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funkymuse
Thursday, January 10, 2008, 7:12pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hey fellow Hunters... anyone want to start a thread on food and results as we go along on this new eating regime?

I figure we can check in whenever we have a great food idea or have a strange or bad reaction to stuff or general questions about Hunter foods in general.

wha-do-ya-say? Anybody game?

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sure, lets see...so far, i've found love in asparagus, chocolate, rooibos and cham tea, i've been working with the grains. i did well with Quinoa, but not Kasha..perhaps it's too early to tell. I'm still working with the beans...they don't seem to be working for me. it seems like Dr. D. gives us the lesser of the evils type beans...but i'm not sure. the enoki mushroom suggestion i found was spot on! woot, i love mushrooms...yummmm.   also, i think the supplement suggestions are what's made the most difference for me.

oh yea, as far as fruits...no bad reaction yet. i do appreciate the more variety on the GTD list, i think that helps. before it was always pineapple, bananas, and blueberries. i think watermellon did well for my system. i recommend everyone try the watermellon lol! tell me what ya think...

my biggest question right now is how much grains? how much grains are okay? i guess it's kind of a self question, only i can answer since we're all different. But how about white rice, is that okay to eat? i guess it doesn't have lectin, but maybe a higher GI than brown rice, which would be bad. Is Frozen bread any good or best avoided? is frozen bread like frozen meat? i know you shouldn't eat frozen meat. the HFS here has good frozen millet bread, but i find fresh Quinoa is better..still, i think it's too soon to tell but there you have it! lol, it's a start.

this is a good idea, Funky
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funkymuse
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sure, lets see...so far, i've found love in asparagus, chocolate, rooibos and cham tea, i've been working with the grains. i did well with Quinoa, but not Kasha..perhaps it's too early to tell. I'm still working with the beans...they don't seem to be working for me. it seems like Dr. D. gives us the lesser of the evils type beans...but i'm not sure. the enoki mushroom suggestion i found was spot on! woot, i love mushrooms...yummmm.   also, i think the supplement suggestions are what's made the most difference for me.


Oh... gosh... I really have to try and get into Asparagus!  Any suggestions on cooking it?  I don't like the mushy stuff!  

Also I'm diggin' the Yerba Mate.. but I have to mix it with Jasmine Green or Green Rasberry as it's too earthy.  I've never tried Rooibos - is it earthy or???  Boy Yerba Mate gives me the 'jack' in the morning!  Jeezz!  Especially if I let it brew for along time.

The only grain I've been doing is the rice so far.  I don't think we can have white rice.

I've never tried the enoki mushroom... how does it taste?  and do you cook it like regular mushrooms?  I'm sad we don't get the others...

One great thing is we can have dates!  And CLIF Bars makes a wonderful date based dark Choc and walnut bar!

Haven't tried beans yet... but I want to make a black bean chili... not sure how I'm going to make it without tomatoes!  Any suggestions?

Are you or is anyone doing the Rhodiola?  I have yet to get some of the supp's... it's amazing that fish oils now are a good supp for us when before (as O's), they were not.

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oh yea, as far as fruits...no bad reaction yet. i do appreciate the more variety on the GTD list, i think that helps. before it was always pineapple, bananas, and blueberries. i think watermellon did well for my system. i recommend everyone try the watermellon lol! tell me what ya think...


I am very sad about cherries!  I can't wait until after the initial period is over as I love those.  and I LOVE watermelon!

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my biggest question right now is how much grains? how much grains are okay? i guess it's kind of a self question, only i can answer since we're all different. But how about white rice, is that okay to eat?


I just follow the grain suggestions in the book and so far no bad reactions.  Some days I have the limit and some days I have only a little.  Where did you get that white rice was ok?  I see that it's ok for Gatherers but not for Hunters.  

Also the thing I'm really having a tough time with is no rice or almond milks...    My big question is maybe homemade is ok since one adds compliant ingredients???

Yah I like this idea... I have alot  more to post but have to go to the grocery store which is fun these days cause we get to try all these new things!

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HigherGround247
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Asparagus isn't mushy...it's crunchy. don't cook too long. steam it with something. it goes well by itself :0  



i'll have to try and brew my own yerba, i bought it in bottle last time. rooibos is earthy, you could say. gets better with time,



Awesome, what kinds of rice have you tried?



i think you should eat the other mushroom if you want! that's what im doing...who knows, maybe they are good for you! i think the enoki mushrooms are best raw, that's how i like em. i tried to cook them, but yuk   but raw is delicious..oh yea!  



