Share Your 30-Day Challenge Experience!

85322671I need your help. As many of you know, I’m writing a book on the “Personal Paleo” approach for publication in early 2014. I’d like to include some quotes from people that have successfully completed a 30-Day Reset or Challenge and successfully made the transition to a Paleo lifestyle. Specifically, I’m looking for answers to these questions:

  • What was the hardest part of the 30-Day Reset Diet for you?
  • Did you experience any specific challenges when you began it, such as fatigue, lethargy, digestive trouble, etc.?
  • How many days before you experienced improvement?
  • What would you say to someone just beginning the 30-Day Reset Diet?
  • How did you feel after 30 days? Are you glad you stuck with it?

Your answers will inspire thousands of readers and help them see the light at the end of the tunnel. And they’ll help me to write the most compelling book I can and spread the message of a nutrient-dense, low-toxin diet far and wide!

If you’re willing to participate, please take a moment to fill out a brief questionnaire. It’s completely anonymous and won’t take more than a few minutes.

I really appreciate your support!

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  1. Joe LeSanche says

    I’ve been raw-paleo for roughly 6 years now and began my life style with a thirty-day challenge which I loved so much I just continued it as a way of life. I gave up alcohol, soda pop, all grains and all non fruit sugars. Never a fan of most vegetables outside of “root-foods” I gave them up too.

    The only negative impact of the diet was actually a positive. Sugar withdrawal by day two became so severe, I almost fainted while driving my car. The situation was alleviated by consuming an apple. The positive spin came from the knowledge that sugar is so highly addictive to my system that I must avoid it at all costs.

    My daily meal plan goes something like this.
    Breakfast: Three raw pasture raised chicken eggs, one medium slab of raw veal liver followed by a piece of seasonal only fruit.
    For lunch I snack on my homemade liver and egg yolk jerky seasoned with sea-salt and a piece of seasonal fruit.
    Dinner last night consisted of raw meat loaf with ground chuck mixed with raw and chopped onion, green pepper, garlic, capers, and sea salt. Dessert consisted of a peeled and pieced grapefruit sprinkled with Stevia while I worked the Chicago Tribune crossword puzzle.
    My diet is popular with very few people but it works for me and the last 6 years have transformed my mind and body. Indeed by 45 years of age I was almost completely bald and now at 51 I have an almost full head of blond hair with no gray whatsoever.

    Joe
    Height: 5-11,
    Weight: 168lbs
    Waist: 29″
    Body: Muscular

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