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Disclaimer: this is not a post meant to be saying that lean women aren’t healthy or fertile.

I think the Paleo community needs to take a step back and reevaluate our priorities as far as health and fitness go – specifically for women. Your comment is extremely ignorant.” sassy with that response.

I was horrified to see this comment posted by an anonymous internet user on Nom Nom Paleo’s blog post during our trip to Austin for Paleo FX: “One question, and I know this will likely come out wrong and I may even regret going there, but I have to put it out there: I can’t help but notice that, while the men all are lean and mean, most of the female Paleo figureheads aren’t, well, quite so lean. But seriously, I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately and that post just put me over the edge. Sure, I work out a fair amount and eat extremely nutrient -dense food, but I’m currently a size 8 and probably about 10-15 pounds heavier than my (completely superficial) ‘ideal body weight’.

For a long time, it really bothered me that I was constantly struggling with that last 10+ pounds.

I’d lose it, maintain for a bit, and then something stressful would happen and I’d just gain it all right back. It really made me very self-conscious about the way I look, considering I purport to have a high level of nutrition knowledge.

These kind of “why aren’t Paleo women lean” comments are extremely hurtful to people like me who work really hard to not only be adequately nourished, but also spend more time reading and writing about nutrition than we spend working out or weighing and measuring our food.

Not everyone has the time it takes to dedicate oneself to achieving a ridiculous level of fitness.

And yes, for The sad part, though, is that this extreme level of criticism about women’s bodies has been enough to stress me out about attending events like Paleo FX or becoming more prominent in the Paleo community, because I’m concerned people are going to judge me for how I look.

As much as I was excited to attend Paleo FX, I was also really nervous that people would see that I wasn’t in perfect physical shape and therefore discredit the knowledge I have regarding nutrition and health.

It was something that made me extremely self-conscious as I was preparing for my trip.

And I’m not the only one who feels this way either; Diane and Liz discussed this issue on their most recent Balanced Bites podcast.

Despite the fact that Liz is one of the most gorgeous women I’ve ever met, she still feels like she doesn’t fit people’s expectations for the way a ‘Paleo’ woman is supposed to look.

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