“I read Mark’s book a year ago and am reading yours now Robb and I am glad to see so much overlap. It makes me feel somehow safer in all this knowledge (even though I am looking, feeling and performing better) – as though it is not some kind of great mistake.”
In the midst of looking, feeling and performing better because we’re fueling our bodies properly we can still be made to question if what we’re doing is a good way to go. TV shows, and other mainstream media like Dr. Oz promote “healthy” whole grains, vegetarians and the food guide pyramid are telling us how bad animal fat is and that it’ll kill us.
The first time I did a 30 day Paleo Challenge I was put to the test all the time. I was eating right and starting to get results and when I’d tell someone about it, they would usually say that it wasn’t good, there was too many calories, there was too much fat, if you don’t have grain your brain won’t get enough fuel from carbohydrate. Fortunately I was able to keep going through the 30 days and came out the other side being leaner, feeling better and performing better.
As you see your results coming, and when people around you see what you’re eating, you’ll probably get questions and maybe some criticism. Keep strong though, you’ll be better because of it!
Have you had any questions about eating Paleo?