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angelighte
Tuesday, May 20, 2008, 8:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi Hunter,


What did you eat today?


How did you spend it?


& how are you feeling/going?




Eat your heart out


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Hi Marie,

Yesterday I ate the following:

Breakfast - meatloaf (Hunter compliant)
            carrots and ghee (I am almost to  the 6 months point)
            green tea

Lunch     - can of tuna packed in Olive oil
            2 slices of sweet potato
            salad of chicory, romaine, radicchio, celery
            french dressing (lemon juice, Walnut Oil, EVOO, paprika, sea salt mixed in the blender)
            green tea
            
Snack     - 2 servings of watermelon
            1 small banana
            green tea

Dinner    - turkey sloppy joe (compliant except for a bit of tomato paste)
            same salad and dressing as lunch
            steamed peas/sweet potato/zucchini mixture

I felt wonderful and this really kept me full.  I was hungry a bit sooner after eating the fruit, but that is what I wanted, for it to just hold me over for 2 hours before dinner.  If I wanted to stay full longer I would have added some pumpkin seeds or nuts.

My weight was down a bit today and I feel very good this morning with no joint aches so the carrots and the bit of tomato paste I used didn't seem to bother me.

Hope this helps!

Tea Rose
            




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Tea Rose thanks
It is always very helpful to see what other people eat
- my O (90 % likely hunter) has not started hunter diet ( yet) - but I am trying to get her over there eventually.


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Quoted from Henriette Bsec

- my O (90 % likely hunter) has not started hunter diet ( yet) - but I am trying to get her over there eventually.


My kids (28 and 25 years old) don't really follow it either, but they are both very health conscious and know the foods good for their genotype.  Neither has any major health issue and are both active and at good body weights.  I am interesting in getting them to know the weight loss and the worst avoid foods for them because I think that knowledge alone is so valuable for later in their lives.

My 28 year old son is the explorer and you know their motto is "I'll do it my way" so I don't push it, but rather it is something that we can discuss (he lives in Boston) we have great conversations about the genotype diet.

My 25 year old son is a chiropractor and is saving for a home and lives here with us.  He has his own system of protein shakes and working out that he follows.  He certain benefits from what I are doing with the hunter diet because the food he eats that I prepare is compliant for his genotype.  Also I no longer buy bread (except for Sami's)so he only eats wheat when he is out.

They have both seen the change in me since going gluten-free too and so that I think speaks volumes to them.

I am sure that the example that you are setting is doing more for your daughter then you may think.  Also in this day and age what girl doesn't want to know the foods that can make her lose weight and gain weight!

Tea Rose



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Quoted from Tea Rose

My 28 year old son is the explorer and you know their motto is "I'll do it my way" so I don't push it, but rather it is something that we can discuss (he lives in Boston) we have great conversations about the genotype diet.


sure - being an explorer myself  - I┤m not even completely sure that dr. D is 100 % right( yet)  
- cause I know best what fits me   and somehow 100 % explorer is not 100 % right for me  


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Todays menu plan (anticipated):

AM: Green tea

Breakfast: A mango, banana, rooibos tea and a few dates while cooking. Meal = 10-12 oz steak, and stirfry turnip greens with onion, garlic, kelp, chiles, dandelion and homemade curry mix. Ghee. A few walnuts.

Midday: Rosehip and chamomille (mixed) tea.

Dinner: Chicory salad with chopped fennel (anise), dressing = grapejuice, tahini, EVOO, basil and tarragon. One pot meal Job's tears, sardines, broccoli, lots of butter, curry mix plus seasalt and nutritional yeast + 2 eggs mixed in just before removing from heat. May or may not use cranberries in one pot meal depending on mood and if I remember!

Normally only eat twice a day.

Edit: Added items to stir fry. Used the cranberries in stirfry as well.

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- cause I know best what fits me


Henriette,

I think you are 100% right about that!  I know that there are things in the Hunter diet that don't agree with me even though I have felt wonderful on it and have lost weight.

When I did the determinator test, I scored that the Blood Type Diet would be better for me.  I have played the last week or so with making slight changes and trying the O Nonsecretor diet even though I am a secretor. Call it intuition, but I just feel that I should try this O Nonsecretor diet (thus the carrots in yesterday's meal plan and the tomato too.)

  I didn't realize that you are an explorer  



Lloyd,

Would you mind sharing your homemade curry mixture ingredients and amounts you use with making it?  I have wanted to make one up and haven't attempted it because there are so many possible combos.

Thanks,
Tea Rose











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Quoted from Tea Rose

Lloyd,

Would you mind sharing your homemade curry mixture ingredients and amounts you use with making it?  I have wanted to make one up and haven't attempted it because there are so many possible combos.

Thanks,
Tea Rose



It's best to experiment a little to find out what you like. I put mine together by 'eyeball' to a general proportion. From day to day I may also adjust by adding extra ginger or clove for a specific dish, as an example.

Roughly, I'm using 6 parts each corriander and ginger with 4 parts fenugreek, 2 parts turmeric and 1 part each clove, cayenne and cinnamon. Sometimes I go heavier on the fenugreek. Usually mix enough to last a month or so at once. Anise seed can be added as well but I usually do that seperately.

Don't forget to use sage or rosemary now and then as well, great Hunter herbs.

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Thanks Lloyd,

I think I have all of those spices in the house, I will give it a try.

Tea Rose



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Hey guys I love hearing about what you guys are cooking and eating - its great, very inspiring. I find it more helpful than the diamonds foods page.


Yesterday I ate:

Cranberries + almond dark chocolate throught the day with a few coffees + milo.