I'll look for that Clif thing in HFS thanks! yea, im psyched about dates too, they're so good for you...i think, lol.

"Haven't tried beans yet... but I want to make a black bean chili... not sure how I'm going to make it without tomatoes!  Any suggestions?"

about the black bean chili...no idea..do you need a paste? i have no idea there. i'll think though...



yea i'm excited about the fish oils...you know all the other health nuts are raving about them  ..but i've tried Rhodiola..it works sometimes, sometimes it doesn't...i find it's not really long lasting, kind of stimulative, and makes my hands cold...hmmm...i think i just need to play around with it more...


"I am very sad about cherries!  I can't wait until after the initial period is over as I love those.  and I LOVE watermelon!"

I don't miss cherries, because they gave me mucus beforehand...but some fruit drinks with cherry juice in them i still like.



i used to drink almond milk and rice milk, and heck anythings better than the cow milk, but i havn't drink them in almost 2 years...they might be okay, i'll have to see by introducing them again to the diet...

love love love grocery stores lol! im like a kid in a candy store there...lol, the HFSs ones ne way. well, ttyl.
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I found some canned artichoke hearts in the store.  How would you fix it?  Just heat and eat?  I would like to try it...

Asparagus: steamed with ghee added after cooking.  YUM!

I've found that a salad made with kale, mustard greens, and broccoli is great with grapefruit juice squirted on it or just while eating grapefruit.  That is what I have been doing for salads.

I've found that I actually like canned turnip greens in the morning with a steak!


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I wish I was a hunter.....my favorite way to do asparagus is  roasted in the oven for about 15 minutes at around 400 degrees.  You just trim it, put it on a cookie sheet with some olive oil and
sea salt.  Delish!  Can squeeze on some lemon juice or zest also after it comes out.....yummo...
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I found some canned artichoke hearts in the store.  How would you fix it?  Just heat and eat?  I would like to try it...


I know alot of folks put these in salads.  Are they canned in water?  I know sometimes they are in vinegar.  

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Asparagus: steamed with ghee added after cooking.  YUM!


Well I'll have to give these a shot.. you all are so enthused with them!  

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I've found that I actually like canned turnip greens in the morning with a steak!


Boy.. I don't know if I could do this one!!! ha...

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Ok... got a list of stuff to go over here!  

What are all of you doing for Mayo?  (with the no vinegar rule!)
Does anyone know if a little hurt????

Has anyone ever used these Umeboshi Plums?  When I thought I was a Gatherer I indulged in the Umeboshi Plum Vinegar but now???

Does anyone have a good recipe for Black Eyed Peas (now a super food?)!

I made a great cool drink yesterday to have with my snack of pumpkin seeds - ice green tea with pineapple juice!  And I've been loving the Grapefruit, Grape, and Pear Juice super food beverages!

Does anyone have a good Pilates DVD suggestion?

Yesterday I picked up some Guayaki (http://www.guayaki.com) tea - the "Greener Green Tea" which has Yerba Mate, Green Tea and Lemongrass in it - Delicious! They have quite a few varities of Yerba Mate.

Now my absolute favorite moment yesterday was coming home from the store with several of these weird named cheeses to try and biting into the one called Percorino!!! Oh my gosh... oh my gosh!!! My favorite of all time.  Makes Mozzerella seem like rubber!  What flavor!  

And another good happening is that I started my monthly cycle and usually for two weeks before that I have cravings and swings and this and that and I'm miserable.  Had NONE OF THAT this time!!! Ya Hooo!!!!!!

It's a good day on the GT diet!    
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I wouldn't fret about cherries. The season is so short, so I'm sure 'cheating' in July is not so bad.
I am surprised at the amount of 'carbs' allowed.I was eating brown rice anyway, but I know it causes me to gain.

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Asparagus... my favorite trick I've picked up along the way is to not cut the stems off at the bottom, instead bend them at the bottom until they break.  They will break at the spot where the start to become fibery. (is that a word, how do I spell that?)  That way you never get a bite of stringy, sinuey stuff at the bottom.


