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funkymuse
Thursday, August 21, 2008, 1:24am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I remember someone posting on the Roasted vegi thread they they generously use olive oil...

can we get too much?  We've been really using olive oil generously on our kale and asparagus when we oven roast it.

Would this stop weight loss at all?

thanks much.
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Thursday, August 21, 2008, 2:10am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hunters should limit oil to between 3 to 9 tablespoons per week (Page 196).


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Quoted from C_Sharp
Hunters should limit oil to between 3 to 9 tablespoons per week (Page 196).


say it aint so!!         I might be in trouble.  does ghee count towards the oil limit?



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where is ghee located in your food lists?
under dairy or fats and oils?


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I eat a lot more oil than recommended. Since I get so hungry, it is a safe fat to help control the appetite. Also, if I am avoiding carbs, I need fat to feel satisfied. Olive oil does the job without adding plaque to my arteries!
I'm staying off mayo so far, so oil added to tuna gives it that creamy feeling--not the same, but something.
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Oil 3-9 tablespoons per week
Ghee as desired.
Ghee and desire, hmmm...

Olive oil is *just* a super beneficial for us Hunters. Diamond options would be a better option for daily use...and opt for Olive oil occassionally...me thinks ...


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Ghee and desire, hmmm ......


   yummmmmmmmmm, gheee.........  



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funkymuse
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Quoted from accidental_chef
Oil 3-9 tablespoons per week

Olive oil is *just* a super beneficial for us Hunters. Diamond options would be a better option for daily use...and opt for Olive oil occassionally...me thinks ...


Well I think I'll go with the 6 - 9 tbls since it is a superfood and has so many benies.. I was just using it liberally and generously on our oven roasted vegies because I read that's what others did and they didn't seem to be measuring!  I hate measuring... BUT I do use it as well in alot of cooking of meats and browning onions, etc.  So I may have to watch it a bit.. BUT 6-9 tbls is actually quite a bit.
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Olive oil is *just* a super beneficial for us Hunters. Diamond options would be a better option for daily use...and opt for Olive oil occassionally...me thinks ...


Depends on your weight...  If the Olive causes gain or the desire is to lose, then stick with the diamond, otherwise - enjoy per the recommended portion/frequency.


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BUT 6-9 tbls is actually quite a bit.


Even if you used 9 T per week, that would be slightly less that 1.5T per day per person, for all your cooking purposes besides ghee which is unlimited.

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Depends on your weight...  If the Olive causes gain or the desire is to lose, then stick with the diamond, otherwise - enjoy per the recommended portion/frequency.


I agree.

For me as a Hunter as far as oils go, the diamonds sit better with me even if I've had more than the allocated amount. When I say *sits better*, it means that there is no delay in digestion and it doesnt feel heavy inside. This is yet another difference I noticed using Secretor beneficial products versus Hunter beneficial products.


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