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CarolineC
Wednesday, June 8, 2005, 9:02pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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...I've tried everything, fat free diet, counting calories, Weight Watchers, Atkins....but The BTD has gotten me closer to my goal than any of these other diets.    The BTD has just made me feel so much healthier, no more regular UTI's, in fact I haven't gotten as much as a cold since starting BTD.  I feel my head is clearer, I have more energy, just all around feel good!


Wendy...those of us that have gone from diet to diet over the years have really done a number on our systems. We have messed up our metobolisms badly. This takes time to repair. BTD does that automatically, if you follow it closely. But it  doesn't happen overnight.  the other issue is you don't have  very much weight left to lose. My question is how tall are you, are you picking a sensible  goal?  I had 10 pounds left to lose  for a very long time. My body and my head  were in a real tug of war. I boosted up my exercise and got very compliant....it was highly benefical or nothing. BAM..it  fell off. and I am maintaining  it fine.  
You might want to add some flaxseed oil to your diet also to help with  BM's and make sure your taking probotics. So, all is fine in your digestive track. If it continues to be a problem....Oh  there is other measures you can do...Been  there , done that. I have a had the problem since I was a child! I have memories of running  from my mom as she would get that nasty thing (fleet enema) out!
Remember, before the weight issue,  feeling good is #1!
Caroline


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CarolineC, what are probotics, can I get them at the HFS? What name does it go by, is it used to get the colon in better working order?  If I get a probotic do I also need the flaxseed oil?  Thanks for the info, I'm really uneducated about this stuff, but I'm learning , this forum sure helps a bunch!  And thanks to nice people like you , I'll get healthy.  I know I really have a messed up metabolism,  that's one reason I switched to the BTD, it just makes sense!!!  It explains why ALL the other diets don't work, even when done religiously correct!!!!  God bless you & all my fellow BTD'rs, Keep the posts coming,

Today, was much the same as yesterday, nonfat plain yogurt & berries, a can of pinapple, a banana, & a very small piece of steak.  Also snacked on juice sweetened craisins, & English Walnuts.  In fact I ran out I need to get back to my HFS,  Thanks again!  Wendy from Wisconsin, in the U.S.
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Wendy,

See the link on Wikipedia for probiotic definition
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Probiotics

They are by their very nature the opposite of anti-biotics which tend to kill bacteria.
Pro-biotics actually introduce good bacteria into our bodies.

Paul
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CarolineC, what are probotics, can I get them at the HFS? What name does it go by, is it used to get the colon in better working order?  If I get a probotic do I also need the flaxseed oil?  Thanks for the info, I'm really uneducated about this stuff, but I'm learning , this forum sure helps a bunch!  And thanks to nice people like you , I'll get healthy.  I know I really have a messed up metabolism,  that's one reason I switched to the BTD, it just makes sense!!!  It explains why ALL the other diets don't work, even when done religiously correct!!!!  God bless you & all my fellow BTD'rs, Keep the posts coming,

Today, was much the same as yesterday, nonfat plain yogurt & berries, a can of pinapple, a banana, & a very small piece of steak.  Also snacked on juice sweetened craisins, & English Walnuts.  In fact I ran out I need to get back to my HFS,  Thanks again!  Wendy from Wisconsin, in the U.S.


Hi Wendy,

Paul gave you a great website to look at,  here is another one, that I found that is very informative. http://www.live-well.com. Basically, probotics, keep our entire intestinal tract healthy...which helps digestion and  problems with bowels. Flaxseed oil is a whole other product. From what I understand and if I am wrong..someone please correct me . flaxseed oil contains omega-3 fatty acids which have the ability to lower cholesterol and triglycerides, prevent heart attacks, lower blood pressure, decrease allergic reactions, improve skin conditions,minimize arthritis symptoms, relieve the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, lower cancer risk, improve kidney function and aid in hormone synthesis. It also helps with bowel "function". If you actually buy the flaxseed whole (like you have now) and grind it in a coffee grinder  that you use solely for the flaxseed is a better way of getting it into your system, because then it serves as a source  of fiber.
the only thing that I myself see in your diet from yesterday is you  had 4 servings of fruit. and not much meat and veggies. I have found in losing weight, that your going to do better with more lean meats and veggies.
don't feel badly asking question....all of us here learn everyday from this board!
Caroline




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Snack: Chocolate Soy milk

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Snack: I am either going to have an Iced coffee or Iced Green Tea, I need to stay alert for studying.

