Win a copy of Performance Paleo


UPATE: We have a winner! Thanks for reading.

Thanks to the generosity of Stephanie Gaudreau, cookbook author and food blogger extraordinaire, I’m giving away a copy of The Performance Paleo Cookbook. (Read my review here.)

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Win The Performance Paleo Cookbook

To enter: Like Stupid Easy Paleo on Facebook (if you don’t already), Like me on Facebook (if you don’t already), and leave a comment on this blog telling us what your biggest paleo challenge is.

Deadline to enter: Wednesday, January 7 at 11:59 p.m. On Thursday, January 8, I’ll select a random winner and announce it here.

Why leave it to chance? Buy The Performance Paleo Cookbook now and get started with new irresistible and good-for-you paleo recipes.

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  • Danielle Busse says:

    Just getting started. I’m day 3 of my whole30 challenge. So far, my only challenge has been to plan my meals ahead of time so I’m not grocery shopping and preparing meals while “hangry”!

  • Sonja H says:

    My biggest struggle eating paleo is my sweet tooth. I need to teach myself to not let the cravings take over. I do great for a while then I let go and fall back into my bad eating habits. My goal for 2015 is to become healthy and strong. To not let food run my life, I will take control of my food struggles and conquer them

  • Olivia borer says:

    My biggest challenge is balancing a normal college life while being paleo

  • Kim young says:

    I hope to work out enough to need these cookbooks:) now would be great to have new recipes.

  • Amy says:

    Sweets are my biggest challenge…
    Just have to clear my house of any temptations!

  • ashley crawford says:

    My biggest challenge comes at the end of the week when I don’t really have anything left in my fridge to make anything appetizing. I figure its easier to order a pizza and eat on it for a couple of days. I need to start making meals that will last me for a couple days, not just for the night and maybe next morning.

  • Andrew Higgins says:

    Im trying my best to cut bad foods from my diet but I find myself eating the same foods over and over again. I need a copy of the performance paelo cookbook.

  • Lisa says:

    My challenges are described above – I have no idea what to eat before or after a workout.
    Sure there are plenty of googled but then I get all lost and confused in the myriad of advice givers.
    The rules are different for me then for athletes – I’m morbidly obese (for now!!) so would love this book for the delicious, nutritious and SANE advice!

  • Terra Washburn says:

    my biggest struggle is sugar

  • Owen Rasmussen says:

    The hardest thing is the time it takes to prepare thing, especially breakfast when I’m in a hurry.

    also, the second field says “mail” which made me think you needed a mailing address if we won the book. You might want to change it to “email”

  • Sue M says:

    AIP is definitely the biggest challenge! Figuring out what I’m sensitive to, and what will make me feel better, and never being quite sure. Recipes with safe ingredients reduce the stress of cooking.

  • Brianna says:

    My biggest Paleo struggle is varying our meals at home. We tend to get stuck in a food rut sometimes because we don’t switch it up enough.

  • The challenge for me is paying attention and not just putting sweets in my mouth. Sugar is still a bear… But I’m working on it!

  • Cindy says:

    My biggest challenge is being organized with meal planning and having things that the whole family will not just eat, but enjoy as well.

  • Honey says:

    My food scheme has been really bad the last weeks. It started off as a couple of planned “offroad” days during Christmas, but now I can’t seem to stop eating junk. I’m planning to set off on a Whole 50 (I need a challenge :)) on Friday to be ready and feeling awesome in time for the Crossfit Open. I could really do with some new recipes and inspiration 🙂

  • Alicia Jacobson says:

    My biggest challenge will be coming up with meals that are satisfying, especially because I’m VERY NEW. I started the Whole30 challenge today and have no clue what I’m going to eat!! I have ignored the challenge for a long time as my friends keep wanting me to do it with them. I was afraid that I wouldn’t have anything to eat or like anything as a lot of food will be cut from my diet. So here I go! Looking for recipes to help me reach my goals to become healthy!

  • Julie says:

    I definitely struggle with meal planning and having easy meals and snacks ready. I also struggle with what to eat before and after I workout and in what time frame.

  • Amy Holland says:

    My biggest challenge so far is finding recipes that the whole family will eat.

  • Brittany says:

    Well tomorrow is my first day of paleo. I meal planned for this next week and I currently have a pork shoulder roasting in my slow cooker and breakfast cups cooking in my oven. I do have a major sweet tooth so I’m thinking I’ll be having some sugar withdrawals this week.

