10 Foods To Remove From Your Diet To Regain Your Health


You want to look forward to your days, right?

You want to be healthy.

You want to be productive.

You want to get pregnant.

Man, you want to have energy to manage a baby should you get pregnant.

I’ve been there.

And now I’m here.

Better health, much happier, plenty of energy.

And enjoying my time with my great kids.

Recently I wrote about My Big Message Of Life.

If you have any kind of health issue – mental or physical –

The first thing to do is change your diet.

And a few people wanted to know what to change.

So I thought I’d write about it.

In case it helped.

You know, just in case you’re one of those women who want to feel good.

And currently don’t.

You may be one of those lucky, lucky people who are able to simply cut out swathes of food items and not look back.

I am not one of those people.

For years I was addicted to my food.

I had trouble controlling my consumption of several in particular.

Once I started, I couldn’t stop.

They were ‘trigger’ foods for me.

When I started this, my original goal was simply to gain control.

Too many times I felt food had the better of me.

Changing my diet wasn’t necessarily to lose weight or gain greater health.

Last year, when I started this process, I was home cooking all our food.

We would eat out in a restaurant once a fortnight.

But I have never been a fast food fan.

I consider McDonalds and the like to be akin to the devil incarnate.

Indoctrinating kids with their subliminal marketing techniques.

Turning them into cult members.

But using chemical-laden pseudo-food instead of Kool-Aid.

To encourage mass suicide.

(Okay, deep breath, I’ll calm down now. :-))

My main problems with were sugar and wheat.

After a three-week gorge on all that is near and dear to my English heart while on a trip home, and being on the increasingly uncontrollable cycle of low energy, sugar and caffeine high, twitchy legs and muscle cramps, I vowed to start by cutting wheat cold turkey the moment the wheels of our Virgin Atlantic plane touched the runway at SFO.

And crucially, I wrote about it.

Accountability via this blog is one of big benefits of writing it.

The response was almost instantaneous.

I immediately lost the sleepy feeling that would often cause me to prop my eyelids open with matchsticks.

Then send me to my bed mid-afternoon as I gave up the fight.

Excessive sleepiness had been big problem for me.

If I napped this way, I’d wake up feeling like someone had used me to wipe the floor and then tossed me in a heap in the corner.

I would be good for nothing from that point on and my whole day was lost.

So I had more productive hours in my day plus, as a side benefit, I lost several pounds immediately.

That was July 2010.

In September, I came upon The Primal Blueprint which advocates a diet that replicates more or less what our ancestors ate way back millions of  years ago.

This wasn’t the first time I’d been exposed to the paleo/primal/caveman/stone-age/whatever-name-you-want-to-give-it way of eating.

Several years ago when I was still giving my kids fish sticks and sugary applesauce, I heard about it.

Back then, there were just a few websites and some recipes using something called arrowroot.

It seemed completely restricting and crazily un-doable at that time.

Now, with better support, I was ready.

My success with dropping the wheat motivated me to gain greater benefits by dropping all grains and potatoes.

I simply dropped the rice/pasta/potato accompaniment at dinner, had soup or salad for lunch, smoothie or eggs for breakfast.

And the gains just continued to come.

Steady energy all day, clearer thinking, increased activity, better, longer cycles, less pain, happier moods, a few more pounds lost.

The 2am wakings and anxiety that filled the gap where sleep should have been disappeared.

And finally, surprisingly, less niceness.

More assertion.

Less tolerance for the unacceptable.

Some big boys got fleas in their ears.

And not given to them by my cats, neither.

Snacking and occasionally bingeing on sugar was the final major hurdle and I went back and forth over this for several months.

But then I wrote this post about sugar taking the biscuit in our house and asking for help.

I read all the advice.

Several times.

And one day, I was feeling a bit a rebel, a bit punk rock.

The sugar.

I threw. It. Out.

I picked up a gallon bag of leftover Easter candy, ate a few and then tipped it all in the garbage.

I was so pleased with myself, I updated my status on Facebook.

And waited for the sky to fall in.

You know what?

Nothing happened. Nothing.

The world didn’t stop, my heart didn’t stop beating, my kids got up the next morning and went to school.

All was…normal.

I’d like to say dependency over.

But like an addict, I probably will never be able to say that.

I’ll always need to be vigilant.

And I’m preparing for the sugar fest that will happen on a monthly basis starting Halloween already.

But I’m confident that as long as I keep the house mostly free of sugar.

And if I throw it away as soon as I can.

I can say that I own sugar.

And not the other way around.

The Coke Zero still calls me occasionally.

But nowadays I mostly restrict myself to the odd sip.

I drink tea with milk. Too many emotional associations for me to give it up but I may yet.

Eating raw almonds is like eating tree bark in my opinion but I can’t stop at just a few.

So I just don’t buy them.

I use coconut oil, butter, ghee or fat from meat to cook with.

I eat most meats in their various forms but rarely ham or other deli meat.

I eat fish.

I eat a lot of eggs (the number would shock you) and vegetables.

I eat a few pieces of fruit a week often in green or berry smoothies.

