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Alia Vo
Monday, February 13, 2006, 11:53pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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First day on the diet!!! †Not to bad....until dinner! †I started with lemon and water..yum. †

I really did well until dinner; the next day....NO BUTTER †


Hi atouranjoe,

Welcome to the BTD forum....and very nice menu for just starting this lifestyle.

Have you tried ghee? †You can easily substitute ghee or freeze extra virgin olive oil in an ice cube tray for butter. †The olive oil will solidify after a few hours into a butter-like consistency for spreads and it has a delicious flavor!

Alia




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That is such a good idea Alia



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Alia Vo
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Thanks Laura. †Can't take credit for the concoction as it was created by ex-blogger Miranda M.

The spread works and it's delicious and has no trans fats!

Alia


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Breakfast: Soy-Flax-Pumpkin seed Granola and Soy milk.  I usually have oatmeal with cinnamon and raisins.

Lunch: Artichokes, spinach & green onions in goat milk cheese spread on Spelt pretzels.  Raw Carrots (my dog's favorite snack!)

Dinner: So far I know Cornish Hens (baking right now) probably with broccoli & portabella mushrooms.

If I'm lucky, we'll bake some spelt cookies tonight.


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Breakfast: half cup blueberry goat yogurt, 1/4 C Vita Spelt maple almond granola, 1 scoop O protein, 1/2 C pineapple juice
Morning snack: banana
Lunch: 3-4 oz. ground buffalo patty, spinach, Italian green beans, 1 tsp. olive oil, 3 prunes
Afternoon snack: Chocolate cherry Unibar

planned:
Dinner: 3-4 oz. ground veal patty, 1/3 Michael Angelo's baked eggplant parmesan, some kind of green veggie, 1 chocolate truffle from Whole Foods, it is Valentine's day. †I bought a small box with only 3 pieces

Evening: 6 oz. pineapple, black cherry, carrot juice with 2 tsp. Harmonia

Green and herbal teas with meals and snacks and lots of water


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Aria
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Lemon juice and water.

Buffalo egg scramble (2 eggs scrambled with lean ground buffalo, tomatoe sauxe, cayenne pepper, jalapenos, garlic, onion + goat feta for the man but not for me phoo-ey!) and 1/2 black organic dark french roast coffee in the french press.

a coleman grass fed all beef frank and a cup of homemade soup (beef broth, bell peppers, spinach, onions, garlic, cayenne pepper, tumeric, celtic sea salt)

handful of raw macademia nuts!

2 raw garlic cloves! :O

HUGE salad (romaine leaves, shredded raw carrots, sliced almonds, pumpkin seeds, diced tomatoes, lemon juice, olive oil, fresh mint + goat feta for the man but not for me phoo-ey!)

LOTS of water all through the day!


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I'm needing some extra help in getting back on track with the BTD (been at it for years, but after my Ireland/Italy trip last Fall, it's been hard - too much wheat, dairy, and tomatoes). I stay away from grains as much as possible, and eat more protein, but am finding it hard to find appropriate vegetable protein that doesn't have one avoid or another in it.

Yesterday I consumed:

2 cups coffee (1 decaf, 1 caf) with unsweetened soy milk
3 morningstar breakfast sausage patties
large salad with romaine, brocolli, cauliflower, carrots, green onions, goat cheese, cranberries, and dressing (homemade with lemon juice, walnut oil, finely chopped garlic, ginger, ground mustard seed, nutritional yeast, and wheat-free tamari)
3 Liters of water w/lemon
Good Earth Tea (decaf)
16 oz. homemade chocolate protein shake (recipe at the end if anyone is interested)

I'm wondering if any one sees anything glaringly bad here...

Drea


chocolate protein shake recipe

12.3 ounce bar of firm silken tofu
3 TBSP unsweetened cocoa powder
4 scoops of Trader Joe's soy protein powder
2 TBSP veg gly (I like it not so sweet)
8 oz. unsweetend soy milk
8 oz. water
1 tsp vanilla
2 TBSP walnuts

Grind it all in the blender; makes 2 servings with approx 400 cals, 40g protein, 12g fat, 25g carbs.


