TPV Podcast, Episode 9: Weight Loss with Paleo Part 2

Our nineth show!
Ep. 9: Weight Loss with Paleo Part 2

 

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah continue the discussion about weight loss with the paleo diet and answer your questions left over from episode 6. Trust us, this episode is completely awesome and terrific and does not suffer from the lack of Stefani Ruper of Paleo for Women at all! In this episode, we continue our discussion about losing weight with the paleo diet. We answer questions on meal frequency, overcoming food addiction and why your loss may have stalled.

 

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 8: Weight Loss with Paleo Part 2

  • 0:00 – Introduction
  • 1:18 – News and Views
  • 13:43 – Science with Sarah: Meal frequency; Is it better to eat more times per day or just three?
    • Sarah’s article on this topic with citations
  • 21:43 – Questions and answers
    • 23:07 – Is there such thing as a set point and how do I change mine?
      • Sarah has two posts on weight set point here and here
      • Stacy’s post on losing weight before her 30th birthday
      • The study that found that slightly overweight people lived longer
        • (It’s worth noting that the most disadvantage people for longevity were the underweight, meaning being a model is not only unobtainable for most people, but it is also more deadly than weighting 250 pounds)
    • 33:09 – Why did I lose weight quickly the first time I went paleo, but slow the second time?
    • 46:13 – How do I overcome food addiction and obsession that repeatedly derails me?
    • 1:03:22 – Why would adding protein make me gain weight?
  • 1:09:57 – Outro

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About Matthew

Matthew McCarry has written 217 post in this blog.

Matt is the husband of Stacy and somehow manages to contribute to this blog in between taking care of three children, producing the Paleo View Podcast and cooking most of the food featured here.

  • Liesl

    I love listening to your podcasts! I look forward to them every week.
    Thank you for taking the time to do them, they are very encouraging and comforting.

  • Tavia

    I just wanted to tell you, I look forward to your podcast every week! I walk my son to school and listen to it while I walk :) It’s my new favorite paleo podcast. Looking forward to episode 10. Thank you!!

  • RevKT

    Thank you for talking about food addiction. I am in therapy and have looked into eating disorder programs, however, they are not geared for people who binge eat, only anorexia and the binge/purge cycle for people who are underweight. They force you to eat pasta, cakes, pizza, etc.. to “stop you from fearing food.” They will not allow a Paleo diet, calling it too restrictive and disordered eating because it cuts out so many food groups. Are there people out there who have treated binge eating disorder and helped people who want to be Paleo? It’s interesting because my doctors who treat my bipolar recommend a Paleo diet to manage the disorder, but the mental health professionals who work with eating disorders will not consider Paleo as an option. (At least none that I have found yet.)

    I was also in Overeaters Anonymous as well as lost a lot of weight on Weight Watchers (and gained it all back), but again, they all promote diets that are not so restrictive as Paleo and get pretty upset at the idea of Paleo, so its not a supportive environment. And frankly, most of the Paleo forums get pretty annoyed with people who are “weak, lazy, and make up excuses” and struggle with sticking with Paleo. How do we create a supportive environment for all of us?

    • http://PaleoParents.com Stacy & Matt

      This is the only way I know how to create that environment, and with podcasting here and on Paleo for Women as well as Paleo Magazine Radio the message IS spreading! :)