I eat the same food pretty much every day.

Over time, I’ve noticed the transitioning to healthier eating follows a predictable pattern.

One of gaining awareness through research and reading, trying it out, falling off the wagon, trying again, falling, etc. several times.

Sometimes over several years.

But like a baby learning to walk, if you want it, if you keep at it, have a curious mind and a determined disposition, eventually those stuttering first steps become easy strides.

And eventually the skill gets integrated into the unconscious.


10 Foods To Remove From Your Diet To Regain Your Health

I eat or drink nothing or very little of the list below.

1. Alcohol

2. Soda (diet or regular)

3. All processed food

4. Anything with sugars or high fructose corn syrup

5. Wheat products

6. All grains including rice

7. Potatoes (occasionally I’ll eat sweet potato)

8. Legumes – beans, peanuts, peas

9. Corn

10. Vegetable Oils



Dairy products – milk, cheese, yogurt





Eat aplenty:



Eggs (unless allergic)





Education is a huge part of this process and I wouldn’t be able to do it without using these resources continuously.

The websites I visit regularly:

Marks Daily Apple
The most popular primal/paleo site on the Web.

Everyday Paleo
Sarah Fragoso’s site for women raising paleo families.

Being Primal
Go see how Dean transformed himself from everyone’s favorite teacher to the paleo movement’s answer to George Clooney…:-)

The Primal Parent
Peggy Emch’s site tackles some of the more intriguing and knottier issues relating to women and primal living.


The books I recommend:

Everyday Paleo
Very accessible, family friendly book including recipes by Sarah Fragoso.

The Primal Blueprint
Popular, comprehensive book discussing the lifestyle and principles behind it by Mark Sisson.


You now have everything you need to go make a change.

But don’t take my word for any of this.

Experiment for yourself with these guidelines.

Because I don’t believe in one size fits all.

We all vary with our different body compositions, different body constitutions.

We can withstand different tolerances.

We seek different goals.

But if you don’t have the life you want.

And your health is letting you down in some way.

Try it.

Go cold turkey or take baby steps. It’s up to you.

Your health is worth it. You are worth it.

Your family are worth it.

Go make one change, just one.

But do it, today, and turn that vicious circle on its’ head.


And for all.

Do you have any questions? Can I suggest any tips? Just how many eggs *do* I eat a week? Leave me a comment!

{ 144 comments… read them below or add one }

DrJulieAnn aka The Modern Retro Woman
August 23, 2011 at 9:09 am

Great article, Alison! Isn’t it amazing how eating real food positively impacts our lives?

The insidiousness of pseudo-foods is pervasive. A little over a year ago, The Mister and I decided to give up foods sweetened with high fructose corn syrup. Oh my goodness! If food doesn’t have an artificial sweetener like aspartame or splenda in it (I had long ago become aware of the effect of aspartame on my ability to think), it has HFCS in it. And most of the time I can’t figure out why there was need to include it. Fortunately for us, we usually eat real food but some of my retro recipes call for a can of soup or a condiment that sends me on a hunt for a non-HFCS version.

My mantra: Try to eat two pounds of raw and cooked veggies a day (and no, a pound of french fries doesn’t count…). Of course I never eat that much but it reminds me that those veggies are full of goodness that keep me healthy and strong!
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Alison Golden August 23, 2011 at 9:45 am

Hey Julie! One reason I shop in Wholefoods despite the cost is the fact their food doesn’t contain HFCS. When I first transitioned to a no-chemical diet 6 years ago, my first grocery shop took me THREE hours. I switched to WF and Trader Joes but still TJs has some stuff that slipped by me with HFCS in it. It had devastating consequences on one of my boys. So I stick to WF and plan my shop very carefully. That way, I don’t spend any more than I used to in the old days of Frankenfood. These days I only visit the perimeter of the store. Hardly go down the aisles at all.


Mary E. Ulrich
August 23, 2011 at 1:26 pm

Alison, love all the specific suggestions. You inspire me and I am trying to eat more fresh fruits and veggies and reduce meat and grains. That’s a start. Keep all those positive suggestions, you really know what you are talking about. Good health to you and all.
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Alison Golden August 23, 2011 at 1:47 pm

Good job, Mary. Just remember to keep or add meat, don’t reduce it. You need it for all sorts of jobs in the body.


August 23, 2011 at 7:59 pm

Thanks for linking this post on twitter (after my asking about quinoa and how it has made me so sick the last few times I’ve eaten it). So, does the Paleo diet help with T-Tapp? I’m just so tired of all the mixed messages I get about what I should/shouldn’t eat. I just want to be healthy. I want to feel good. I want to get ahead of my depression (while no one has told me as such, I’m pretty sure that changing my diet will help with my depression).

Anyway – you’re not the only person who is pushing (in a good way) the Paleo diet. I’ll admit. I’m addicted to food. It’s very well rooted in my childhood experiences. I’ve struggled with it for so long. Before, my struggle was ONLY with overeating. But I think it’s now affecting my mental and physical health as well.