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I'm not  a hunter (unless that darn fingermeasuring thing went wrong) but I had to speak up for asparagus! Grilled, baby. sprinkle with evoo, and grill.
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I'm not  a hunter (unless that darn fingermeasuring thing went wrong) but I had to speak up for asparagus! Grilled, baby. sprinkle with evoo, and grill.


What's evoo?
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evoo is Extra Virgin Olive Oil.  Rachael Ray coined that phrase--I think!


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I don't eat mayo much anymore--but when I did I used an old fashioned recipe but sub. light evoo for oil, and fresh lime or lemon juice for the acid.  However it also calls for fresh uncooked eggs so that may be a concern to some/most.  It sure is yummy--and I always made a small batch, just enough for a day or so.

I bought Real sweet potatoes today; a superfood.  They are red as opposed to orange yams.  I bought them in a Korean market.  Also, millet, and a beautiful Korean Pear.  The pear was four dollars US!  

I also bought a 16 oz. jar of gorgeous ghee, and it only cost $7.00 US.  Should I refrigerate it??


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Quoted from MyraBee


I also bought a 16 oz. jar of gorgeous ghee, and it only cost $7.00 US.  Should I refrigerate it??


I never refrigerate ghee even in summer.  Do be careful not to get anything else in the jar, including water.
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I have always soaked grains overnight before cooking.  Do I do that with millet too?
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I have always soaked grains overnight before cooking.  Do I do that with millet too?


I was planning on using them raw--adding them to the Walnutty Chocolate recipe.  Is this a good idea?


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never tried raw millet grains....
perhaps presoaked and air dried or oven toasted, then added to the recipe might work.

raw might be too hard to chew.


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Quoted from cindyt


I never refrigerate ghee even in summer.  Do be careful not to get anything else in the jar, including water.


i refrigerate mine if i'm not going to use it all during a month...my last jar i had to throw away because it went moldy in the cup board.
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I don't eat mayo much anymore--but when I did I used an old fashioned recipe but sub. light evoo for oil, and fresh lime or lemon juice for the acid.  However it also calls for fresh uncooked eggs so that may be a concern to some/most.  It sure is yummy--and I always made a small batch, just enough for a day or so.


Now this sounds good!  How much of each ingredient?

Also I've never put my ghee in the fridge.  But we eat it up so fast it never goes bad.  
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Roast Duck.  
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Roast Duck.  


Lloyd is this a secret code word for something or are you excited to be able to eat it?!  
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Just reporting on food and results.  
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lol, Goose. i know it's a neutral. but dang, this was really good. better than Turkey. i liked the dark meat of the goose. there was a lot more meat on it too than i thought. i am going to try to cook the bones down in a crock pot tomorow.

also, i did not care for Soba or Kasha. tried them today, but they just did not do it for me.
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I haven't tried roast duck or goose!  They sound wonderful.

Yesterday I had light red rooibos tea!  Boy was that nice!

This is so fun branching out and trying things that I never would have otherwise.

Speaking of fun... - does anyone get gas from eating broccoli?    Ha...

PS - oh yah.. the lemongrass in the  Greener Green tea caused me acid indigestion ???

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Now here's a thing I was thinking of last night...

On the Hunter disease process - how many of us have what going on at the moment?

I have inflammatory action in my thumb joints which does not show up on the xrays as anything but the Doc told me that in the beginning stages of osteo or other arthritis conditions, it does not show.

Also I have funny knees - especially my left knee which has been operated on 3 times.  They wanted to do a total knee in early 2006 but said I was too young so they went in and cleaned it up and it's been very good every since.  I'm  praying for continued healing with this eating regime!  

My left knee hasn't done too bad but it gets a little funny from time to time.

Also had a recent xray at the chiro and my neck is stage two with osteo.  

My eyesight is a little low (reading glasses required close up) and I've got a few lbs on me which by the way since being on this are melting away fast WITHOUT counting calories or watching portion sizes (except to follow what the GT diet recommends).

And last but not least the most important of all here is that I've certainly had some bad tummy problems in the past.  I don't feel my tummy is completely healed yet but I'm sure looking forward to it and I think alot of the inflammatory stuff will clear up when it does because for the most part doesn't our tummy affect our entire body?  

Looking forward to hearing about others and keeping track of our healing progress!  

