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30 minutes of easy cardio in the form of bodyweight exercise to loosen up today: Total of 50 pullups, 100 Hindu pushups, 300 squats. 





200mg caffeine

1000mg vitamin C


50gr Carnivore protein

handful of raw almonds

fish oil

cod liver oil


1 tbsp coconut oil

large avocado with lime, salt, and pepper. 

3oz of sardines in olive oil

cod liver oil

5000iu vitamin D


300mg caffeine

500mg maca root


1 tbsp coconut oil

huge, huge fatty steak (Got to say, if you are even thinking about grassfed meat to fall inline with your paleo nutrition, you need to seek out a local producer and go straight to them. You will probably end up paying less than you would buying cheap cuts of feedlot beef from the local store. Sorry, I can't help you with a source.)

huge spinach salad with tons of veggies and a bunch of homemade olive oil and basalmic vinegar dressing

glass of dry red wine

fish oil

cod liver oil

5000iu vitamin D

About 1130pm I will hit the Zn, Mg, B6, and melatonin

Not real happy with adding a few carbs lately in the form of potatoes and rice. Going to go almost completely ketogenic for a while. Threw a photo on here for accountability. I weighed in at 231# the other day. The few carbs I am getting are not agreeing with me. I don't need to gain any weight, and I can do it very easily if I don't watch it.

I also read some research last night about how a group of very low-carb eaters lowered their blood triglycerides by 30% over a low-fat test group. Part of the reason is that the fat eaters' bodies learned to use fat for a fuel source rather than carbs. The fatty acids in the bloodstream were being consumed as a fuel source and not doing nasty things like raising blood pressure and clogging arteries. The low-carb group were using the carbs as fuel, and thus the fat was free to continue to exist in the bloodstream, raise blood pressure and all that fun stuff. 

So, this photo is me at my flabbiest for right now. 

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