Geez. I sound like a hot mess. But, then again, maybe I am. 🙂
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Alison Golden August 23, 2011 at 8:40 pm

You know what I’d do, Christan? I’d get Sarah Fragoso’s book (link in post) out of the library and read the introduction. She talks in a very female-friendly way about how Paleo helped her depression and other ailments such as regular yeast problems. The book is GREAT. Straightforward and she makes it all sound very normal. At the end of the day it is a meat and veggies way of eating not that much different from what our parents espoused.

Re. T-Tapp – I do T-Tapp for exercise and eat Paleo. Again T-Tapp is more female-friendly than some of the other programs out there like Crossfit or P90X. It’s designed by a woman for women. Particularly women who have health or serious weight issues. I walk and use kettlebells too but T-Tapp is the core component of my exercise.

I would recommend changing your diet as the priority over exercise if you could only do one thing.

One last thing about being addicted to food. I have found that I am addicted to the foods that I am intolerant to. That’s why I keep referring to foods as a drug. The things I crave the most are the things that are bad for me. Once I stop eating them, my problems disappear. Right now, I’m on Day#4 of a 30-Day no dairy challenge. I have stopped overeating! I eat a moderate amount and stop. It is quite amazing to me because this has been with me since my last pregnancy.

I hope that helps, Christan. You sound like you want to turn things around. Read, read and read some more. Eventually a light will go off. …Let me know how it goes. ((Hugs)) 🙂


August 24, 2011 at 6:02 am

I agree 100%. Sugar can be detrimental to the immune system so throwing it out is healthier for everyone. I stumbled your post.
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 6:24 pm

I’m currently doing autoimmune paleo that in addition to the above list removes dairy, nightshades (tomatoes in my case,) nuts and seeds. This is the strictest of the strict. That’s because I have had chronic fatigue syndrome and autoimmune disease (endometriosis.) I’m on Day 6 and I am feeling great! So, if sugar isn’t enough to get the immune system back into gear, then maybe more needs to go…:-)


August 24, 2011 at 7:03 am

Good for you for incorporating such healthy eating into your life! I’m a huge fan of coconut oil, eggs, and green smoothies too. My 14 month son is also. I’m looking forward to checking out the resources you recommended. Thanks!
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 6:27 pm

Thank you! I have to say that a few weeks ago I had never used coconut oil but I’ve discovered that my resistance often stems from not knowing where in the store to find it. Simple strategy but so easy to see a big improvement. Find out where these “weird” things are in the store and one day you may find yourself picking them up and taking them out! Sounds like you’re already well on your way, Charise. 🙂


August 24, 2011 at 10:45 am

These are great tips, I’ve been struggling to give up dairy and it’s been such a challenge — especially since there aren’t as many vegan options where I live, but I’m going to keep on trying! 😉
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 6:30 pm

I hope you find a way around the dairy/vegan thing, Laura. Many paleo eaters are former vegetarians. You can’t do paleo and be a vegetarian – it requires too many animal products.


Kristl Story August 24, 2011 at 1:12 pm

I’m doing well on 8 out of 10…I just can’t give up my legumes + whole grains since I’m a vegetarian.
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 6:31 pm

Great job on the 8/10 Kristl. I’m impressed. 🙂


Amy ~ Eat. Live. Laugh. Shop.
August 24, 2011 at 3:18 pm

There goes tonight’s dinner!

Seriously, though, I would like to reduce our sugar intake. We are good at avoiding most processed food and eat lots of fresh veggies. Our (I’m blaming my entire family here) biggest splurge is sweets – always homemade, but with sugar nonetheless! I’ve banned all HFCS from our house. That I can do. But a life without chocolate chip cookies. Baby steps for now.

Great post.
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 6:33 pm

One of the things that made a big difference on the way I looked at sweets was a comment from Melody on my Sugar Takes The Biscuit post. Her husband is a diabetic, they don’t have sweets in the house and they don’t miss them. It made me think that if my life depended on it, I wouldn’t have sugar and I wouldn’t miss it either. All the other emotional associations around sugar like it being a treat, reminders of childhood, etc. would simply evaporate. That had a big impact on me. Great job on the HFCS. That stuff is evil! 🙂


Diet Minded August 24, 2011 at 3:21 pm

Soda has been the worst problem for me and I think for many people. It’s just empty calories and if you drink 2-3 a day you can gain a ton of weight quickly.

Red meat is also something I am eating a lot less of nowadays.
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 6:37 pm

I agree with you about the soda. I love Coke Zero and can easily turn a few sips into a bottle a day habit but as I get cleaner and cleaner with my diet, the cravings get less and less (hardly a whisper these days) and easy/ier to resist.