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about the broccoli...sometimes. i had pain in back and head and the joints since a very young age, so i knew it was not normal. nobody believed me or knew why i would get like fibromyalgia symptoms. my dad has fibro but he got it when he was older, in his 50s. i know if i stay on the BTD/GTD ill be okay.
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Funky,

I don't know how long you were on the BTD. I was compliant for almost 4 years.
A lot of the inflammatory issues that you mention I also had. The knuckles on my right hand have been inflamed or bloated since I was about 12 years old. A specialist at the time said I had the beginnings of arthritis and that an operation to cut out the inflammation woould be a good idea. Luckily my parents disagreed. However, for the next 35 years, my knuckles were inlamed and often the skin would crack and bleed at the joints. After 3 years on the BTD, the inflammation had all but gone. Overall I'm mighty impressed.

As for reading, my eyes started degenerating about 5 years ago. Anything less than a foot in front of my eyes was a blur. I started getting glasses for reading. I was told by the optometrist that my eyes would degenerate gradually. And in the first 2 years I had 3 sets of glasses all slightly stronger than the last. For some reason, I had missed my yearly checkup one year and by the time I went it was almost 2 years since the last visit. Again, I had been on the BTD for 3 years at this stage. When my eyes were checked, they hadn't deteriorated at all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's 2 years and they had stayed the same!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was stunned as I left the optometrist. I can only put it down to the diet. Nothing else had changed.

I haven't started the GTD yet but I intend to. I've just got some issues around portions.
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Good stuff Vandelam!  What are the issues you are having around portions?

I don't really watch them at all except to pay attention to what the book suggests.

I'm looking forward to continued healing.  I'm really dropping the lbs, I tell you.  Feeling really good.  I can feel my muscles getting stronger and leaner like a Hunter on the Hunt!  ha.. kind of weird to explain.  

My joints still ache but certainly  not as much as they used to.  I live in a cold damp area so it may take a bit longer to really get the aching to diminish - however they used to wake me up at night aching and hurting.  

My neck and back are still chronic.  I need to go and get some nice neck/back work twice a week - so expensive. sigh.

The only thing black dot food I'm really struggling with at this point, is Rice Milk.  I hope that it's ok to drink my own homemade when I get my machine.  I don't need alot of it but a little here and there in my tea and shakes.  

Yesterday I made a totally compliant fudge from one of the BTD recipes (totally compliant with almost all superfoods for the Hunter), and it is great!  Especially warm!  BUT dangerous when warm!  You wanna keep eating it!  ha...  When it's cold, you just want a little bite.  So I'm keeping it cold!

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Hey here's a question for us Hunters... how much are you all eating out there on this new GT eating regime?

I find I am eating quite healthy portions with snacks.  Wow... what an amazing science...
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Here's a link to a new way (to me) to make kale.  I tried it tonight and it was really good, kind of crispy. Leave off the black pepper, of course.  Next time I may try adding curry powder to it. I didn't have any sesame seeds today so I left them off.
http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes/sidedish/kale_ovenroasted.html
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Here's a link to a new way (to me) to make kale.  I tried it tonight and it was really good, kind of crispy. Leave off the black pepper, of course.  Next time I may try adding curry powder to it. I didn't have any sesame seeds today so I left them off.
http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes/sidedish/kale_ovenroasted.html


Sounds Fabulous.  I like the idea of 'kind of crispy!'
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Hi there fellow Hunters. I just discovered I am a hunter, 2 days ago, and my husband is (most likely) a Explorer. I am very excited - and have been losing weight ever since the transition to GTD. The crazy thing, i havent even fully transitioned, havent been starving, counting or low carbing at all. This is too cool. I have been working out, and walking daily. I look forward to exchanging recipes here.

I dont think grains are as big a problem for me as once thought. I have been using ezekial cereal w/ almond milk, and doing ok w/ it. Im thinking of eliminating it for a while, going back to eggs or on and off.

I was doing rice crust Amys pizza, but realize mozzarella is out so no more of that, plus it was giving me slight heartburn anyhow.

I LOVE that we can have chocolate!! and its a beneficial. Now, i need to just eliminate the sugar. I self published a cookbook a few years ago for fun/hobby, and having a sister who is a chef, i look forward to exchanging some yummo recipes on here.