Dinner will probubly be Pesto & a salad of romaine lettuce, carrots, broccoli, onion & hearts of palm.


Dessert will be watermelon/pinnaple.


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Breakfast:  bluberries and green tea, one gluten free ginger cookie

Lunch:  buffalo, black beans, broccoli, olive oil

Snack#1:  figs with walnuts

Snack #2:  banana/strawberry smoothie, picked up at Wal-Mart while shopping

Snack #3:  one gluten free ginger cookie

Dinner:  egg omelet made with two egg whites and one yolk, with green chile powder and green onions; brown rice bread with butter and green chile powder, green tea

Dessert:  4 squares of dark chocolate

Had Perrier with lime when I got home

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THIS WAS A GOOD DAY!!  Most days I cheat and have a corn torilla at Rubio's (that Mexican food is hard to eliminate!!) or some other avoid.  I have just recently added red meat and am going cold turkey on dairy.  Can't afford to be stupid and yin all summer.  No Jamba Juice for me, unfortunately.  BTW,  buffalo really rocks.
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I hope that wasn't a whole buffalo for lunch

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Catrinac,

did you make the ginger cookies? is there a recipe you could share? I agree buffalo is awesome!!!

I had to do a health fair today , soooooooooI didn't get alot to eat   infact its pretty sad.
Breakfast:    2 cups of green tea

lunch/dinner: (had to eat in between presentationsand they provided the food) large salad...actually I filled the plate,  with  no dressing because they just had bottled kind. couple slices of  BBQ tri tip.  
What I didn't eat that was on the table looking at me: baked beans, macroni salad, garlic  bread, homeade cookie of all kinds and a CHOCOLATE TEXAS SHEET CAKE (sigh)

when I got home I was too tired to eat anything...Oh  yeah about 6 bottles of water...
I am so glad tomorrow is a new day!


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This is just my usual...

brekkie: 1 egg with sauteed greens OR a bowl of berries with yogurt OR oatmeal

snack: B protein shake OR half of a protein bar

Lunch: Tuna fish over a large handful of mixed greens, feta OR leftovers, with a rice cake or slice of ezekial.

Dinner: ANYTHING ...heee..usually some kind of meat/fish with sweet potato or brown basmati rice, other veggies, a nice salad, maybe a rice cake or ezekial

Dessert/snack: chunked water melon and pineapple.
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Didn't sleep much last night - had my first final exam this morning :s
..It went okei though, I think - and hope..

Anyways. After a restless night I had.

Breakfast: fried diced beef, capsicum, egg with some cayenne pepper to spice it up and some doritos dip thing to make it more tasty

pre-Lunch: After the test I came home, but didn't have time for anything before i had to rush out the door again (looking for new apartment with some friends), so I just grabbed some cherries and a glass of mango juice.

Lunch: cooked rice flour and rice milk. Don't know what the english word for this is, but in norwegian I would call it "grøt", although that is usually made with milk and some sort of rice-thing etc.. :p

dinner: salmon with lemon and parsley in the stove for 15-20 min in aluminium folie. Served with sweet potato and lettuce, tomato, capsicum, greek feta cheese, onion.  That was a great and easy dinner

Evening snack: Peeled a mango with knife and ate it  ..anyone know how I'm suppose to eat a mango? :p

And now I better go get some sleep before I get too hungry again - since it's a bit late to eat now. someone talked about not eating after 10 pm for some reason, so i try to getting used to not eating late - although i figure i need to adapt that together with not staying up too late - still working on that part..