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I have had Eat R4YT and Cook R4YT for almost a year.  Love the concept, but have had about 3 false starts since originally purchasing the books.  Work full time, have a 2 year old and a 4 year old, etc. . . Life is hectic.  I would really like to try it again, but I need some help with working around an almost hopeless addiction to all things sweet.  I feel like I struggle with this in the same way an alcoholic struggles with alcohol.  Any ideas about ways to satisfy that urge without completely blowing it.  I know if I could get clean for about 2 weeks, the cravings would quiet.  Thanks for any help . . .

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up your protein intake every time you have a craving.......
have hard boiled eggs handy, or sliced roast beef......etc

minerals and vitamins are essential, so gorge on veggies, too!! )

don t forget your good fats, to keep you satisfied, and your metabolism going.


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Hi,

I haven't posted in a long time, but I saw this thread and thought it might be a good accountability cause lately I have really been over eating due to some stress and overcommitment. I don't have a problem sticking with the BTD, just with using food as a stress reliever.

I woke up at 5:30am and had 3 or 4 whole carrots with a couple of table spoons of almond butter. Also had half of an organic type O friendly energy bar.

9:30 Had some dairy free, organic chocolate covered almonds and a whole bag of Tera Sweet Potato chips.

3:30 Had about a cup and a half of ground beef and red peppers, some type O friendly sorbet, and some homemade pumpkin pie filling.

4:30 3 dove heart dark chocolate pieces.

5:30 1 cup home grown frozen rasberries.

6:30 few more pieces of chocolate.

7:00 Another half a cup of ground beef and 1/4 organic 100% cherry juice.

I drank about 100 oz of water today. I don't plan on eating any more cause my tummy is full!

Thanks for the vent,

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KimonoKat
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Yesterday's menu:

I started off my day with my usual lemon water.  The only change I made was adding the juice of one whole lemon, and using warm gerolsteiner instead of cold.  Then I had my cup of green tea, same brand as mentioned before.

My anti-candida supplement protocol** has not appeared to make a dent in the candida in the past twook weeks. Iím going to up my intake of probiotic and caprylic acid.  I might also consider adding an item or two from the Liver Support Protocol and/or the Metabloic Enhancement Protocol.  It was recommended to me on the Candida thread to forgo fruit & fruit juices for two weeks, so today, I've started that.

It was also recommended that I replace my agave syrup in my salad dressing with vegetable glycerin.  Iíve been meanign to do this for some time, so Iíll find somplace to buy it on the net, tonight. So, I am considering today as my new start date for the anti-candida campagain.

Late morning snack
I had way more that thee recommended serving of walnuts (H.B.) and fliberts (N).

Lunch
I threw a bunch of items together. Beef (H.B.) patty, 1/2 medium onion (H.B.), 2 water chestnuts (N), that I found hiding under some other veggies.  I sliced some garlic (H.B.), ginger (H.B.) and fried it all up together in a small amount of olive oil (H.B.).  Towards the end, I threw in a bunch of broccoli florets (H.B.), a bit of water and put the lid on the pan to let the broccoli steam cook.  I also added a dab of ghee (B), to my broccoli when it was done.

Dinner
Mr. KK is working late, so I decide to make a run to Whole Foods (thereís a store 1/2 mile away) to pick up some fresh cod.  An hour later, and I realize Iíve spent way to long in the store, and decide to pick up some Polo Loco chicken (N) on my way home.  I get the 8 pieces, just chicken, legs and thighs.  I snap about a pound of green string beans (N).  On the phone, Mr. KK asks me to get the skillet ready with a heaping tablespoon of ghee (B), and I peel and slice some ginger (B).  Since I had just bought some raw almonds (N), I take a bunch, put them in a ziplock bag, and take my mallet and break the almonds apart into smaller pieces.  When Mr. KK got home from work he sort of stir fries the green beans, almonds and ginger all together in a skillet.  Very easy to prepare meal this evening.

While I was at Whole Foods, I saw some Raw Flax Seed Crisps.  I know Mr. KK is always looking for flax seed type crackers and thought these might fit the bill.  The ingreadients say they are made with germinated flax seeds, fresh jalapeno, lime juice, garlic, lemon juice sea salt and filtered water.  I tried one. (BEELECHHHK!)  Mr. KK loved them though, so he will get to have them all, lol!  I checked the cosmetic section at WFís for the vegetable glycerin.  They were out of stock.  Grrrr!