  • Carol Canfield says:

    Biggest struggle is getting stuck eating the same things over and over.

  • Erin says:

    My biggest challenge is that I’m not sure how to eat differently when I’m working out. I continue to eat when I’m hungry, but I’m not sure if I’m fueling properly.

  • Liane says:

    Time. Time to plan and cook meals. I’m trying to combat this by cooking in bulk for make-ahead meals!

  • Louise says:

    i love paleo recipes and how tasty they can be!
    My biggest challenge is eating the appropriate amounts of carbs and protein before and after a workout. I guess i just dont get it!

  • Karen says:

    My biggest challenge is eating enough vegetables and drinking enough water.

  • Karen Appel says:

    My biggest paleo challenge is visiting family… I’m the only one in my family that is paleo…

  • Lillian Carroll says:

    Just started with the whole30 and am stocking up on Paleo recipes for when I finish! My biggest challenge is making myself exercise!

  • wanda kinion says:

    I am just deciding to get started on the whole 30 /paleo method of eating.I m reading everything I can find about it in a effort to get myself organized and get off to a good start. After 64 years of inappropriate eating it is time to love myself!

  • I’m getting bored of eating the same meals over and over again.

  • Jessica Faulken says:

    I get into food ruts. I eat the same egg/spinach/tomato scramble for breakfast!

  • Barbara says:

    I’m sixty-one years old and brand new to paleo. Love my copy of Well Fed 2, but wouldn’t mind some more ideas. Excited to have found the Stupid Easy Paleo page on Facebook.

  • Hollie says:

    My biggest challenge is consistently making the choices I know make me feel the best, and not letting one hiccup derail me long term.

  • Libby says:

    I love both your blogs, and I’m so excited about this book! Very excited to get some tips for fueling for mountain bike training and racing.

    My biggest challenge… Keeping it simple and not stressing. I have to be super conscious about this one.

  • sue scott says:

    Biggest challenge is that there is so much information now about tweaking it so I can get pretty confused. I do best if I eat what I want but stick to the basics: meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, healthy fats and fruits and nuts in smaller quantities, all in as close to natural state as possible.

    Oh oh, how could I forget?!? Eating out is a challenge so I mostly just don’t do it. I am not tempted by food others eat but wish I could order more than another salad with chicken, no dressing.

  • Veronica says:

    My biggest paleo challenge is social events. I go to 2-3 evening meetings a week that have dessert and it’s always hard to draw the line without offending the maker.

  • Lindsay says:

    My biggest challenge is not about the food. I have a sister who is a celiac and have struggled with stomach issues most of my life. My family is very understanding about us figuring out our food related triggers. My issue is definitely adjusting the mindset around food and the emotions and comfort eating.

  • Megan Norman says:

    My biggest challenge by far is resisting non-compliant foods when I’m out to eat with friends.

  • Morten says:

    Biggest struggle is when I go to stay with someone for more than a few days. Usually parents. They are very accommodating meal-wise but when the house is packed with candy, chocolates, and cookies my resolve always cracks at some point.

  • Leanne says:

    I was going to say lunch, but actually my biggest struggle is with being organised! Organised enough to have something other than bread in the house for lunch.

  • Dana says:

    Yes! I’ve been waiting so long for Steph’s book to come out. So pumped for her! My biggest paleo challenge is moderation in treats. So I’m currently doing a whole30 to curb those cravings 🙂

  • Heather says:

    My biggest challenge is giving up dessert, even if it’s just a scoop of almond butter or a piece of dark chocolate.

  • Erin says:

    The biggest struggle for me is planning ahead! It’s so difficult to motivate myself to cook something healthy AND yummy after a long and stressful day unless I have something already going or the ingredients all prepped.

  • Meaghan says:

    My biggest challenge is the leftovers! Most days I am only cooking for myself (my husband has yet to have a ‘food epiphany’) Everything I make is excellent the first day, Okay the third day and I have to grit my teeth to finish the last portions over the next few days! I hate to waste!

  • Tricia says:

    Nuts and nut butters. As in falling face first into a jar. I know they aren’t good for the waistline but the “they are paleo” mindset sometimes overwhelms the more rational side of my brain. I guess I’m just a bad moderator–if I tell myself I just can’t have them, I do much better.

  • Jenna says:

    My biggest challenge is eating enough!! A working single mom of three teenagers and I’m on the go from dawn until long after dark. I eat when I feed my family, but only a bite or two and I’m done. Nutrient dense foods are the only way to get enough.