Does anyone know (for time savers) some brands or foods that i can find in my health food store of prepared foods? ie: canned chilli, frozen amys dishes, I did see that comment re: the walnut, date chocolate bar- that sounds super yum.

Oh, and I found a ice cream- made w/ Rice milk- is that a no no? (i am guessing so).

Anyhow, i am very excited to be here and to meet you all
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Welcome welcome welcome!  I plan to write more later... but have too much to do this AM.  

I haven't found any processed foods yet!  

Been doing alot of cooking lately.  

And do go out and get the Manchego or Percornio cheese!  Makes Mozzeralla taste very bland.  It is great on Eggs!  Can we say Cheese egg omlet with green onions and garlic and yummm!!!
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  Can we say Cheese egg omlet with green onions and garlic and yummm!!!


Yes, you can!!


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Hey here's a question for us Hunters... how much are you all eating out there on this new GT eating regime?

I find I am eating quite healthy portions with snacks.  Wow... what an amazing science...


I go by the hand size portion rule for bafst, lunch & dinner. As for snacks, the only time I feel hungry is around 1030am & 4pm..and I have fruit & nut for the morning and dates & cocoa drink for the evening.  


BTD compliance means: Definition of "Compliance"

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funkymuse
Tuesday, January 15, 2008, 2:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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So I've added the  Skullcap and the Chromium to the supp regime.  I'm taking them with my lunch meal since it does not say otherwise in the book.  Anybody know any different on this?

What's everyone taking in regards to supps?  I'm also still on quite a few of the ER4YT supps and since I have about a 6 month supply won't be switching over to the GTD supps until then.

Also Nic4Health... and other Hunters interested I tried Kate's Walnutty Chocolate Fudge recipe on the ER4YT Recipe database and yummy!  I had to add extra sweetner (stevia) and next time I make it I'm going to add dates!  I cut it up in small chunks and have a piece after one or two of my meals.

On the health update front... I am losing weight and the only time I have issues with inflammation is when I eat cheese... so I'm going to maybe cut back for the 4-6 month period and see what happens.  This breaks my heart cause I've really fallen in love with that Manchego!  I might sneak in a small bite occasionally!  

My neck is still chronic and I'm wondering what to do about that... I grit my teeth at night because of the tension and of course that is a double edge sword because it causes  more neck tension!  sigh.

And lastly does anyone know if Grapefruit juice really moves things along through the intestine?  I've taken to drinking a glass in the morning when getting up and man... I'm really having some clearance (to put it nicely!)  
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Tuesday, January 15, 2008, 4:08pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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funky,

if you're taking Holy Basil, try cutting it out for awhile.  It was causing me excruciating neck pains and stiffness, because the dosage they typically sell it in, is way high.
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I hope none of you grapefruit addicts are taking statins.  It says on my instructions 'Do not use grapefruit or grapefruit juice'
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Quoted from 521


if you're taking Holy Basil, try cutting it out for awhile.  It was causing me excruciating neck pains and stiffness, because the dosage they typically sell it in, is way high.



Nope... not taking that.

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I hope none of you grapefruit addicts are taking statins.  It says on my instructions 'Do not use grapefruit or grapefruit juice'


what's a statin?


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Wednesday, January 16, 2008, 12:14am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Statins are the cholesterol-lowering drugs.

In addition to grapefruit problems, statins are also being implicated as a cause of rapid-onset cancer.  My grandmother smoked for 60 years and drank diet sodas for 40 years, but got cancer within a year of having been put on a statin drug.

I'm not saying that smoking and artificial sweeteners don't cause cancer; I'm convinced they do.  But I also know that my grandmother was a Type O and that, of all the types, they typically have the lowest incidence of cancer, with the exception of skin cancer.
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Well.. today was a shocking day.  We got my hubby's GT kit and BT kit and secretor kit in the mail.  

We only ordered the BT kit because we needed to find out his RH factor.  Well turns out he is NOT AN A like he has been telling me for the entire time I've known him, but he is an O Positive; and when moving on the to GT testing, he is a HUNTER!

Poor thing... I took his steaks and duck and other goodies away from  him quite awhile back when he told me he was an A on the BT diet.  

He is ready for his first steak in 2 years tonight!  

When he was in grade school someone told him he was an A - or so he thought!  ha...