**KKís Yeast/Fungal Supplement Protocol
Morning & Evening on an empty stomach
3 Type O Probiotic capsules
3 Caprylic Acid capsules
2 UDA Plus (Stinging Nettle Root w/ARA6 LARCH) capsules
2 Garlic capsules
2 Fucus (with meals)
2 Deflect (with meals)





Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.
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March 3, 2006

I started off the morning with 1 whole lemon in gerolsteiner and followed that with a cup of green tea. †Took my Yeast/Fungal protocol supplements with my lemon water.

Late morning snack I had pumpkin seeds....more than whatís recommended

Lunch †I was on the run, trying to hit two grocery stores before I took Sprockey to see the kitty accupuncturist. †When he was done with his appointment, he went through the drive through line at In & Out Burger. †I had two protien style burgers with onions only. †I didnít feel really full with lunch so afterwards a had a large serving of pumpkin seeds and walnuts. †

Dinner we ordered chinense. †Got the sizzling rice soup (sans rice), and spicy beef and string beans with extra garlic & no cornstarch. †The beans were a bit over cooked, so we didnt eat much of them but did devour the beef. †Iím not really craving fruit right now, but it used to be a habit to have frozen blueberries or frozen raspberries for a late after dinner snack and I guess I just miss the treat.

I just reread the portion size/servings of nuts and seeds. †Iím eating way more than whats recommended. †I think Iíll just live with that for now, while I canít have fruit for two weeks.

Oh, forgot to add that I'm also scraping my tongue several times a day with a tongue scraper.


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KK   I really appreciate your "log" of food because I am an O and it is curious to see what other people eat....esp when you (me) have just rediscovered meat recently.....meals and food choices are all so different now....your foods inspire me...the lack of grains is admirable! Jayney-0
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KK † I really appreciate your "log" of food because I am an O and it is curious to see what other people eat....esp when you (me) have just rediscovered meat recently.....meals and food choices are all so different now....your foods inspire me...the lack of grains is admirable! Jayney-0


You're welcome!  I had a grapefruit for breakfast (not a great choice), and lunch for us was left over lamb stew Mr. KK whipped up the night before.  Lamb, sweet potatoes, onions, carrots, green beans.  Spices were rosmary, thyme, savory and a tiny bit of garlic.  Mr. KK says the secret ingrediets are: Hot chili oil & sesame oil.

FWIW: We like the very light creamy colored variety of sweet potatoes.  We never get the other varieties; just don't care for them.

Dinner will be a challenge today. Mr. KK is home today and we are working on the never ending HVAC project.  (we're on a bit of a break now)  I don't expect him to cook on those days, and it's always a battle trying to find a restaurant that he and I both can agree on.  He's so picky about how is food is cooked.  Usually most restaurants don't measure up.  Sigh.

Yesterday:

For breakfast I had baby broccoli with Way Too Much VEGANASE.... it's made with Grapeseed Oil....There are no avoids in it But, it has a touch of brown rice syrup.  MY BAD; I think I'm still feeling the effects of that....

For lunch I had grass fed beef patties fried in a dab of olive oil, fresh garlic and slices of ginger.  I also fried up a whole onion mixed with baby organic carrots in ghee.  I could eat onions in ghee all day long.  I think it's the fat that tastes so good lol!



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My B husband eats:

Breakfast: fruit salad (apple, pineapple, blueberries, kiwi), 2 eggs or homemade lamb sausage
Lunch: leftovers from the night before or something beef, and rice, or something mozzarella-cheese based.  Or a bowl of beneficial beans and "corn" bread made from millet flour.
Snack: walnuts and dried fruit (figs, apricots, raisins)
Dinner: very often turkey, since that's what we all have in common that we can eat, but I try to make him his own beneficial protein two or three evenings a week, plus some beneficial veggies on the side, and a carb (usually rice again).  I often do a vegetarian meal with quinoa pilaf as the main dish and sweet potatoes, collard greens, fried okra or squash (in olive oil, of course, and coated with rice or millet flour), and carrot sticks.
Dessert:  what my 2-year-old calls "Brr."  I put frozen fruit of choice (pineapple is our favorite) into the Vita-Mix, dump in a little agave nectar and blend till smooth.  We enjoy Brr on a nearly daily basis.