  • Shannon says:

    My biggest challenge is eating in social situations… I have to explain my “weird” lunchboxes (no sandwich, gasp!) each time I start a new internship (= every four weeks) and it gets sooooo tiring. And awkward, because everyone automatically thinks I’m on some kind of weird/extreme diet. I sometimes skip lunch with coworkers and quickly eat a few hard boiled eggs and some fruit on the go, but I know that’s not a great solution either…

  • Melissa Keesor says:

    Planning! Just starting out and it is the hardest part for me.

  • Vicki Geho says:

    Looking forward to healthy eating this way full-time; still giving my icebox a cleanse and detoxing my pantry.

  • Charla says:

    I tried Whole 30 several months ago and my biggest challenge was sticking with it. I was proud of myself that I made it to day 6 and I do plan on trying again soon. I need easy prepared meals and recipes that my kids will like. When I tried the last time, I craved salt like it was going out of style and had dizziness. I guess my biggest challenge is finding foods/recipes that keep me engaged and find enjoyable to eat.

  • Terri Martin says:

    Planning and having time and energy to cook after work and workout.

  • Abby says:

    Time is my biggest paleo challenge! I don’t get home on weeknights until nearly 6pm, and by then it’s hard to fit in cooking, eating, exercise, family time, and cleanup. I cook ahead on the weekends, but it’s still sometimes hard to get it all in.

  • Amanda says:

    My biggest challenge is meal planning , trying to come up with a varied menu that my family of 5 will enjoy .

  • Donna says:

    I am doing my second whole 30. A couple months after the whole 30 I found I was looking for ways to have Paleo dessert more often then I should. I work out and want to eat correctly to support that.

  • Melissa Austin says:

    My biggest paleo challenge is consistency. I get going, then I have a tendency to fall off the wagon. I want to be able to keep it consistent so that I can make paleo a true lifestyle!

  • Trezlen says:

    The biggest challenge for me is getting bored or overwhelmed with food. I buy good things, but I hit a wall and lose motivation to cook.

  • Stacey B says:

    My biggest Paleo challenge is making sure I have enough good Paleo meals pre-made so that I can grab one on the run.

  • Stacey Mandel says:

    Biggest challenge is the slippery sugar slope that sneaks in after day 30. Not this year!

  • Chad says:

    Staying motivated and sticking to it.

  • Penny says:

    My biggest Paleo challenge is Vanilla soft serve ice cream.

  • LJ says:

    My biggest challenge is making time to shop AND then cook

  • Joan says:

    My biggest challenge is remembering to pack something paleo in my car when I am out for long hours during the day so I won’t have to stop and grab whatever is available.

  • Yoojin says:

    my biggest paleo challenge is dessert! i know paleo desserts exist, but i feel like i overdo it most of the time…

  • Mary Jo says:

    My biggest challenge is my work schedule: as a nurse, I can start work any shift, 6am on, and it is hard to know when I will have a chance to eat. Drinking (enough) water on work days is not an option because there will be no chance to use the water closet!

  • Molly Cronin says:

    I do well on challenges with hard and fast rules,but one they are over, I slowly go back to eating junk, and within a month I hardly eat a paleo meal a day

  • Kelly M says:

    My biggest challenge is getting my family to jump on the Paleo Wagon with me! I need to find some go-to winning recipes so I don’t have to hear, “Oh no, not another new recipe…”.

  • Holly Bonvissuto says:

    I have been eating Paleo for almost two years. My challenge is dealing with autoimmune issues and systemic candidiasis that likes to flair up from time to time, even with only eating natural sugars or Paleoifed treats…that is why flavor is so important to me. I want my food to taste amazing so I don’t feel like I’m missing out! Thanks for your recipes and the opportunity to win this cookbook from Stupid Easy Paleo!

  • Vanessa says:

    I think cooking for one is the hardest part of paleo!

  • Cary J. Chambers says:

    I struggle with flexibility, like if I get sick at work late or have a dinner offer with friends come up. I also love bread… New year, time to get back on track.

  • Damon Crawley says:

    I’d love this book as I am just really starting my foray into Paleo after completing a Whole 30 and discovering that wheat and other grains have been causing illnesses for the last year.