What a discovery.  Now I can prepare the same foods for both of us and save myself one heck of alot of trouble!  

In looking in the Advanced testing charts in the GT book, it really doesn't matter what his secretor status is, because of his torso, leg and finger measurements - no matter whether he is a secretor or non - he is still a Hunter.

The question here is, I looked at the foods lists for Hunters and there is no special requirements for non secretors there, so even if he is a non secretor, there are no special requirements.  So am I correct in this assumption or did I miss something?
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We just had tuna melts for lunch:

me:  basmati rice with yellowfin over the top, then Percornio cheese and seseme sprinkle with seaweed and salt.  I wrapped each bite in romaine and crunched down!   Delicious!

hubby:  spelt toast with ghee with yellowfin and percornio on top and seseme sprinkile with seaweed.  carrots and celery.


What are Hunters doing for mayo?
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check the recipes for mayo here on top.


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Thursday, January 17, 2008, 2:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi all Still doing well. Still losing also !!!

Funkymuse- that is kind of funny (in a sad painful way for your hubby) but i had to laugh, that poor man has been eating the wrong way. He should be feeling much better now on the Hunter diet! Also, thanks for the info on the recipe. Also, re: the joint/health issues- since I was young, i had pain in my knees. I have had hip problems for about 5 years now (before i got married) and saw a Chiropractor for a bit. I thought i was insane, but this diet seems to be helping my problems. I hope it heals them, along w/ daily work outs.

My hubbie is now making the transition to the Explorer diet. I am trying to make lists of foods that are beneficial for both of us, or at least neutral for one and Bene for the other, its not that easy, but i can handle the challenge.

Has anyone a good chocolate chip cookie recipe? Using brown rice flour, (i forget if we are allowed that)? Ive been craving cookies!

I bought dates today. I made really yum sweet potatoe mash tonight, simple with just salt and organic butter. Served with steak and a salad. It was great.

Im trying to figure out what to replace my evening ice cream with. Anyone have any tips? I have still been doing well eating this Acai berry ice cream (but it has soy lecethin in it, is that a no-no?)

Nice to be here!

ps-

Lola- for mayo, I buy a Olive oil mayo from my health food store. slightly different taste, but does the trick. I havent yet checked the ingreds but i recall CRFYT having a olive oil mayo recipe.
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It seems to me that the Hunter diet is BTD O secretor with more avoids.  This either means I've been having the right things anyway or nothing much will change.  Hope that it not the case
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Hi all Still doing well. Still losing also !!!


Me too!

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Funkymuse- that is kind of funny (in a sad painful way for your hubby) but i had to laugh, that poor man has been eating the wrong way. He should be feeling much better now on the Hunter diet!


He had steak last night and sweet potato pancakes and was in ectasy the entire time!    But he had to give up his peanuts and vanilla yogurt.  
But he says that's ok!  

This morning I made us a gourmet compliant breakfast - egg and cheese fritta with turkey bacon (Applegate Farms).  It was outstanding!  Oh yes and we had a side of DELICOUS millet with ghee and agave nectur!  Heaven has arrived in our kitchen!  



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Also, thanks for the info on the recipe. Also, re: the joint/health issues- since I was young, i had pain in my knees. I have had hip problems for about 5 years now (before i got married) and saw a Chiropractor for a bit. I thought i was insane, but this diet seems to be helping my problems. I hope it heals them, along w/ daily work outs.


Here here on the healing!  I've had three knee surgeries but not the big one yet.  My knees don't ache, just hurt with certain movements.  So I'm very careful.  I want them to heal so I won't have to go through the total knee!     I've quit going to a traditional chiro and now have this guy coming over using muscle work to work the bones back into place.  Painful but effective.  He says anyone with osteo should not have chiro adjustments esp. on their neck.. (I'm sure this is a controversial subject.)

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Has anyone a good chocolate chip cookie recipe? Using brown rice flour, (i forget if we are allowed that)? Ive been craving cookies!
  

Try the recipe database over on the main BTD page.  Sounds like you need a good hit of some grain.  Sometimes when we crave it's our need for some type of nutrient.   

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I bought dates today. I made really yum sweet potatoe mash tonight, simple with just salt and organic butter. Served with steak and a salad. It was great.


Wow.. my hubby is salivating on this one!  That's up next to cook!  thanks for the idea!