He used to have hypoglycemia and needed to eat a lot more, and much more often, but now that he's on the BTD his blood sugar is stable.  All he drinks is water or Emergen-C, the sports flavor that's fructose-free.


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"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

Family: 3 As, 1 B, 1 AB, 1 O
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Depends on seasons especially my breakfast is lighter in summertime:no eggs, no grains then
Breakfat:
Always some kind of protein: eggs, turkey sausages, moz or fetacheese, ricotta or yoghurt
fruit: banana,apples, berrries, grapes, watermelon
or veggies ; red pepper sometimes fried potatoes if it is very cold
grains mainly in wintertime and in weekends: oatporridge, oatcakes/crackers, spelt bread- pancakes. Butter
Black tea - only fruitjuice in weekends. Water

Snack: well I canīt get rid of the coffee and it is neutral - I normally have 1 piece of fruit and my nuts 1 handfull then. water

lunch: Leftover protein from dinner- cold fish or meat - any greens- like coleslaw, green lettuce,dressing either olive oil based or sour creambased- sometimes bread- but that is a special treat. If no protein from dinner- I use cheese or beans.
Water

Afternoon: Green  tea and fruit - If no dairy all day - I might make a fruit smothie with yoghurt.- but that is a summerthing.

Dinner: Pretty O oriented( Only meal that I share with my O)
Beef, veal, turkey lamb or fish like cod or flounder - some kind of veggies- normally 2-3 differnt- like carrots, broccoli  and a green salad or in wintertime alwys a starchy thing like sweet potatoes, parsnip or wntersqaush Some kind of fat; ghee, butter or olive oil
1 x week I make a spelt pasta dish
1-2 a dish with brown rice or millet.
Water with lemon all week- red wine during weekend
During weekend I might do a cake and a dessert - that keeps me on track rest of week.
If I really crave sweets I alwys have some really dark chocolate around

Ribbit it is fun how your Bīs diet it more A oriented / while mine is more O oriented
My  friend( B sec) lives with a A as well and her diet is much more like your husbands...




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Here goes:
On rising - green tea
Breakfast - Summer - yoghurt, flaxseed oil, banana (all organic or biodynamic) or stewed fruit (plums if available)
† † † † † † † † Winter - Oatmeal porridge, full cream milk, black strap molasses (all organic)
Mid-morning - Coffee (my one cup for the day) homemade biscuit or slice of cake
Lunch - Summer - 2 slices spelt bread, cold roast lamb or cheese, roast eggplant and/or capsicum/red pepper, or cucumber or cold leftover veg from night before.
† † † † † Winter - something like cheese on spelt bread toast or soup made from lamb stock and vegetables (being B there are lots of beneficial vegs)
Mid-afternoon - apple, grapes or other fruit in season, green tea
Dinner - usually lamb, sometimes rabbit or fish - grilled, roasted - with potatoes, sweet potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, beans etc.
† † † † † † or rice and stir-fried vegetables with lamb mince or strips or tinned salmon
One & half glasses wine
2 squares dark chocolate
Water & cranberry juice during day; dried fruit if out walking and need snacks

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BREAKFAST and LUNCH is usually quite elaborate; it includes PROTEIN, GRAINS and lots of VEGETABLES: I alternate between Meat, Fish, Eggs, Feta or Beans with either Basmati or Brown long grain rice, Olive oil, 2-3 cups diced different types of veggies and always lots of SPICES (curry, cayenne, nutmeg ... etc ) onions/garlic !!

DINNER is usually Sweet Potato/nuts  ~OR~ Squash/parmesan/butter  ~OR~  Manna bread w/ either 100% fruit Jam or a tablespoon of raw Honey  ~OR~  Barley or Quinoa or Millet w/ butter and a tablespoon of molasses ... YUM !!

I snack on at least 3-4 fruits (banana, apple, pear, grapes, kiwi, dried figs, dried raisins ... etc) on a daily basis ... 1/2-3/4 cup of "PLAIN" yogurt and a few tablespoons of Almond butter or Walnuts; either with dinner or in between meals ... Yum !!  


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