Dairy for calcium?
Shakes and post workout meals.
Stevia and other sugar substitutes.
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It would be SO helpful to put the time stamps for each of the segments/questions
We hope to get there eventually. Right now, making time to record the podcast has been a bit of a pinch on both of us, so listening to the whole thing afterward is more than we can pull off at the moment. Stay tuned!
How amazing to see the diecfrfnee in the facility in less than 1 month! Not only the facility saw changes though. This past week we showed 3 women who had never attended Zumba just how fun it could be to work out. And we had a client who had never been on a pole doing a fireman spin by the end of the week.Seeing people get stronger and more confident. Or finding a joy for movement that they didn’t know they had. Having FUN together! That’s why we do what we do! -Carrie
RE: Halloween ideas: My kids are actually young enough to believe in Eve, the Halloween Fairy, who trades toys for candy.
@Sarah & Jason – you didn’t cover what you do when your kids go to someone else’s birthday party. Do you let them eat the pizza & cake? It would be awesome if you could give this a shout out in your next podcast
Neither of us are paleo Nazis with our children, but our kids have been paleo so long that they aren’t too interested in garbage foods. For example, I don’t think any of my girls have ever finished an entire piece of birthday cake at another kid’s party.
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I just listened to 3 different podcasts (love y’all!) so I’m hoping my question is being posted on the correct one. Basically I was listening to the part about “liquid food” and it makes sense to me, but also makes me sad because I love post workout smoothies! Pre- paleo I would frequently do smoothies for breakfast, but I now only have one on workout days and I add kale & spinach to make it a green smoothie. I felt like I was doing a service to myself, getting those dark leafy greens in- but now should I assume that’s not the case? I guess it’s just so much easier for me to suck it down rather than sit and eat fruit and greens and a glass of coconut milk. Thanks so much! Y’all have been a huge help for me and my paleo journey.
Yeah, liquid food is a bad idea, especially for fat loss goals. If you have performance goals, an not fat loss goals, dark green leafy vegetables aren’t really what you need post workout anyway. In that case, starches are better (like sweet potatoes), but you should eat them.
You know what’s funny? Listening to your podcast at work while I witness all my co-workers go back and forth from their desks to the “middle desk” of the office that has chocolate eggs and other sugared ‘treats’. I never eat them, but everyone else seems to like them….a LOT!
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