Saint Louis, MOUSA
Hometown: Lebanon, MO
April 5, 2011
Wife, stay at home mom, country girl at heart, loving the paleo diet and excited to meet some like-minded people.
Kirkwood. I found the Primal group by Google-ing "St Louis and Paleo diet" in hopes of finding some like-minded friends.
Going gluten free cleared up 75% of the skin and allergy issues I was having. After reading some of Dr. Cordain's info, I decided to cut out all grains and have found that this is the best path for me.
Walks, Hikes, drinks and chatting (I have two little kids...it is just nice to get out), grocery shopping, etc....
Just developing family dinners that work for everyone and snacks to ease my kids into it. Having people look at you like your crazy. ;)
I could use to step up my workouts, looking into Crossfit, but not quite there yet. Doing cardio and some weights on my own.
Continuing to meet such a great group of people!
Hi Laci, Welcome! You might also want to consider joining our group on Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/520958851323191/.
With ski season fast approaching, we'll be posting articles, having discussions, and making plans for the upcoming ski season at Hidden Valley. We're looking forward to meeting you and your family!
Thanks, Laci! I have to admit the first few years of me being gluten free meant that I survived mainly on mint chocolate chip ice cream, but I'm glad to say I'm doing much better! ;) I'm glad more people have heard of eating GF these days so it makes eating out so much easier! Glad to have found your group!
Thanks Laci for the greet! I hope to see you and others very soon!
Thanks Laci! I'm looking forward to meeting you and others and learning more about primal eating.
Thanks for the welcome Laci!!I'm busy next Thursday but Leslie Schultz(who i think signed up recently) and I were going to come on 2/7 to the Hot Pot Meetup! :)
Thanks for the greetings, Laci. You were a gracious host and it was a joy to meet you and the awesome peeps that attended the Primal Meetup.
YUP, haters gon hate. ha. Have fun in Oregon!
Hi Laci - thanks for the invite. I'll try to make it as i'm always trying to improve my brew :-) I did end up buying liter sized square glass bottles w/swing cap tops. My friend here in TG is a chef downtown but also makes large quantities (think vat!) and sells it privately to friends. His best brew i think was created by adding a bit of lemongrass to the second ferment.