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Im trying to figure out what to replace my evening ice cream with. Anyone have any tips? I have still been doing well eating this Acai berry ice cream (but it has soy lecethin in it, is that a no-no?)


Oh boy.. i can't help you there.  I LOVE ice cream.  Maybe somebody has made some homemade with compliant ingredients?

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Nice to be here!
Lola- for mayo, I buy a Olive oil mayo from my health food store. slightly different taste, but does the trick. I havent yet checked the ingreds but i recall CRFYT having a olive oil mayo recipe.


Nice to have you here!  I was just complianing over at the Gatherers Thread that they are so social!  They have over 325 posts!  And we are struggling behind here... BUT I told um it was because we were out Hunting! HAAAAA.  Peppytwist wrote back and said that while we were out hunting - all the Gatherers were collecting seeds and fruits and gabbing away back at the homestead or something to that effect!  It was hilarious!

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I've got some Prop Taster Strips leftover if anyone wants to try this out.  Just send me your mailing address and I'll send them to ya.  

Hubby and I are both Prop Super Tasters...
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Any Hungry Hunters here still indulging in Seltzer Water?

I'm still drinking quite a bit of it!
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Sure. About the same as before, a couple times a week.
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Had cravings yesterday.  The first in over a month.  The only thing I did different was add some Millet to my eating regime.  Hummmm...  food for thought  

I ended up eating two of my homemade complinate choc fudge pieces (very small) and over the afternoon indulged in a NAP Cherry Choc. Protein bar.

Hung on the best I could.  Today.. onward being careful with the millet...  that millet is really good. I think it's dangerous for me.  I want to keep eating it like bread.  Basmate rice, I can stop with the normal serving amount.
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Homemade Mayo recipe.


a widemouth jar of one half to one pint capacity

a cup of oil- any oil. a half a large lemon, squeezed through a strainer (or 2 tablepoons prepared lemon juice)

a quarter teaspoon of salt

an egg

a half teaspoon (or more) of crushed garlic

a teaspoon of powdered mustard, or a tablespoon of prepared mustard, or a teaspoon or more of your favorite hot sauce.

mix with hand blender.

I would like to try this with ghee and see how it turns out.


Eat your heart out


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Quoted from angelighte

Homemade Mayo recipe.


a widemouth jar of one half to one pint capacity

a cup of oil- any oil. a half a large lemon, squeezed through a strainer (or 2 tablepoons prepared lemon juice)

a quarter teaspoon of salt

an egg

a half teaspoon (or more) of crushed garlic

a teaspoon of powdered mustard, or a tablespoon of prepared mustard, or a teaspoon or more of your favorite hot sauce.

mix with hand blender.

I would like to try this with ghee and see how it turns out.


this sounds very good!  As a Hunter... I could use Olive Oil or Walnut Oil!  yummmm
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I wish I was a hunter.....my favorite way to do asparagus is  roasted in the oven for about 15 minutes at around 400 degrees.  You just trim it, put it on a cookie sheet with some olive oil and
sea salt.  Delish!  Can squeeze on some lemon juice or zest also after it comes out.....yummo...


I've been meaning to thank you for this for along time!  I am nuts about Asparagus cooked this way!  And so is hubby who had never had it this way.

We roast it until the tips are pretty dark... even black, in olive oil and then sprinkle salt and Kelp Sprinkles on it!  It's inhaled in minutes!  Tastes enough like french fries to qualm that need forever!
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Just started this week and so far I'm eating, eggs, dates, unsweetened chocolate, salmon, beef, cinnamon, chamomille tea, watermelon, pears, artichoke...

I feel great but I have a nasal condition which always keeps me down so I'm doing good for me.  What's been hard is getting enough protein and calories during the day because it's hard to find good food at work and not into the routine of taking food.  So I went off the diet a little today and don't feel so good.  I'll have to get my snacks in order and I'll be a lot better.  

What I love the most is that I can have all the things I really like on the Hunter and they are beneficial.  I love dates, chocolate and watermelon.  Although I can't have the sugar filled cholate bars, I improvise by buying unsweetened cooking chocolate bars from the store and eat them with the sugary dates and it's just like the real thing.  

I just really need to keep my calorie intake up all day.  

