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SandrAruba
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Well, this morning I was able to stay home due to a Dr.'s appt to see about skin peeling off my hands.  I've been doing a lot of dishes lately, and we have been using orange Ajax.  I got rid of it and replaced it with clear hypoallergenic Dawn.  I'm still concerned.  I'm going to investigate to see if I can find a dish soap from our Co-op.  The doc recommended getting our dish washer fixed.  He also said it might have been something as simple as the orange dye they use in the Ajax.

OK, so since I went carb-crazy yesterday, I decided on only fruit and coffee for breakfast, then flax/spelt crackers and Vital Choice 3.5 oz can of salmon for lunch.  Been sipping on water with lemon.  I have some tofu, greens, garlic, soy sauce, brown rice waiting for me later in my lunch bag, along with some cut up cantaloupe melon.

I spent the morning at home at my desk writing out more definitive diet plans.  I have a M-W-F-Su plan and a Tu-Th-Sa plan.  I'll share these when I get home from work.

Which brings me to this...being on this diet is HARD when you are a person that works.  Lots of pre-planning, pre-cooking, freezing, packing, all that stuff.  And I get ZERO support from my wife.  That's the saddest thing of all.  But, I keep reminding myself to keep at it.  The benefits outweigh all the rest.


Hi Adam, sorry to hear your wife won't support you. I know how that is, I got nothing from my ex (back then my husband) when I started BTD as well. Don't let it discourage you, you are going to feel great once you get the used to everything. Maybe seeing how great you are feeling will turn her around.

Back in 2006 when I started BTD I had a lot of weight to loose and found that more protein and less carbs helped. Once you get the weight loss going you can add some more carbs. Also you can get the protein blend from Dr. D, it helps turning fat into muscle. Try calming exercises (yoga) before going to sleep. A good night sleep will help the weightloss.

What I also noticed it that the breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a beggar principle helps a lot with the weightloss. Try to get your sugar (fruit) in the early part of the day. Don't eat fruit at night because you won't burn off the sugars in it anymore before going to bed.

Also fruit seems to digest faster then other food types so it's wise to eat fruit 20 minutes before you eat anything else. Don't eat it as desert.

For the hands, can you get some natural aloe? If you can you can use it to heal them. The inside of an aloe leaf is a jelly like substance that you can use on dry skin. Also great for sunburned skin.




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Thank you, SandrAruba, for the encouragement, suggestions, and kind words.  
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Spot on Adam!! the benefits outweight any effort we put in now.  It will soon become second nature to us all   ... One thing to point out to you is about the 'sipping lemon water'  whenever I have lemon, whether in water or whatever, immediately I follow with a plain water rinsing of my mouth!!   Something to do wit the lemon acidity combining with food stuff and weakening the teeth coating ...  There are some previous threads floating around or in the archives ... and googling may clarify it too!

You are working this out very well indeed!!  




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For the hands, can you get some natural aloe? If you can you can use it to heal them. The inside of an aloe leaf is a jelly like substance that you can use on dry skin. Also great for sunburned skin.

This is great information, however, I can't use aloe vera, even on my skin as it causes irritation.  
I usually puncture a Vit. E capsule and squeeze the oil out on the hands and gently rub it in...  I haven't ever tried ghee, but it may be another option, since it is so good for the inside..

I started it by myself, and since I am the cook in the family, I did most of my own meals, etc...  My WW did support me, did food shopping and was really good at making sure I didn't get into any corn stuff, though...  I was working and dealing with chronic fatigue, so I think I understand what you are talking about...


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My husband thought the BTD was the stupidest thing he'd ever heard of until he saw how it affected me.  I had so much more energy!  I've never been a high-energy person, but having my body suddenly free of red meat and nightshade vegetables was GREAT!  Within a few months of me feeding him my diet (he's a B, and I was feeding him the worst stuff a B could have), he begged me to cook him some B food just to try it.  He's been a supporter ever since!  And now he thinks it's brilliant.  Not just the way he feels but the science behind it as well.


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sip lemon water using a straw


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This is great information, however, I can't use aloe vera, even on my skin as it causes irritation.  
I usually puncture a Vit. E capsule and squeeze the oil out on the hands and gently rub it in...  I haven't ever tried ghee, but it may be another option, since it is so good for the inside..