  • Heather says:

    I’m doing my first Whole30 and hopefully continuing on my paleo journey after that. I am struggling with having food ready to go so that when I’m hungry I don’t eat things off the plan. So far I’ve only had one little accidental slip… 🙁 opened and started eating some lemon pepper tuna before I read the label. #3 ingredient: sugar, #5 chicken broth (with soy) 🙁 oops

  • Amy says:

    My biggest challenge is when we travel. We visit family about once a month, making it difficult to do my regular weekly cook up on Sunday before the craziness of the week starts. It messes up the whole next week. Tips?

  • Mayra Brooks says:

    My biggest challenge in maintaining a Paleo lifestyle is my sweet tooth. I’m a sucker for chocolate. I crave it every day.

  • Annie Griffitt says:

    My biggest challenge is meal planning. Still have to force myself. So not fun.

  • Laura says:

    Not having cream in my coffee…I have tried other non dairy subs, just not the same taste to me…oh and Ice cream, though almond ice cream does satisfy an so does an almond/avocado/honey or grade B maple syrup shake too…mmmmmmm now I want one! I struggle with the pendulum of old habits!

  • T A FOX says:

    My biggest challenge is planning my meals ahead of time, especially snacks!

  • Kay says:

    Family. They are not on board. My house is not clean enough

  • Karen says:

    My paleo struggle is getting enough and a variety of high quality carbs.

  • Christina K. says:

    My challenge is taking the time to plan out meals with dishes my entire (non-Paleo) family will eat and enjoy.

  • Michelle Tenney says:

    My biggest challenge has been giving up alcohol in social situations and then making “lazy” food choices.

  • Jennifer S. says:

    My biggest challenge is loving all kinds of food and not feeling deprived.

  • Dave says:

    My biggest challenge currently (starting a Whole 30)is finding whole food (not gels) to keep me going when doing long runs.

  • Pauline says:

    Originally I was thinking about avoiding sweets and the prep time – but honestly, it’s the mindless snacking I do. I just went to get a cloth to clean my keyboard as something had spilled, instead of rushing back, I stopped at the macadamia container on the bench to grab some nuts. Priorities!

  • Cathy Hodson says:

    Love the tastes and how I feel when I eat body loves the food, cuts cravings, feel satisfied and privileged to be eating such great recipes. Well fed 1 and 2 changed my life (for the majority of meals). My downfall is eating at friends homes with all the things I love but don’t make anymore, along with a wicked sweet tooth. Christmas was fabulous but now I have to get on track again. Ordered a couple of books last week, frugal paleo and zenbelly. Sure would love to try this one too.

  • Donna Armocida says:

    My biggest challenge is eating differently than all my friends. I don’t want to be an inconvenience to them or seem like I’m just being difficult when we go out.

  • VictoriaN says:

    My biggest challenge is cravings for sweets. It is what sabotages all my diet attempts.

  • tamara c says:

    My sweet tooth and the time it takes to cook. I have 3 kids ages 5, 3 and 5 months. I don’t always have much time to cook or meal prep.

  • Melissa says:

    biggest challenge is happy hours!

  • Candace says:

    When I first started the biggest challenge was finding breakfast ideas (I used to live off bagels for breakfast but now I love eggs) and bread cravings (which have gone away completely). My biggest paleo challenge right now is gaining weight.

  • Jessica L. says:

    The greatest challenge I face with my Paleo lifestyle is sticking to it when I travel.

  • Anya says:

    My biggest challenge is eating together with my non-paleo husband, family, and friends. Thank goodness they are all so understanding!

  • Karina says:

    There are two challenges: my challenge is sweets. I did a clean Whole30, but it ended right before Xmas and I’ve had trouble avoiding chocolate every since. My second challenge is just cramming enough veggies into my shopping cart to last a week! I buy an OBSCENE amount of veggies (granted, I have a vegetarian teen at home and a daughter (also vegetarian) home from college) AND I STILL RUN OUT. Last week, there were three heads of cauliflower, three bags of frozen cauliflower, spinach, salad greens, tomatoes, broccoli, a butternut squash, mushrooms, peppers, sweet potatoes, green beans, carrots, onions, a cucumber, and brussel sprouts. I haven’t even gotten to the fruit….And I went to the store again mid-week. Ack!

  • Debra says:

    thank you so much for all your wonderful recipes. I adore my copy of Well Fed!