Primal/paleo is pro-meat. I eat more red meat these days. I was never a big meat eater but now I’ve dropped the sugar and grains, I love meat. It is nutritionally dense and great for energy building.


eileen ludwig
August 24, 2011 at 9:16 pm

So good to read your blog again, I saw you comment on someone else from commenthour and pop your link open – nice story on healthy eating
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 6:38 pm

Thanks, Eileen. Great to see you, too. 🙂


Glynis Jolly
August 25, 2011 at 6:21 am

Looks like the South Beach diet, Alison. Not everyone can do this type of diet. For instance, I can’t. I tried and had massive problems with my colon that I am still working to straighten out.
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Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 11:38 am

Hi Glynis:
I actually have a South Beach Diet cookbook on my kitchen counter because I wanted to see if I could use any recipes from it. The fact is I can’t use many. South Beach emphasizes low–fat. Primal is about eating full fat yogurts not low fat ones for example. We need fat to make our brains and bodies work and for satiety. A quick look through the book shows recipes with beans and tortillas. Beans, corns and grains are not part of this way of eating. So there are significant differences. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to clarify that.

And as I say above, everyone is different. No one size fits all. We have to experiment with what works for us. You are the expert on you.


Sara August 25, 2011 at 7:03 pm

I loved these tips. I quit drinking soda on Jan 1. (that was huge for me) I have now given up all dairy and grains. Not to say I don’t have a slip up now and then when I’m not prepared or family wants to eat out….Or I just get tired of cooking non stop. The only thing I cant seem to give up is my dark chocolate. I feel like I have nothing good. My husband says I am torturing myself. I’m not noticing any of the great changes that so many people talk about. I still can’t sleep good, I haven’t lost any weight, still have BM issues. Can’t seem to tolerate to the broccoli, cauliflower, sauerkraut/cabbage….so eating those sparingly. I have so many questions but don’t know who to ask! I read read read. I love the Everday Paleo cookbook! If you can’t have corn and peas…. What veggies do you eat? I have zucchini and mushrooms ALOT! My husband can’t have dark green veggies so we don’t eat them in huge quantities.


Sara August 25, 2011 at 7:15 pm

AND I eat ALOT of eggs too!!!


Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 7:29 pm

🙂 Eggs might be your problem. You could drop them and see how you do.


Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 7:26 pm

Hey Sara:
My husband isn’t paleo/Primal either. He doesn’t sabotage me but it does mean that there are non-paleo food items in our house. Not a lot, but some – loaves of bread, peanut butter, ham.

How strict have you gone? I’m a tough case and have to stay 98% on track to see the health benefits. One splurge on sweets say, and I can undo all my hard work. That was my undoing for a long time. But if I stay clean, I don’t crave all the other things and don’t feel deprived. At all. But as you have read, it’s been a process. A long one.

We eat out once a week and I eat soup or salad. I am not overweight so I don’t see much change there – 5 or so pounds but again if I stray I can gain that back in 24 hours!

Did you read Robb Wolf’s post on Marks Daily Apple this week? I tipped over into the autoimmune paleo WOE after reading that. Stopped the tomatoes as well as the dairy I’d just stopped. He mentions “recognize that an almost total animal product diet may be necessary until you are well.” if you have autoimmune disease. As you are intolerant to veggies I’m wondering if that is what you need to do. It was a great Q&A and it completed many circles for me. I would definitely read it if you haven’t already.

I eat eggs and bacon a lot (I don’t like cooking either.) I make a green smoothie and drink that sometimes over three days – has spinach, celery and parsley as well as fruit. Green beans, brussel sprouts, parsnips, beets, carrots (last three are in the oven now with a roast chicken.) I eat leftovers for breakfast and eat most of my calories earlier in the day.

Please ask more questions here. Reply to this comment and I’ll see what I can do. I also have more tips in my free guide. If you sign up in the box at the end of the post, you will get it as an pdf in your inbox.


Sara August 25, 2011 at 7:48 pm

Thank you so much! I am almost 100% on track other than my 3 squares of 70% dark chocolate each day and we eat pizza out once a month. (I get gluten free crust). If I couldn’t eat eggs I don’t know what I would eat. I try to like seafood but just hate it! I only like meat if I can put it in something so I do lots of hamburger, pork and chicken in soups, casseroles. I have been doing hamburgers in lettuce wrap or tacos the same way. I’m not a huge carrot fan but do eat them. Green beans and cooked spinach are good. The reason I began all of this is because I have tried everything! I can’t lose weight and I just feel crappy. Constipation and soooo gassy for as long as I can remember. That is some better now. But still not great. I am 2 months in. First month was trying. This month I’m getting the hang of it more. Hard for me to find a lot of the things people talk about. No whole foods or trader joes here. I never in a million years would have thought I could do without bread or pasta my favorites and I am amazed I haven’t had either and am doing ok. I miss having something to drink besides water. Feel very sloshy….water logged! Haha


Sara August 25, 2011 at 7:55 pm

Oh and I love to cook but just burn out some days. I try to do most of my weeks cooking and planning on Sunday or Monday. That’s when I do best! I sure wish that I could see some kind of change so that all this work would be positive! My husband, family and friends probably think I am whacked! But of all diets I have tried this one seems the most doable and makes the most sence for me. Thanks again for your suggestions! I did read Robb Wolfs post but am going to re-read it because you might be onto something there that I missed!


Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 8:28 pm

I think you need to kick tomatoes to the curb along with the tacos, muffins and pancakes. I think the 80/20 rule Mark Sisson talks about isn’t nearly enough for some. I would get out Everyday Paleo and try some more recipes. I’d also look at the school lunch menu at the back and that give snack options. It’s important, for some, when we drop our favorite foods to replace them with something else if we are not to end up just eating the same thing every day (although I do because I am not a cook!) So if you can’t have casseroles, get out her cookbook and find something else to cook instead. Few of her recipes have tomatoes. Sara, you’re still early in the process. Keep going and keep in touch!

Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 7:57 pm

I would track your symptoms. Sounds like you’re intolerant to something. My son is sensitive to salicylates that are natural chemicals found in fruits and veggies. He only ate pears, brussel sprouts and cabbage along with turkey, eggs and red meat for a year! But the changes were amazing. You can read a little more with useful links here: The Evils of Fruits And Veggies. Keep the questions coming. I love to help, Sara! 🙂


Sara August 25, 2011 at 8:13 pm

Ok, you got it! Haha. My chiropractor/nutiritioniat did a Zyto scan and said that turkey, walnuts and apples were high on my allergy list. I had been eating a lot of turkey. That seemed to help when I cut those things. I am eating almost no fruit other than blueberries or bananas in pancakes or banana muffins and that’s very occasional. I do eat tomatoes ALOT. I think I might lay off of them. But then what on earth can I eat? That’s the base to most of my casseroles or soups. YIPES? Like you I eat my favorites over and over. Tacos, roast, vegetable soup, and lots of egg mixtures. Salsa is a big thing I put on almost evrything…. Maybe it’s tomatoes? I am going to be soooooo sad….

Sara August 25, 2011 at 8:34 pm

Just thinking…. The nutritionist also told me I have lots of inflammation which does make me think your onto something with the autoimmune thing…. So what can I eat if I back off veggies? You have been doing this and having good results? Thanks so much for letting me pick your brain for more ideas! Just read the Evils of Fruits and Vegetables….. Wow!
I also have planters facitius in both feet which makes hard to exercise! I saw your post on ttapp? Tell me more!


Alison Golden August 25, 2011 at 9:44 pm

I have done T-Tapp since 2004. I think it is the most comprehensive time-efficient (more bang for your buck/time) workout around. It is a home DVD based program of specific moves designed to rehab and strengthen your body. Designed by Teresa Tapp and while not exclusively for women, women are by far the main market. I haven’t had plantar fascitis but other people have reported great results with improving it using T-Tapp. In the top menu under Warrior Fitness, you’ll find a whole bunch of posts I’ve done about T-Tapp including my story and Peg’s who lost 30 inches in a short space of time (3 months, I think.)

If you back off veggies, I would keep trying one at a time to see if any of them give the symptoms you mentioned. Use that as an accompaniment to your meat. I would start with brussel sprouts and other low salicylate veggies. Bacon and eggs for breakfast. I do eat veggies but I have lowered the amount I eat and cut out tomatoes and peppers altogether. Mushrooms can be problematic too. Perhaps I should do a ‘what do I eat in a day’ post. 😉


Sara August 26, 2011 at 5:19 am

Yes!! What do you eat? I think your really onto something! I eat a ton of peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, and zucchini. Going to google low salicylate veggies and see what is on that list! Thank YOU so much! Also going to check out the ttapp and get that dvd!


Sara August 26, 2011 at 5:37 am

looks like bacon and eggs for breakfast and Brussel Sprouts for lunch…. Hmmm, going to a family reunion on Sunday…. What can I take to that? Deviled Eggs is the only thing coming to mind.


Alison Golden August 26, 2011 at 9:09 am

Today I will have leftover roast chicken and green beans, bacon and eggs, some pork with dried cherries, mashed cauliflower and brussel sprouts. 🙂

Depending on your fitness level, look at <a href="T-Tapp Basic Plus, More (if more candles on the cake, more to lose) or T-Tapp Total Workout. I also like to refer people to this page on Body Types because it is often a revelation and makes people happy when lightbulbs go off. 🙂

I would take deviled eggs to the potluck. Try Sarah Fragoso’s recipe for them with sun-dried tomatoes. They look good! I’ve got real good at surveying a potluck early on at a party for food I can eat. And then eating only that. This is a real change for me as I don’t like parties and the only reason I’d go is to eat the food! And then I’d scarf all sorts of unmentionables. But not now. 🙂


Sara August 26, 2011 at 5:45 pm

I ordered the ttapp DVD today and am making deviled eggs for the reunion. I went to the store today and couldn’t find much to buy when I can’t do tomatoes, peppers and mushrooms! Those are my staples. I did get brussel sprouts, bacon, grass fed hamburgers. If I can’t do fruit or almonds either…. I’m struggling. What do you have for snacks?


Alison Golden August 26, 2011 at 6:10 pm

Hi Sara!

