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I’m extremely satisfied with my results of the Paleo Challenge, however I had an extremely good time getting that classic before-picture-look. Many enjoyable hours of beer drinking and pie eating helped me have the December to Remember, which actually started in December 2010- about the time I started to work from home and on the road. The toughest part of the challenge was getting rid of the sugar, especially pie. I woke-up on day four of the competition at night in a cold sweat, which I believe was my body missing the sugar. I have two roommates and I couldn’t throw their groceries away, so I was constantly surrounded by these sugary foods. These two roommates enjoyed harassing me with their choice in food, which are likely the exact same food choices of stoned eight-year-olds all across the United States of America. After day 6 or 7 my cravings were pretty much gone. The highlights of doing the Paleo Challenge for me was the intense focus I had for work. I could get into a work-flow and be able to accomplish more. I racked up a fair amount of designated driver points. I forgot that without a hangover I can have productive Saturday and Sunday mornings. Long story, but I even got to explain this diet to an Amish waitress at an Amish restaurant as the “Adam and Eve kinda diet.” Also, I now look at corn-fed women differently. Anyways, I’m 80/20 hooked on this. Don’t trust my commas, Joe Stuckey
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