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Naturegyrll
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Hi all,
I am the newest of newbies for both the GTD and the boards.  So please be patient with me as I have lots to learn

I am trying to wrap my mind around the Nomad diet (SWAMI is on order).  I am particularly troubled when it comes to Proteins found in supplement bars.  I can see that Whey protein is an Avoid as are most Soy products.  Are there alternatives to energy type protein bars that you may recommend for Nomads?

Thanks in advance!


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I'd make my own energy bars from nuts - vegetable proteins list - and dried fruits (galore   ). Nomads have a rich yummi selection (pp 274, 279 in The GenoType Diet book).

Here is an example recipe from the Recipe Center in Online Support above:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?68


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nutrient dense foods for nomads:

unibars, marmite, nuts, nut butters, salmon, eggs, cheese, lamb, rabbit, turkey,   hemp seed oil, nutritional yeast

Caloric dense: dates, figs, prunes, raisins, cherry juice


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homemade nutbars ( grind up different nuts and dry fruit, coconut oil, add protein powder - maybe a little fruit juice- mix well and cut in bars and dry until firm.


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Hmm, I hadn’t considered making my own, but that’s doable.  You mentioned protein powder, what kind do you recommend?

I really want to pack the protein in as much as possible.

Thanks for the replies!


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I see that Dr. D's protein powder for O does not contain Whey or Soy.

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=BT010O

I guess it is all right also for Nomads.


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Thanks!  I’ll check that out.  I’m a novice at navigating the website too.  HA!


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Since SWAMI is on order, you may want to wait and see how whey and soy products are rated in it.


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Quoted from C_Sharp
Since SWAMI is on order, you may want to wait and see how whey and soy products are rated in it.


Good idea
Whey is fine for me on swami.

but I prefer real foods instead of bars and powders.



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OK, I’m a bit gung ho here.  I did the same thing of buying a bunch of Almond Milk only to find out it is an Avoid and returning them the same day for Rice Milk.

Normally, I don’t eat much in the way of powders or bars.  I also prefer to simply eat clean.  However, when I’m out and about and miss a meal, etc., the Bars are important to keep me from desperate measures.  Further, if my protein is lacking, I may want to ramp up some recipes.  So I like to have them available JIC.


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Naturegyrll, time to congratulate you on joining the board, welcome!  

You may like to check on Dr. D's unibars:
http://www.4yourtype.com/departments.asp?dept=5


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I keep a baggie of trail mix in my purse, containing compliant nuts and dried fruits, rather than any kind of "bar" when I'm out and about and forgot to eat enough before heading out (or I was unavoidably delayed and ended up being out at mealtime.)


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This saves so much time!


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The thing about a bag of nuts is portion control for me.  I really need to watch the volume and I don’t think nuts and dried fruit will fill me up.  In the past the whey protein has done a decent job.  But since it is an avoid, a similar substitute would be what I’m looking for.  I would keep a boiled egg in my purse if I thought it wouldn’t put me through a cleanse .


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Wow, thanks for the link (I really have to get up to speed on the navigation around here )  At first I thought I was supposed to avoid “smoked meat” but Jerky isn’t really smoked and other than the Cayenne (easily substituted), everything else is good on the list.  

<---so much to learn!

Thanks for everyone’s patience.


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