I've lost some weight fast but feel strong.  My six pack is coming through and I feel like my body is just working better overall.  
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I feel great but I have a nasal condition which always keeps me down so I'm doing good for me.  
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Have you tried Stinging Nettle Root for  your nasal condition?  Works wonders 'if' it has to do with sinus...

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Yes, I just started it and I'm seeing a lot of improvement in combination with other things, just trying to get it right.  Thanks.
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I think I told you all this, I thought I was a Gatherer until just recently... mistaken Genotype!

I am SO happy to be a Hunter because  almost all of the food really agrees with me!

One of my staples on the BTD ( O )   was  romaine with evoo.....  as a Hunter,  these aren't particularly wonderful for me... in fact most of the lettuces aren't .... I have always  eaten LARGE salads... so today I did  finely chopped turnip greens.. it was fine...

Question:   the only grape leaves I have seen are in a jar.. I assume they have vinegar .. can I wash it all off and will it be ok?

Has anyone found sweet potato leaves?  There is no  way I could grow my own unless I had a field.. I'd eat too many of them!
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Any Hungry Hunters here still indulging in Seltzer Water?

I'm still drinking quite a bit of it!


bloats the hell out of my stomach



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I started GTD a couple of weeks ago.  The only improvement in myself that I have noticed is my shoulder, which I believe I've already mentioned.  The muscle in my shoulder becomes super tight if I sit at the computer for a while or hold my 2 1/2 month old for any length of time while standing on my feet.  My shoulder hurts so badly that it tingles and burns with pain.
Within three days of GTD that went away.  I know it was the spelt because if I eat wheat I get a stiff neck.  I believe that it's all related for me.
Unfortunately I haven't really been able to add anything to my diet, only take out.  I've removed, spinach, iceberg lettuce, mozzarella cheese, raisins, spelt, carrots, tomato, and avocados.  Unfortunately these were foods that I ate nearly on a daily basis.  
So now I eat leaf lettuce salad that contains broccoli, onions and peppers, sprinkled with olive oil and Parmesan cheese.  Beef and cooked broccoli.  
I'm trying it for a while but to me the diet seems so limited.  I hear many people saying that they are enjoying the variety and the new foods.  I've only been able to take things out.  It's been rather disappointing.
However, on the more positive side I've seen many affects in my daughter who's 2 1/2 months old.  I'm nursing her full time.
She's taking longer naps and seems more contented, and she's a really good baby to begin with.  Also, she was getting cradle cap and that has disappeared as well.  So I know that the diet is doing something different.  
I had hoped to see a little bit of weight loss.  But so far nothing.  
Leanne!


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I've just gone full blown into the  Hunter diet... as I said, when I thought I was a Gatherer I wasn't very enthused because the list didn't appeal to me....
lol.. I PROMISE I didn't just make up that I am a  Hunter ...I did some remeasuring and got the kit and watched the video.... but I am SO thrilled...
so I have very bad arthritis in my knees.. particularly in one knee.. from tennis and running marathons.. self inflicted...
I am SO hoping that this diet will  give me some relief.. perhaps not a cure.. but relief... from the stiffness.

Accidental Chef has been helping me a TON!
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A little update on myself, I've been feeling "Too Good".  I have lots of energy, strength, endurance and stamina after a little less than a week.  The only thing holding me down is my nasal issues which I've stated before as probably why I seeked out the BTD diet in the first palce.  I'm treated it with stinging nettle and it works well.  

Some of the things I've done that I haven't been able to do in a long time.  

I ran 3 miles straight, barely loosing a little breath.
I helped my brother inlaw move all his furniture into his new house without loosing a sweat, impressing my sister in the process.
I am no longer tired at work and have a little too much energy for people to handle (Hunter metabolism).  

Today I changed a little and went off the diamonds during meals and eat the diamonds as snacks inbetween and kept my high metabolism going, didn't feel any effects really.  

I feel the diet is curing my digestive system fast which is what I always looked for.  My stomach just seems to finally be working right and it doesn't take too many diamonds to keep it that way.  Well sorry I seemed to be bragging, I never got on the diet to become a huge body builder or something like that I just wanted to get out of my rut of disfunctional health.  So it's going great, hope it continues and I hope everyone has great success.  By the way thanks Dr. D.
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great to hear you are doing so well!!
keep up the spirit!


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