Wasabi peas for lunch (bad though cos they are shop ones with wheat-felt sick today).


evening: pineapple juice, grapefruit juice, chicken, brocoli sweet potato, carrot. 2 glasses of white wine.
some cashews and lollies.

This morning I felt really sick.

Then today I drank some grapefruit juice,
almond dark chocolate with coffee for b/fast.

For lunch I had dates then roast chicken with a bit of artichoke.

Tonight I might have that too as I have leftovers.

Have to give that curry a go.

I wish we had a Hunter cookbook to help with each meal - I guess its something we are working towards though.

The main thing I've noticed which I've heard others mention too is I will eat a little bit and feel full and then no longer feel like eating. like my hunger is satisfied a lot more.




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Quoted from angelighte

I wish we had a Hunter cookbook to help with each meal - I guess its something we are working towards though.



http://www.genotypediet.com

You can use the free week offer. Search this board to find the right link to use or look in the back of the GT book. The site also offers other assistance as well. It is a 'pay' site.

Losing the coffe will help even if you think you 'need' it. Substitute green tea or yerba mate to get some 'kick'.

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lower your high GI food choices and add more compliant protein to your daily menus......good fish and turkey instead of chicken, as well as grass fed beef or other.


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Quoted from Lloyd


fenugreek


Lloyd is this a spice?  I thought it was a vegi?  I can't find this anywhere....
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenugreek

one of the many seeds/spices added to curry.....
it is a potent immune booster, also known to lower blood sugar levels.


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Started off with a big piece of watermelon. I had buckwheat grits with ghee, agave, and flax seed meal and a bit of sea salt for breakfast

Yerbe mate tea

snack....a piece of organic dark chocolate with a small handfull of almonds

lunch....lemon veal with green beans garlic and olive oil

chamomile tea


snack...some dates with fresh walnuts


dinner...basil brown rice with turmeric chick peas and broccoli

piece of pineapple


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Today all I've had is
dates (can't eat too many cos they are totoototo sweet)

Then I bought a packet of cranberries like 250gms + a packet of Pecans also 250gms & have nearly eaten all of both.

(how much is allowed?)

= 2 coffees.

I can't give it up yet.

Green tea makes me feel nauseas and sick.

I have tried yerba mate once and really want to try it again though....


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Quoted from angelighte

Then I bought a packet of cranberries like 250gms + a packet of Pecans also 250gms & have nearly eaten all of both.

(how much is allowed?)



If you are not trying to lose weight you may have more of the diamond foods than the guidelines suggest. It is better not to over indulge on nuts though, that pkg was probably about a weeks worth... that said, I sometimes eat that much as well. There is no suggested upper limit on fruit.
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a handful is about as much as I can personally take.....


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6 am: duck breast, full plate of cooked broccoli, kale, onion with ghee

9 am: pineapple, dates, banana, and a mixture of tahini, flax seeds, hemp seeds, carob and cinnamon

12: beef tenderloin, asparagus, nori sheet with ghee, n. yeast and wakami

4: string beans and ghee, with mustard, escarole salad, crepes made from pumpkin, sweet potatoe flour and egg

7 pm: pear and pumpkin seeds

tea and seltzer through out the day along with water.

I held off putting my typical food list up here because I am such a piggy!!! Not a fat one though...very active.
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Quoted from 1556
6 am: duck breast, full plate of cooked broccoli, kale, onion with ghee

9 am: pineapple, dates, banana, and a mixture of tahini, flax seeds, hemp seeds, carob and cinnamon

12: beef tenderloin, asparagus, nori sheet with ghee, n. yeast and wakami

4: string beans and ghee, with mustard, escarole salad, crepes made from pumpkin, sweet potatoe flour and egg

7 pm: pear and pumpkin seeds

tea and seltzer through out the day along with water.

I held off putting my typical food list up here because I am such a piggy!!! Not a fat one though...very active.


When are you having me over to visit?  
  
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breakfast smoothie-hemp,flax,cacao,carob,spirulina,pineapple,ginger,blueberries,mango
and green tea

lunch...grassfed burger,broccoli,tumeric and onion flavored adzuki beans with marrow broth,Samis bread with ghee

snack...2 pears,2dates and 3 leaves of kale smoothie

dinner...tbls cod liver oil,3chicken thighs,kale,string beans,Samis bread with ghee,4 dates
banana with tahini
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Quoted from Christopher
breakfast

snack...2 pears,2dates and 3 leaves of kale smoothie



Christopher, have you got a receipe for that smoothie?


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this smoothie has evolved over many months.
breakfast varies a little but the basics are
20 oz cold water
2 tbls ground flax
2 tbls hemp protein
3 tbls shelled hemp
2 tbls cacao nibs
2 tbls raw carob
1 tbls spirulina
1 tsp raw honey or agave
dash of cinnamon
slice of ginger
frozen cranberries,blueberries,mango,pineapple
sometimes I soak a handful of raw almonds overnight and use that instead of the hemp.

for my snack smoothie with kale and pears I use 1 cup of water and you need a high power blender for this one like a Vita mix.
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Awesome dude!


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Quoted from 1556
6 am: duck breast, full plate of cooked broccoli, kale, onion with ghee

9 am: pineapple, dates, banana, and a mixture of tahini, flax seeds, hemp seeds, carob and cinnamon

12: beef tenderloin, asparagus, nori sheet with ghee, n. yeast and wakami

4: string beans and ghee, with mustard, escarole salad, crepes made from pumpkin, sweet potatoe flour and egg

7 pm: pear and pumpkin seeds

tea and seltzer through out the day along with water.

I held off putting my typical food list up here because I am such a piggy!!! Not a fat one though...very active.


How more perfect can you get than that? Thats so inspiring.
Do you go to work and manage this also or work from home or have a family?


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