Really? That is too bad, because Aloe is really very good for the skin (and sunburn). And of course I mean the natural thing, not from a bottle or anything. If you take the skin off the leaf you are left with a jelly-like substance (very slippery) and I just rub that on any dry spot or eczema I may have. I even saw a man with a severe skin condition get cured with it. It was so bad his hands were so dry that the skin would break and it would get infected. He would put his hands in a disinfectant, let it dry and then rub the aloe on. His hands were completely cured after two weeks.

Maybe the Aloe from Aruba would be better for you? They say it's the best in the world.




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Yogurt - I love this stuff in the evening with my 3rd fruit of the day.  What is the general consensus on frequency?  Can I have this every evening?


Every night I eat yogurt or kefir.. with blackberries, flax meal walnuts and maple syrup.
I don't have any weight to lose.



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Every night I eat yogurt or kefir.. with blackberries, flax meal walnuts and maple syrup.
I don't have any weight to lose.



Well that settles it then, I'm having my yogurt every night.  

I buy Brown Cow yogurt with the cream top.  Oh so yummy...  
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Just now made a big order from Dr. D:

Genoma Skin Care - Restorative Night Crème
Cortiguard
Tranquility Base
Warrior 3 Pack
All GenoTypes Multivitamin (Exakta)
All GenoTypes Multimineral
Polyflora A

I already ordered Live Cell A and the SWAMI, so I think I'm good for a while.  

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This morning's weight:  229

Started off with a nice juicy peach.  Waited about an hour, then had my usual breakfast, one egg, whole wheat toast, ghee, coffee, and supplements.  I have it on my new meal plan to have greens with breakfast, but just didn't have the heart to do it.  Maybe this weekend.  I know I can do it.

Today I have planned:

Snack: Gr. Tea, Tofu, Asian Greens, brown rice  (that's some kinda snack, eh?)

Before Lunch:  Half hour Walk around campus

Lunch:  Basmati Rice & Lentils that I've mentioned before, Asian Greens, Ground flax sprinkled on hot rice

Snack: Black Tea (I have a black peach tea that's awesome), Fruit (probably cut up cantaloupe)

Supper: Tofu, Asian Greens, brown rice.  I have miso, so I may make a soup out of this for something different.

Snack: Yogurt

In the above, where I mention brown rice, this is very little rice, probably 1/4 cup cooked rice.  In the basmati rice for lunch, it is about 2 cups cooked rice.  Yeah I know that's a lot of carbs for the day.  I'll try to tone it down later.  This weekend is my main cooking time, so I'll portion things a bit better.  Bought more glass storage containers to store and reheat my food, so I'm going to get more exact amounts measured for next week.

So, how much cooked rice should I have in a day?  1/4 cup dry is a serving, and that is a little more than 1/2 cup cooked.  I going to try to limit myself to one piece of spelt toast for breakfast, and then 1/2 c. cooked rice for lunch, and 1/2 c. cooked rice for supper.  I'll probably die of starvation on those low amounts of carbs, so I'll up the tofu and greens since I can have all of that that I want.



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OK, I went for a walk and resolved to do one thing:  stop eating wheat.  I know that whole wheat is listed as super for Warriors, but I have this constant burping and belching, and the only thing I can think of that might be causing it is the piece of whole wheat toast I had this morning.  Also, I think the Co-Op might be adding other flours to the mix and fibbing on their ingredients list.  So, from now on I'm going to change up the breakfast.  For a while, I'm going to get my eggs via the standard flaxbread with 5 eggs.  And, I'm going to have tofu, asian greens, and 1/2 cup cooked brown rice.  Andrea would be proud.    

Also, having ordered the full line of Dr. D's supp's, I am fairly sure there are things in those supp's that will help with the burping.  Betaine HCL comes to mind which I believe is in one of his supp's.  

However, I will continue to have spelt in the form of flax/spelt crackers that I make and have with canned salmon from Vital Choice.  A simple recipe made from ground flax, spelt, ghee, and salt.  A recipe my mom (RUTHI on the board here) gave me.  So, for carbs this is it:  flaxseed bread, basmati rice, brown rice, and spelt.  

And, my lunch has changed a bit.  It is:  Basmati Rice & Lentils, Asian Greens, 3.5 oz can of Vital Choice Wild Red salmon with some lemon juice, and flax/spelt crackers.  I forgot the ground flax, so that's out.
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Your body might not be ready to handle wheat yet.  I'd give it a break for a few weeks and then see how it goes.


