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  1. Wow! This is way too freaking awesome. Your book and these extras are invaluable. I’ve been calling it THE book but that was BEFORE I saw this shopping list and the nutrition facts.

    Keep it going Diane! You continue to inspire me like never before!

    1. Absolutely! I’m very impressed ‘Practical Paleo’ after only purchasing it when I saw by Primal Toad on youtube explaining just how good it is and why I need it! (Todd, your blog inspires me a lot too, especially to MOVE!)

      Diane I cannot wait to start my journey back into Primal eating. I have a question though: On the plan for digestive health, you say that we should avoid eggs, yet the breakfast recipe for most of the days includes eggs… Why is this? Should I still eat it if I personally don’t have any problems with eggs? (In any case I’m going to make the smoothies from Primal Toad for breakfast too)

      Thank you very much.

      1. I updated this in the most recent version and will detail some clarifications in a blog post early next week as well as in a “corrections” document you’ll be able to download on the site soon. I listed eggs as an optional elimination – if you are not sure if you are intolerant to them, it may be worth eliminating them. If that’s the case, you can look to the meals in the Autoimmune section for some egg-free breakfast ideas! Hope that helps!

  2. Hey Diane,

    Practical Paleo has hit Australian shores!
    Both myself and another Eat. Sleep. Mover in Melbourne received our copies on Monday 🙂

    Your book is very awesome!! Amazingly comprehensive!

    I am dealing with some autoimmune issues at the moment, so the the ‘personalised’ sections in particular are invaluable to me, I especially love that all of the recipes have variations for people who need to tweak.

    Not to take away from the whole…I think your work will be like a Paleo Encyclopedia for years to come.
    Good Work!

    Crystal

  3. Your book is fantastic!! I just love it and I love it even more now that I have the shopping lists for the meal plans! YAY!

  4. I absolutely love your book. I bought the kindle version and I was wondering if you are planning to make the tear out sections available on your website as well since I haven’t been able to figure out how to print from kindle. I would really appreciate it if you would. Keep up the great work.

  5. I bought your book after a slow awakening…bottom line, I was not thriving on a vegan diet and my kids were eating fake food. I would like to follow a meal plan but can’t decide which one. Is there a way to prioritize if you have a few of the issues going on? (low blood sugar, digestion and mild thyroid impairment) Thanks!

  6. I’m really interested in becoming an NTP… who would you suggest going through? I’ve been looking into the distant learning option through NTA but I’m not sure if there is a better option. Thanks for your time 🙂

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  9. Thanks for finally writing about >Diane Sanfilippo | New
    York Times bestselling author of “Practical Paleo” and “The 21-Day Sugar Detox” | Home of the Balanced Bites Podcast <Liked it!

  10. I am trying to download the shopping list for your first book which I already bought and it keeps bringing me to Amazon to buy it. Please let me know what I need to do.

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  11. Are the portions on the shopping list for 1 or 2 people? I want to try a 30 day plan with my girlfriend but the shopping list is a but vague on quantities (ie- 12 eggs (2 servings eggs per person). Does this mean to buy 24 eggs or each person will need 24 eggs? Sorry

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      The plans are written to make one full recipe each time the recipe is cooked – and most recipes have 4 servings (so 2 people can each eat it for a meal, then for leftovers.) Each recipe notes how many servings are in them, but everyone has different needs and appetites. So, we create the list to match the recipes, but if you know you eat more or less food than that, it’s up to you to adjust it up or down to your needs. Look over the recipes you’ll be making to determine what you think of the quantities! I hope that helps.

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