  • Stephanie C. says:

    Sticking to it. My Paleo experience has been a roller coaster; I eat healthy for about two weeks, then fall off and binge (especially on sugar and sweets), until I feel so crappy that I start all over again. This year, I’ve decided that I’ve had enough. I’m Day 5 on a starting Whole30 and loving it so far. I plan to do some serious re-introduction when I’m finished, or even extend it if my cravings are still bad (which they probably will).

  • CIndy says:

    My biggest challenge is always meal planning. If I don’t plan the week on Sunday, I end up winging it or going out.

  • Jen says:

    My biggest paleo challenge is planning. What do you eat when there is no (finished) food in the house, you’re both starving and exhausted, and nothing sounds good? It can be a struggle to balance fuel for training (roller derby) with the time available to me.

  • Abby says:

    My biggest challenge is planning ahead. When I have a plan I do great, without a plan I slide back into bad choices. I work at a grocery store so there are many wonderful choices at hand, but oh so many evil ones too!

  • Natalie D says:

    My biggest challenge yet, is going out to friends places. Restaurants I can deal. Friends are tougher, I find…

  • Jenesse says:

    biggest challenge is that I love chocolate and desserts!

  • Jaycie says:

    My biggest challenge with paleo is sticking with it long-term. I’ve done a few Whole3o’s successfully, but once they’re over I lose my motivation to stick with the tenets of paleo eating.

  • Jenny Shrauner says:

    Biggest challenge is quick & yummy paleo entrees….help please 🙂

  • maureen says:

    my biggest challenges are planning ahead, and trying to eat enough with my crazy work schedule. i work 11a-11p and somedays when we are busy, i don’t get a real lunch break. eating dinner at midnight doesn’t work so well for me…(oh, and black coffee sucks! i really miss creamer)

  • Sarah says:

    I’m just starting paleo! I’m super excited but nervous too because it seems daunting. I’m hopeful your books will keep me on track!

  • Sarah H says:

    My biggest challenge is yogurt! It’s an easy go-to for me since I don’t at this time cook to often – it’s my go-to protein source.

  • Rene says:

    My biggest challenge is definitely meal prep and planning. I am a mom of 2 and often work way to much so finding time can be difficult.

  • Andy says:

    Biggest challenge for me is living where I do (small-ish city in Canada). Apparently grass fed butter is harder to get than cocaine here due to dairy regulations. Also, grass fed meat is difficult, and most paleo companies charge crazy shipping since it has to go US to Canada.

  • Jackie Green says:

    The biggest challenge for me is that I am allergic to coconut and so many recipes use it in one form or another. It’s learning to adapt recipes as far a possible that is the challenge

  • Kim Foley says:

    One of my biggest challenges is keeping up the motivation to cook. I cook for 9 everyday(including me,hubs, and 3 teens) so the quantities bury me.

  • Crystal Knapp says:

    By far my biggest challenge is sweets. I’m currently doing a whole30 to combat the sugar addiction that reared it’s head during the holidays!

  • Anne says:

    Hi, thanks for running this fun contest! The book looks great and I hope I win, because my biggest challenge is finding great Paleo nutrition to support our active lifestyle. I run, do CrossFit, and cross-country ski; my husband runs, cross-country skis, mountain bikes, and Nordic skates.

  • Caroline says:

    My biggest challenge is variety. I always do the same thing for pre- and post workouts and my meals are very similar as well. I try to use blogs and cookbooks to switch it up and keep myself fresh. I am still new to the paleo game and am building my resources to change my life!

  • Laura says:

    My biggest challenge is keeping at it. I will do well for a week or two and then get tired of planning and cooking and fall off the wagon. Even harder now that I am doing AIP Paleo. Really trying to stick with it this time!

  • Lauren says:

    My biggest challenge is prepping for the week. I get so excited planning my workouts and figuring out what I need to take with me to work every day (I bike to work- yay PDX!) that it can feel exhausting to spend most of one of my days off prepping food. I’m hoping to come up with a better schedule for prep evenings followed by stretches of non-prep. But that’s tricking to do while giving yourself some variety.

  • Kate says:

    My biggest challenge is breakfast and snacks for my two little boys. It’s all too easy to go for the sweet junky food that they so crave and happily eat. But we’re making progress!

  • Lynn says:

    I have 2 biggest challenges, 1 I love nut butters!!!! 2 is getting my son to eat what I cook. He acts like he is 2 eating a veggie and in reality he is 15.