I have apples and pears. Pears are very low in salicylates. I eat cold meat. I drink fruit tea (cranberry apple,) lemon juice in hot water, black tea with coconut milk. I keep leftovers in the fridge and warm them up. Hardboiled eggs. I make meatballs, curried chicken salad and mini quiches in batches for my kids lunches and freeze them. So I eat those. That kind of thing. Great job on the T-Tapp! Let me know how it goes. 🙂

Sara August 26, 2011 at 6:22 pm

Ok, I can’t do apples but pears are good. I drink tea too. Do your meatballs have tomato in them though? We love Sarahs meatloaf recipe and I make a huge batch of chicken salad about every other week! Love boiled eggs too. I’ll get the hang of it. I usually eat a lot of taco meat or fajitas but without the veggies it might not be so good! Lol. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your help! I feel so much better just having someone to run things by. At least I feel like I am on the right track again.

Alison Golden August 26, 2011 at 6:28 pm

Sara, the meatballs call for spinach but you could put any leafy vegetable. I break up brussel sprout leaves or parsley or whatever one you want. I just whizz it in the food processor and then put it in the meat with the seasonings. Sometimes I roll in almond flour, sometimes I don’t.

You’re very welcome! 🙂

Michelle Steiner
August 26, 2011 at 7:10 am

I’m not so sure I could give up all that you have. But, I am glad that it is working for you! Although, there are some things I have given up as I start the Atkins diet again, as that is the one diet I have found that seems to work best for me. While our reasons may be different, our ultimate goal is the same, better health!
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Alison Golden August 26, 2011 at 8:58 am

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Atkins is very restrictive, in the beginning, but you add some of those things back in, and only a bit of it. I never did follow the Atkins to the T, only because there are some things I just can’t do without, and some things I still cannot stand to eat to this day.

I’m going to have to find my books on the diet again. All I can remember is the first two weeks of the diet are the hardest, and then you start adding things back in gradually. It is mainly a low / no carb diet, which is what is killing my metabolism (I think). While I love my carbs and don’t want to give them up, it is something that I need to do. And I know one day soon, I will be allowed a few carbs back in the diet.
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Hey Shay,

I say it’s win-win-WIN! ‘Cuz your man gets the benefit as well. 😉


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Sara August 28, 2011 at 8:29 pm

Reunion went well! I made good choices and no desserts! Made a hamburger and brussel sprouts for supper. Following your lead!


Sara August 28, 2011 at 8:33 pm

Took a big plate of fresh sliced tomatoes out of garden and deviled eggs as planned. Came home with empty plates!


Alison Golden August 28, 2011 at 8:41 pm

Were they good? I guess they must have been if you had empty plates! I’m making them for my kids school lunch tomorrow. And great job on the choices! My family (we’re transitioning but not there completely) had their first burgers without the bun yesterday. I put the patty on a bed of spinach and topped it with a fried egg. They loved it! Keep up the great work, Sara! 🙂


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Sara August 29, 2011 at 9:45 am

Ohhh, I am hooked on lettuce wraps for hamburgers, tacos, and chicken salad. I have skirt steak thawed for fajitas tonight. I’m having a hard time knowing how to do things without tomatoes, peppers and mushrooms?


Alison Golden August 29, 2011 at 12:07 pm

Hi Sara: Don’t worry, you are learning a new skill and you’re in the hardest phase right now. The point where you know you need to do something but you don’t know what to do. I would do three things: keep going (most important,) go online to some primal recipe websites and get some ideas, and implement. My suggestion would be to make new recipes rather than adapt the ones you have because they don’t taste the same and that can sabotage us. But mix it up and see what works for you. As well as Everyday Paleo, you can try Wellness Mama, The Primal Home, The Primal Kitchen…


Sara August 29, 2011 at 12:34 pm

Oh yes, I am using all new Paleo recipes. This is month 3 for me. Month one was trial and error. Month 2 way better. Month 3ion very determined and excited. I was doing really good until you suggested trying the low salicylate veggies… Now a lot of my recipes are not working out the same. Everyday Paleo is a favorite for sure. I love your ideas too so keep them coming!!


Alison Golden August 30, 2011 at 2:51 pm

I thought of you last night as we had a meal I wouldn’t suggest for you – portobello mushrooms with pork sausage, peppers and celery. I didn’t eat it but it got the thumbs up from my family. Peppers are not good for me. How are you doing, Sara?


Sara August 30, 2011 at 3:15 pm

I am doing really good, thanks! I did have brussel sprouts the last 2 days and I have to say anything in the cabbage family really makes me gassy and bloated. Weird! I printed off a recipe for Shephards Pie from Marks Daily Apple site that I am going to try this week. Since we do have so many tomatoes in the garden I have had a few slices but nothing like what I had been. I don’t know but my weigh in day is Friday and I think just maybe I have lost a little this week…. I’ll keep you posted.

I am wondering what I could do with your recipe to make it something good for me… I have a package of pork sausage in the fridge…. What could I put with it in place of mushrooms and peppers? I have to find something to replace those veggies!

Keep me in the back of your mind when your making all that yummy food and let me know when you have ideas! Love it! How long have you been doing this because you seem to be a pro for sure!!

