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I committed to the 30-day challenge on August 1 this year. I have been primal for almost four months, so it is time for a progress update. My first two weeks were tricky. I had intense carb cravings but didn’t … Continue reading
The following is a progress update from my parents, who successfully completed their 30 day challenge on November 1. It was written by my Dad, Chuck Grimmett Sr. Great job, Mom and Dad! I am proud of you! My thirty … Continue reading
Hi everyone! My name is Paleo Joe. Bob and company were gracious enough to make me a regular contributor to The Primal Challenge. I’m looking forward to interacting with like-minded meat-eating, barefoot shoe-wearing, kettlebell-swinging neanderthals! A little about me: I … Continue reading
So, it’s been an interesting day. I ate well, lots of spinach, chicken, eggs, and tomatoes among other things. I made Chuck Grimmett’s stuffed feta chicken thing from Oct 4 and it was very yummy. Went for a run and … Continue reading
So I’m back in New York. I just woke up, have not eaten anything yet, and really want a cup of coffee. I am a moderate coffee drinker, averaging anywhere from 0-2 cups a day, generally with cream or half … Continue reading
I have to thank Bob Ewing for this new lifestyle and way to live. Working out, watching what you eat… seems simple, right? I am on 4 different types of medication, one specifically is mostly used as a chemotherapy treatment … Continue reading
Principal #5 of the Primal Challenge is to get your basic measurements. Back in March, David decided to take this idea to a new level. He had been overweight for most of his life, and in 1997 was diagnosed with … Continue reading
For those of you that started on July 1, you’ve officially been primal for a month! Think for a moment about the progress you’ve made. How did you feel when you first started? How do you feel now? … Continue reading
For those that started the Challenge on July 1, you now have less than one week to go! Keep it up! ***IMPORTANT: Don’t forget Principle 5: Get Your Basic Measurements.*** In order to receive your fabled Certificate of Awesomeness, you’ve … Continue reading
I lost the weight of an average newborn baby in the US (8 pounds), in my first 3 days doing the challenge. What have you ever done with your life?