Category: Jim (A)
Dinner last night was a GIANORMOUS piece of over-ripe watermelon... Must have been a 1/4 of a whole one. Had a couple of carrot sticks, a couple of glasses of that merlot I had the day before, and a couple of garlic cloves... I think the combo gave me terrible gut rot... Okay today though.
Woke up early. Had some lemon water w/this oxygen powder stuff called, Homezone. Interesting.
Breakfast was an avocado all seasoned up. A couple of garlic cloves and green onions dipped in peanut butter. Had another D'adamo type A protein shake w/pineapple juice and a bit of water again too. Threw some black strap molasses and cherry juice concentrate in for flavor, iron, and polyamine inactivation. I love that protein powder! Very happy w/it.
Lunch was eaten late at work. Had a couple of glasses of green tea w/lemon and many glasses of
water. Took a couple of the type A polyflora. Finally got around to having a small can of snails, a can of pumpkin, and a big handful of walnuts all mixed together... Topped it all off w/a few strange looks from co-workers... He he. Such is the way of things when time is short and health is high on the priority list.
Been getting headaches (not common since eating right for my type...) at work ever since I switched from the home-theater dept. to the computer dept. It's either the progression of this suspected Candida, or all the da** electromagnetic pollution. Bastard EMF's... I'll show them... A 'lil EMP should do the trick...
Dinner is being eaten as I type. Sauteed some tempeh in olive oil w/seaweed, yellow onion, lettuce, parsley, turmeric, garlic/onion powder, and a bit 'o' salt. Delicious. How's THAT for cookin'!? Ha ha.
Here's the answer to a few Q's I've received:
1) Aliza, the BTD is one of the best things that has ever happened to me. I have experienced dramatic wight loss, elimination of almost all allergies, no longer need to use an asthma inhaler, ever. Improved sense of well-being... The list goes on and on. I hope your science project goes well. Let me know if you have other Q's.
2) Jennifer. I don't know what happened to me... Nothing tastes bad to me anymore... I really can eat just about anything. I appreciate the health benefits of the foods I eat more than the flavor sometimes... I am the big dog. As far as a good digital camera goes, you have a lot of options. Depends on budget, what you're using it for, if you'll be printing photos on your own and how large you'd like them to be. how large or small you want it, etc. I can recommend anything form 300 to 8000 dollars. Narrow down your requirements and I can recommend an excellent choice.
3) Carla, the less something is cooked, the better, in most cases. Natural enzymes in food, as well as nutrients, deteriorate after being heated past 105 degrees Fahrenheit. The more you deplete the enzymes, the harder your pancreas/entire endocrine system and digestive tract have to work to digest it and with less nutritional payoff. All fruits and veggies would optimally be eaten raw. Meats that are organic, grass fed, and free range should require very little cooking as the risk of E coli is VERY low. Nuts should never be roasted, but saoked. Soak dry fruits as well. Going raw is pretty hard core. I myself am only half. You're friend has a good point, however the raw foods diet isn't for everyone. Especially you O's. Take the best concepts from all fields. Raw, BTD, etc. Do what works for you. Try hitting him with this: "Dead" foods require more enzymes from your body to digest. However, "live foods" require more energy to digest... Kind of off-sets itself in the end. Balance it out and you'll live a full, happy life. Take a digestive enzyme such as pancreatin or bromelain regularly too. Good luck!