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EquiPro
Thursday, July 21, 2011, 3:45pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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About 1/3 to 1/2 cup of refried beans is the portion that seems to work best for me.


FRESH START TODAY!!!
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StarPine
Thursday, July 21, 2011, 6:29pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thanks EquiPro and Mother for your posts on this subject!
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In the ER book he says "a few highly beneficial beans are exceptions. They actually promote and strengthen the digestive tract and promote healing of ulcerations. Eat in moderation as an occasional side dish".  Type O's can find a good source of supplemental protein in nuts and seeds. However they should not take the place of high-protein meats" I think that's the story I'll stick to. lol
Also, in LR he says "type O's can do well on many proteins found in beans and legumes"
"nuts and seeds are a secondary source of protein for type O. Walnuts are excellent detoxifiers"


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Ok guys, so I tried sliced turkey with adzuki beans on top of raw salad greens.

Killed my energy! I had to lay down! Not a good energy combo for me nor did it keep me satisfied. I was craving sweets all day.

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Usually I take roast beef and Romaine lettuce for lunch.  If I run out of roast beef, I'll replace the roast beef with half a can of adzuki beans, a tablespoon of milled flax seed, 2 oz low fat mozzarella cheese (diced) and olive oil.

Sooks, I'm guessing that you could've used a bit more fat with that meal.  Or more likely the turkey was processed with dextrose or some other sweet brine solution.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Does anyone know if the small white bean called 'Le petit Brezin' is a white haricot bean? and if Explorers can eat it. I am in france and trying to sort out my bean types!

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I am an explorer and both my hubby and son are hunters so once a week or every 10 days we have pinto beans with mince beef steak, its delicous and covers both our needs......pintos are reintroduction for the hunter but diamond for me and the beef is diamond for the hunters but neutral for me. we have a salad or Kale with it or when our son is home we do rice for him. This is a super easy meal that is satisifying for all the family. I as an explorer do not need the amount of meat as the hunter does so always cook a bit extra and eat it a second night while the hunters have steaks or chicken, chicken is avoid for explorers but diamond for hunters. I would do a parsnip or carrot and sweet potato mash with seaweed
the second night So at least there are 2 days that are easy for the family. Both my husband and I do not eat carbs/cereal with our main meal/meat but our son seems to need it but not every night!
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Quoted from Couann
Does anyone know if the small white bean called 'Le petit Brezin'


I would consider it a Navy bean (Which is a haricot bean that is white) but you should not consider my answer to be definitive.  




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Thanks.....thats what my hubby thought!
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