Level Health and Nutrition Classes

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Just a quick post for all you guys that are struggling to find support in your area. Like I said in a previous post, I bet a lot of you don’t know a lot of other Paleo people in real life, or if you do, they live far away. That’s the way it is for me. Other than my family, none of my friends that live close to me are Paleo.
We need support to make it, a lot of times. We need someone to guide us with advice, tips and sometimes, we just need an understanding person to vent to.
That’s why I’m teaming up with Orleatha and Chris Smith at Level Health and Nutrition. They are offering free online Paleo classes, training and support for a limited time. The first class starts this Sunday, April 1 at 3 p.m. PST. You can sign up here: Level Health – Introductory Session. Check them out on Facebook for more information. If you’re wondering where to start, if you’ve hit a plateau or if you just want to meet a group of people with similar interests, click here and we’ll see you Sunday!
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Level Health and Nutrition Classes — 6 Comments

  1. I shared this on my Facebook page and Twitter. Tara, we should get in contact. I’m on the Peninsula and besides my family know no-one who eats the way we do. We have similar challenges, reconciling this paleo thing in a non-paleo world.

  2. I am a Primal-eating Brit (as of this January) who would love to know if there are any Primal/Paleo Brits out there. I am disabled due to a spinal injury in 1996, and had found it really hard to lose weight, largely due to my immobility but mainly because the conventional weight-loss advice didn’t work in the long run. I had got to the point where it was impossible for me to reduce the fat content, or the calories in my diet any more (as is advocated by virtually all of the British media). It was only when I stumbled across Dr John Briffa’s brilliant book “Escape The Diet Trap” on Amazon that my eyes were opened to Primal living. I have now lost weight and inches from my body. I’m very lucky as i have found the change in diet relatively easy, particularly as I can eat so much more food than I used to allow myself before, and it has now become a way of life, and will continue to be. I then came across your blog, Tara, which is fantastic and so inspirational! Keep up the good work!

    • There are lots of Primal eating Brits out there, don’t worry we’ll hook you up! Where in UK are you based? Darryl Edwards, the Fitness Explorer (http://www.thefitnessexplorer.com) lives in London, England – he is well connected and I’m sure he can recommend someone in your area. Otherwise, here in the States we have a website called http://www.meetup.com where you can join groups of people with similar interests to yours, meet them and make connections. I’m not sure if Meetup exists in the UK, but there must be a similar site. Good luck! You’re not alone. My family in the UK has already gone gluten-free and hopefully will be fully primal soon.

  3. HEY TARA I CAME ACROSS UR WEBSITE TODAY I WAS BROWSING HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT WITH POS, NOTHING SEEMS TO BE WORKING =( I AM SOO TIRED ALL THE TIME I AM A COMPLETE BITCH AT ALL TIMES I DONT KNOW WHAT TOO DOO I GAINED SO MUCH WEIGHT NOW I WEIGH 225 AND IM ONLY 5″0 UGH SOO STRESSFUL I NEED UR HELPP PLZZZ WHERE DO I EVEN START SERIOUSLY I APPRIECATE U LETTING US NO UR STORY ITS SOO ENCOURAGING.

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