Ruling out my food.

Last week we were chatting about the Paleo Diet and we learned a lot about it from our guest on MamavationTV.  Little did I know I would be on that diet the very next week.

Why?  As I mentioned before, for the past 5 years I have been dealing with severe ankle pain that we always associated with an old-untreated ankle injury.   In May I found out it is actually degenerative arthritis.  Maybe a month ago my knee started to suffer, we are talking glass-in-the-knee feeling.  Then last week my shoulder started with severe pain.

I know I should go to the doctor (I will make an appointment tomorrow) but to be honest I have never really had simple diagnosis from my doctors.  They with either send me to a specialist, keep trying a sloo of drugs or tell me really off the wall things like….  Your Allergic to Yourself…  Wow I paid all kinds of money to hear that.  So needless to say I don’t have a lot of faith in a doctor outside of my ob/gyn.

Not only that, but what is the first thing they say as a remedy?  “You need to lose weight.”   Not as easy as that.

So anyway why the Paleo?  I am not thinking Paleo for weight loss alone.  I remember how good I felt with low carb and remember reading articles about diet changes nearly eliminating signs of illnesses.

So I spoke with Alysa @InspiredRd and she suggested the Paleo and reaffirmed I need to eat my veggies and fruits along with the good, lean protein like grass fed beef, poultry and fish.

We started this board on Pinterest for Paleo recipes to try.   She also suggested the following Paleo link with meal plans and shopping guides.


This post is sponsored by Omron and hosted by Mamavation – a community dedicated to obesity prevention & weight loss for women and by writing this post I will be entered into a giveaway.

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  1. says

    Thank you for the link to your Paleo Pinterest board – I’m following it now! I’m interested in Paleo as well, and have been following a wheat-free diet for the past two weeks with great success. Hope it goes well for you and helps you to feel better!

  2. says

    I’m curious to see how the Paleo goes. I was interested in it, but I’m afraid I couldn’t be that “good” about it, ya know? Looking forward to updates!

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