TPV Podcast, Episode 15: Holiday Recovery

Our fifteenth show!
Ep. 15: Holiday Recovery

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In this episode, with the American Thanksgiving and the whole holiday season on the horizon, Stacy and Sarah talk about holiday indulgences. How do you deal with indulgence holidays and still set appropriate limits for yourself? If you do indulge, how do you recover? How do you deal with the emotional turbulence of the holidays? Do you feel upset about the foods you can’t eat? All this and more in this episode!

 

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 15: Holiday Recovery

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About Stacy

Stacy Toth has written 362 post in this blog.

Stacy is the matriarch of the Paleo Parents family. After beginning a paleo diet and founding PaleoParents.com in 2010, she lost 135 pounds and found health and happiness for the whole family. The following three years have been a progressive journey with a mission to educate people about nourishing their bodies by eating real foods. Stacy can be found on all forms of social media as @PaleoParents as well as the top-rated The Paleo View Podcast and her two cookbooks, Eat Like a Dinosaur and Beyond Bacon.

  • Brianne

    This was a great podcast, and much needed after days of travel and indulgence.
    Perhaps it was just my media player, but every time I tried listening to it on iTunes it would stall (over and over again)… I experimented with other episodes, which did NOT stall… Did this happen to anyone else?
    Anyway, after many stops and starts I finally got through the whole episode, and I just want to say to Stacy “THANK YOU” for acknowledging the emotional aspect of “messing up” — I think you and I are a lot alike in that way… I’ve come to realize that grains in any shape and form tend to make me depressed, anxious, irritable, and low-energy for days.
    Anyway, thanks for what you do with this podcast, I truly enjoy it. I just wanted to let you know about the stalling just in case it wasn’t coming from my side…

  • Brianne

    Well… Again, it could very well be a streaming issue coming from my end but the same thing happened when I tried to listen to your most recent episode (the gallbladder episode) just now. I wonder if anyone else is having the problem? If you haven’t heard from anyone else, it’s probably just me.

    • http://PaleoParents.com Stacy & Matt

      Haven’t heard from anyone else, but I’m truly sorry you’re having this issue! I have no idea what the problem could be! Anyone else?

  • http://www.paleoaholic.com/ cavewoman diet

    If the paleo diet is what our bodies are designed to process then one could indeed argue that most of the modern diseases are linked to unhealthy and improper dietary choices. Furthermore, scientists propose that the affluence and purchasing power was what prompted people to begin selecting bad food choices in the first place. Instead of raw fresh fruits and veggies it became quite popular to demonstrate one’s wealth by eating foods that others could not afford.

  • http://www.paleoaholic.com/ cavewoman diet

    What is the paleo diet philosophy? Let’s attempt to answer this question by describing what the caveman would have

    included in his meals. According to researchers and archaeologists, the paleolithic people were eating the foods

    their bodies were naturally designed to consume. Foods such as fresh fish, veggies, tree ripened fruits, seeds and

    nuts, plant roots and animal meat (grass-fed). Paleolithic man would not have been enjoying salt, granulated sugars,

    or other processed foods. Needless to say the diet would have eliminated butters, cooking oil and other modern-day

    food choices.