% of what was in the store. Holy Crap! What an eye opener.
Love, love, love your delicious recipes and your fashion style. I must admit, that I’ve been a copy cat of your fashion style and I’m always being complimented. Thank you! I run and practice yoga, and now I have incorporated many of your exercises into my routine.
Peace, Love & Paleo
First and foremost I wanted to thank you for inspiring me to make a healthy lifestyle change! My husband and I switched to Paleo in ApriI. So far he has lost 30lbs and I have lost 20lbs, and we just feel so much better!
I recently started Pure Barre classes after seeing that you were trying Barre and I love it! I can feel my body changing!
We absolutely love your Snapchat posts! Thank you for being you and having no filter. It makes our day everyday :)
On another note I was wondering if you might be able to devise a recipe for maple bacon pancakes. I’ve been looking for a good Paleo maple-bacon pancake recipe and haven’t been able to find one. Thanks!!
I just wanted to send you a quick message to say just how much I love your blog.
I have myself been following this diet for around 3 years now. It began initially, with me taking it up because my husband had in order to lose weight. But I’ve now found that it also helps me with dealing with the onset of the menopause. I’ve been going through it for about the same amount of time and now don’t have to rely on any kind of medication to treat the symptoms associated with it.
I use to go to Crossfit but an injury I incurred some years ago has meant I’ve had to give it up. However I still exercise regularly, plenty of walks and runs.
Can you provide any suggestions with regards to supplements I can take along with following this diet to help with my condition. At present I include red clover and magnesium in my diet both of which help.
i’m sorry just a little confused. are you asking about a supplement you can take to help with menopause? i think that’s what you are saying when you say condition, but i’m just checking. i would really ask your doctor about that. that’s not my background or speciality.
I follow your blog thru the feedly reader, but I haven’t been getting any of your content. It looks like last entry was 38 days ago. I’m not sure if it is user error or something on the back end. Just thought I’d give you a heads up. Still following on snapchat and your website, love your blog!
it’s not on my side, i fixed the issue and it has been updated and looks good on my end, so i would contact feedly if you would still like to see my content there
I was just told about your awesome website/blog today from my naturopath. I have a raging case of SIBO and it’s been a very challenging journey. For quite some time my food has been very limited and while I’m great in the kitchen, I have been short on ideas as of late.
Today at my ND appointment, I got the great news that I can very slowly start to add in a few foods, one by one, and test out my reaction. How exciting!!! But with so many resources out there, where do I even begin? My ND told me about your website and I’ve been perusing for the past hour and I am elated!! While I can’t enjoy a lot of your delicious recipes, there are some that I can definitely eat and am so excited to begin trying them out! Chocolate zucchini banana muffins???!!! Get out of here!! Those will be my first taste of chocolate in almost a year!!
I also really enjoy the way you approach food and fitness and your sort of snarky delivery on many things is just what I like!
I can’t thank you enough for such a great resource! SIBO is one heck of a thing to deal with but your website makes it easier!
I just started listening to your podcasts and reading your blog, although I have been obsessed with working out and eating healthy for most of my life. (I am probably old enough to be your Grandmother) BTW, I love the way you are very blunt. My daughter is the one who turned me on to your site.
I wo five days a week, I walk a lot daily, I have a big dog and live in a condo, so my dog and I walk a lot! I also work from my home office. I TRY to eat healthy, BUT, about two years ago I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and two other auto immune diseases. I refuse to let this get me down, or SLOW me down, and my Dr knows this, he is very encouraging. So, my question to you is do you have ideas or know what foods are good anti inflammatory foods? I do not eat wheat/gluten, ok, maybe on RARE occasion, I try to EAT little sugar, I have just recently really cut back on fruit after I heard your podcast, and I try to eat a lot of protein, as that seems to help.
Just wondering what your input on this subject might be.
I love the podcasts, the blogs, so keep up the good work!
i HIGHLY recommend getting the book Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo. she has protocols for people with autoimmune diseases and the foods you should eat as well as the foods you should stay away from! her information is SO helpful plus she has a ton of amazing recipes in her book! so many people have spoke praises about her book and helping with their health issues. hope that helps!
I just realized in your podcast that you hate emails. whoops! Anywhoo, i just started listening to your podcast and love them! My boyfriend got me your cookbook and so far everything I’ve made from it is awesome. I recently just got back in to working out regularly (at broadway actually!and love it compared to all the other gyms I’ve tried) after a crazy couple of years. My biggest struggle right now is that I work a shit load of shits (nurse) and diet is always a struggle. Either not eating enough or just eating like crap. Any tips/recommendations for us night shifters? Going back and forth between nights and days is rough on the bod. thanks for your help!
pack a ton of food and snacks so you always have something on hands! it’s all about meal prep!
I notice that in your What I Ate recaps, you seldom snack after dinner. Is that true? What time do you usually eat dinner? Have you always been in the good habit of no dessert/snack or is this something you have had to work hard not to do (snack, this is)? Wondering if you did, in fact, make this change did you notice a change for the better in how you feel/sleep/look. Thanks!
i usually don’t eat dinner until 7 and i eat a pretty large meal so i don’t often feel hungry before i go to bed at 11. sometimes i’ll have dark chocolate, but if my meal is big enough, i don’t really crave it. if i’m craving sugar, i know i’m addicted to it and probably shouldn’t be having it. i hope that answers your question but let me know if it didn’t and you need anything else answered!
I started a challenge group at my Crossfit box, and the classes are at 7:30 PM. I don’t get home until close to 9, which is usually my bedtime because I’m a lameo. What should I eat after a workout? I get home from work around 5:30 starving, so I eat dinner then to give me energy for my workout, but after I know I need to eat something. I find that eating that late is hard for me, I don’t have much of an appetite. I don’t know if I should grab a banana or scarf down a sweet potato, but then I think that might be too heavy for me that late. Help please? :)
PS- love love love the podcast. and you.
i would at least get some sort of carb like a sweet potato or banana! but maybe don’t do that every single time. if your body isn’t hungry and telling you it’s hungry and you aren’t waking up in the middle of the night starving, then don’t force yourself to eat. maybe doing it half the time and not other times.
Hi! Quick question and I apologize if you have answered this in the past. I (also) got married last April and have been settling into married life/trying to cook healthy meals for my husband most nights. I find though that it’s hard because even though he enjoys paleo meals that I make and doesn’t mind things like zoodles/cauliflower rice substitutions, he still will want to buy his own crappy food every once in a while and sometimes I will cave and eat whatever is “easiest” when I’m lazy and don’t want to cook since it’s just there in the house. Maybe I just need to be more creative about having “quick and easy” paleo foods ready to go in a pinch like this. Suggestions? Thanks! PS love the podcast!
pretty much every night is super easy for us. i just keep meat in the freezer and pull out whatever we want that morning to have for dinner. so sometimes it’s steak or salmon or chicken and then i just roast whatever veggies we have. it’s always super easy and made within 20 or so minutes, depending on the vegetable. i do all the grocery shopping so my husband gets what i make. if he wants something else, he can make his own dinner.
I know you avoid eggs for breakfast, meals, etc. because of how they affect your skin! I’m just newly coming to find that they might have the same affect on me (SO SAD). I will talk to my doctor about it but I’m wondering what difference you see between just eating an egg “straight up” versus eating an egg IN something (i.e. Mayonnaise, cookies, casseroles etc). Just looking for some talking points to bring to the doc! Thank you so much!
i just try to not overdo it when it comes to those items that have the eggs in them and then my skin doesn’t usually flare up! but if i’m eating 10 cookies in one sitting or a casserole multiple nights in a row, it definitely messes with my skin
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