Good night all


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viking,
do you have a fork with a longer mid point to insert into the mango?
this is how we eat mangos over here.......first you poke it with this fork to keep it from slipping away.....then you peel it......and eat up all the fruit.......you can even suck on the seed.
the fork holds it tight, like a lolly-pop.)

oh and that doritos dip doesn t sound too good to me......
must be full of avoids!   sorry


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Hallois lola

Can I get that sort of fork at big w or something like that? ..I'll have to go looking today

Yeah, I'm very sceptical about the ingredients in the doritos dip, so it's probably the next to go.. I'll post the ingredients here, maybe someone with a bit more knowledge on the less known stuff will pick it up:

Tomatoes (69%) (Puree, diced, crushed)
Onions (12%)
Capsicums (11%)
Jalapeno peppers
Vinegar <- Yep, just figured out it's an avoid :/
Salt
Garlic
Sugar <-- it's not good, but at the end of the list it shouldn't be a large amount??
Herbs
Food Acid (330) <-- can someone enligthen me on that one?
Spice Extract

Okei, seems that it's been my mouth analysing that label and not my brain..
So no more doritos dip for me then

Got any suggestions besides to tomato paste to make my fried mince meat dishes a bit more tasty? ..for when i don't have rice or sweet potato with it etc..?

Thanks lola, one more avoid off my list

How often do you eat mango?
I love it - they don't sell that in norway, at least not widely available, but now it's a season for it down under and woolies got them all the time


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I love mangos, too!

if you do not find the fork.....
use anything that let s you pierce into the seed of the mango, from the bottom.....
make sure it goes right in.....
be carefull not to pierce your hand though, ok?  )
do you like mustard?....try some ground mustard seed powder with lemon juice......add pepper etc.

wasabe, horseradish is also good.....
try finding some tomatoe sauce without avoids.
or make a 'pico de gallo' type sauce....chopping tomatoes ,onion, cilantro, chile....add salt and pepper a bit of lemon....etc


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Viking,

Food acid 330 is citric acid.

To make your mince more tasty try using sweet paprika (there is also a hot one).
I saute a chopped onion then add garlic and ginger and cook for a couple of minutes then add paprika and stir.  To start with just use a teaspoon and then add more to taste.

btw don't panic folks I don't eat mince....this works with a variety of beans/lentils and even tofu.

Sue.  


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"add pepper" <-- pepper as is capsicum or pepper as in white/black pepper?
..kind of confusing with australian and american names here.. first i thought the white/black pepper, but as far as i recall that's an avoid for us?


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pepper isn t an avoid for Os, on the contrary.
It is the already ground one you buy in the store, that contains mold.
This is why you should grind your own.


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Cayenne pepper is OK.  If you look in Woolies in the cooking /spice section you will find it in a little packet, along with paprika.

Chilli peppers are also OK as are capsicums both found in Woolies in the vege section.  They are usually marked.  Capsicums are round in shape and the chilli peppers small and long.

Sue.  


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I know cayenne pepper is okei, already got that and use it frequently.

I probably expressed myself badly, but what I was trying to say is that the black pepper is an avoid (at least I think it is, will recheck), so therefore I presumed that by adding pepper meant adding capsicum... (american: green/red pepper -> australian: capsicum)..

Need to recheck on the black/white pepper though as I understand that is what we should grind ourselves - according to lola's post - so rechecking now


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So black/white pepper is an avoid as I remembered..

Lola: do you mean grounding our own red pepper then?

bonnie: the cayenne pepper (cayenne pepper is grounded capsicum right?)

Anyways, I love both capsicum and cayenne pepper

If someone could recommend some good green vegetables that are easy to prepare that would be great (already use brocolli (boil it), lettuce and cabbage)


Oh, off to the shop to get some food and see if I can find a good fork-thing for mangos..