Alison Golden August 31, 2011 at 11:42 am


Re. your question about how long I have been doing this. For myself a year, slowly dropping food items until it becomes second nature. But my first foray was in 2006 when I changed my son’s diet virtually overnight. I removed products with artificial flavorings and colorings, then all processed food, salycilates and amines, then gluten, then dairy (casein.) It was a job but it was necessary as urgent things are. But it was important because they were affecting him so badly.

So I’ve had a long experience of experimenting with foods and seeing the affects on health and behavior. I’ve also gone the cold turkey route and the baby steps one. Which route a person goes depends on their personal preference and reason for doing it.

If you can tolerate them (or test to see if you do tolerate them) I’d perhaps mix in carrots and parsnips into the sausage. 🙂


Sara August 31, 2011 at 6:26 pm

Thinking of you tonight as I previewed the t-tapp video that came today. Looks doable to me. Tomorrow September 1 and I am starting this program. Thanks!! Did you notice change when you started this? Lose weight or inches? Firm up?

I had salad for lunch with grilled chicken breast. Eggs and spinach for supper. I think Friday is going to bring good results on the scale. I have been battling 3 pounds all month! Lost it in beginning, then gained it back but I think I might have beat it this week!? Ohhhh I hooe so! A month of being this determined sure seems like a loss is due! Also tells me that cutting back on tomatoes, peppers and mushrooms might have helped! Your a genius. Very interesting about how you got started with this program! Good for you for stepping up to the plate and finding help for your son. I wish I would have know about this when my kids were little! It’s great that your family goes along with you. My step daughter has CF and has to eat lots of fat and calories. Also lots of salt is what they say she needs. Its hard for her to gain weight and here I can’t lose! my husband has liked a lot of the things I make but doesn’t really follow Paleo. He likes his junk food! I miss the salty snacks but so far I’m making it pretty good. I love talking about all of this!

August 29, 2011 at 6:55 pm

What? Wait. You lost me at “alcohol”. I’m just kidding. Actually, you lost me at “wheat products” because I don’t know if I would EVER give up a great sandwich.

Not to mention, I am the laziest person when it comes to making food. I’ll work out, I’ll drink lots of water, hell, I can eliminate alcohol most days. But I don’t know if I can go primal ALL the time, only because it involves ME cooking ALL the time.

I majored in Anthropology in college and was very aware of the foods our ancestors ate before they processed it. And I can tell you the thought crossed my mind many times to attempt following in their footsteps. I always knew with that pure diet that was meant for our bodies along with the advancements we have these days in medicine and science, someone can live a healthy, long life.

I have given up sugar and processed foods in the past but still ate “whole” grains and I couldn’t believe the energy I had! And the weight just fell off! I bet this way of eating is superior.

I may look into it because, simply, it has my curiosity but can’t guarantee it will be full time going. But I can try.

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Alison Golden August 30, 2011 at 2:49 pm

I used to be just like you. Haven’t we discussed being twins before? 😉 I used to be terrible at making food, I just don’t like it. But it is so important to me…and the energy I get from eating this way can then be applied to cooking more things. Virtuous circle.

And I love a good sandwich but now it doesn’t bother me to turn them down. I have to watch it though. I’m going back to the UK in early October and that will be my first major test for some while. So many pastries and cake with many emotional associations…


August 30, 2011 at 10:37 am

I find this whole paleo movement so interesting, but I agree that all people are different and there isn’t a one-size fits all. Even looking back to our ancestors, people ate differently in different parts of the world.

I am a vegetarian and don’t see that ever changing. I am incorporating the green smoothies into my diet, using coconut milk/oil, lots of greens and a little fruit. Even with that I have noticed a lot of difference. That and reducing my dairy.
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Alison Golden August 30, 2011 at 10:48 am

I so agree, Brenna, with your comment that even our ancestors ate differently in different parts of the world. I am fair skinned with blond hair and descend from Northern Europe, it is likely that my ancestors ate very differently from those who come from nearer the Equator. Some groups would have eaten proportionately more meat and less green food, others would have the opposite. Others would have access to fruit, others none. It doesn’t make sense that everyone will respond the same.

This is the problem I have with research studies. By their very nature their conclusions relate to the mass under the major portion of the bell curve. The outliers on the edge are the minority but still a significant number and especially significant if you happen to be one of them. I can only repeat the mantra, you are the expert on you.

Dropping the dairy has been huge for me. I only had a little before I made the change but man, less dark circles under my eyes and tons of energy. One cup of tea has me bouncing off the walls!


August 30, 2011 at 10:51 am

Isn’t that amazing? I have noticed that the weekends or evenings out when I allow myself a treat, that I end up asleep on the couch at some point during the day – like about now. 😉 I am loving the green smoothies and what they have done for my sense of well-being and skin, as well as reducing the dairy. I just don’t see adding meat as a good thing for me…
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Alison Golden August 31, 2011 at 4:09 pm

You’re right, it becomes a virtuous circle after a while. And although I don’t believe everyone will get relief in a fashion and timescale that is acceptable to them from diet alone, I do think that amazing things can happen from changing our diet and that it should be the *first* thing we do in our task to turn things around.


