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angelighte
Friday, June 6, 2008, 6:07am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Last night I tried Sardines for the first time in years. It was adriatic sea ones in Spring water - I seasoned it with salt and curry and ate it with curried rice with ghee and it was really nice simple cheap meal and mostly diamond.


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Leanne
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I've noticed that the majority of the hunters who have given their diets eat meat for breakfast.  Love it!  It's not at all unusual for me to eat a hamburger for breakfast, if I'm hungry.  If I'm not hungry then I'll just do Dr. D's protein drink.  I'm nursing and know that I need the nutrition otherwise half the time I'd skip breakfast all together.  
As for what I eat, it's mostly meat, fruit and veggies.  I've noticed over the years being on the BTD that I need very LITTLE carbs.  None would be fine.  Although certain beans are a diamond my body still doesn't take to that kind of thing too well.  The older I get the quicker I gain the pounds and the harder it is to get them off.  Nuts, beans and grains... I'm better off without.  
Now dark chocolate... that's different!  

Leanne!


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angelighte
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So with the Hamburger is that with a bread roll or without the bread roll?
What do you put in the burger?


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funkymuse
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Quoted from Leanne
I've noticed over the years being on the BTD that I need very LITTLE carbs.  None would be fine.  Although certain beans are a diamond my body still doesn't take to that kind of thing too well.  The older I get the quicker I gain the pounds and the harder it is to get them off.  Nuts, beans and grains... I'm better off without.  
Now dark chocolate... that's different!  

Leanne!


not me man.. I've got to have the recommended amounts Dr. D suggests because otherwise my Serotonin levels go down and the big time cravings kick in.  

Today we had Rice Spaghetti (red sauce with carmalized onions and garlic) with buffalo and grass fed beef meatballs for breakfast!  

Lunch was a Kale juice Smoothie with pineapple, pear juice, egg white protein powder, ground flax seed, chia seeds and vegi glycerine; and some homemade fruit ice cream.  (I did not feel like a heavy lunch).  Hubby added two slices of baked leg of lamb to his lunch meal.

Dinner was Beef Round sliced and cooked slowly in olive oil and beef broth until done with the juices thickened with Arrowroot powder and Kale added at the last minute... served 'over' stir fried onions, garlic, sweet potato, turnip, rutabaga, and ghee.  Watermelon for desert.

DELICIOUS!
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angelighte
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mmmm that sounds so yummy funkmouse. it's like you have perfected the hunter cooking - it's awesome.
I can't live without the carbs either.
Last night I tried a delicious fruit salad of chopped pinapple,watermelon dressed with a passionfruit and I put it in the freeser for a bit first - it was sososo yummy.


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well not everyday is so perfect!  ha..

I have allowed for non-perfectionism in my life. (and that's a big one for this old compulsive obsessive manic personality of mine!)

But it's quite nice to let go of the stress.  

As long as I don't let it get out of hand!  One can become lazy instead of really working to take care of one's health if not careful.

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Pre lunch: Watermelon, pear, dates. Teas.
Lunch: Beef w/ mustard greens, seaweed, jalepeno, onion, curry mix.
Dinner: Chicory/escarole salad with tahini/grape dressing, ginger, tarragon, fenugreek sprouts. Lima beans with nutritional yeast and spices, butter. Steak w/ asparagus and eggs.
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Lloyd that sounds great.
I have not been able to find mustard greens except pickled and cant eat them cos they are in vinegar!

Dinner: eye fillet steak marinated in ghee and chilli powder + Broccoli. Over this I drizzled sauteed garlic and jalepeno with the left over steak sauce.
cardamom, fennel & mustard seed(yellow) tea.

Morning: honey and cinnamon tea, green tea, pecans, walnuts, pepitas, dates & almonds. (snacking all morning)

I am with you funkmouse in the compulsive obsessive area and I slip up with this diet most of the time but I get doubly excited and happy when I follow it best I can.


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Quoted from angelighte


I am with you funkmuse in the compulsive obsessive area and I slip up with this diet most of the time but I get doubly excited and happy when I follow it best I can.


I hear ya!
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fried rolled banana with Jackfruit inside


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Hey we should revive this thread!

My meals today:

Pre workout: 1/2L water, 30 mins later Ghee+ 2 Polyflora
Post workout:1/2L water, 8oz grapefruit juice, 1 banana

Bfast:
1/2 grapefruit
1 soft boiled chicken egg
(handful)shredded roast lamb with curry powder, ginger & cilantro
Wakame sauted in ghee
Mustard greens with onions, red chillies & turmeric sauted in ghee & rice bran oil
Cocoa drink with ghee and jaggery
1 cap nitricycle

Mid morn
1/2C Pear + 1/2C Pineapple

Lunch
Canned sardine with chilli powder, turmeric, fenugreek, coriander, cumin, ginger & cilantro.
Chinese broccoli, red capsicum, broccoli, onions sauted in ghee & rice bran oil and turmeric.
Wakame sauted in ghee
1/2C Basmati rice mixed with some gravy from my Nomad hubby's lunch (100% compliant)
And usually a nice cup of green tea, but I'm working some place else today, so had to skip it for lunch But later at home I'll have it

Tea break will be
Crackers made of flaxseed, sesame seed, pumpkin seed, almonds and walnut-2pcs
Home made chocolate- 1 square
4 dates
Again, normally I'll have my second and last cuppa green tea, but...

Pre dinner will be
1 banana
8oz grapefruit juice

Dinner will be
Sweet potato, pumpkin, turnip, black eyed peas spicy stew
Stir fried enoki mushrooms in ghee with red chillies
1/2C basmati rice with ghee
1 cap nitricycle

1.5L water with lemon & sea salt.

1/2hr before retiring
4oz grapefruit juice diluted to 8oz, 2t mag oil and 2 polyflora

Hmm, that's a lot of food aye  ? Lucky to have a Hunter metabolism !







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SheriBerry
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Wow,  Acc_Chef!  

And I thought I was a big eater!  But actually  you have laid out a perfectly balanced day of meals and the portion sizes aren't  so large.. it all makes sense!

I am happy to report I just had my first meal of greens / protein.   I had a can of  turnip/mustard greens mix just in water.... sautéed that in ghee and then  did an egg next to it in the pan.  Seasoned with curry and cumin....   My first compliant  Hunter breakfast!

I decided to ditch the  fruit meals ( even though they were diamond fruits)  and follow the diet as prescribed.... I'm trying!!!
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Leanne
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Well, I stepped on the scales today and I'm down by 2 pounds!  Yeah, yeah, not much but at least it's a start!  Ideally I'd like to loose 10.  
Leanne!


My husband Daniel A+ Teacher, me O+ Hunter, DJ O+ Hunter, Abiail O+ Gatherer, Nathaniel O+ Hunter, Israel A+ Teacher, Esther O+ Gatherer, Levi O+ Hunter.
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Well done on the weight loss Leanne  


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Here's an interesting shake I made for hubby and I for lunch since we were out and about:

1 can organic mango pieces
1/2 can pumpkin
1/2 banana
rice/almond/cashew milk
water
1 tbl tahini
1 tbl nutritional yeast
2 scoops egg white protein powder
1/2 scoop Yammit flakes (sweet potato flakes)
1 tsp green tea powder
2 huge tbl ground flax seeds

Makes two great shakes!

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green tea
egg
turnip greens
mustard greens
ghee
curry
organic ground beef
broccoli rabe
organic unsweetened cocoa
grapefruit
pineapple
watermelon
wild alaskan salmon
artichoke                           yah!   ( and my knee feels GREAT)
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