is what Drew told me after I asked him what he would like contribute to this post. He speaks the truth without the slightest bit of reservation on how it comes out. Therefore, I shall maintain speaking erm posting without reservation, so please forgive me by not taking offense to the improper, Honey Boo Boo
-like question of ”how much less fat are you getting”? Drew is 6.2lb less fat; I am 4.5lb less fat*.
*Last Thursday’s Less Fat
Again, I truly be sorry for I be speaking my language of American and not you’re English language. Oh dear, have I gone too far with the misuse of “you’re”? Alright, I will cease for now
follow-up on Tuesday’s post, Drew said his favorite site is Caveman Power (see first hyperlink from previous post).
Yep, it clearly is Tuesday. Who the hell cares? I just raised my hand, so pretend you care. Tuesday instantly makes me think of Thursday. Last Thursday, Drew and I began our journey of eating like cavemen, which basically consists of eating fruits, vegetables, and meats. Woah!? I know it is totally rocket science, right?
Anyhow all sarcasm aside, the “diet” also includes natural sources of sugar, oil, and flour. This part of it was new to me because I had never heard of coconut flour being used as a healthier alternative for regular old flour. There’s a lot to learn, but it is not (to us anyways) in anyway overwhelming. I am excited about it, so if you would like to learn more go to google and type the word: “paleo”. There are so many great sites out there with recipes and all sorts of stuff. My personal favorite at the moment is Michelle Tam’s nom nom paleo. First, it has a cool name. Second, just look at it. WAIT! I recommend grabbing a few napkins to wipe up any potential drool puddles. Fine. Don’t do it, but don’t blame me when your keyboard stops working from water damage.
Well—that is it for now. I will ask Drew whether he has a favorite site for my next post. In the meantime, do you have a favorite paleo site? Have you ever heard of coconut flour? ;) Talk to me, let me know.