Sorry for all the confusion :/


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I ate a mango today.  

To eat a mango so that it is not soooooooo messy (although I don't know if that is possible when they are nice and ripe and sooooooo yummalicious) place the mango in the palm of your hand so that the seed lays parallel with your palm.  Take a sharp knife (BE CAREFUL) and slice along the side of the mango so that you are cutting off the side of the mango just missing the seed.  (Don't worry about cutting some of the seed as you can cut that out later although you are trying not to).  Once you have sliced off the one side turn the cut side of the mango onto your palm and do the same to the other side.  Now you have two nice pieces of mango and one piece with the seed.  The two pieces that look like halves- take your knife and score the mango flesh one way, almost to the skin, and then score it cross ways so that you end up with about 1/2 inch squares.  Now take your piece of mango and turn it inside out.  Voila-you have some nice little cubes that you can either cut off or munch off.  I like the latter since I am the only one that eats them in our house.  Do the same for the other piece.  The seed piece-gently peel the skin off with your knife.  This is the messiest part due to the fact that the flesh wants to stay on the seed.  Munching is best here also. And messy. Eat with some compliant nuts and you have a great snack here.  I hope that I have explained this so that everyone can understand   it.  Enjoy.          

Debra

P.S.  Just thinking about it, you could probably stab the fork into the top of it to stand it up and cut it on your cutting board.  Just a thought.


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yes grind the black, white or green peppercorns yourself and enjoy! )

capsicum is red cayenne pepper....comes in flakes also, to sprinkle on pizza.)


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Got any suggestions besides to tomato paste to make my fried mince meat dishes a bit more tasty? ..for when i don't have rice or sweet potato with it etc..?
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My first time trying this quote thing.  

How about making a red pepper paste (roast red peppers, peel, mash with your choice of oil) .  Maybe that's what the Aus folks are talking about with capiscum.  

I came across a red pepper spread from Slovenia in my "Great Canadian Super Store".  It's called Gloria Vegetable spread (melange vegetal a tartiner, or ajvar - I assume the latter is Slovenian) Gives the following ingredients: peppers, eggplant, hot peppers, oil (does not say what type darn it), sugar, salt and spices.  
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Got any suggestions besides to tomato paste to make my fried mince meat dishes a bit more tasty? ..for when i don't have rice or sweet potato with it etc..?
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My first time trying this quote thing.  

How about making a red pepper paste (roast red peppers, peel, mash with your choice of oil) .  Maybe that's what the Aus folks are talking about with capiscum.  

I came across a red pepper spread from Slovenia in my "Great Canadian Super Store".  It's called Gloria Vegetable spread (melange vegetal a tartiner, or ajvar - I assume the latter is Slovenian) Gives the following ingredients: peppers, eggplant, hot peppers, oil (does not say what type darn it), sugar, salt and spices.  
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I made a terrific salsa the other day with pimentos, fried onion and garlic. olive oil, salt and lots of parsely in the blender until it made a sauce. Lucky you can use all kinds of peppers/capsicums.I 'd roast or dehydrate them first so it's not too liquid.
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It is so good to see everybody sticking to their blood type diets and making the most of the good health it brings. Having said that, I will now sicken everybody to the pits of their stomachs as I reveal what I had today. Even I'm amazed.

Breakfast: Oatmeal with cows milk.
Snack: Coffee and 3 biscuits.
Lunch: Avocado spread on 4 Salada crispbreads.
Snack. Another coffee and 4 biscuits. A couple of pieces of milk chocolate.
Second Snack (watching football) 2 cans of Jack Daniels and coke. many pieces of chocolate.
Dinner: A couple of pieces of lamb
After dinner. Coffee and biscuits and chocolate.

And you know something. I feel great. No problems. That's a first. The BTD has obviously made my intestinal tract somewhat stronger and able to handle these avoids. I wouldn't want to do it every day though. I can feel the water building up already.

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