TPV Episode 21: Sugar Detox

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Our twenty-first show!
Ep. 21: Sugar Detox

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah are both doing the 21 day sugar detox, so most of this episode centers around sugar and how it affects the body. They talk about their experiences giving up sugar this month and whether that has been difficult for them. Additionally, Stacy talks about her “No Spend” challenge and how that’s going for her as well. Finally, we take your questions about living a paleo lifestyle!

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Hi Sarah,

As usual, love the podcast! I always learn something even if the topic is an area I feel pretty knowledgable on. In this podcast, you mentioned that you’re posting pictures of your meals. Where can I find these? I’m in a bit of a rut and can use some inspiration–particularly on how to incorporate more organ meats.

One other question… Is there a limit to how much organ meats we should eat in a week. I typically go through one US Wellness liverwurst each week with my breakfasts. I’m not worried about that quantity but just curious if there is an upper limit, or risks of overdosing of certain nutrients.

The general guideline is to eat about as much organ meat in relation to other meats as you would find in an animal. Of course, most people grossly underestimate just how much organ meat there are in animals. Livers are huge! I eat organ meat almost every day, sometimes twice a day. If you’re eating a variety, eating whole foods, getting enough sun, sleep and exercise, it’s really hard to overdose on fat-soluble vitamins. The concern with eating too much organ meat is vitamin A toxicity, but vitamin D protects against vitamin A toxicity (and vice versa), so for most people it only becomes an issue if they are deficient in vitamin D.

I posted photos on Facebook and in my update posts from last Tuesday and the Tuesday before. I’ll also be posting a big summary post tomorrow which will include meal photos from week 3 and links back to my week 1 and week 2 updates.

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