  • Julie says:

    Biggest challenge is peanuts! The other options are great, but nothing will replace peanut butter for me

  • Catherine Sites says:

    My biggest challenge is definitely planning ahead to have healthy meals and having to share the pantry and fridge with my sister (the biggest junk food addict I know)

  • Stephanie says:

    My biggest struggle is just starting. I always seem to push the date back or come up with a billion excuses

  • Sarah says:

    My main challenge has to do with navigating group dynamics when I’m on a Whole30, especially with family and/or work colleagues. I feel bad making people feel like I can’t eat their food, but I don’t want to give them more work to do so that I can have a compliant meal. In two words: people pleasing 🙂

  • Jackie says:

    Pizza and beer on a Friday night. I cook every day and eat Paleo all week but then i just get so tired of it by the weekend I get a takeaway and have a few beers after a long week!Also if i go to visit my mother in laws ill eat whatever food she cooks, cant be rude, its usually soup, meat potatos and salad, followed by cake!Would love a few cook ahead weekend Paelo treat recipies…

  • Zoe S says:

    I have two issues I struggle with, but they follow the same theme: self acceptance. I struggle to accept Paleo when in social situations, and to stand up for how it has helped me; this often derails me because I don’t want to be ‘that person’. I also have trouble accepting myself, but the paleo community (especially ‘Paleo for Women’) has really helped me along my path.

  • Joseph says:

    The ingredients are oftentimes some that I don’t have in my kitchen. I’m getting there and I LOVE the recipes…

  • Roxanne says:

    I am just starting to ease into a paleo diet. I do not tolerate milk well and I am constantly dealing with inflammation. The biggest challenge for me is the sugar intake I love my flavored soy lattes and baked goods! Good reasons to start I know!

  • Hayworth says:

    Still learning all there is to know about Whole30 and Paleo. Really need to develop a better pre / post workout eating plan. I am an early riser – and I usually have a YAWP bar – but I need to get more protien. Would love to win this book to help me. 🙂

  • Savannah Smith says:

    My biggest paleo challenge is fueling myself for athletic peformance while eating paleo. Also living as a graduate student with peers who don’t eat like I do.

  • Alyssa M Rosinski says:

    I find it most difficult that the rest of my family does not eat Paleo. While I try to feed them my Paleo foods, there are always non-Paleo foods in the house!

  • EmayPA says:

    Already like (love!) you both… My biggest paleo challenge?

    External: Loved ones who don’t get it… has your Dr. told you not to eat gluten? If he hasn’t told you, you should eat it!

    Internal: My eternal love affair with cheese.

  • Genell says:

    Craving sugar is my biggest challenge. I am getting ready to do to a Whole30 in hopes that it will help!

  • Susan says:

    My biggest paleo challenge is time. Making the time to cook the food, planning out meals, and instead of always looking for easy recipes – spending time to actually make food (follow a long recipe) that is good for me.

  • Lauren says:

    started paleo and the whole 30 december 28, loving it. Will be running a half marathon (my 3rd) in May, this book would be epic for it!

  • Lisa Joy says:

    My biggest challenge so far ( day 4 on whole30) is meal planning. Figuring out a lunch that will carry me to dinner

  • CL says:

    My biggest struggle with maintaining a paleo diet is eating enough for how much I train (endurance athlete). And also eating to maximize recovery. The Paleo Athlete would really help me figure that stuff out.

  • Megan says:

    I don’t necessarily have any big problems, but sometimes I miss particular foods when I’m with people who are enjoying that particular thing.

  • Jenna says:

    became paleo one and a half years ago. As I evolve in becoming healthier (as a natural state of becoming paleo will do), I want to be more active and challenge myself. I want to evolve my eating with my newer level of desire to become my best, all while providing meals my family will love!

  • JudieMag says:

    My biggest paleo challenge is finding some of the products that are recommended for amazing recipes in the local supermarkets.

  • Carol says:

    My biggest food challenge is giving up artificial sweeteners. Beyond that, it is consistent sleep.

  • Kristen Gill says:

    My biggest challenge is my husband. He wants to eat Pizza all the time!

  • Jre says:

    My biggest challenge is the food roller coaster that I’ve been on for so long. Every Monday, I start being “good”, then when I fall of the wagon, I fall hard, and binge eat. The sad thing is that I always wait for Monday, the infamous Monday.

    I started Whole30 this past Monday and am determined to stop the binging. Started back up at CrossFit too! Excited about 2015 🙂

  • Brenda A says:

    Not having quick pick up options when I don’t have time to shop and cook.

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