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My mom who is also on the Warrior GTD said that she started out by eating only diamonds for the first few months to obtain proper weight loss.  I beg to differ on her interpretation of the notion of eating only diamonds.  I feel that even some unlisted foods, e.g., canola oil, is ok.  Here is a summary of what I emailed her.  Can I get some feedback from the knowledgeable folks here, please?  Here goes my interpretation...

I realize canola oil is an unlisted food, however, Dr. D states (straight from the book and I'm quoting him) that "unlisted foods can be used judiciously (2-5 times weekly).  The nutrients in them will benefit you.  Feel free to eat them."  He also states, rightly, "The prime foods for Warrior weight loss are identified by a diamond."  And he states the dots "need only be avoided for a short period of time...after 3-6 months you can reintroduce them back into your diet in modest amounts."  Nowhere does he state that one should go strictly on a diamond-only diet.  Even though they are a "prime food for weight loss", I am losing weight, and I am avoiding all dots.  I am thinking by February next year, I can reintroduce some dots, for example, tahini for some homemade hummus and some macadamia nuts which are delicious.  

My focus right now is not ensuring I eat only diamonds, but a healthy balance of diamonds, superfoods, and a couple of unlists.  Limiting Carbs is my biggest challenge right now.  Vegetable Proteins, Live Foods, and Fruits are the only items that are unlimited.  The rest are in limited amounts.  Some unlists I will naturally avoid altogether.  For example, I won't be touching turkey.  I don't even really care for it.  I don't care for carrots, so those are out.  

My focus right now is PREPARATION.  That is the key for me because I don't stay home all day and I must battle with others for kitchen time.  So, I am prepping all my food on the weekends and freezing it.  This seems to be the only way for me to do it.  I am avoiding all dots like they are the plague.  But, I'm gonna keep a few unlists, at least for a while.  If I find I'm battling with a final 10 pounds to lose, I can go all diamonds for a while, I suppose.  It all depends on if I want the challenge of going from 195 down to 185 or some such thing.  I honestly would be happy with 200 lbs, as I'm 6'1" with a large frame.  

I feel that, for me, to go all diamonds would be insanity and I would be starving all the time.  That may have worked for some, but I really don't think it would work for me.  If anyone is reading a different interpretation of the GTD book, that's ok.  But, I'm losing weight slowly and I feel really great right now.  Lot's of nice walks around campus, stretching beforehand.  Also, doing a bit of stretching and meditating before bedtime.  Life is good.
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do we know your mom?
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found this bar recipe for you.....tweak if needed
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Food Network, and one of my favs Alton Brown

Protein Bars Recipe courtesy Alton Brown, 2005  
Show:  Good Eats
Episode:  Power Trip  
    
4 ounces soy protein powder, approximately 1 cup
2 1/4 ounces oat bran, approximately 1/2 cup
2 3/4 ounces whole-wheat flour, approximately 1/2 cup
3/4-ounce wheat germ, approximately 1/4 cup
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
3 ounces raisins, approximately 1/2 cup
2 1/2 ounces dried cherries, approximately 1/2 cup
3 ounces dried blueberries, approximately 1/2 cup
2 1/2 ounces dried apricots, approximately 1/2 cup
1 (12.3-ounce) package soft silken tofu
1/2 cup unfiltered apple juice
4 ounces dark brown sugar, approximately 1/2 cup packed
2 large whole eggs, beaten
2/3 cup natural peanut butter
Canola oil, for pan

Line the bottom of a 13 by 9-inch glass baking dish with parchment paper and lightly coat with canola oil. Set aside. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

In a large mixing bowl, combine the protein powder, oat bran, wheat flour, wheat germ, and salt. Set aside.

Coarsely chop the raisins, dried cherries, blueberries and apricots and place in a small bowl and set aside.

In a third mixing bowl, whisk the tofu until smooth. Add the apple juice, brown sugar, eggs, and peanut butter, 1 at a time, and whisk to combine after each addition. Add this to the protein powder mixture and stir well to combine. Fold in the dried fruit. Spread evenly in the prepared baking dish and bake in the oven for 35 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 205 degrees F. Remove from the oven and cool completely before cutting into squares. Cut into squares and store in an airtight container for up to a week.