Sara September 5, 2011 at 7:06 pm

Hi Alison, need some ideas. I’m going on a Quilt retreat next weekend. Thursday thru Monday. Meals are included with our stay but I’m doingso good Paleo that I decided I will take my own food. I have meatloaf, chicken taco meat, and stew. I don’t have much refrigerator space… But do have some. I think I will take boiled eggs and bacon already done. I still need a bunch more meals as it will be 4 full days.

Great news is I was down 4 pounds on Friday! Thank you! My goal this week is to get 10,000 steps in each day but I have a doozy of a sinus infection going right now so we shall see how that goes.

Hope you had a great weekend!!


Alison Golden September 5, 2011 at 8:51 pm

Congratulations on the 4 pounds, that is awesome! Don’t worry about the exercise if you feel bad from the sinus infection. You can do that later.

Okay, your food. You don’t say you have a way to warm it up but I’m assuming you do if you are taking stew. So I would take meatballs already cooked – ground meat, chopped spinach, seasoning, roll them and bake on a baking sheet. You can take curried chicken salad or one that you like. You can mix up eggs, cream, bacon bits or ham or other meat, put some veggies in, salt and pepper. Grease and dust with some nut flour half a dozen muffin holes. Fill with the egg mixture about halfway. Cook on 350deg and you have mini crustless quiches/frittata. You can make some nut bars before you go – recipe on my Facebook page. What about a soup? Everyday Paleo book has one for butternut squash that looks good.


Sara September 6, 2011 at 8:23 pm

Once again you have great ideas! I do have access to microwave and I will take those suggestions!! Went to Dr today as I leave thursday and didn’t want to be sick or contagious. I’m feeling better already. Lots to do tomorrow including canning tomatoes, packing, and getting projects cut out for sewing, cooking up meals! YIPES hope I wake up early!! Thank you so much!


Sara September 7, 2011 at 12:49 pm

Ok here I go! Leaving in the morning for my retreat. Cooked all afternoon! I have boiled eggs and banana for breakfast each morning, Chicken Breast and veggies, scrambled eggs with meat and veggies in it, ground chicken taco meat for taco salad, stew, chili, and broccoli slaw, pickles and Boars Head chicken to make wraps for lunch! I have some dark chocolate and trail mix for snacks. Also some pears in 100% juice for dessert if I feel the need some nights. (they all eat dessert after every meal…. so if I feel like I want to stay with them I will have my pears or applesauce)

With that said…. I plan on getting two quilt tops made, a purse and 4 little wristlets! Lets just say there is a lot of sewing going on here!! No tv, radio…. just us and our machines buzzing along! Great fun!!

Hope your having a great week! I’m happy to have all my meals planned and ready. Now to load them all up and make room for it all! YIPES!


Alison Golden September 7, 2011 at 9:51 pm

Wow, Sara, you have been busy! Your commitment to this is awesome! You go, girl. This is the way to be successful – plan, prepare, practice what you preach. And be proud of your achievement. Seriously. This is a huge achievement and a huge change in habits. Congratulations. Have a great time and come back feeling a million dollars! Come back and tell me what happened, okay? 🙂


Sara September 12, 2011 at 11:35 am

Back from Quilt Retreat and I did GREAT! Can’t wait to see what the scale says in the morning. It was hard to not eat with the others but I did it. Avoided all but about 3 bites of carbs!! Home and have no energy for grocery shopping today. Have a fridge full of tomatoes to can as well. I’m sooooo tired! Laundry started and I better get busy! Thanks again for all the great tips and I hope you have had a great week. I’ll catch up on all the goings on since I have been gone tonight. I made 2 purses, a baby quilt, pieced a large Halloween quilt and made 4 little wristlet bags and started another quilt top all this while I was gone! Woot Woot! 4 days of nothing but sewing with friends…. AND eating Paleo for me!


Alison Golden September 12, 2011 at 2:24 pm

Atta girl, Sara! I was wondering about you. I bet you’re so proud of yourself for sticking to it. Hopefully that pride will keep the ball rolling until tomorrow and you will see some change if you can’t see them already. If you’re ready to dive into T-Tapp you should also measure yourself in about 8 places (left arm, right arm, bust, waist, abs, hips, left and right thigh) and record them somewhere. If you do T-Tapp consistently over time, you will see and feel changes but not on the scale most likely. Sounds like you had an awesome weekend all round. Good job on sticking to your guns. I have a trip to London to prepare for next month and I’m still mulling over my plan of action 😉


Pam August 11, 2012 at 12:03 am

SO enjoying reading all of these comments.
I have a question: I have had a stomach ache all day
After eating popcorn and then I remembered I had one
last time I ate popcorn too.
I grew up eating popcorn and had no issues
that I can recall.
Any reactions to this from you?


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You can damage your gut at any time, Pam. And illness, antibiotics, and just a years of eating our standard (unhealthy) diet especially wheat and sugar can upset the digestive balance. I would leave off it and start observing if any other food items cause this reaction in you. And of course stop eating the foods listed above. 🙂
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