(Just replace your individual avoids when appropriate)


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I don't think she posts much anymore.  But, her username is RUTHI, I think.  I found one of her posts today when searching for Pantethine.  She had wanted it for cardiovascular health at that time.  She is 81 and a real trooper.  I love her to death.  She is the real inspiration behind my being on the GTD.  She ran a health food store in the 70's.  She was doing handstands in her living room in her late 60's after doing the ER4YT diet.

Now, this Burdock Root tea I'm drinking is awesome.  It's one of the Skin Protocols I'm using to help clear up my "dish pan hands".
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Great work Adam, do not get too caught up with the portion sizes to start with, the main thing at the early stages is variation, get to know your goodies from the badies, know what to gravitate to and what to remove from our plates ... and try to keep proportions,  if we are willing to increase the carbs, then I should increase live foods and or proteins ...  keep hydrated (that is water drinking, no counting teas or coffees) and moving ...  for what I am reading here, you have it all well covered  


Just in case you are not aware of it.  The hydration formula discussed in previous threads in these forums is: half your weight in pounds, taken into oz, that is if you weight 229 pounds, you should be drinking 114.5 fluid oz.  If you exercise or have fever, the amount should be increased accordingly ...

So nice to see you honoring your mum and following her path this way, blessings to you both!!!  I bet You make your mum very proud!!  




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My mom is very proud of me when I've got my act together.    She sent me a nice reply of encouragement this morning after practically beating her over the head with all my GTD email ramblings.  

I guess my adamant fervor in defense of canola oil just proves Dr. D's philosophy of "individualized" medicine.  It is my own individual choice to use it and I'm losing weight despite its use.  So...with no further ado...egg roll please...um...I mean drum roll please...

This morning's weight:  228

So that's 2 pounds lost since starting this thread.  This has always been the case with me on vegetarian-style diets.  The weight always falls off of me.  

This morning's breakfast:  started with a whole grapefruit squeezed and then drank that, 1 egg w/ ghee, the dreaded toast w/ ghee,    my wonderful french pressed coffee (yum!), and my round of supp's.  I received Dr. D's Live Cell A yesterday, so I finally have all 9 supp's for Warriors listed on pg. 266.  One thing I did notice while reading the supp labels last night...my B6 is Pyridoxine Hydrochloride and not Pyridoxal Phosphate.  I wonder if I'm taking an inferior B6?

So along with salmon oil, I'm taking 11 pills with breakfast.  That sure is a lot of pills to swallow.

I only had a few belches after breakfast, I think maybe I'm eating too fast?     But, dang, I'm hungry in the morning.

Today is Asian Greens day, where the market owner drives up to Chicago on Friday, stays with family, and drives down Sat morning with a refrigerated truck stuffed with greens from Chinatown.  Without this little market in Carbondale, I'm not sure I'd be able to do this diet.  I HATE SALADS.    These greens with tofu, some light soy sauce, and garlic is just the bees knees.  I am really loading up on the greens today.  I have a pickup truck, maybe I should fill the truck bed with greens?     I'm awfully tempted.
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But, dang, I'm hungry in the morning.



Ravenous Warriors.. this will get better over time.

Warriors have delicate arteries so inspite of the fact that the canola oil is unlisted, for the health of your arteries  it would be best to stick with SB or diamonds, oils.

Weight loss is one thing but resetting your genes is what we are really after. In the end you will see that that was the goal all along

You will not always be a  47..



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Thanks, Andrea, for the extra kick in the pants that I need.    I am going to still deep fry my tofu breaded with brown rice flour, however, I am going to use Almond Oil.  It is practically flavorless, and I love my deep fried tofu!  There is nothing quite like deep fried tofu dipped in soy sauce with a little minced garlic in the sauce. Yummy!  I just can't take plain old tofu fried in a pan with a little ghee or olive oil.  Yuck!  Maybe over time, but not at the moment.  I'm just too dang finicky.  I will do this...I'll try it stir fried in a little almond oil and see how it goes.  I just don't think I'd like the flavor of ghee or olive oil mixed with the Asian type of thing I'm doing.  Tofu, Asian greens, garlic, soy sauce, and then ghee or olive oil?  Egads!  
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I may purchase a couple of gallons (so I can get free shipping) of these 1 gallon jugs of Almond Oil:

http://www.ediblenature.com/st.....on.html?feed=froogle

Does this sound ok for resetting my genes?  

If I keep this diet going, I may have to reset my jeans.  
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